This quirky impromptu for brass sextet, by English composer Steven Ponsford, was the result of an improvisation at the piano experimenting with various cross rhythms over a 6/8 signature. Implementing various jazz features such as double fourths and minor 9th chords, it will be an entertaining concert item for both listener and player alike.
The flexible instrumentation means the work can be performed by a variety of different ensembles.
- Part 1 – Cornet/Trumpet (includes parts in Bb & C)
- Part 2 – Cornet/Trumpet (includes parts in Bb & C)
- Part 3 – Horn (includes parts in Eb & F)
- Part 4 – Baritone/Trombone (includes Bb treble & bass clef parts)
- Part 5 – Euphonium (includes Bb treble & bass clef parts)
- Part 6 – Tuba (includes Eb & Bb and treble & bass clef parts)