Errata for Brass Triumphant (Gareth Wood)

Note: Quavers = 8ths; Semiquavers = 16ths; Crotchets = quarters.

Movement 1
 Bars 7 & 8 – soprano cornet, baritones & euphonium – add tenuto to dotted quavers (as per other instruments).
 Bar 20 – repiano cornet – missing semiquaver middle C at end of bar (as solo cornet I & II).
 Bar 44 – 1st Trombone – add crotchet F (5th line) to beat 4 (as euphonium).
 Bar 55 – 1st Baritone – change last 3 quaver Cs to Es (4th space).
 Bar 56 – 1st Baritone – change Cs to Es (4th space).
Movement 2
 Bars 15 & 16 – accents should mirror those of trombones. i.e. 1st, 4th, 7th & 10th semiquavers.
 Bar 30 – 2nd trombone – accent on A quaver (2nd quaver of beat 3).
 Bar 37 – solo cornets & 1st baritone – accent beat 4 quaver (as euphonium).
 Bar 37 – solo horn – accent beat 3 & 4 quavers (as euphonium).
 Bar 38 – 1st horn, 2nd trombone & bass trombone – accent 3rd beat (as other lines).
 Bar 51 & 52 – repiano cornet, 2nd & 3rd cornets, baritones, euphonium & Bb bass – 4th semiquaver, 3rd beat – change to D natural.
 Bar 51 & 52 – horns – 4th semiquaver, 3rd beat – change to A natural.
 Bar 57 – 2nd horn – 2nd minim should be E# (1st line), not F#.
 Bar 67 – soprano cornet – open.
 Bar 69 – soprano cornet – 4th beat crotchet add tenuto.
 Bar 79 – final quaver should be articulated by all (except trombones who are tied over).
Movement 3
 Bar 70 – 2nd & 3rd cornets – remove ‘mute out’ marking (not muted in the first place).
 Bar 78 – euphonium – 4th semiquaver beat 3 – change to D (4th line).
 Bar 85 – 2nd baritone – add ‘pp’.
 Bars 86 to 89 – bass trombone remove accents.
Movement 4
 Bar 41 – bass trombone – 3rd beat quaver, change C to D nat (3rd line).
 Bar 49 – soprano cornet & solo horn – second note (A), should be a quaver later (so that it matches the quaver rhythm in the other instruments).
 Bar 57 – Eb bass – slur over semiquavers (as bar 59).
 Bar 61 & 62 – change Gs to F nats (4th line).
 Bar 80 – 2nd trombone – change last quaver from F to E nat (1st line).
 Bar 88 – solo horn – F# first quaver of bar.
 Bar 99 – euphonium – change 1st quaver of bar from E to F nat (1st space).
 Bar 108 – euphonium – change 1st quaver of bar from F to E nat (4th space).
 Bar 156 – 2nd trombone – change 1st quaver of bar from D to E nat (4th space).

Triangle Brass Band Season Opener


Fall is here, and Triangle Brass is back for another fun-filled season!! Please come join us often – we have a spectacular year in store for you!!

Under the guidance of Artistic Director Tony Granados, program content this season varies in style, scope, and sound, and all share one very important element: your Triangle Brass Band, the thirty-six men and women who represent the apex of excellence in live brass music.

This year marks the 28th anniversary of the Triangle Brass Band, an all-volunteer body widely regarded as one of the best British-style brass bands in the Southeast. Throughout the 2014/15 season, our musicians will take solo turns that showcase their artistry. More information on this and other Triangle brass concerts is available at

submitted by Cary Jones


Humboldt Bay Brass Band Tenth Anniversary Concert

Sat. Nov. 15 … 8pm, Fulkerson Recital Hall, HSU campus

“Sail Away en masse, with Humboldt Bay Brass” – – in HBBB’s only appearance for the 2014-15 academic year. It’s been ten years now for our highly successful project in exploring brass music from many lands and many centuries – – all in the format of the excellent bands of Great Britain, with a cornucopia of so many compositions and arrangements, augmented by HBBB’s own staff.

This concert features three works performed on our first concert in 2004, beginning with “Prelude” by Gregson; then incorporates a marine / waterways theme, via “British Sea Songs” by Langford, and the beautiful “Moon River” by Henry Mancini. This 10th Anniversary, we add the reflective “Shenandoah” by our own Matt Morgan, and the new tour de force from across the pond, “Gaelforce” by Graham.

HBBB recognizes Veterans Day via the powerful “Images” by Bulla, referencing the World War II battle at Iwo Jima. Once again we’ll use an historic bugle from the Cline Collection for the playing of Taps, then conclude with music of all FIVE branches of the US military.

++ We hope you can join the 25 brass players and 4 percussionists of HBBB for what is shaping up to be an outstanding concert ! ++

Submitted by Dr. Gilbert Cline


Dr. Gilbert Cline