By: W. A. Mozart
Arranged by: Jeffrey Edom
Percussion by: Brian Aguilar
Time:  1:30
Grade:  4
Price:  $70.00

Dies Irae from Mozart’s Requiem in D Minor, K. 626 is the subject of this powerful arrangement by Jeffrey Edom. Inspired by the text Quantus tremor est futurus (“Great is the coming tremor”, in reference to the Last Judgment), the original piece opens with a show of complete orchestral and choral might.

Jeffrey Edom captures this in an electric arrangement that will wow the audience from the first notes of the piece. This piece is ideal as an opener, but very functional anywhere you want to use it in your show.

Dies Irae MP3       Dies Irae Score Sample

Instrumentation:

Flute
Clarinet 1, 2
Alto Sax 1, 2
Tenor Sax
Bari Sax
Mellophone
Trumpet 1, 2, 3
Trombone 1, 2
Baritone BC
Tuba

Bells
Xylo
Vibes
Marimba
Synth
Percussion 1, 2
Snares
Tenors
Bass Drums (5)
Cymbals

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