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Figaro Tunes

Clarion's Jolly Wassail Tour takes us to The Cathedral of St. John on Monday 22 December and The Salvation Army Kroc Center on Tuesday 23 December. Tickets for the concert on Monday the 22nd are available through TicketsWest and tickets for Tuesday the 23rd are available through the Kroc Center website. Click on these links to purchase St. John tickets or Kroc Center tickets. This is what Christmas sounds like.

This is the place to find the unique compositions and arrangements of William Berry.

All of the music in this catalog has been written for and performed by professional instrumentalists and singers in front of appreciative audiences.

You will find a wide variety of music for all kinds of ensembles: orchestra, strings, brass, band, mixed choir, treble chorus, and other combinations, with many sound clips by the Clarion Brass Choir, String Jam - the electric orchestra, and others.

All of the music is published by Figaro & Co., LLC. Scores are spiral bound, sheet music is clean and readable, printed with the industry standard software for "engraved" quality, and the parts as mistake free as anything out there, since the music has all been performed by professionals.

We hope you will enjoy performing the music in this catalog, and know your audiences will love it.

Dr. Christmas Loves Clarion Brass' Reindeer Games!

And compares Clarion favorably with the world-renowned Canadian Brass!

Here is Dr. Christmas' review of new brass music for 2013:

Some of the most innovative arrangements of Christmas tunes come from brass ensembles, and the Canadian Brass offers a sleighful of examples on “Christmas Time Is Here.” The theme is animated holiday specials, particularly one about that kid whose initials are also CB. The first Christmas recording from this outfit appeared about 40 years ago, and they continue to set the bar for brass sound. If anything, “Reindeer Games” from the much bigger Clarion Brass Choir is even more interesting, largely due to the imagination of founder/arranger/trumpet gang member William Berry. He describes what they do as “Clarionizing” tunes we all know and love, and it is simply one grin after another for listeners.

Here is the link to the Dr. Christmas website: