Bring me Sunshine – brass band arrangement
At the bottom of this page you will find the parts for the Brass Band arrangement of Bring me Sunshine.
Some handy instructions:
There are melody, harmony and bass parts in different keys and in either treble or bass clef. It is up to each musician to decide which part they want to play.
Here’s how to find the part that’s right for you:
- Decide if you want to play the melody, a harmony or the bass part
- Look for the part that is in the same key as your instrument
- Look for the part that is in the clef you read
For example, if you play Bb clarinet and want to play a harmony part, you would choose the part “BringMeSunshine-Bb_Harmony_TrebleClef”
If you play trombone and want to play the melody, you would choose the part “BringMeSunshine-C_Melody_BassClef”
There are also parts for snare drum, bass drum and percussion.
New Orleans Jamboree – London event
New Orleans Second Line bands will parade through the streets of London on the way to the Make Music Day flagship event at The Scoop, London Bridge. If you’d like to join the party, come and take part in the culmination of the parade with a massed performance of the Make Music Day anthem – Bring me Sunshine led by Andy Grappy. This will be followed by a jam session at Potters Field Park which you can either participate in (further details to follow) or just watch and enjoy.
- Date/time – 21 June. Arrive by 7.00pm; the performance is expected to start at around 7.30pm.
- Location – The Scoop
- Instruments needed – any brass or woodwind
- Music – you can download sheet music above. Feel free to learn any part and join in when you can. This is intended to be a joyous celebration of music and the summer; polished performances are not necessary!
- What you need to bring – bring your instrument and a copy of the music and music stand (and pegs!) unless you’ve memorised your part (recommended).
- Sign-up here to register and be kept in the loop about the event.
Brass Band parts
If you have any questions, please contact us.