Originally one of three pieces for solo organ (Trois Pièces pour Grand Orgue) by Théodore Dubois, the majestic Hosannah has been arranged for organ and two trumpets by WLP composer/arranger Richard Siegel. The piece contrasts stately, chordal sections with more florid (but never complicated) passages, all being brought to a regal conclusion. The trumpet writing is accessible, and capable high school or other intermediate-level players will be able to perform this piece. Optional parts for timpani and cymbal are included, which will add an extra level of brilliance to this fine transcription. It is suitable for any festive celebration. As a prelude on Palm Sunday, this piece would provide a noble opening to Holy Week. As an Easter Vigil or Easter Sunday postlude, it would be a sonic reminder of Christ’s triumphant entry into Jerusalem, leading to his triumphant victory over the tomb.