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Brass Band Aid Series (7)A collection of compositions by prominent composers, specially written and dedicated to the charitable work of Brass Band Aid, which has focussed on educational projects in Africa.
From the film ‘1941’. Being true to the original, this march makes for an enthralling concert opener.
A thoughtful, bluesy, majestic piece. Originally written for piano, it has been efffectively rescored for brass band and, with good key players, makes for a playable piece by any band.
A sure concert-pleaser with this arrangement of the up tempo theme tune from the stage show and film.
A Little Lucerne Song£25.00
A lovely new arrangement of this well known Scandinavian melody, featuring the Baritones, Euphoniums and Basses (with a little visit from Soprano too!). A great feature for the lower brass sections. (Also available for Brass Quintet.)
A Manchester Tale£35.00
‘A Manchester Tale’ depicts life in the City of Manchester in the years surrounding the Second World War and the effect these years had on the citizens of Manchester. Towards the end of the piece there is an optional part for a wartime siren which announces the start of an air raid attack.
A Million Love Songs£30.00
Made famous by the boy band ‘Take That’, this fantastic new angle on the song from Lucy Pankhurst, creatively features the flugel and tenor horn section with full support from the accompanying band.
A Rachmaninoff Prelude£30.00
Spectacular and romantic.
A Suffolk Prelude£35.00
Written for the Ipswich & Norwich Co-Op Band, A Suffolk Prelude is based around five traditional tunes from Suffolk:
- ‘Nutting Time’,
- ‘Blackberry Fold’,
- ‘Cupid’s Garden’,
- ‘A Seaman’s Life’
- ‘The Bold Richard’
(See the full description below for more detailed information about each melody)
Offering variety of styles and a mini-concert all rolled in to one piece.
A cornet solo with a new twist on the tango and flamenco styles. Written in response to an open request from Jim Heyes for new solos for him to perform. Abrazo is now featured on his solo CD Dial M for Midnight.
Part of the Brass Band Aid series. A series of music donated to the Brass Band Aid charity by some of the greatest brass band writers. As s of these titles, we are delighted to help music make a difference!
Part of the Flexi-Collection World Tour Series.
This piece embraces the sounds and imagery of a tribal group out singing on a remote hill top – individuals sing out a 2 bar phrase and the remainder of their group sing a response. African Dawn brings this vision to life by giving the opportunity for the musicians playing the original “Chant” or “Call” to be positioned as soloists, or just stand up within the main group. There is also the chance for lots of percussion spread throughout the band and divided into groups, or even groups of people clapping the separate rhythms to bring forth the African atmosphere.
Part of the Brass Band Aid series. A series of music donated to the Brass Band Aid charity by some of the greatest brass band writers. As publishers of these titles, we are delighted to help music make a difference!
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