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The Witches’ Sabbath£35.00
An effective arrangement of the exciting finale from Berlioz’s greatest masterpiece ‘Symphonie Fantastique’.
Three Pieces from Czechoslovakia£30.00
From Janacek’s “Glagolitic Mass”. Complete set includes ‘Introduction’, ‘Organ Solo’ and ‘Intrada’.
Toreodor’s March from Carmen£15.00
Part of the Flexi-Collection – Popular Classics Series which encapsulates all that is great about the wonderful range of musical styles produced by Holst, Elgar, Handel, Verdi, Tchaikovsky, Grieg, Bizet and Parry.
The thoughtful scoring and arranging by Andrew Duncan now means that groups of all abilities have access to a truly flexible set of music for their needs. With world parts, rudimentary theory, terminology translations and large format typesetting, The Flexi-Collection ticks all the boxes when it comes to bringing interesting music to the training and junior band/brass group environment.
Two Giants and Ten Thousand Stones£75.00
A descriptive work by Scottish composer Andrew Duncan telling the dramatic story of the legendary stone throwing fight between Finn McCool and Finn Gael which formed the spectacular basalt columns of the Giants Causway in Ireland and Fingals Cave in Scotland.
Variations on a Russian folk tune.
A striking opening number for either half of your concert, and an ideal massed bands item.
Two miniatures for Bb Cornet with piano accompaniment.
A refreshing work which incorporates three key Welsh folk tunes, creating perfect concert work with varied moods and styles. Commissioned by The Charles Church Camberley Band as a gift to mark the 90th Birthday of their previous conductor, Gerallt Hughes.
Proven very popular with performances from Grimethorpe Colliery Band and Brighouse & Rastrick Band.
What’s The Matter Horn?£20.00
The composer has been inspired by fond memories of hearing Alpine Bands and seeing knee slapping dancers performing Switzerland for this piece.It starts with some off-stage calls (which could even be from an Alpine Horn if one is available), and moves into a lively dance section, ending with a little yodeling! There are various ways to convey the yodeling through instruments, but a bit of vocal yodel practice could be a novel new addition to the band’s warm-up routine!
Another great upbeat composition from Lucy Pankhurst – great sounds and somee funky rhythms!
Will You Love Me Tomorrow£30.00
This haunting song from the early 1960’s, sung by The Shirrelles, (better remembered as “Will you still love me tomorrow”), has been creatively scored as a feature for tenor horns and baritones. But the arranger assures that “there is still plenty to do for the rest of the band”.
Windlesham Warriors, a four movement suite, was written for the West Sussex Junior Band Day, and so lends itself well to be playable for youth bands and lower section bands alike. A parallel Concert Band version has also been carefully scored, enabling a joint performance between a brass band and concert band to take place seamlessly.
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