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The Witches’ Sabbath£35.00
An effective arrangement of the exciting finale from Berlioz’s greatest masterpiece ‘Symphonie Fantastique’.
There and Back£30.00
A fast-paced and lyrical piece. Lasting just over 2 minutes, it’s a piece which can work well across a concert programme – giving flourish as an opener and equally effective if placed between longer content. Composed by Martyn Brabbins earlier in his auspicious career, which was heavily involved with the brass band movement. A sister-work to his other recent brass band release Here and There.
Listen to digital sampler (MP3):
Three Pieces from Czechoslovakia£30.00
From Janacek’s “Glagolitic Mass”. Complete set includes ‘Introduction’, ‘Organ Solo’ and ‘Intrada’.
Toreador’s March from Carmen£15.00
This Bizet favourite is brought to life for the younger generation of brass players by Andrew Duncan. As part of the Flexi-Collection Popular Classics Series, Andrew has ensured that his thoughtful scoring enables groups of all abilities to 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. The Popular Classics Series encapsulates all that is great about the wonderful range of musical styles produced by Holst, Elgar, Handel, Verdi, Tchaikovsky, Grieg, Bizet and Parry.
Variations on a Russian folk tune.
A striking opening number for either half of your concert, and an ideal massed bands item.
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
Composed by Steve Robson and scored specifically for our Flexi-Collection World Tour Series. Steve has been inspired by fond memories of hearing Alpine Bands and seeing knee slapping dancers performing in 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! Each part includes a rudimentary theory reference sheet and Learn Together Moments for group warm-ups; the score also includes background information and Check It Out ideas to encourage the players to find out more.
A fascinating and boundary breaking upbeat composition from Lucy Pankhurst. Creative use of playing effects and opportunities for players to explore their own musicality with plenty of optional improvisation moments (written solos passages also included for the less confident!). Fabulous sound scoring, all embraced by funky rhythms that get the heart beating!
Listen In (performance sound sample with thanks to Ensemble de Cuivres Valaisan):
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”.
Wings and Wheels£25.00
An up tempo concert march with interesting influences to match its title.
This highly acclaimed concert piece, originally written for the Leyland Band, has a strong rhythmic element, a great opportunity for the percussion team to shine and all combined, makes for an energetic, non-stop, fast-paced toe-tapping experience for all to enjoy!
Listen In (performance courtesy of Oslofjord Brass):
With You I’m Born Again£30.00
Duet for Euphoniums and band.
World Tour Series – Complete Album£120.00
Composed by Steve Robson, the Flexi-Collection World Tour Series Complete Album includes all 8 titles from the series in one album, at a money-saving price! With a 25% saving against the total price of purchasing the titles individually, the World Tour Series Album is a great way to create varied, versatile and flexible repertoire for your junior/youth band or brass ensemble in one album. Each part includes a rudimentary theory reference sheet and Learn Together Moments for group warm-ups; the score also includes background information and Check It Out ideas to encourage the players to find out more.
A Christmas Special! An extremely fun take on some of the Christmas favourites – full of surprises for band and audience!
You’ve Been Tango’d – Buenos Aires£20.00
Composed by Steve Robson and scored specifically for our Flexi-Collection World Tour Series, this piece brings the intensity and distinctive style of the Tango dance into the band context. This piece is an ideal number to bring an up beat change to a programme and also offers plenty of opportunities to incorporate a little choreography and even costumes! Each part includes a rudimentary theory reference sheet and Learn Together Moments for group warm-ups; the score also includes background information and Check It Out ideas to encourage the players to find out more.
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