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True to its name, this superb new concert band work develops the antiphonal (answering) style of early music, but with a more contemporary approach offering a popular yet challenging work.
Level: Grade III. (Also available for Brass Band or Combined BB/WB)
Folk Dance and Carol£55.00
This music aims to capture the feeling of a Village celebration. (Also available for brass band).
Inspired by Viking mythology, where it is said that following a battle the bravest souls of the slain would be divided between two Gods, Odin and Freyja. Freyja was the Goddess of Love and War and before going into battle many Viking warriors would pray that they would die bravely so that Freyja would take their soul to join her personal army made up of the souls of the bravest of men.
A five movement gospel styled work which features soloists across the band. Great either as a complete piece or as individual movements to feature certain sections. (Also available for brass band).
A fun piece and great for adding a lighter moment to your concert programme. (Also available for Brass Band).
Procession of the Regal Scepter£55.00
“Procession of the Regal Scepter,” captures the regal splendor and majestic grandeur of processions, inaugurations, coronations and other stately ceremonies past and present, here and abroad.
Level: Grade II. (Also available for Brass Band or Combined BB/WB).
The Declaration of Arbroath£55.00
Scored for Concert Band with optional parts for Highland Bagpipes and Narrator. The piece celebrates the internationally renowned Declaration of Arbroath and through the Narrator, provides an insightful and emotive performance which offers educational reference for the audience regarding this significant mark in Scotland’s history.
The Water of Tyne£40.00
The classic traditional melody is brought to life for wind band by the musical skill of renowned composer, arranger and conductor, Philip Harper. A beautifully crafted scoring of this equally beautiful favourite. (Also available for Brass Band).
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.
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