Composed by Steve Robson specifically for the Flexi-Collection World Tour Series. This piece is a tribute to the children still affected by the 1986 Chernobyl Nuclear disaster. Chernigov is an area, originally part of the USSR, now Ukraine, originally inhabited by Cossack tribes. This piece is a “Cossack Dance”, which starts slowly in a minor key, and then shifts to the tonic major for a lively dance.
The Children of Chernigov is part of the Flexi-Collection World Tour Series.
Look and Listen (courtesy of Ushaw’s Youth Brass Concert – World Tour 2019):
Our Flexi-Collection Series:
Flexible scoring tailored to your needs – a perfect solution for expanding the repertoire of Junior/Youth brass bands and ensembles. The Flexi-Collection currently offers two series and these will be regularly expanded to offer groups an even wider variation of music. Based on four-part harmony, these collections provide brass groups with the advantage of complete flexibility when may not be balanced.
Each part of The World Tour Series also includes rudimentary theory reference sheet and Learn Together Moments (warm-up passages which relate to each of the styles of pieces included in the whole series). The score also includes background/programme notes and Check It Out ideas to encourage the players to find out more about the music style and/or inspiration behind the piece.
If players or instruments are missing, the show can still go on! The thoughtful scoring and arranging by Steve Robson now means that groups of all abilities have access to a truly flexible set of music for their needs. Available for Brass Band (with world parts included), pieces included in our World Tour Series offer flexibility in every sense of the word.
(Available individually or as part of the complete Flexi-Collection World Tour Series Album).