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    Colditz March

    A skilful arrangement of Robert Farnon’s stirring concert march, Colditz, originally written in 1972 as the theme for the BBC TV series, “Colditz”.

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    Concerto for Trombone - Andrew Duncan

    Trombone solo with brass band accompaniment.Written for and first performed by Trombone Virtuoso Andrew Berryman, this concerto is a true showcase for Trombone. There are three movements. Allegro, Lullaby and Rondo. The outer movements demonstrate the technical skill of the soloist, while the slow movement displays the beautiful lyrical style of the Trombone.Concerto for Trombone has been recorded by; Andrew Berryman (English Landscapes), Brett Baker (Bakers Dozen) and Jacques Mauger (Reflections of Freedom.Difficulty Guide: Concerto for Trombone is suitable for advanced Trombone players. Available with either Brass Band or Piano accompaniment.

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    Cowboy Carol - Tim Paton

    Note from arranger, Tim Paton:When I first thought about arranging this well known carol, it was going to be for band and choir. I did however change my mind – every band part has a ‘songsheet’ attached to it. Between 10 & 14 of the band members are directed to the songsheet, (every member of the band is also a vocalist at some point in the proceedings)! before the full band plays a final verse and chorus of this fabulous Cecil Broadhurst song as a big ending. Of course, it is still possible to perform it with a choir as well/instead, or even a soloist. (If you wish, the scoring means that this would also be an effective part of your programme without any vocals).Robert Childs commented:“Tim Paton has produced a very interesting and flexible arrangement”

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    Cranborne Chase - Philip Harper

    Cranborne Chase was commissioned by the Charles Church Camberley Band in 2011 in memory of solo horn player and life-long member Libby Godden.Libby joined the band in 1966 which marked the start of a long association, during which she progressed to the solo horn position, recruited four family members to play with the band, and had spells on the committee as publicity officer and chairman. Most recently she led the Training Ensemble in her role as Assistant Bandmaster. Libby continued to be active with the band despite a diagnosis of cancer, which finally claimed her life in February 2011.Programme notes from the composer, Philip Harper:The Music: As well as invoking the joyous spirit befitting Libby’s approach to life, there are several musical ideas woven into the score. After a brief introduction, the main theme uses the musical letters of Libby’s surname: G, O(A), D, D, E, N(G), whilst the harmonic progression here is based on that of the slow movement of Edward Gregson’s Partita for Brass Band, one of Libby’s favourite passages of music.To further imbue the piece with Libby’s persona, the lyrical theme is first introduced as a traditional brass band quartet (two cornets, horn and euphonium), one of her favourite musical genres.After the first rehearsal of the piece the band members, with the composer’s blessing, decided on the name Cranborne Chase, which is the name of a place in Dorset with which Libby Godden had a great affinity.Raising Funds for Cancer Research UK. The Music Company (UK) Ltd has been involved in charitable work for many years through its Brass Band Aid series of music and continuing support of UGive2Uganda. Through publishing Cranborne Chase, The Music Company is extending its charitable support by helping to raise funds for the Cancer Research UK charity, in memory of Libby Godden (a band-friend since childhood of Clair Tomalin, Business Director of The Music Company (UK) Ltd).A donation will therefore be made by The Music Company (UK) Ltd for every purchased set of this piece. There is a hope that every band in the UK will have Cranborne Chase as part of their library and included in their concert programmes, enabling a significant amount of money to be raised for Cancer Research UK through the enjoyment of music.

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    Czardas - Vittori Monti

    Eb Bass/Tuba Solo –A witty version of the famous Gypsy Violin solo freely arranged as an Eb Bass Solo with an optional cadenza.Solo parts are included in both treble and bass clef.Also available with Quintet or piano accompaniment.Difficulty Guide: Suitable for advanced players.Quintet version recorded by Halle Brass (Furioso).

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    Dance of the Goblets from Swan Lake - Tchaikowsky

    From one of Tchaikovsky’s most celebrated scores, this jaunty number has been brought to life for brass band by Keith Manners.A great addition to a concert programme, bringing a popular classic to the audience, but one that this lesser known and so offers a pleasant change too.

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    Dance, Dance - Lucy Pankhurst

    Lucy Pankhurst skillfully demonstrates her talent for developing a simple melody into a great fully-fledged concert item.This fun piece starts as a single cornet line, the melody builds throughout the band, harmonically developing and holds fantastic interest with musical surprises around every corner.

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    David of the White Rock - Traditional

    A really beautiful and refreshing setting of this ever popular traditional melody.

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    De Profundis - john wallace, Tony George

    An original composition for massed brass bands and brass quintet devised by John Wallace, Tony George and Svend McEwan-Brown. A cross-genre production work, including scene setting, lighting and the spoken word reciting associated poems, De Profundis was given its world premiere at the East Neuk Festival on 1 July 2017 at The Bowhouse, performed by The Wallace Collection, Tullis Russell Mills Band and friends.If you would like to perform this work, The Wallace Collection are able to provide production consultancy and supply the brass quintet elements of the production – if you would like to discuss potential performances, please contact them direct on [email protected] NotesDe Profundis is a large scale brass band performance piece created by John Wallace and Tony George, based upon an original idea by Svend McEwan-Brown. It was developed in sessions with members of the Tullis Russell Mills Band, commissioned and premiered at East Neuk Festival 2017 at The Bowhouse, St Monans, on 1st July 2017.It was supported by Creative Scotland, Fife Council, Toby and Kate Anstruther, Shields and Carol Henderson, Donald and Louise MacDonald.This project remembers and celebrates the lives and music of miners. It is designed to give brass bands a performance piece that uses elements of improvisation and participation, to offer the players a stimulating and inspiring experience beyondthe normal run of brass band repertoire.All the music is drawn from two settings of the psalm 'Out of the Deep" (De Profundis).More InformationMore details about the De Profundis project is available on a dedicated web-page on The Wallace Collection website.

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    Dignity - Alan Fernie

    Part of the Brass Band Aid SeriesBrass Band Aid is a Charitable Organisation formed by members of Stanhope Silver Band, based in the North of England. From an original aim to raise awareness of the Make Poverty History campaign in their local area, a brass band CD recording was planned. The initiative took on a whole new dimension when the collection of local bands performing on CD were then joined by, what is now known as, The Brass Band Aid Celebrity Band, made up of many of the top brass musicians in the country.Following the success of this initial project the Celebrity Band has come together again to record a new CD – “Into Africa”. This is a compilation of pieces especially written for the recording by some of the most esteemed brass band writers of today.‘Dignity’ is one such piece, generously contributed by Alan Fernie in support of the ongoing work of the charity. Dignity was composed and kindly donated to the charity by Alan Fernie. This is his second donation of music (his first being African Funk which has featured in many a band’s programme), and forms part of the Brass Band Aid’s Composer’s CD compilation.Following Briony Thompson’s trip to Adet, Ethiopia to see the work in progress for the projects Brass Band Aid helps to support, Alan Fernie was inspired by her account of the community spirit and determination. Alan comments “I hope this piece conveys a sense of indeed, quiet dignity.”All sets sold raise money for Brass Band Aid – a charity The Music Company has continued to actively support since 2005.

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