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    CELEBRATE AND SING (Brass Band Set) - Martin Cordner

    Written for The Salvation Army Gospel Arts Concert 2010, this lively concert opener partners the old tune of Darwalls ('Let earth and Heaven agree') with the modern-day Easter song, 'Jesus, we celebrate your victory'.

    Estimated delivery 12-14 days
  • £59.00

    Let's Celebrate - Dagmar Kildevann

    Is there something to be celebrated? Then let's play 'Let's Celebrate'! This four-part suite has been based on two birthday songs: the world-famous 'Happy Birthday to you' (which is also sung in many other languages), and the Dutch song 'Lang zal hij/zij leven'. The Fanfare opens in grand style with the motif of 'Lang zal hij leven' and is followed by a cheerful March in which the motifs of both songs can be heard. The third part, Song, forms a moment of contemplation, and the birthday presents are unwrapped by the percussion section in the fourth part, Surprise Party. The yell may be adapted to the occasion. (the sleigh bells caused the composer to note down this somewhat peculiar yell). Of course everybody is expected to join in.

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    Celebrate and Sing - Martin Cordner

    Written for The Salvation Army Gospel Arts Concert 2010, this lively concert opener partners the old tune of Darwalls ('"Let earth and Heaven agree') with the modern-day Easter song, '"Jesus, we celebrate your victory'.

    Estimated delivery 12-14 days
  • £95.00

    Celebrate Carnival - LW, Pit

    Kutt Erop / Denn einmal nur im Jahr ist Karneval / Einmal am Rhein / Da wo die sieben Berge / Rheinische Lieder

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  • £69.00

    Let's Celebrate - RITTINER, Bernard

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    Celebrate Carnival - Pit Lw

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  • £34.60

    CELEBRATE! - Jones Dean

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    LET'S CELEBRATE - Tinner Gilbert

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  • £15.00

    ACCOLADE (Brass Band) - Littlemore, Phillip

    Accolade, meaning an award, an honour or a laudatory notice. This fanfare for brass band literally builds from the bottom up - a battery of percussion leads to the lower band's statement of the theme before passing through the middle of the band that builds a series of interjections. The theme is then restated in the upper band before the battery of percussion returns to end. The fanfare was written for Regent Brass as the title track for their 1990 recording to celebrate both their 5th anniversary and to celebrate being crowned 3rd Section Champion Band of Great Britain in 1988 - an accolade indeed!Duration: 1:00

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  • £75.00

    Apollo 11

    A Major Original work from Drew Fennell. Drew comments on this work " I intend for "Apollo 11" apart from programmatic depictions of NASA's launch, three day jorney and historic moon landing, to be a celebration of the American spirit. The bold statement by President John F.Kennedy in a message to congress in May of 1961 set forth the goal: "...before the decade is out, of landing a man on the moon and returning him safely to the earth" From this grand vision sprang one of the most audacious plans ever concieved by humankind. Having not yet even achieved earth orbit, the idea of astronauts travelling over two hundred thousdand miles through very inhospitable space to the Moon, landing and walking on its surface would seem impossible. And yet, through tremendous vision, creativity, ingenuity and downright courage, it became a reality in just over eight years. The piece begins with a musical statement depicting Kennedy's words and response by politicians, scientists and all Americans to support the noble quest. After years of engineering and test missions, on July 16 1969 we witness the countdown and the violent and fiery launch of the Saturn V rocket which would carry the astronauts into space. Next is depicted the experience of the peaceful weightlessness of space as the brave astronauts hurtle toward the Moon. Concluding the work, on July 20 1969, America and the world celebrate one of the greatest triumphs in the history of mankind as Neil Armstrong descends the ladder from the Lunar Module to the Moons dusty surface Duration approx 11 minutes Drew R Fennell - April 14 2008