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    The Seventh Night of July (Brass Band - Score and Parts)

    In Japan, July the 7th is a holiday known as Tanabata, for which large celebrations are held throughout the country. The holiday is based on a legend about a young man and a young woman who are separated by the Milky Way and can only see each other once a year on this night. The Seventh Night of July is Itaru Sakai's musical interpretation of this romantic legend. The flugel horn and euphonium solos during the middle movement represent the two main themes from the legend.

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    The Seventh Night of July - Itaru Sakai

    In Japan, July the 7th is a holiday known as Tanabata, for which large celebrations are held throughout the country. The holiday is based on a legend about a young man and a young woman who are separated by the Milky Way and can only see each other once a year on this night. The Seventh Night of July is Itaru Sakai's musical interpretation of this romantic legend. The flugel horn and euphonium solos during the middle movement represent the two main themes from the legend.

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    Born On The Fourth of July - John Williams

    The theme music from the original motion picture, Born on the Fourth of July, starring Tom Cruise. The music was composed by John Williams and this arrangement for brass band is by Andrew Duncan.Brass Band Grade 3/4: Youth and 4th Section/Advanced Youth and 3rd SectionDuration: 5 minutes

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    Triumph Series Brass Band Journal, Numbers 1363 - 1366, July 2024

    1363: Festival March - Collect the harvest (Anders Beijer)This march is a call to tell others about the salvation we have received and bring people to Jesus. Jesus has bought us with his blood, and we now belong to him and stand under his protection, surrounded by his love and care. After brief references to the melody Bringing in the sheaves (S.A.S.B. 58) (also appearing later in the work in full) and an original melody, we hear the familiar tune Saviour, like a shepherd. This music should be performed with great joy and enthusiasm.1364: O come, Immanuel (Steve Kellner)The text of this beautiful Advent hymn (C.C. 62) dates to the 8th century and its chant-like tune to the 15th century. While the text alludes to Israel's captivity in Babylon and the coming Messiah, it in fact refers to the believer's anticipation of Jesus' second coming. The original chant melody was call and response, so the opening motif serves as the call, returning throughout the arrangement.1365: Our Consecration (Marcus Venables)This arrangement uses the tune St Margaret (T.B. 427) to the beloved hymn by George Matheson, O love that wilt not let me go (S.A.S.B. 616), which highlights the powerful and enduring nature of God's love. The use of the melodic fragment on the word 'go' serves as a subtle question mark, inviting the listener to reflect on the human qualities that may cause doubt in the steadfastness of God's love for us. However, as the piece ends, there is a sense of peace and assurance that we can truly rely on the never-ending love of God in our lives. This powerful and emotive arrangement will leave the listener feeling uplifted and encouraged by the knowledge that they are held securely in the arms of God's love.1366: March - The bell ringer (David Rowsell)The title of this march refers to someone who stands by the iconic Salvation Army Christmas kettle and receives donations from passers-by. They ring a bell to attract attention and subtly invite people to give a donation in support of The Salvation Army's work. This march was written as a tribute to the many volunteers worldwide who support this campaign each year. The music features the choruses from two Christmas carols, Sweet chiming Christmas bells (C.C. 83) and Sweet chiming bells (C.C. 82).

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    Triumph Series Brass Band Journal, Numbers 1351 - 1354, July 2023

    1351: The anointed King (Marcus Venables)This piece was originally written as a massed band item for the Ontario Central-East Divisional Music Day in 2019. The updated version includes two songs, King of kings, majesty (S.A.S.B. 376) and O worship the King (S.A.S.B. 52) to a rhythmic setting of the tune Laudate Dominum (T.B. 481). Both songs present the contrasting characteristics of God; the powerful King and gentle, loving Saviour.1352: A suite of English Christmas carols (Kenneth Downie)This suite is the result of a request for a piece of music featuring exclusively English Christmas carols.The first movement features The holly and the ivy (C.C. 87). In sharp contrast, the second movement calls for a broad, sensitive, song-like approach. Using The cherry tree carol (C.C. 85), a much slower tempo than is normally applied to encourage the listener to see this beautiful tune in a new light. The rumbustious arrival of the finale is based on I saw three ships come sailing in (C.C. 44) with the festive mood prevailing until the end.1353: Nothing but thy blood (Norman Bearcroft)This two-verse setting of Richard Slater's much-loved hymn Nothing but thy blood (S.A.S.B. 769) appears straight-forward in nature, but requires a careful sense of the musical line across all parts.1354: Meditation - Reflections on Advent (Andrew Blyth)Two well-known carols, Away in a manger (C.C. 12) and Silent Night! (C.C. 77) are featured alongside original material. The piece attempts to convey a sense of reflection and meditation on the wonderful and awe-inspiring Advent story.

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    Triumph Series Brass Band Journal, Numbers 1339 - 1342, July 2022

    1339: Fanfare on 'O come, all ye faithful' (Steve Kellner)The music follow the story of the shepherds as told in Luke 2: 8-20. It first portrays the majestic announcement of Jesus' birth by the heavenly host, then the hushed mystery of the manger scene, followed by the shepherds boisterously glorifying and praising God.1340: In his light (Niels Silfverberg)This is a Bozza Nova setting of the song O soul, are you weary and troubled? by Helen Howarth Lemmel..1341: Merrily on high (Craig Stevens)This bright and energetic setting of the well-know and widely used carol will be well-received by many groups who need an attractive and relatively easy piece to prepare for the festive season.1342: March - Promises (William Gordon)This march features two well-known hymns, Standing on the promises of Christ my King (S.A.S.B. 522) and Holy, holy, holy, Lord God Almighty! (S.A.S.B. 31) set to John Bacchus Dykes' melody Nicaea.

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    Triumph Series Band Journal July 2021 Numbers 1327 - 1330

    Includes:1327 - March - Mountain Valley - Noel Jones1328 - My Saviour and my God - Dean Jones1329 - Song Arrangement - All for thee - Steven Kellner1330 - Cornet Solo - Mary walks amid the thorn - Ruben Schmidt

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    Triumph Series Band Journal July 2019 Numbers 1311 - 1314

    1311 March Faithful Soldiers Noel Jones1312 Camel Train John Swansbury 1313 Euphonium Solo Thats the Spirit 1314 March Onward to Victory! Paul Sharman

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    Unity Series Band Journal July 2018 - Numbers 470-473

    470 Prelude Bow down before him Daniel Elson471 Do not pass me by Andreas Holmlund472 Move, Holy Spirit! Jonathan Rowsell473 Guide Me William Gordon

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    Triumph Series Band Journal July 2018 Numbers 1299 - 1302

    1299 - March - Citadel Praise (Martin Cordner)1300 - Born in a Manger (Noel Jones)1301 - Cornet Solo - Rest (Dorothy Gates)1302 - The Joy of the Lord (William Gordon)

    Estimated dispatch 7-14 working days