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    Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas - Phillip Littlemore

    The successful songwriting team of Hugh Martin and Ralph Blane wrote Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas for the 1944 MGM musical Meet Me in St. Louis , where it was introduced by Judy Garland. The original lyrics were too melancholic and Garland asked for something a little bit more upbeat instead. Blane substituted them to the now-familiar lyrics of those Garland sang in the movie, although Frank Sinatra asked for one further change so that the song could be included on his album The Joy Of Christmas . It is one of the most popular Christmas songs of all time and has been recorded by over 500 artists. This arrangement, for cornet with band accompaniment, captures the reflective style of the original song, although allows a little bit of magic to close. A soundclip can be found here Item Code: TPBB-065 Duration: 3'20" Grade: Suitable for all

    Estimated delivery 5-7 days
  • £49.99

    Little Christmas Suite - Robert Finn

    This Little Christmas Suite, arranged for concert band by Robert Finn, contains three European Christmas carols of uncertain origin. The three movements Baile de Nadal (from Spain), Still, Still, Still (from Germany) and The First Noel (from England) create a delightful suite for any concert band and can also be performed with a choir.

    Estimated delivery 5-10 working days

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    MERRY LITTLE CHRISTMAS, A (Brass Band) - Fernie, Alan

    Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas. Grade: Easy.

    Estimated delivery 5-10 days
  • £40.00

    Little Christmas - Elaine Agnew

    An atmospheric, contemporary piece for brass band by prolific composer Elaine Agnew. The work was originally commissioned by the North of Ireland Bands’ Association as the ‘B Section’ test piece for the 2006 European Brass Band Championships, with funds from the Arts Council of Northern Ireland Lottery Unit and Belfast City Council.Programme notes:The night of Sunday the sixth of January 1839 was a night of madness. On this night, Ireland was hit by a devastating storm. Little Christmas focuses on the events of that day, leading to the arrival of the storm itself.The piece opens with a blast, which is quickly hushed by a motionless phrase whose silence suggests something not quite right. A solo euphonium mimics the local seer who prophesizes the coming of the storm but who is ignored by the locals, who are well used to his rantings and ravings.A brief percussion improvisation hints at an uncertainty in the air but this is quickly ignored by the following fast section with the bustle and excitement of the day’s preparations.Quiet solo chromatic lines swoosh over harmonic pillars of sound before the final “dizzy” section where the band lets rip at the arrival of the storm!

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    Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas - Blane, R & Martin, H - Griffiths, D

    This cherished song first appeared in the 1944 MGM musical Meet me in St Louis, when Judy Garland's character sung the song to her five-year old sister to cheer her up. This new arrangement is a sumptuous slow jazz trombone solo, as played by Chris Thomas on Cory's latest Christmas CD4th section +Duration 4 mins

    In stock: Estimated delivery 1-3 days

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