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    Variations on a Theme of Michael Tippett

    Processional Michael Tippett (arr. Hindmarsh) Danse des Amis Bramwell Tovey Midsummer Song Edward Gregson Scherzettino Michael Ball Collage Elgar Howarth Birthday Fugue – Finale Philip Wilby Devised by Paul Hindmarsh to celebrate the centenary of Sir Michael Tippert in 2006, this unqiue collaboration between five leading creative voices in brass band music of recent years also celebrated the 60th and 70th birthdays of two of its contributors, Edward Gregson and Elgar Howarth. Philip Wilby pays birthday tributes in his dramatic fugal finale. The theme is taken from Tippett's opera The Midsummer Marriage, and it also appears in his Birthday Suite for Prince Charles (1948), scored predominently for brass. The work was written for Foden's Band and Bramwell Tovey to perform at the 2006 RNCM Festival of Brass in Manchester (UK). The same artists have also recorded it for NMC. Variations on a theme of Michael Tippett is a demanding work that has techncial and musical challenges appropriate to Championship Section brass band competitions, while also possessing considerable audience appeal. Duration: c. 13-14 minsScore and parts: ?85 Score: ?15.00

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    YOU RAISE ME UP (Trumpet or Cornet/Brass Band) - Lovland, Rolf - Duncan, Andrew

    One of the greatest hit songs of this decade You Raise Me Up has been recorded by Russell Watson, Secret Garden, Michael Ball and, more recently (and perhaps best-known), by the great Irish boy-band Westlife. With your Solo Cornet taking the limelight this award-winning arrangement is one title that will be a surefire hit with both bands and audiences. Duration: 4:00 Grade: Medium. Also available with Piano Accompaniment. Recorded on Polyphonic QPRL218D Master Brass (Volume Fourteen). Duration: 3'30"

    Estimated delivery 12-14 days

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    Love Changes Everything (Score and Parts) - Andrew Lloyd Webber arr. Stephen Bulla

    A massive chart hit for Michael Ball, this is the best-known song from Aspects of Love and is expertly arranged for brass band by Stephen Bulla.

    Estimated delivery 5-7 days
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    A Cambrian Suite - Michael Ball

    Three movement work includes: Gwyr Harlech; Suo Gan; Codiad yr Hedydd

    Estimated delivery 12-14 days
  • £74.95
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    Chaucer's Tunes - Score and Parts - Michael Ball

    Chaucer's Tunes (two sections of which began life as the theme music for a BBC radio series The Road to Canterbury) consists of six interconnected sections. These can equally well be played either as one complete continuous movement or as independent individual pieces. Includes: Intrada; Fantasia: Alma redemptoris mater; Intermezzo: The Wife of Bath; Carol: Es ist ein' Ros' entsprungen; Chase: Chauntecleer and the Fox; Finale.

    Estimated delivery 12-14 days
  • £34.95

    Chaucer's Tunes - Score Only - Michael Ball

    Chaucer's Tunes (two sections of which began life as the theme music for a BBC radio series The Road to Canterbury) consists of six interconnected sections. These can equally well be played either as one complete continuous movement or as independent individual pieces. Includes: Intrada; Fantasia: Alma redemptoris mater; Intermezzo: The Wife of Bath; Carol: Es ist ein' Ros' entsprungen; Chase: Chauntecleer and the Fox; Finale.

    Estimated delivery 12-14 days
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    Midsummer Music - Score and Parts - Michael Ball

    Commissioned by Paul Hindmarsh for Besses o' th' Barn Band with financial assistance from Yorkshire Arts

    Estimated delivery 12-14 days
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    Midsummer Music - Score Only - Michael Ball

    Commissioned by Paul Hindmarsh for Besses o' th' Barn Band with financial assistance from Yorkshire Arts

    Estimated delivery 12-14 days
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    Whitsun Wakes - Score and Parts - Michael Ball

    Whitsun Wakes was commissioned by the BBC and first performed by Black Dyke Band, conducted by James Watson, in Manchester's Bridgewater Hall on 26th May, 1997 as part of the BBC's 'Music Live' Festival. It was subsequently selected as a test piece for the British Open Championship which was scheduled to be held on 6th September 1997 at Birmingham's Symphony Hall. Unfortunately this was the day of the funeral of Diana, Princess of Wales and so the British Open was postponed until 17th January, 1998. However the greatest irony is the fact that although this piece takes its inspiration from the Manchester area it was destined to be played at the first British Open Championship to take place outside Manchester.

    Estimated delivery 12-14 days