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  • £83.00

    Polonaise - CHOPIN, Frederic (Arr.: Chudy / Moren)

    Opus 40, N 1

    Estimated delivery 10-14 days

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  • £66.00

    Prelude - CHOPIN, Frederic (Arr.: Chudy / Moren)

    Opus 28, N 7

    Estimated delivery 10-14 days

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  • £192.00
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    Spanish Dance - MOSZKOWSKI, Moritz (Arr.: Worek / Moren)

    Opus 12, N 2

    Estimated delivery 10-14 days

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  • £26.00

    Trumpet Voluntary - STANLEY, John (Arr.: Mourey)

    "Echoes" N 5 Opus 7

    Estimated delivery 10-14 days

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  • £44.00

    Pie Jesu - Gabriel Faure - Robert van Beringen

    Pie Jesu is the famous aria for soprano and orchestra from Gabriel Faure's Requiem, opus 48. Faure (1845- 1924) composed the work in 1887, two years after his father's death and only a short time before his mother passed away. Faure's Pie Jesu is richly atmosphere and peaceful, and Robert van Beringen perfectly captures the essence of Faure's beautiful music in this arrangement for fanfare band.

    Estimated delivery 5-10 days

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  • £78.00

    Concert Piece - Alexandre Guilmant - Klaas van der Woude

    Felix-Alexandre Guilmant-Amedee (Boulogne-sur-Mer, March 12, 1837 - Meudon, March 29, 1911) was a French composer and organist. Like many other composers, he was very talented on a young age, he was 12 years when he was playing organ smoothly. He studied with Lemmens with Charles-Marie Widor and Gigout. Between 1871 and 1901 he the leading man in the Paris organ scenery, along with his fellow students, later on he teached at the Paris Conservatoire National Superieur de Musique, inter alia, Joseph Bonnet and Marcel Dupre. Known are his organ sonatas, which are equivalent to the famous organ symphonies of Widor. His work was very popular. Also known under the title Morceau Symphonique, Opus 88.

    Estimated delivery 5-10 days

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  • £49.95

    1812 Overture - Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky

    The 1812 Overture for Orchestra, Opus 49 is without doubt one of the most popular finales used by orchestras throughout the world. Here we have a new arrangement for brass band skilfully crafted by Dr. Robert Childs. The arrangement is shorter in duration than Tchaikovsky's original, but does not fluctuate from his key structure, making this version the most authentic to date. The arrangement features full orchestral percussion including tubular bells and canon together with optional organ and fanfare brass groups.Dr Childs's arrangement is featured by the Black Dyke Band on their CD Essential Dyke Vol V - Celebrate Rotary (DOYCD193).

    Estimated delivery 5-7 days
  • £34.95

    Highland Cathedral - Ulrich Roever & Michael Korb

    This lovely melody was composed by two German musicians who tried to emulate the popularity of the famous Scottish tune 'Amazing Grace'. The piece was an instant success and achieved a substantial degree of popularity after it was featured in the film, Four Weddings and a Funeral.It is usually performed with just pipes and drums, however this arrangement succeeds in joining this traditional classical melody, with a steady drum beat, and flowing contrapuntal descants and harmonies to create an epic opus.The arrangement was made for a performance in the Gala Concert in the Albert Hall, London, when it was performed by the Scottish Brass Band Champions, Scottish Co-op Band.The arrangement is functional with or without Bagpipes.

    Estimated delivery 5-7 days
  • £24.95

    Summer Storm - Antonio Vivaldi

    Antonio Vivaldi was born in Venice and began his adult life in the church, becoming known as the 'Red Priest', presumably due to his sandy-coloured hair. Health problems prevented him continuing actively in the priesthood and he turned his attention to music.He wrote 18 operas, many sacred choral works and over 300 concerti, many for use at the Ospidale della Piet? orphanage where he was director of music. Of these, the 12 violin concerti known as The Four Seasons (from the opus 8 set, The Trial of Harmony and Invention), have become the best known. The third concerto, Summer, includes a graphic description of a thunderstorm which makes an effective showpiece when played by any solo instrument. Sadly, Vivaldi died in poverty in Vienna, whilst trying vainly to secure commissions for himself, but his music has survived to become some of the best loved in the world.

    Estimated delivery 5-7 days