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    Sylvia - Roy Newsome

    Estimated delivery 5-10 working days
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    SYLVIA (Tenor Horn/Brass Band) - Newsome, Roy

    Tenor Horn Solo & Brass Band. A separate Piano Accompaniment edition is also available.

    Estimated delivery 10-14 working days
  • £44.00

    Bring Me Sunshine - Christopher Bond

    Bring Me Sunshine was written in 1966 by composer Arthur Kent with lyrics by Sylvia Dee. It was first recorded by The Mills Brothers in 1968 on their album, My Shy Violet. In the UK, the song is synonymous with the popular comedy duo Morecambe & Wise, after it was adopted as their signature tune in their second series for the BBC in 1969. This arrangement, for brass band, is suitable for bands of third section standard and higher.

    Estimated delivery 5-7 days
  • £45.99

    Bring Me Sunshine

    Bring Me Sunshine is a song written in 1966 by the composer Arthur Kent, with lyrics by Sylvia Dee. It was first recorded by The Mills Brothers in 1968, on their album My Shy Violet. In the UK, the song is synonymous with the popular comedy duo Morecambe & Wise, after it was adopted as their signature tune in their second series for the BBC in 1969. Christopher Bond provided a beautiful instrumental arrangement for brass band.

    Estimated delivery 5-10 working days

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    Cortege de Bacchus - L?o Delibes

    This majestic processional march entitled Cortege de Bacchus (Procession of Bacchus) is an extract taken from one of the most popular scenes in the ballet Sylvia by the celebrated 19th Century French composer Leo Delibes. In this arrangement for brass band by Stephen C. Barnwell, it can be used an ideal concert opener or for any festive occasion.

    Estimated delivery 5-10 working days

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    Bring Me Sunshine - Arthur Kent & Sylvia Dee - Len Jenkins

    In Britain, the song is synonymous with the legendary comedy duo Morecambe & Wise, after it was adopted as their signature tune in 1969. The jolly tune will be instantly recognised by most UK listeners and is suitable for most events, but particularly summer fetes and concerts where the audience will probably end up singing or tapping their feet to the familiar melody.