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  • £21.50

    In The Blue Mid Winter - Gustav Holst - John Lee

    If your band is looking for something a little more laid back to add to their Christmas programmes this year, then look no further. As the title suggests, this clever setting of Holst's In The Bleak Mid-Winter arranged as a Blues feature, allows the band a change from the traditional styles of music heard at Christmas. Featuring a Blues solo from the principal cornet, this piece is a great addition to keep your festive programmes versatile.

    In stock: Estimated dispatch 1-3 days

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  • £90.30

    Winter Music - Arthur Butterworth

    Estimated dispatch 5-14 working days
  • £25.00

    In The Bleak Mid Winter - Brass Band - Gustav Holst

    A fantastic and haunting arrangement of the Gustav Holst tune "In The Bleak Mid Winter".

    Estimated dispatch 3-5 working days
  • £27.50

    Largo (from Winter/The Seasons) - Vivaldi, A.

    "The rain drips down outside, but the peasant is warm inside his cottage" is how Vivaldi paints this picture in the score of the 2nd movement of Winter from The Seasons.

    Estimated dispatch 5-7 working days
  • £68.99

    Winter Games - David Foster

    Juri Briat has arranged the tunes of the winter Olympic games of the Eighties for a wind orchestra. As always, he has chosen original works and arranged them in his own typically colourful way. An ideal opening number for your concert with allure.

    Estimated dispatch 5-14 working days

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  • £27.50

    Largo (Winter) (Brass Band - Score and Parts) - Vivaldi, Antonio - Wilkinson, Keith M.

    In 1723 Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741) composed four concerti for violin and small orchestra entitled The Four Seasons. Winter is the fourth of these and the Largo is its central slow movement depicting a cosy scene by the fireside watching the falling rain.This arrangement was prepared at the request of Brett Baker and has been recorded by him accompanied by Brass Band Of The Western Reserve, music director Dr Keith M Wilkinson, on the CD Slides Rule!

    Estimated dispatch 7-14 working days

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  • £54.99

    Winter Wonderland - Dick Smith

    This enduringly popular seasonal song has long been a Christmas favourite, even though the lyrics don't mention 'Christmas' at all. The words were by Dick Smith (1901-1935) and the music by Felix Bernard (1897-1944). The inspiration was reportedly avisit by Smith to Honesdale's (his hometown) Central Park when it was covered in snow. The first recording was made by Richard Himber's Ritz-Carlton Orchestra in 1934. The same year Guy Lombardo and his band, The Royal Canadians, took the song to number 2 in the US Billboard Chart, where it stayed for 9 weeks. It has since beenrecorded by over 150 artists, the most successful versions being by Perry Como and the Andrews Sisters, both released in 1946.

    Estimated dispatch 5-14 working days

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  • £9.99

    Christmas Collection - Words and music (piano)

    Christmas Collection is a newly revised carol book with original, additional and rearranged carols from New Christmas Praise as well as 10 extended pieces. Parts are now also available in large print A4 size!Titles:A child this day is bornA Christmas lullabyA great and mighty wonderAll my heart this night rejoicesAngels, from the realms of Glory (Come and worship)Angels, from the realms of Glory (Iris)Angels we have heard on highA starry nightAs with gladness men of oldA virgin most pureAway in a manger (The manger scene)Away in a manger (Traditional)BethlehemBrightest and best (Spean)Brightest and best (Traditional)Calypso CarolCarol for the NativityCarol of the drumChild of MaryChristians AwakeChrist is born (Il est n)Christ was born on Christmas DayCome and join the celebrationCome, children, come quicklyCoventry CarolDing dong! merrily on highDo you hear what I hear?Gabriel's MessageGaudeteGlory in the highestGlory in the highest HeavenGod of God, the uncreatedGod rest you merry, gentlemenGood Christian men, rejoiceGood King WenceslasGo, tell it on the mountain!Hark the glad sound!Hark! the herald angels singHow far is it to Bethlehem?Huron CarolInfant HolyIn the bleak midwinter (Cranham)In the bleak midwinter (Darke)I saw three ships come sailing inIt came upon the midnight clear (Traditional)It came upon the midnight clear (Willis)I wonder as I wanderJesus, good above all otherJoy to the world!Little baby JesusLittle children, wake and listenLittle DonkeyLittle Jesus, sweetly sleepLo! he comes with clouds descendingLong, long agoLove came down at ChristmasMary's boy childMary's ChildMasters in this hallNoelO come, all ye faithfulO come, ImmanuelO Heaven-sent KingO holy night!O little town of Bethlehem (Christmas Carol)O little town of Bethlehem (Forest Green)O little town of Bethlehem (St Louis)Once in royal David's cityPast three o'clockPersonent HodiePraise ye the LordRing the bellsRise up, shepherd!Sans day carolSaviour's DaySee, amid the winter's snowSilent Night!Softly the night is sleepingStars are shiningStill, still, stillSussex CarolSweet chiming bellsSweet chiming Christmas bellsThe candle songThe cherry tree carolThe first NowellThe holly and the ivyThe infant KingThe light has comeThe shepherds' farewellThe stable doorThe star in the eastThe virgin Mary had a baby boyThey all were looking for a kingThou didst leave thy throneThree kings' marchUnto us a boy is bornWe gather round the manger-bedWe three kings of Orient areWhat child is this?Whence is that goodly fragrance flowing?When wise men came seekingWhile shepherds watched (Cranbrook)While shepherds watched (Handel)While shepherds watched (Winchester Old)Who is he?Zither Carol

    Estimated dispatch 7-14 working days
  • £54.99

    Winter Wonderland (Brass Band - Score and Parts) - Bernard & Smith - Sparke, Philip

    This enduringly popular seasonal song has long been a Christmas favourite, even though the lyrics don't mention 'Christmas' at all. The words were by Dick Smith (1901-1935) and the music by Felix Bernard (1897-1944). The inspiration was reportedly a visit by Smith to Honesdale's (his hometown) Central Park when it was covered in snow. The first recording was made by Richard Himber's Ritz-Carlton Orchestra in 1934. The same year Guy Lombardo and his band, The Royal Canadians, took the song to number 2 in the US Billboard Chart, where it stayed for 9 weeks. It has since been recorded by over 150 artists, the most successful versions being by Perry Como and the Andrews Sisters, both released in 1946.Duration: 4.00

    Estimated dispatch 7-14 working days

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  • £25.00

    ...and the winter moon rises

    Description...and the winter moon riseswas inspired by a winter's evening car journey across the Pennines from Manchester to Huddersfield, through the brass band heartland of Saddleworth. There was recent snow on the ground, and the sun had just set. A bright clear moon was rising into a sky coloured with orange from the setting sun, and the moonlight made all the snow and ice sparkle.The work is the fourth movement of a larger 5 movement suite entitled "North!", but can be (and has been) performed in isolation. This work was a finalist in the 2012 Ohio Brass Arts Festival composition competition.Performance NotesThe percussion parts should be playable by three players; the "arco" parts of the vibraphone parts should be played by drawing a cello or double bass bow up the side of the bar. Motors should be left off throughout.Three of the brass players are asked to double on triangles for the first part of the piece; ideally these should be of different sizes giving clearly different sounds. The easiest solution is to tie a triangle to the music stand, rather than try to hold it and then swap instruments later in the piece.Click below to watch a playback preview of the score!

    Estimated dispatch 7-14 working days