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    Songs of World War II (Brass Band - Score and Parts)

    A Medley of Popular Songs (1939-1945)Includes:In the MoodA Nightingale Sang in Berkeley SquareWe're Gonna Hang Out the Washing on the Siegfried LineRun, Rabbit, Run!Kiss Me Goodnight, Sergeant MajorI'll Be Seeing You

    Estimated dispatch 7-14 working days
  • £30.00

    I Vow To The, My Country - Gustav Holst/Geoff Knorr arr. Phillip Littlemore

    Gustav Holst wrote his suite The Planets during the early years of the first world war. The expansive movement, Jupiter, contained a tune that Holst later used to set the poem by Cecil Spring-Rice, I Vow To Thee, My Country. Originally set for unison voices with orchestra, Holst adapted it as a hymn tune and called it Thaxted, named after the village where he lived for many years.The American composer, Geoff Knorr, incorporated Holst's music into his score for the strategy-based video game Civilisation V, where it is used to depict the England of Elizabeth I. It is from this music that this transcription is made.Although originally written in 1908 and entitled Urbs Dei, Spring-Rice revisited the text of his poem in January 1918 and significantly altered both the first and second verses to reflect his feelings about the war, and those that gave the ultimate sacrifice. He also renamed the poem with the title we know today. Because of its sentiment, it has now become a staple of Remembrance services.A video of this arrangement can be found here: I Vow To Thee, My CountryDuration: 5'40"Difficulty: Suitable for all

    Estimated dispatch 5-7 working days
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    I Believe - Drake, Graham, Shirl & Stillman - Len Jenkins

    "I Believe" is a popular song written by Ervin Drake, Irvin Graham, Jimmy Shirl and Al Stillman in 1953. It was commissioned with the intent of offering people hope and faith against the backdrop of the Korean War that followed so soon after World War 2. The number has been recorded by many artists and the edition by The Bachelors is perhaps the best well-known in Britain. This arrangement, which is very suitable for fetes and concerts, features the Flugel and Tenor Horns in a duet, with band accompaniment. It is dedicated to the twins Hazel and Heather who play these instruments in the Woburn Sands Band. Graham Cooper

  • £39.95

    Judd: The Great Salvation War

    James Curnow was inspired to compose this work after reading 'Marching to Glory', a history of The Salvation Army in the USA. The writer of the book, Dr. Edward H. McKinley, was a colleague of Curnow on the faculty of Asbury College and a member of The Salvation Army Student Fellowship Band. The work was written for this band and premiered by them at the Centennial National Congress in 1980 which was held at Asbury College. Curnow has endeavoured to capture the spirit of early day Salvationists as they gave themselves completely to the great salvation war. Three songs support the three-part structure; 1) Stand like the brave 2) In Thee, O Lord, do I put my trust 3) Rescue the perishing.

    Estimated dispatch 7-14 working days
  • £38.95

    Unity Series Band Journal - Numbers 518 - 521, June 2023

    518: March - A Christmas cavalcade (Morgan Juel Stavik)This march contains several Christmas carols and songs. Some are easy to recognise and are identified in the score, while other references are more subtle.519: Christmas bossa nova (Kevin Larsson)Using Jingle Bells, The First Nowell, It came upon the midnight clear and Ding dong! merrily on high, here is a great bossa nova to liven up your Christmas concert.520 (1): In te Domine speravi (Des Prez trs. Zachary Docter)This piece is a transcription of an early 16th century choral work by the Renaissance composer Josquin des Prez. Josquin was a well-known and highly regarded composer in his day. Like many composer of this period, Josquin wrote linearly, valuing independent free-flowing lines over vertical harmonies. As a result, the interlocking counterpoint in this work can be quite complex and the tied rhythms challenging.520 (2): Excerpt from 'Vespers' (Rachmaninoff trs. Andrew Poirier)Sergei Rachmaninoff's setting of the All-Night Vigil (Vespers) Op.37, of which this excerpt is taken, was composed in January and February 1915. The outbreak of World War I in August 1914 took many people by surprise, and to Rachmaninoff it was a severe shock. This compelled him to write a piece that reminded him of his childhood and the importance of the Russian Orthodox Church within the national identity of Russia. The excerpt transcribed here has a quality and enigmatic charm that never fails to move the souls of those that listen to it.521: March - Walk of faith (Stanley Makau)This march introduces Stanley Makau to the band journals. Stanley is currently the Deputy and Youth Bandmaster at Quarry Road Citadel Corps in Nairobi, Kenya. His inspiration for the march primarily came from Psalm 91: 11-12, and the march is in keeping with the traditional style that has been a staple for Salvation Army music-making.

    Estimated dispatch 7-14 working days
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    No Man's Land (Brass Band - Score and Parts) - Deleruyelle, Thierry

    No Man's Land was commissioned by the Noordlimburgse Brass Band. Thierry Deleruyelle has written this work in 2018, 100 years after the end of World War I. This work is related to his first work written for brass band, Fraternity, which tells the story about the mining accident in Courieres, France. Eight years later, World War I broke out. Instead of helping each other, no man's land arose.Duration: 19.30

    Estimated dispatch 7-14 working days

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    Christmas Collection - Solo and 1st Cornet Bb Part I - Large Print A4

    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 I want for Christmas is youAll 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 oldAuld lang syneA virgin most pureAway in a manger (The manger scene)Away in a manger (Traditional)A winter's taleBethlehemBrightest and best (Spean)Brightest and best (Traditional)Calypso CarolCarol for the NativityCarol of the bellsCarol of the drumChild of MaryChristians Awake!Christ is born (Il est n)Christ was born on Christmas DayCome and join the celebrationCome, children, come quicklyCoventry CarolDeck the hallDing dong! merrily on highDo you hear what I hear?Frosty the snowmanGabriel'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!Happy Christmas (War is over)Hark the glad sound!Hark! the herald angels singHave yourself a merry little ChristmasHere we come a-wassailingHow far is it to Bethlehem?Huron CarolInfant HolyIn the bleak midwinter (Cranham)In the bleak midwinter (Darke)I saw mommy kissing Santa ClausI saw three ships come sailing inIt came upon a midnight clear (Traditional)It came upon a midnight clear (Willis)It's beginning to look a lot like ChristmasIt's the most wonderful time of the yearI wish it could be Christmas everydayI wonder as I wanderJesus, good above all otherJingle BellsJingle bell rockJoy to the world!Last ChristmasLet it snow!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 hallMerry Christmas everyoneMistletoe and wineNoelO Christmas treeO 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'clockPatapanPersonent HodiePraise ye the LordRing the bellsRise up, shepherd!Rockin' around the Christmas treeRudolph, the red-nosed reindeerSans day carolSanta Claus is comin' to townSaviour's DaySee, amid the winter's snowSilent Night!Sleigh RideSoftly the night is sleepingSo here it is, merry ChristmasStars are shiningStill, still, stillStop the cavalrySussex CarolSweet chiming bellsSweet chiming Christmas bellsThe candle songThe cherry tree carolThe Christmas songThe first NowellThe holly and the ivyThe infant KingThe light has comeThe shepherds' farewellThe stable doorThe star in the eastThe twelve days of ChristmasThe virgin Mary had a baby boyThey all were looking for a kingThou didst leave thy throneThree kings' marchUnto us a boy is bornWalking in the airWe gather round the manger-bedWe three kings of Orient areWe wish you a merry ChristmasWhat child is this?When a child is bornWhen Santa got stuck up the chimneyWhence is that goodly fragrance flowing?When wise men came seekingWhile shepherds watched (Cranbrook)While shepherds watched (Handel)While shepherds watched (Winchester Old)White ChristmasWho is he?Winter WonderlandWorldwide Christmas messageZither CarolA starry nightChristmas JoyChristmas PraiseCoventry CarolInfant HolyMid-winterRudolph, the red-nosed reindeerThe everlasting lightTo celebrate his birthYuletide Rag

    Estimated dispatch 7-14 working days
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    Christmas Collection - Solo and 1st Cornet Bb Part I - March Card Size

    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 I want for Christmas is youAll 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 oldAuld lang syneA virgin most pureAway in a manger (The manger scene)Away in a manger (Traditional)A winter's taleBethlehemBrightest and best (Spean)Brightest and best (Traditional)Calypso CarolCarol for the NativityCarol of the bellsCarol of the drumChild of MaryChristians Awake!Christ is born (Il est n)Christ was born on Christmas DayCome and join the celebrationCome, children, come quicklyCoventry CarolDeck the hallDing dong! merrily on highDo you hear what I hear?Frosty the snowmanGabriel'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!Happy Christmas (War is over)Hark the glad sound!Hark! the herald angels singHave yourself a merry little ChristmasHere we come a-wassailingHow far is it to Bethlehem?Huron CarolInfant HolyIn the bleak midwinter (Cranham)In the bleak midwinter (Darke)I saw mommy kissing Santa ClausI saw three ships come sailing inIt came upon a midnight clear (Traditional)It came upon a midnight clear (Willis)It's beginning to look a lot like ChristmasIt's the most wonderful time of the yearI wish it could be Christmas everydayI wonder as I wanderJesus, good above all otherJingle BellsJingle bell rockJoy to the world!Last ChristmasLet it snow!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 hallMerry Christmas everyoneMistletoe and wineNoelO Christmas treeO 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'clockPatapanPersonent HodiePraise ye the LordRing the bellsRise up, shepherd!Rockin' around the Christmas treeRudolph, the red-nosed reindeerSans day carolSanta Claus is comin' to townSaviour's DaySee, amid the winter's snowSilent Night!Sleigh RideSoftly the night is sleepingSo here it is, merry ChristmasStars are shiningStill, still, stillStop the cavalrySussex CarolSweet chiming bellsSweet chiming Christmas bellsThe candle songThe cherry tree carolThe Christmas songThe first NowellThe holly and the ivyThe infant KingThe light has comeThe shepherds' farewellThe stable doorThe star in the eastThe twelve days of ChristmasThe virgin Mary had a baby boyThey all were looking for a kingThou didst leave thy throneThree kings' marchUnto us a boy is bornWalking in the airWe gather round the manger-bedWe three kings of Orient areWe wish you a merry ChristmasWhat child is this?When a child is bornWhen Santa got stuck up the chimneyWhence is that goodly fragrance flowing?When wise men came seekingWhile shepherds watched (Cranbrook)While shepherds watched (Handel)While shepherds watched (Winchester Old)White ChristmasWho is he?Winter WonderlandWorldwide Christmas messageZither CarolA starry nightChristmas JoyChristmas PraiseCoventry CarolInfant HolyMid-winterRudolph, the red-nosed reindeerThe everlasting lightTo celebrate his birthYuletide Rag

    Estimated dispatch 7-14 working days
  • £35.00

    Flanders Fields

    Commissioned in 2014 by the 2nd Rossendale Scout Band, Flanders Fields was composed to commemorate the 100th anniversary of World War I, also known as the Great War. It is a reflective work which uses a hymn as its basis, infusing the sound of bugle calls and marching drums to convey the impression of a conflict rather than depicting a specific battle. Narration and wordless choir can be included as part of performance. Listen: Duration: 00:07:30 Grade: 3

    Estimated dispatch 7-14 working days
  • £30.00

    Jerusalem - C. Hubert H. Parry arr. Phillip Littlemore

    Sir Hubert Parry wrote the music to the hymn Jerusalem in 1916, during the gloom of World War I. It uses William Blake's poem And Did Those Feet In Ancient Times which itself was written around 1804, and first published in 1808.Parry's hymn was originally written for the 'Fight for Right' movement, formed to sustain the resolve of Britain during the Great War. The hymn received its premiere on the 28th March 1916 in the Queen's Hall, London at a 'Fight for Right' meeting. In 1917, Parry conducted it for the ladies of the Albert Hall choir as part of a call in favour of National Service for Women. This signalled a closer relationship with the women's suffrage movement which Parry and his wife, Maude, supported. A year later, Jerusalem was sung at a suffrage demonstration concert and was adopted by the Women's' Institute as their anthem in 1924.There are regular calls for the hymn to be adopted as the official National Anthem of England, but this is not new. The first such call can be traced back to the centenary of Blake's death in 1927 and the call continues undimmed to this present day. This brass band arrangement is based on Parry's original orchestration from 1916.Duration: 2'20"Difficulty: Suitable for all grades

    Estimated dispatch 5-7 working days