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  • £34.95

    MacArthur Park - Jimmy Webb - Barrie Forgie

    Jimmy Webb's MacArthur Park pays a nostalgic tribute to an area of Los Angeles. During the 1950s and 1960s, local people would gather in the park to get away from the thriving metropolis. People had the opportunity to take a...

    Estimated dispatch 4-7 working days
  • £57.50

    MacArthur Park (Brass Band - Score and Parts) - Webb, Jimmy - Sparke, Philip

    Over a period of four decades Jimmy Webb (b. 1946) has written hits for a number of singers including Glen Campbell, Art Garfunkel, Frank Sinatra, Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash and Linda Ronstadt. His songs are often epic in character and include By the Time I Get to Phoenix; Up, Up and Away; Didn't We; Wichita Lineman and Galveston. MacArthur Park (1968) was unlike anything that had gone before it. Running at over 7 minutes, it is 2 or 3 times the length of most pop songs and has an extended orchestral interlude. Richard Harris' seminal recording topped the music charts in Europe, while peaking at number two on the U.S. charts. Philip Sparke has made this excellent arrangement for brass band, which is sure to become a regular feature on your concert programme.Duration: 07:30

    Estimated dispatch 7-14 working days

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  • £37.95

    MacArthur Park (Score and Parts) - Jim Webb arr. Jack Peberdy

    Perhaps Jim Webb's biggest hit is given the full brass band treatment by Jack Peberdy.

    Estimated dispatch 5-7 working days
  • £49.20

    MacArthur Park - Jim Webb - Alan Fernie

    Estimated dispatch 5-14 working days

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    Eloise - Brass Band - LM368

    COMPOSER: Paul RyanARRANGER: David BealISMN :979-0-57000-368-6UK SALES ONLYSuperb Opener or closer for your next Concert!PROGRAMME NOTESBarry Ryan - 1968"Eloise" is a song first released in 1968 on theMGMlabel.It was sung byBarry Ryan, and written by histwinbrotherPaul Ryan.Running for over five minutes, it features strongorchestration,melodramaticvocals, and a brief slowinterlude.It sold three million copies worldwide,and reached No. 2 in theUK Singles Chartas published byRecord Retailer,but hit No. 1 in theNMEandMelody Makercharts.It topped the chart in 17 countries,including Italy,the Netherlandsand Australia.The single was released as "Barry Ryan with the Majority".The Majority were a pop band, who for a period, were the backing band for Ryanand who, after renaming to Majority One, had some success in Europe.Ryan also released an Italian-language version of the song,"Eloise (Versione Italiana)", in 1968.After not being able to cope with the success of some of his hits as a duo with Barry,Paul decided to take a step away from the limelight and to concentrate on songwriting."Eloise" was the second song he wrote and was influenced byRichard Harris'arrangement of "MacArthur Park"after listening to a rough mix of it at a party at Harris' house.After listening to it, Paul locked himself away and wrote "Eloise" in three days.The Damned - 1986In January 1986, the non-album single "Eloise",a cover version of the 1968 hit byBarry Ryan,was a No.3 chart success in the UK,the band's highest chart placing to date.

    Estimated dispatch 3-5 working days