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    General Series 2158-2161 (August 2016)

    2158This piece was written, at the request of Staff Bandmaster Ken Waterworth, for the Melbourne Staff Band. Based on the hymn tune 'Luckington', this music is a paean of praise to the Lord of all creation. The choice of tune was made because of the words of the opening line of the verse, 'Let all the world in every corner sing: My God and King!'2159An exciting collection of well-known Christmas carols, originally written as a concert opener2160This march refers to a number of Christmas carols starting with a few bars of Hark! The herald angels sing followed by fragments of Joy to the world! Before James R. Murray's Den himmelske lovsang is presented in full.2161Although the title derives from the United States of America's much-neglected motto, the music is a journey through to total trust in God. The tunes featured are 'In thee, O Lord, do I put my trust' leading to 'Trust in God'. Increasingly calm music leads to the more recent song 'In Christ alone, I place my trust'. The music ends with a brief reference to 'In Thee, O Lord, do I put my trust' now in a mood of calm assurance.

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    GREAT SALVATION WAR, The (Brass Band Set) - James Curnow

    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 delivery 12-14 days
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    The Great Salvation War (Brass Band - Score and Parts) - Curnow, James

    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 delivery 12-14 days
  • £22.50

    The Great Salvation War (Brass Band - Score only) - Curnow, James

    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 delivery 12-14 days
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    A Gift from Me - David Chaulk

    This setting of Richard Slater's hymn tune, to which we associate the words "I have not much to give Thee Lord", was originally conceived in the mid 80's and was recently rediscovered during the arranger's annual spring clean of his garage. There are a range of influences from Eric Satie to jazz to some of the arranger's favourite film composers.

    Estimated delivery 12-14 days
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    A Gift from Me (Brass Band - Score and Parts) - Chaulk, David

    This setting of Richard Slater's hymn tune, to which we associate the words "I have not much to give Thee Lord", was originally conceived in the mid 80's and was recently rediscovered during the arranger's annual spring clean of his garage. There are a range of influences from Eric Satie to jazz to some of the arranger's favourite film composers.

    Estimated delivery 12-14 days
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    Favourite Marches and Hymn Settings of The Salvation Army

    Marches include: Amsterdam Congress; A.R.C Centennial March; Balga Citadel; Brazil ‘75; Cairo Red Shield; California; Camp Fellowship; Cobham Hall; Croydon Citadel; Danforth Citadel; Etobicoke Youth; Hadleigh Camp; Hollinwood; In the King’s Service; Minneapolis IV; New Commission; Norwich Citadel; Powerpoint; Rosehill; Rousseau; South Coast; Spirit of Endeavour; The Fount; The Young Salvationist; Visitors Acclaimed; Victory Parade; Washington Salute 125; Wisbech Citadel; Zimbabwe Centenary.Hymns include: A Gaelic Blessing; Amazing Grace!; As the Deer; Be Still for the Presence of the Lord; Blacow; Come, Beautiful Christ; Deep and Wide; Deep River; Fall Afresh; From Earth’s Confusion; He Cares for Me; I Know Thou Art Mine; I Love You, Lord; I Need Thee; I Vow to Thee, My Country; I Will Enter His Gates; In Perfect Peace; It is Jesus; Knowing You; Lift Up the Banner; Lord, With My All I Part; Make Me a Channel of Your Peace; Martyn; ‘Mid All the Traffic; Morning Star; Of Whom I Sing; People Need the Lord; Peter, James and John; Pie Jesu; Praise Him with Song!; Prayer of Childhood; Prayer of Thanksgiving; Reverie; Sacrament; Serenity; Share My Yoke; Someone Cares; Stand Up for Jesus!; Standing Somewhere in the Shadows; Swing Hosanna; The Pearl; The Reason; This is My Story; Thy Will to See; Whiter than the Snow; You Know that We Love You!.

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    Triumph Series Band Journal July 2017 Numbers 1287-1290

    March - AFB Celebrations (Steven Ponsford)Originally written for the 15th anniversary of the Aukland Fellowship Band this march abounds in energy. It features the traditional Maori tune 'Hine e Hine' and the ever popular song 'I’ll go in the strength of the Lord'.My Jesus I love thee (Kevin Downing)Having written a beautiful and thoughtful setting of this popular tune, this works introduces a new composer to our journals. Kevin Downing is a young American Salvationist and this piece was originally written for the National Capitol and Virginia Divisional Youth Band.Some day (1) (Kenneth Downie)A reflective yet lifting setting of the song as titled by Dr. Kenneth Downie.Trombone Solo – Silent Night (2) (David Rowsell)This is a simple setting which should be accessible for most Trombone Soloists to feature within the Christmas season.Christmas Bells (Noel Jones)This collection of carols features 'Sweet chiming Christmas bells, sweet chiming bells' and 'Ding dong merrily on high!'

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    MARCH OF THE HOURS (Brass Band Set) - Emil Soderstrom

    March of the Hours was first performed at Star Lake Music Camp in 1962 with the composer supplying an informative listening guide which was printed in the published score; "The phrases are of 12 crotchets each (three bars) signifying the 12 hours. Up to the trio, the music describes the headlong search for pleasure by the thoughtless. Abruptly, the trio brings 'I need thee every hour', but an episode employing the original theme pushes it aside until it reappears, this time against a background of chimes of the full hour (Westminster chimes). While the hour strikes 12, a paraphrase of the opening strains of 'When the trumpet of the Lord shall sound and time shall be no more' is heard. Here the music stops, to be followed by the trumpet sounding (cornets and trombones) and the rest of the band responds with 'When the roll is called up yonder' with a final 'I'll be there'."

    Estimated delivery 12-14 days
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    March Of The Hours (Brass Band - Score and Parts) - Soderstrom, Emil

    March of the Hours was first performed at Star Lake Music Camp in 1962 with the composer supplying an informative listening guide which was printed in the published score; "The phrases are of 12 crotchets each (three bars) signifying the 12 hours. Up to the trio, the music describes the headlong search for pleasure by the thoughtless. Abruptly, the trio brings 'I need thee every hour', but an episode employing the original theme pushes it aside until it reappears, this time against a background of chimes of the full hour (Westminster chimes). While the hour strikes 12, a paraphrase of the opening strains of 'When the trumpet of the Lord shall sound and time shall be no more' is heard. Here the music stops, to be followed by the trumpet sounding (cornets and trombones) and the rest of the band responds with 'When the roll is called up yonder' with a final 'I'll be there'."

    Estimated delivery 12-14 days