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    Triumph Series Band Journal March 2014 Numbers 1247-1250

    No.1247 March - Spirit of Darwin (Noel Jones)This march was written as a tribute to Majors Hilton and Wilga Morris for the wonderful ministry they provided as reginal officers. It includes two well-known Salvation Army songs; 'Ever is the War Cry, Victory, Victory!' and'O My Heart is Full of Music and of Gladness'.No. 1248 Duke Street Variations (Andrew Mackereth)A set of variations on the well-known tune 'Duke Street', written at the request of Young People's Bandleader Andrew Laird for the centenary weekend of the Clydebank YP Band in 2012. No.1249 Prelude - Thank you, Lord (David Rowsell)A prelude based on the chorus 'Thank you , Lord for saving my soul'.No. 1250 Turn Your Eyes Upon Jesus (Howard Davies)A setting of the well-loved melody 'Turn your eyes upon nJesus', which also incorporates the tune 'Open our eyes, Lord'.

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    General Series Band Journal December 2017 Numbers 2174-2177

    Festival March - Stowmarket 125 (Steven Ponsford)This festival march is traditional in style, abounds in energy and features the lesser known chorus 'In that city built four square' which the corps at Stowmarket have featured through the years.At the cross (Paul Sharman)This meditation was originally written for the Disciples of the Cross commissioning and features 'To thy cross, I come Lord', 'At the cross where I first saw the light' and other melodic references to 'The Cross of Christ' are also found within.Flugel Horn Solo How deep the fathers love (Andrew Mackereth)The beautiful contemporary song has been set in a developed Flugel Horn Solo which should have an instant appeal to both soloist and band.Evry time I feel the spirit (Dean Jones)The classic spiritual is given an up-tempo feel and has been featured by the International Staff Band in recent programmes.

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    Triumph Series Band Journal November 2017 Numbers 1291-1294

    March – The Galtonian (Nicholas Samuel)Dedicated to the Cambridge Citadel Band (Canada) in which the composer is the Corps Officer this march features 'We bring the sacrifice of praise', 'Ode to Newfoundland' and 'Happy Song'. The Galtonian is based on ‘Galt’ being the historical region of Cambridge.Entry – Thank you! (Erik Silfverberg)This work provides a different and inventive way to open festivals with the popular tune of 'Thank you!'Beside the sea (of Galilee) (Andrew Mackereth)This strong, powerful setting on the tune 'Lakeside' portrays many emotive responses and will be an excellent addition to the repertoire.March – Forever with the Lord! (Eiliv Herikstad)This rousing march features the tune 'Forever with the Lord' and evokes the style of the Salvationist composer Erik Leidzen.

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    Triumph Series Band Journal March 2016 Numbers 1271 - 1274

    No. 1271 Disciples of the cross (Andrew Mackereth)No. 1272 Because he lives (arr. Kenneth Downie)No. 1273 Cornet (Flugel) Solo - Tumblin' Down (Keith Manners)No. 1274 Selection - Come, Holy Spirit (Noel Jones)

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    General Series Band Journal August 2014 Numbers 2134-2137

    No. 2134 Festival March - Troops Salute (Paul Sharman)Written to mark the retirement of Major John Mott as Bandmaster of the Household Troops Band in 2010, this march features the tunes 'Are you washed?' and 'There's only one flag for me'. No. 2135 Songs of Salvation (Andrew Mackereth)This piece was written for Haaglanden Band in the Netherlands and contains some old Salvation Army Songs; 'Ring the bell, watchman' (T.B. 776), 'Make no delay' (T.B.730), 'Room for Jesus' (T.B. 395), 'Tell me the old, old story' (T.B. 265) and 'Praise God, I'm saved' (T.B. 770).No. 2136 Shepherd's Carol (Dean Jones arr. Kenneth Downie)Originally published in November 1955, this lovely carol was written by father and son, Dean and Henry Goffin, both of whom were Salvation Army officers. Commissioner Sir Dean Goffin was awarded his kinghthood in the Queen's Honours list of 1983No. 2137 On High! (Martin Cordner)Taking its inspiration from the world of rock music, this piece features the song, 'Lord, I lift your name on high'.

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    Unity Series Band Journal February 2013 Numbers 402 - 405

    No.402 Procession and praise (Andrew Mackereth)Written for an event at Belfast Citadel in November 2011, the tunes included were chosen by the youthful participants themselves!No.403 Suite - Learn, love and Live (Martin Cordner)Written for one of the bands at the 2011 Belfast Temple Music School, the three movements of this suite feature the songs 'Come Fill my cup', 'Such love' and 'Running over' respectively.No.404 Trombone Solo - You can't stop God (Kevin Larsson)Kevin Larsson has take one of his father's tunes and arranged it in the style of a Cuban bolero with the instruction that it is played at 100 beats per minute, or slower!No.405 March - The King's people (Trevor Davis)This march was written for the 125th anniversary of Loughborough Corps and is based on the song 'Come, people of the risen King' which was a particular favourite of the corps.

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    Judd: Salsalvation

    In writing this piece I set out to emulate the sound of the Stan Kenton big band and music of that 'golden' era. The piece itself is based around two Salvation Army tunes that are associated with the word, 'salvation'; Steadily forward march! (T.B. 799) and Hark, hark, my soul (T.B.542).The music is intentionally flamboyant and requires a secure grasp of the style and rhythm to be successful. It was featured at the Belfast Temple Music School to great effect.Andrew Mackereth

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    Triumph Series Band Journal March 2012 Numbers 1223-1226

    No.1223 March - Joyful News (Ray Steadman-Allen)the composer freeli admits that it was probably 'doodling' on the piano that prompted this march! The title is linked to one of the incorporated tunes, 'My bonnie lies over the ocean' which, in The Salvation Army, is linked to the words, 'God's love is as high as the heavens'. In style, the march has a light swing feel.No.1224 Song Setting - Ask the Saviour (Michael Davis)A setting of the well-known melody, 'Yield not to temptation'.No.1225 Song Arrangement - Jesus Came! (Howard Davis)An arrangement of an old Salvation Army song, 'Jesus came with peace to me, His strong arm was stretched to me, Then my burden took from me - My Saviour'.No.1226 Processional - Shine on us (James Wright adapted by Andrew Mackereth)This bolero-style setting of Michael W Smith's anthem was originally made for s wedding at Sheffield Citadel. It was subsequently adapted for use at the Belfast Temple Music School when players entered the arena in groups, through several entrances, playing from memory.

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    Triumph Series Band Journal November 2011 Numbers 1219-1222

    No.1219 March Medley - Heavenward (William Gordon)A variety of songs are used in this up-tempo march medley which potrays the celebration of a life looking forward to an eternity in Heaven. The tunes used are 'When we all get to Heaven', 'When the roll is called up yonder' and 'We shall win'.No.1220 Garden of my heart (Terry Camsey)The publication of this music is, in a small part, a fitting tribute to Major Terry Camsey who was Promoted to Glory in June 2011. The title is taken from the refrain from a much-loved Sidney Cox song; 'Jesus, Jesus, Lily of the valley, Bloom in all thy beauty in the garden of my heart'.No.1221 My life, my all (Andrew Mackereth)This selection attempts to emphasise the personal nature of Christian commitment hence the emphasis given to the words 'my' and 'I' in the songs chosen. The tunes 'Rockingham', 'All I have I am bringing to thee' and 'At thy feet I bow adoring' are included.No.1222 Tenor Horn Solo - You love me (Brian Willetts arr. Paul Sharman)This arrangement was made at the request of David Lynch, Solo Horn player in The International Staff Band. Originally published in April 1993, the song speaks of the fact that, despite the wonder and vastness of God's creation, he still loves each one of us individually.

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    DELIBERATE (Brass Band Set) - Andrew Mackereth

    So that there is no doubt about the correct pronunciation, the title of this festival (concert) march means 'to think about'! It was written in 2010 for the Belfast Temple Music School and recalls a particularly impressive open-air meeting from the previous year's school. The main theme heard is 'Onward, Christian soldiers' while there is also reference to 'A mighty fortress is our God'.

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