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  • £34.95

    How Can I Keep from Singing (Cornet Solo with Brass Band - Score and Parts)

    A beautiful arrangement of the traditional hymn for cornet soloist with brass band. Originally arranged for Virtuosi GUS Band & former Principal Cornet of Grimethorpe Colliery Band, James Fountain.

    Estimated delivery 12-14 days
  • £35.00

    Love of My Life - BRASS BAND & FLEXI EDITION

    ABOUT THIS PIECE: From the album 'A Night at the Opera', this sentimental ballad was written by Freddie Mercury. Mercury never publicly disclosed the song's muse. This arrangement, originally written for solo cornet and full brass band, is now available for flexi ensemble with soloist. ENSEMBLE: Full brass band & flexi ensemble (for 6 players [soloist and quintet] to full band)WHEN YOU BUY THIS PRODUCT, YOU GET: Printed full score and parts for cornet soloist and full brass band (by post)PDF FLEXI EDITION arrangement for 6 players (soloist and quintet) to full band and any combination in between (by email)LEVEL: This piece is ideal for all bands. LISTEN HERE:

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  • £51.00

    Atlantic Zephyrs (Trombone Solo with Brass Band - Score and Parts) - Simons, Gardell - Wilkinson, Keith M.

    Soloist, composer and teacher Gardell Simons (1878 - 1945) achieved national prominence as trombone soloist with the Sousa Band. He later successfully made the transition to the orchestral world and became principal trombone in the Cleveland Orchestra as well as being professor of trombone at the Curtis Institute Of Music in Philadelphia.This solo dates from 1915 and describes the soft, gentle breezes of Summer. Maybe the atmosphere surrounding the many outdoor concerts in which the composer performed were his inspiration. This brass band arrangement was prepared at the request of Brett Baker for his visit to perform with Brass Band Of The Western Reserve, musical director Dr Keith M Wilkinson, in May 2010.

    Estimated delivery 12-14 days

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  • £29.99

    Crimson Moon (Brass Band - Score and Parts) - Vail, Dale

    Crimson Moon is a work written for Solo Trombone and Brass Band. The work was inspired by a red moon that appeared over Wellington in 2014. Crimson Moon depicts a fictional theory that the colour was caused by a raging fire on the moon's surface. The trombone soloist is a pair of eyes experiencing the phenomenon first hand, depicting the sights, excitement, and adrenalin that could be invoked by such an event. The band is the environment around the soloist, unpredictable and exciting.

    Estimated delivery 12-14 days
  • £61.50

    Dreamsong (Euphonium Solo with Brass Band) - Sparke, Philip

    Dreamsong was commissioned by Geir Ulseth and the Nidaros Brass Band from Trondheim, Norway. After a short introduction, the soloist introduces a rather nostalgic melody, accompanied by the lower brass parts. A fast central section is then played by the band, which leads to a climax. Eventually, the main melody played by the solo cornet and flugel horn returns, overlaid with an ornamented counter-melody from the soloist, who then closes the piece with a short cadenza. Duration: 4.30

    Estimated delivery 12-14 days

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  • £69.95

    HORN CONCERTO (Gregson) (Horn Solo with Brass Band) - Gregson, Edward

    Horn in F/E flat with Brass BandComposed in 1971 for Ifor James, the Concerto for French Horn and Band revealed some of those elements that have made Gregson’s music so popular with audiences (and not just brass band audiences) worldwide: the boldness of his melodies, with the interval of the fourth revealing his admiration for the music of Paul Hindemith; his incisive rhythms, betraying the influence of another favourite composer, B?la Bart?k; an admirable economy of means; and the clarity of his scoring.Each of the Concerto’s three movements displays a different facet of the French Horn’s character. The first is serious, symphonic in impulse, the rising fourths of the opening gesture giving the music an almost Germanic weight. In the slow movement, the soloist becomes the first among equals, sharing with the cornet soloist some typically haunting melodies. The lyrical flow is interrupted at the mid-point by mysterious, fleet-of-foot cadenzas. A rondo finale brings the concerto to a lighthearted conclusion. The rising fourths here are the impulse for a jaunty theme which reveals another of Gregson’s early influences – William Walton, and in particular that composer’s Partita for orchestra.

    Estimated delivery 12-14 days
  • £69.95

    In League with Extraordinary Gentlemen (Euphonium Solo with Brass Band) - Graham, Peter

    Concerto for EuphoniumIn League with Extraordinary Gentlemen combines two of composer Peter Graham's life interests - composition and 19th century popular fiction. Each of the concerto’s three movements takes its musical inspiration from extraordinary characters who have transcended the original genre and have subsequently found mass audiences through film, television and comic book adaptations.The first movement follows a traditional sonata form outline with one slight modification. The order of themes in the recapitulation is reversed, mirroring a plot climax in the H.G. Wells novella The Time Machine (where the protagonist, known only as The Time Traveller, puts his machine into reverse bringing the story back full circle).The Adventure of the Final Problem is the title of a short story published in The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes by Arthur Conan Doyle. This is an account of the great detective’s final struggle with his long-time adversary Professor Moriarty at the Reichenbach Falls in Switzerland. The music takes the form of a slowed down l?ndler (a Swiss/Austrian folk dance) and various acoustic and electronic echo effects call to mind the alpine landscape. The final bars pose a question paralleling that of Conan Doyle in the story – have we really seen the last of Sherlock Holmes?The final movement, The Great Race, (available separately) follows Phileas Fogg on the last stage of his epic journey “Around the World in Eighty Days” (from the novel by Jules Verne). The moto perpetuo nature of the music gives full rein to the soloist’s technical virtuosity. As the work draws to a conclusion, the frantic scramble by Fogg to meet his deadline at the Reform Club in Pall Mall, London, is echoed by the soloist’s increasingly demanding ascending figuration, set against the background of Big Ben clock chimes.In League with Extraordinary Gentlemen was first performed in the brass band version by David Thornton and the Black Dyke Band, conductor Nicholas Childs, at the RNCM Concert Hall Manchester on January 30, 2009.

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    Concerto for Trombone (with brass band) - Andrew Duncan

    Andrew Duncan composed this extraordinary solo for trombone with brass band accompaniment for his friend and trombone virtuoso, Andrew Berryman.This piece is a true showcase for the soloist across three movements – Allegro, Lullaby and Rondo.The outer movements demonstrate the technical skill of the soloist, whilst the slow movement (Lullaby) displays the beautiful lyrical style of the Trombone.Look and Listen (courtesy of Thomas Callaux and Brassage Brass Band):Discography: Concerto for Trombone has been recorded byAndrew Berryman (English Landscapes)Brett Baker (Bakers Dozen)Jacques Mauger (Reflections of Freedom)Concerto for Trombone is suitable for advanced trombone players and is also available with piano accompaniment.

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  • £29.95

    Before The Cross (Cornet Solo with Brass Band - Score and Parts) - Gregson, Edward

    Written at the request of David Daws for his solo album The Sound of David Daws, this meditation for cornet and brass band uses the composer's own song Before the cross (originally published in The Musical Salvationist, April 1965), the first lines of which are Before the cross I stand in fear and wonder, and see that all my sirs on Thee are laid. The song was written at an early stage of the composer's career, just before commencing study at The Royal Academy of Music, London. After a brief introduction the melody is heard twice, first played by the soloist, then on Euphonium and Flugel Horn with the soloist adding ornate counterpoint before taking up the melody once again, this time leading to a quiet and reflective conclusion.

    Estimated delivery 12-14 days
  • £14.95

    Before The Cross (Cornet Solo with Brass Band - Score only) - Gregson, Edward

    Written at the request of David Daws for his solo album The Sound of David Daws, this meditation for cornet and brass band uses the composer's own song Before the cross (originally published in The Musical Salvationist, April 1965), the first lines of which are Before the cross I stand in fear and wonder, and see that all my sirs on Thee are laid. The song was written at an early stage of the composer's career, just before commencing study at The Royal Academy of Music, London. After a brief introduction the melody is heard twice, first played by the soloist, then on Euphonium and Flugel Horn with the soloist adding ornate counterpoint before taking up the melody once again, this time leading to a quiet and reflective conclusion.

    Estimated delivery 12-14 days