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  • £21.50

    Burn - Ellie Goulding - John Lee/G Somerset

    Seen as one of Ellie Goulding’s more radio friendly singles, the track became an instant hit and held the number one spot in the UK charts for three consecutive weeks. The continuous driving rhythms underneath the melodic lines mean the work lends itself well to the Brass Band medium. With the track growing in popularity across the world, this release shows off the versatility of a brass band perfectly and will find favour with younger audiences and players.

    In stock: Estimated delivery 1-2 days

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    Burn - Ellie Goulding

    Estimated delivery 12-14 days
  • £64.50

    Auld Lang Syne - Burn - Barton

    Estimated delivery 10-14 days

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  • £34.95

    Half a Six-Pence (Brass Band set) - Street, Allan

    Includes:This is My WorldHalf-a-SixpenceShe's Too Far Aove MeMoney to BurnIf the Rains Got to FallFlash Bang WallopThis set includes a condensed score

    Estimated delivery 12-14 days
  • £34.95

    232.778C - Paul McGhee

    ‘232.778?C’ was written during October 2016 and is a musical homage and reaction to Ray Bradbury’s ‘Farenheit 451’ and the illustrations of the novel by Ralph Steadman. It received its premiere on Sunday 20 th November at the 40 th Brass in Concert Championships at the Sage, Gateshead.‘232.778?C’ is the temperature at which paper will burn without the use of an accelerant. As the music begins with a spark the flames begin to grow, adding all that they encounter to their flame. Fire engine sirens can be heard through the mayhem and the dynamic and dissonance intensifies as the calls and screams of ‘London’s Burning’ begin to shriek from all directions. The music continues to grow in intensity until the flames have consumed everything, and all that remains are the crumbled ruins of all that was once there.

    Estimated delivery 3-5 days
  • £40.00

    Alchemists' Fire - Lucy Pankhurst

    An original composition from Lucy Pankhurst and Winner of the 2011 John Golland Award, receiving its premiere at the RNCM Festival of Brass that same year.It is a complex, energetic and invigorating major work for brass band, and one which rightly demands attention through its intricate scoring, impact-making effects and bubbling brilliance!Comments from the composer on the work’s title and its multi-purpose influence and inspiration upon her composition:“The phrase “Alchemists’ Fire” has several possible connotations:Firstly, Alchemists' Fire is a magical weapon featured in the Dungeons & Dragon role playing game. It is a potion, so can be used to splash, throw or pour onto a target, dealing fire damage if it hits successfully.The second possible meaning comes from an historical source, where it was also known as Greek Fire, from which the D&D element takes its influence. This was an incendiary weapon used by the Byzantine Empire, typically used in naval battles to great effect, as it could continue to burn on water. It provided a technological advantage and was responsible for many key Byzantine victories. The manufacture of this 'fire' was kept a deadly secret; so much so that the formula was eventually lost and contemporary scientists and historians can only speculate at what the chemical make-up might have been.The final implication is a much more visual and sensory concept; that of the fire actually used by the Alchemist in his work - raging, dangerous and white-hot. Some sections of the work reflect the idea of 'magic' and ongoing experiments, some successful, some failing dangerously, in a cacophony of pops, fizzes and explosions amidst furious heat and brief moments of calm as the fire slowly cools, sizzling with residual components and elemental energy.”

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  • £38.50

    A Slaidburn Festival Overture - Stoll, B

    In 1997, all of the students who were undertakingthe BA Band Studies Course atAccrington & Rossendale College, werecommissed by the Slaidburn Band to composea suitable piece of music to mark itscentenary in 1998.  As a result, Beverley Ann Stoll wrote theoverture as a tribute to both WilliamRimmer and Joseph Hodgson. The overturebriefly features the musical themes ofthe March "Slaidburn" and the unaffectedpoignant harmonies of the hymn tune"Burn Fell".Youth Band

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  • £34.95

    Half a Sixpence Selections - David Heneker

    Includes: This Is My World; Half-A-Sixpence; She's Too Far Above Me; Money to Burn; If the Rains Got to Fall; Flash, Bang, Wallop!; Long Ago.

    Estimated delivery 12-14 days