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    You'd be so nice to come home to - Cole Porter - Len Jenkins

    This sideways glance at the Cole Porter masterpiece written for the 1943 film 'Something to shout about', is arranged to feature the flugel and tenor horns, and comprises an up-tempo romp through several variations upon the main theme. Everyone in the Band is kept busy throughout, and a strong rhythmic pulse keeps the music very definitely alive!

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    Show Me The Way To Go Home - Hal Swain and Irvin King - Adrian Horn

    This band feature begins as only a drinking song could do, with a trombone trio taking the lead! The song was composed by the English song writing team, James Campbell and Reginald Connelly under their pseudonyms, Hal Swain and Irvin King during a train journey, prior to which, they had enjoyed a few drinks! Arranged by Adrian Horn originally for the Poynton Band, this is a great showcase arrangement of a modern classic featuring all sections of the band and giving the soloists a chance to shine. Great entertainment value.

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    Bring Him Home - Claude-Michel Schonberg - Andi Cook

    This publication needs very little introduction as it has, for over thirty years, been a firm favourite across the globe as one of the stand out numbers from the musical, 'Les Miserables'. This brand new arrangement has been done for the Grimethorpe Colliery Band and their Soprano Cornet player, Kevin Crockford, who has recorded the work for the band's new upcoming CD to be released later this year. Andi Cook has given us a faithful recreation of the original that both soloists and audiences will love. A must for all Soprano Players.

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    Marching to Glory - Ruben Schmidt

    This energetic piece focusses on the Christian's life goal of 'marching home to Glory' which is described in the first verse of William James Pearson's song.We are marching home to Glory, Marching up to mansions bright,Where bright golden harps are playing,Where the saints are robed in white.There's a golden harp in Glory,There's a spotless robe for you;March with us to the hallelujah city,To the land beyond the blue.

    Estimated delivery 12-14 days
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    Marching to Glory (Brass Band - Score and Parts) - Schmidt, Ruben

    This energetic piece focusses on the Christian's life goal of 'marching home to Glory' which is described in the first verse of William James Pearson's song.

    Estimated delivery 12-14 days
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    Marching to Glory (Brass Band - Score only) - Schmidt, Ruben

    This energetic piece focusses on the Christian's life goal of 'marching home to Glory' which is described in the first verse of William James Pearson's song.

    Estimated delivery 12-14 days
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    Home to Our Mountains - Verdi, G

    Includes a full band set (no score)Duet for Cornet and Euphonium

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    The Victory Club - Gavin Somerset

    Composed for the Stocksbridge Brass Band of Sheffield, this fast lively concert March gets its name from the club that the band rehearsed in. Written for the opening of the band's concerts at the "Victory Club" which was also home to the Stocksbridge Band Club (now, the City of Sheffield Band Club), where the weekly concerts have grown more and more in popularity.

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    Coming Home (Brass Band - Score and Parts) - Downie, Kenneth

    The arranger has described Coming Home! as music of reconciliation. In a world of conflict, at both national and personal level, it would be good to think that this music could bring a message of hope and resolution of problems for people who are hurting. It is a setting of Will Lamartine Thompson's melody to his own words beginning 'Softly and tenderly Jesus is calling'. The chorus starts 'Come home, come home! Ye who are weary,come home!'. The rising interval of a fifth is always associated with the words 'Come home'. It is the arrangers hope that the gentle and moving nature of this music will create for all listeners, whether or not they possess religious faith, a spirit of harmony and reconciliation.

    Estimated delivery 12-14 days