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    A Wesley Hymn

    A small meditation based on a theme attributed to John Wesley, the founder of the Methodist movement. Whilst Johns brothers Charles and Samuel Jr. are most famous for their hymns, John often transcribed hymns and texts to pieces for worship (especially those of Germanic origin) Whether this melody is entirely John's is unknown, however the beautiful text that this is set to most certainly is: "May we this life improve, To morn for errors past; And live this short, revolving day, As if it were our last."

    In stock: Estimated delivery 1-2 days
  • £44.95

    Song Of The Eternal (Brass Band - Score and Parts) - Condon, Leslie

    A Leslie Condon masterpiece, that attempts to comment in sound on the first chapter of St. John's Gospel incorporating the creation, the coming of Christ, and the Atonement.

    Estimated delivery 12-14 days
  • £22.50

    Song Of The Eternal (Brass Band - Score only) - Condon, Leslie

    A Leslie Condon masterpiece, that attempts to comment in sound on the first chapter of St. John's Gospel incorporating the creation, the coming of Christ, and the Atonement.

    Estimated delivery 12-14 days
  • £44.95

    SONG OF THE ETERNAL (Brass Band Set) - Leslie Condon

    A Leslie Condon masterpiece, that attempts to comment in sound on the first chapter of St. John's Gospel incorporating the creation, the coming of Christ, and the Atonement.

    Estimated delivery 12-14 days
  • £58.70

    Your Song - Elton John - John Philip Hannevik

    "Your Song" written by the duo Elton John / Bernie Taupin, was first released in 1970 on Elton Johns second studio album.It has become one of his most popular songs, and was ranked as number 137 on Rolling Stones list of "The 500 greatest Songs of All Time".The song is also inducted into "The Grammy Hall of Fame".

    Estimated delivery 10-14 days

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    Inchcolm

    “Inchcolm” is an island in the Forth estuary first visited by St Columba in 567 and mentioned in Shakespeare’s Macbeth. The ruins of Columba’s abbey are regularly shrouded in mist and bring with it a flavour of mystery and legend. Composer and distinguished French horn player Terry Johns (Drac to his friends) was commissioned to write this work for Superbrass and their water influenced 2nd album, “Brass Taps”. Drac requested that he be allowed to write a solo feature with a “proper” tune for horn. Kingdom Brass in Scotland has recently premiered “Inchcolm” in its new brass band form and the solo part is playable by either a tenor or french horn player.Duration: 5 minutes.Percussion: 3 players playing timpani, glockenspiel, triangle, pair of cymbals and suspended cymbal.Grade 3: Medium 1st and 2nd Section Bands

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    Laughter In The Rain - Sedaka & Cody - Len Jenkins

    In America, this was Neil Sedaka's comeback single. Whilst he had 11 Top-40 hits from 1960-1963, he could not score a hit after the British Invasion of the 60's. His fortunes were such in America that this song was at first released only in England, where it went to No. 15. However, whilst recording with 10cc in London, Sedaka reconnected with his friend Elton John who offered to put out a Sedaka single in America under his own record label, Rocket Records. Since "Laughter In The Rain" was already a hit in the UK, that was the choice, and anything with Elton John's name on it was sure to get some spins. So, later in 1974, "Laughter" was released on Rocket Records with liner notes and endorsements by Elton, and the song took off, becoming his second million-seller 12 years after his first, which was "Breaking Up Is Hard To Do."

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    Off Duty - John Dankworth - Len Jenkins

    The late John Dankworth (1927-2010) made a string of recordings in the 1960s that have since come to be regarded as some of the finest British jazz of their time. Amongst these is his composition 'Off Duty' which was recorded in the 1960s when the influence of pop and rock on jazz was at its height and instruments such as the bass guitar were beginning to be incorporated into jazz's vocabulary. At this time and almost subconsciously, a Dankworth 'pop' style also evolved. This was a balanced marriage between jazz and pop which is here demonstrated in 'Off Duty' thanks to the ingenious and original orchestration by John Dankworth, and the faithful arrangement for Brass Band by one of his fans, Len Jenkins. The title is interesting as John loved to play with words. 'Off Duty' could mean relaxing away from work, but could also carry the implication of something not attracting taxation.... a sort of 'duty-free'. About the same time, the Dave Brubeck Quartet produced the seminal 'Take Five'... so could this be John's take on that title, suggesting a short break? Which meaning fits best for you? The piece would best suit the capabilities of a brass band playing at the standard of Third Section or above.

  • £44.95

    Song Of The Eternal - Leslie Condon

    A Leslie Condon masterpiece, that attempts to comment in sound on the first chapter of St. John's Gospel incorporating the creation, the coming of Christ, and the Atonement.

    Estimated delivery 12-14 days
  • £26.00

    Glory Hallelujah - KADLEC, Jirka (Arr.)

    John's Brown Song

    Estimated delivery 10-14 days

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