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    Wicked (Selections From) - Stephen Schwartz - Gavin Somerset

    Since 2003, this smash hit musical telling the untold stories of the witched of Oz, has been entertaining audiences across the globe. The show has achieved worldwide success and broken box office records for weekly-gross-takings in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, St. Louis, and London as well as holding the record for the biggest opening in the West End (?100,000 in its first hour on sale!) The music by Stephen Schwartz is a hit amongst audiences of all ages. Now, for the first time, the music is available for Brass Band in an arrangement personally approved by the composer. The arrangement by Gavin Somerset includes the well-known items "What Is The Feeling", "Dancing Through Life", "Popular" and the dazzling "Defying Gravity", of which "Defying Gravity" can be played as a stand-alone item, perfect for entertainments contests & encores etc. This is a feast of music, bringing variety to your concerts and a must for every bands library. To download the Solo Cornet part, please CLICK HERE . To download the Solo Horn part, please CLICK HERE . To download the Solo Euphonium part, please CLICK HERE . To download the playback audio to play along to, please RIGHT CLICK HERE & Save As .

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    Mars Attacks - Elfman, D - Phillips, L

    Tim Burton weaved his usual brand of zaniness throughout this film and his regular composer, Danny Elfman, created a humorous parody of early B movie sci-fi scores by his use of choir and two theremins – an early synthesizer (optional choir and synth. parts supplied). This arrangement features the music that accompanies the film’s horrific opening, a heard of burning cattle stampeding past a shocked family; the scoring here is dissonant and over-the-top with horror value. This is followed by Elfman’s quirky Main Title Theme which sees the Martian invasion force enroute to Earth – wicked and fiendish fun ensues.2nd section +

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    Faust - Phillip Littlemore

    Charles Gounod was given to extended bouts of professional lethargy, particularly when personal matters weighed heavily on his mind. So it was in 1869, when he struggled to meet the demands for the Paris revival of his opera Faust , written had been written some 10 years earlier. His original opera had met with both favourable reviews, including one from Berlioz, and a few harsh ones too—including a noteable one from Wagner. Despite some other early negative reviews, the opera grew in stature culminating in its Paris revival. As with French operatic tradition, a 15-minute ballet was inserted into Act V. However, the ballet music was almost not written—not by Gounod at least—as he was reluctant to put pen to paper. He asked the young Camille Saint-Sa?ns to pen something instead. Saint-Sa?ns agreed on the understanding that should Gounod write something suitable, he would replace it if he wished. According to Saint-Sa?ns he heard nothing more of it and never wrote a note! The ballet music appears in the Walpurgis Night revelries where legendary and heroic characters dance to music that is curiously uplifting and bouyant until the finale, also known as Phyn?’s Dance , where ominous sounds of wild and wicked celebrations from the underworld can be heard. This arrangement of the finale is a fitting piece for either a concert finisher or an encore. Item Code: TPBB-071 Duration: 2'30" Grade Suitable for all

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