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    Saviour's Day - Chris Eaton - Len Jenkins

    Chris Eaton wrote "Saviour's Day" in October 1989 and took the original version of the song to a Christmas party to show Cliff Richard, despite having been told that his songs had already been selected for the following year. Nevertheless, they listened to the tape in Cliff's Rolls Royce. He liked it and predicted it could be a 'number one'. The following year it became just that; the second Christmas solo 'number one' for Cliff, following the success of "Mistletoe and Wine" in 1988. Since then it has variously been voted into lists of both the best and the most annoying Christmas songs. A music video of the song was filmed at Durdle Door near Swanage in Dorset, in warm, sunny September weather but with extras wearing winter clothes as if at Christmas. Enjoy!

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    NONE OTHER NAME (Brass Band Set) - Erik Leidzen

    None Other Name was written for the 1960 tour of England by the New York Staff Band of The Salvation Army and can justifiably be termed a classic of brass band repertoire. It is best described as a symphonic medley of six songs focused on the name of Christ; The Saviour's Name; Jesus is the Sweetest Name I know; There's a Wonderful Name, 'tis Jesus; He's the Lily of the Valley; Jesus, the Very Thought of Thee (St. Agnes); All Hal the Power of Jesus' Name (Diadem).

    Estimated delivery 5-10 days
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    None Other Name (Brass Band - Score and Parts) - Leidzen, Erik

    None Other Name was written for the 1960 tour of England by the New York Staff Band of The Salvation Army and can justifiably be termed a classic of brass band repertoire. It is best described as a symphonic medley of six songs focused on the name of Christ; The Saviour's Name; Jesus is the Sweetest Name I know; There's a Wonderful Name, 'tis Jesus; He's the Lily of the Valley; Jesus, the Very Thought of Thee (St. Agnes); All Hal the Power of Jesus' Name (Diadem).

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    None Other Name (Brass Band - Score only) - Leidzen, Erik

    None Other Name was written for the 1960 tour of England by the New York Staff Band of The Salvation Army and can justifiably be termed a classic of brass band repertoire. It is best described as a symphonic medley of six songs focused on the name of Christ; The Saviour's Name; Jesus is the Sweetest Name I know; There's a Wonderful Name, 'tis Jesus; He's the Lily of the Valley; Jesus, the Very Thought of Thee (St. Agnes); All Hal the Power of Jesus' Name (Diadem).

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    Triumph Series Band Journal July 2012 Numbers 1227 - 1230

    No. 1227 March - Carol Medley (Noel Jones)This march features three carols, 'God rest ye merry, gentlemen', Hark! The herald angels sing' and 'Deck the Hall' together with brief references to others in a medley form. A couple of these references are somewhat camoflaged which provides further interest.No. 1228 Euphonium Solo - The Saviour's Name (Erik Silfverberg)A setting of Jane Clarke's lovely melody set to familiar words, 'There is a name I love to hear'.No. 1229 (1) Carol Arrangement - While shepherds watched (David Rowsell)A four-verse setting of the 16th Century tune, 'Winchester Old' commonly associated with the carol, 'While shepherds watched their flocks by night'.No. 1229 (2) Song Arrangement - Time to be holy (Paul Sharman)This arrangement of George Cole Stebbins' tune was originally made for the 2010 World Youth Convention in Sweden, the theme of which was 'Time to be holy'.No. 1230 There is a redeemer (Kenneth Downie)Melody Green-Sievright's popular song, 'There is a redeemer' was first published in 1982, 30 years before the appearance of this new setting.

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