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    SOMEONE LIKE YOU (Brass Band) - Wildhorn, Frank - Wormald, Christopher

    from Jekyll and Hyde. Grade: Easy

    Estimated delivery 12-14 days

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    SOMEONE LIKE YOU (Brass Band) - Bernaerts, Frank

    Grade: medium.

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    Someone Like You - Adele Adkins

    Reduced Brass Band Instrumentation without Repiano, 2nd Horn in Eb, 2nd Trombone (extra parts are included in the set to cover these parts if required)No.71 in the Easy Brass Band series

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    Someone Like You - Frank Wildhorn

    from the musical Jekyll and Hyde

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    Like a Child - Andreas Schulte

    The young have the future. This is the statement made at the beginning of 'Like a Child' by Andreas Ludwig Schulte. The opening radiates strength and ambition, but one is also made to wonder which direction will be chosen, which choices will have to be made.After the introduction the first steps on the path of life are taken, still somewhat unsteadily (the 3/4th time used illustrates this uncertainty). However, the child has now set off and will meet the future with an open mind, unafraid, even though experience will teach it how easily it can be hurt.Fortunately, it is sometimes allowed to be vulnerable and it discovers there will always be someone to offer shelter, support and love. (Adagio) The last part breathes a far greater independence. Youth is able to face the future, it can even take on the whole world!

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    Klabb - Oyvind Moe

    Klabb was written in 2010 for the brass band at Manger Folkehogskule and conductor Bjorn Sagstad. The piece consists of a series of short related episodes based on the whole-tone scale, but intermittently tending towards traditional "major" tonality. "Klabb" can refer to punching someone - and the piece is certainly meant to pack a punch - but the common meaning of the word comes from snow clumping to the undersides of skis, or more generally, something that makes for laborious progress. The whole-tone scale is directionless in that it has no implicit pull towards a tonal center, complicating the creation of meaningful and believable harmonic development. In this respect, the title can be seen as the composer's expression of frustration with his own choice of basic material (it seemed like a good idea at the time ...). For the performers, the unusual fingering combinations are what constitute the "klabb". Good luck, and don't forget to wax!

    Estimated delivery 10-14 days