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    Triumph Series Band Journal July 2011 Numbers 1215 - 1218

    No. 1215 March - Merthyr Tydfil No.34 (Paul Sharman)This march was written at the request of Bandmaster Howard Roberts to celebrate the 125th anniversary of Merthyr Tydfil Corps, corps number 34 in The Salvation Army. The tunes used have obvious Welsh connections wit 'Cwm Rhonnda' and 'Aberystwyth' being featured. 'Aberystwyth' was written by Joseph Parry who lived in Merthyr Tydfil for a while.No. 1216 Mambo - Mighty God (Steven Ponsford)Based on words from Isaiah 9, 'Mighty God' is a song of worship and assurance by Chris Bowater and helen and Mark Johnson. This arrangement will afford bands the opportunity to engage the audience into a lively segment of praise.No. 1217 Song Setting - Jesus, I come (Michael Davis)A setting of George C Stebbins' beautiful melody 'Out of my bondage'.No. 1218 O rock, all ye faithful (William Gordon)The Christmas carol 'O come, all ye faithful' is arranged here in a 'rock' style and includes references to other well known Christmas carols.

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    Triumph Series Band Journal March 2015 Numbers 1259 - 1262

    No. 1259 March - Divine Care (Eiliv Herikstad)The message of this march is 'God will take care of you!' The introduction reflects the beginning of the song, God will take care of you (T.B.C.S. 124), which is presented in full at sections C and D.No. 1260 (1) Cornet Solo - Become aware of him (Michael Davis)A setting for Cornet and band of Colonel Robert Redhead's song, Become aware of him, which was originally published in The Musical Salvationist.No. 1260 (2) Hymn Tune Arrangement - St Peter (David Rowsell)An arrangement of the tune, St Peter, associated with the song, In Christ there is no east or west.No. 1261 Song Arrangement - The deep love of Jesus (Andrew Blyth)The strong hymn tune of Ebenezer (T.B. 433) was composed by Welshman, Thomas John Williams (1869-1944), who served as organist and choir director at various churches in and around Llanelli. This arrangement is more relaxed in style than the original and attempts to convey the freedom of the verses mostly associated witht he tune by Samuel T. Francis (1835-1925) O deep, deep love of Jesus, vast, unmeasured, boundless, free.No. 1262 Everybody praise his holy name (Nicholas King)A bright arrangement by Nicholas King of Remco Hakkert's song, Praise his holy name.

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    Triumph Series Band Journal March 2017 Numbers 1283-1286

    March – Proud to serve (Ray Steadman-Allen)One of the last works written by Lt. Colonel Ray Steadman-Allen and dedicated to the Chatham Corps, this march was featured by the International Staff Band at the composers tribute evening at the Adrian Boult Hall in Birmingham in 2015. The tunes featured are 'By the pathway of duty' and 'Marching Along'.Song Setting – His Grace! (Noel Jones)Noel Jones has for many years provided music of an attractive and accessible nature. This beautiful setting of the Herbert Booth song 'The Penitent’s plea', along with touches of Major Howard Davies’ song 'The wonders of his grace' will be a powerful addition to any bands repertoire.Song Arrangement – Blood of the Lamb (Ian Feltwell)Here is a bright setting of the old tune 'Are you washed?' which will provide many with a popular item for festival use.March - Makeover (Andreas Holmund)A bright and attractive work by Swedish Salvationist composer Andreas Holmund brings a traditional march with excellent harmonic and melodic interest.

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    Triumph Series Band Journal July 2013 Numbers 1239 - 1242

    No. 1239 March - Moving Onward (Nicholas Samuel)This march, written by Lieutenant Nicholas Samuel includes the melody from the song The Challenge of the Future written for the 125th Corps Anniversary at Upper Norwood. Other songs included are There's power in the blood of the Lamb , Here is the place and Wonder-working power.No. 1240 Selerction - O for a heart whiter than snow (Noel Jones)Eliza Edmunds Hewitt's song 'O for a heart that is whiter than snow', forms the basis for this selection written by retired Bandmaster Noel Jones. Brief references are also made to the choruses 'Grace ther is my every debt to pay' and 'Take up thy cross and follow me.No. 1241(1) Cornet Solo - In the bleak mid-winter (Trevor Worthington)A setting for cornet and band of the tune 'Cranham', written by Gustav Holst, with which we associate the words of the well-loved popular Christmas Carol.No. 1241(2) Invocation for thanksgiving (David Rowsell)Invocation, by definition, means ' a call to worship'. This music will serve this purpose for any Harvest or Thanksgiving service, using the tune, 'Come, ye thankful people, come'.No. 1242 High and lifted up (Steven Ponsford)This is music of an exciting yet relaxed nature, and it is intended that this piece be used to inspire and to 'lift up' listeners and players alike. Based on Michael W Smith's contemporary worship song, 'Open the eyes of my heart', this also contains the song 'Holy, holy, holy', to the tune of Nicea.

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    Triumph Series Band Journal July 2015 Numbers 1263 - 1266

    No. 1263 March - Distant Travellers (Sam Creamer)With this Christmas march, we introduce a new contributor to our journals. Sam Creamer is a bandsman and songster at the Carindale Corps in Brisbane, Australia Eastern Territory. This march should prove a useful addition to the Christmas repertoire of many groups, as it features the well-known Christmas carols; When wise men come seeking (NCP 92) and While shepherds watched (NCP 93), as well as brief references to others.No. 1264 Suite - O, for a thousand horns (Erik Silfverberg)Bandmaster Erik Silfverberg OF has taken the song O for a thousand tongues by Charles Wesley, and has composed a suite in three movements with each of the movements exploring the sentiments of one of the verses. The tune Grimsby is heard in part throughout, but the majority of the musical material used is original.No. 1265 Song Arrangement - Beyond the sunset (Noel Jones)A three-verse setting of the song Beyond the sunset which speaks of the Christian's eternal home in Heaven.No. 1266 Carol Setting - Good Christian men, rejoice (Keith Manners)A bright setting of the well-known Christmas carol.

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    Triumph Series Band Journal March 2012 Numbers 1223-1226

    No.1223 March - Joyful News (Ray Steadman-Allen)the composer freeli admits that it was probably 'doodling' on the piano that prompted this march! The title is linked to one of the incorporated tunes, 'My bonnie lies over the ocean' which, in The Salvation Army, is linked to the words, 'God's love is as high as the heavens'. In style, the march has a light swing feel.No.1224 Song Setting - Ask the Saviour (Michael Davis)A setting of the well-known melody, 'Yield not to temptation'.No.1225 Song Arrangement - Jesus Came! (Howard Davis)An arrangement of an old Salvation Army song, 'Jesus came with peace to me, His strong arm was stretched to me, Then my burden took from me - My Saviour'.No.1226 Processional - Shine on us (James Wright adapted by Andrew Mackereth)This bolero-style setting of Michael W Smith's anthem was originally made for s wedding at Sheffield Citadel. It was subsequently adapted for use at the Belfast Temple Music School when players entered the arena in groups, through several entrances, playing from memory.

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    Triumph Series Band Journal November 2015 Numbers 1267 - 1270

    No. 1267 March - Following Jesus (Ian Clarke)For more than two thousand years, countless Christians, the world over, have chosen to follow Jesus and try to live by his teachings. The words associated with the three tunes used in this march follow that theme: Sagina (T.B. 498), I will follow thee, my Saviour (T.B. 378) and There's joy in following (T.B.C.S. 206).No. 1268 Cornet Solo - Keep that smile! (Kenneth Ketteringham)This light-hearted, waltz-like solo features an old Army song written by Bandmaster George Marshall and Staff-Captain A.R. Wiggins.No. 1269 Hymn Tune Arrangement - Rockingham (Erik Silfverberg)A four-verse setting of the hymn tune, Rockingham, associated with the song 'When I survey the wondrous cross' by Isaac Watts.No. 1270 Lifted High! (Dean Jones)A bright, joyful arrangement of the song, 'Lord, I lift your name on high' in a Caribbean style.

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    Triumph Series Band Journal July 2017 Numbers 1287-1290

    March - AFB Celebrations (Steven Ponsford)Originally written for the 15th anniversary of the Aukland Fellowship Band this march abounds in energy. It features the traditional Maori tune 'Hine e Hine' and the ever popular song 'Ill go in the strength of the Lord'.My Jesus I love thee (Kevin Downing)Having written a beautiful and thoughtful setting of this popular tune, this works introduces a new composer to our journals. Kevin Downing is a young American Salvationist and this piece was originally written for the National Capitol and Virginia Divisional Youth Band.Some day (1) (Kenneth Downie)A reflective yet lifting setting of the song as titled by Dr. Kenneth Downie.Trombone Solo Silent Night (2) (David Rowsell)This is a simple setting which should be accessible for most Trombone Soloists to feature within the Christmas season.Christmas Bells (Noel Jones)This collection of carols features 'Sweet chiming Christmas bells, sweet chiming bells' and 'Ding dong merrily on high!'

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    Triumph Series Band Journal November 2016 Numbers 1279-1282

    No. 1279 March - In the fellowship (Stephen Bulla)This march was written at the request of Bandmaster Jamie Hood who commissioned the piece for the 125th Anniversary of his home corps band at Basel 1 Corps. Within the march are two well-loved songs from the SA's Swiss song book, both of which are still sund frequently at the corps.No. 1280 Shout and sing! (Steven Ponsford)This light-hearted, lively piece of music is based on David Fellingham's song 'Shout for joy and sing your praises to the King'.No. 1281 (1) Sweet hour of prayer (trs. Doug Engle)Prayer offers us an opportunity to communicate with the Lord. The words of this hymn invite us to bring our concerns to a God who listens. As you listen to this arrangement, take time to reflect on how God has remained faithful through times of peace and distress.No. 1281 (2) The Lord bless you and keep you (arr. Andrew Wainwright)Peter Lutkin's beloved choral benediction is well known in vocal circles. Here it is given a simple treatment that it is hoped will inspire prayer reflection and renewed confidence in God's protection and guidance.No. 1282 March - I serve a risen Saviour (Noel Jones)This Easter march features the following songs: 'Look, ye saints! the sight is glorious' and 'I serve a risen Saviour'. The motif 'I serve a risen Saviour' is used throughout the first section of this march.

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    Triumph Series Band Journal July 2016 Numbers 1275 - 1278

    No. 1275 March - Able to save (Gavin Whitehouse)This march was originally written for the Greater New York Railton Brass, which is the feeder band to the Greater New York Youth Band, in the USA Eastern Territory. It features the chorus 'Able to save' by Lieut-Colonel Norman Bearcroft, alongside the more contemporary song, 'Everyone needs compassion (Mighty to save)'.No. 1276 Carol Arrangement - O little town of Bethlehem (Marian Parker)The words of this well-known carol were written by Philip Brooks, a priest from Philadelphia. The tune most commonly used with these words in the UK is 'Forest Green', which was adapted by Ralph Vaughan Williams from an English folk ballad.No. 1277 Carol Arrangement - Still, still, still (arr. Ruben Schmidt)A setting of the traditional Austrian carol, 'Still, still, still', which appeared for the first time in 1865 in a folksong collection of MAria Vinzenz S?? (1802-1868), founder of the Salzberg Museum. The words, which run to six verses in German, describes the peace of the infant Jesus and his mother as the baby is sung to sleep.No. 1278 Worthy is the Lamb (arr. Warren Brooks)Ben Fielding and Reuben Morgan's song has been arranged for band by fellow Australian, Warren Brooks.

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