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    In Storm & Sunshine

    New Jersey born composer and musician John Clifford Heed, who was born during the American Civil War was as a cornet soloist and arranger in the legendary band of John Philip Sousa. J.C Heed was also known as the “March Wizard”. According to local legend in his hometown, it is claimed that Heed possibly wrote “The Stars and Stripes Forever”. Chris Houlding’s vibrant arrangement of “In Storm and Sunshine” is written in the style of a vibrant circus march, to be performed as quick as possible !Duration: 5 minutesPercussion: 3 players playing snare drum, bass drum, clash cymbals, triangle and glockenspiel. Grade 3: Medium 1st and 2nd Section Bands

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    Shield of Liberty - Richards, JJ - Broadbent, D

    Another American style circus march fromthe pen of J.J. Richards. Richards wasborn in South Wales, but moved to the USAbefore the turn of the 19th century. Heturned out scores of marches for the famousSousa Band, and was a renownedsoloist in his own right. This march is easierthan Midwest, but just as effective.4th section +

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    Midwest - Richards, JJ - Broadbent, D

    This march was originally featured by the Black Dyke Mills Band, and can be heard on its album, 150 Years of Black Dyke. More recently it has been used by a number of top class bands at entertainment competitions. American circus style, fast and furious, but east to play (apart from the chromatic features which can appear daunting at high speeds!).3rd section +

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    Goldfinger - BARRY, John (Arr.: Ted Parson / Bertrand Moren)

    Goldfinger / Pussy Galore's Flying Circus / Into Miami / The Raid On Fort Knox / Goldfinger Reprise

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    Hampton Roads - R. Alexander - Bert Van Thienen

    Hampton Roads - Russell Alexander (arr. Bert Van Thienen) - 2'05'' - BVT022 Quick march written by Russell Alexander (1877-1915), a virtuoso euphonium player and composer who got famous with the Barnum and Baileys Circus.

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