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    The Brigand's Orgy - Berlioz, H - Harper, P

    In his memoirs the composer wrote: 'I long to go to the mountains and put myself in the service of a brigand chief. That's the life I crave: volcanoes, rocks, rich piles of plunder in mountain caves, a concert of shrieks accompanied by an orchestra of pistols and carbines, blood and wine, a bed of lava rocked by subterranean tremors: voil? la vie!'Championship SectionDuration 7 minsListen to Cory BandCourtesy of World of Brass

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    The Brigand's Orgy - Hector Berlioz

    In his memoirs the composer wrote: 'I long to go to the mountains and put myself in the service of a brigand chief. That's the life I crave: volcanoes, rocks, rich piles of plunder in mountain caves, a concert of shrieks accompanied by an orchestra of pistols and carbines, blood and wine, a bed of lava rocked by subterranean tremors: voila la vie!'

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    HIGH COUNCIL, The (Brass Band Set) - Ray Steadman-Allen

    This march was written at the request of the then Chief of the Staff, Commissioner Arnold Brown for the welcome meeting of the 1974 High Council, a gathering of The Salvation Army's top leaders from around the world who meet to elect a new General. The scintillating music is filled with many wonderful and surprising shifts of key, rhythm and instrumental colour. Evangeline Booth's song 'The world for God' provides the international reference while at the trio's peak, the composer joins three tunes in impressive counterpoint; 'We're the Army' (cornets), 'A Robe of White' (horns and baritones) and 'Bound for Canaan's Shore' (trombones). The march ends with a dazzling shift into triple time and an impressive molto allargando codetta.

    Estimated delivery 12-14 days
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    Hinemoa - Gareth Wood

    Hinemoa, the beautiful daughter of Amukaria, a great Maori chief, had seen Tutanekai, a chief and brave warrior from the island of Mokoia, only once, during a tribal gathering; yet she knew she loved him dearly. Amukaria counselled his daughter to forget this man, whose flute-playing Hinemoa heard as it came, soft but clear, across the lake which separated them.At night she went to the shore and listened. The sound of the flute spoke to Hinemoa, giving her courage. When Tutanekai managed to get a message to Hinemoa, her mind was made up.On the next moonless night she entered the dark, cold waters of the lake, using empty gourds as floats. She was determined to swim the long distance to her lover. Tutanekai's flute-playing kept her going, until at last she reached the shores of Mokoia.Great was the joy when the lovers at last met, the rocks echoing Tutanekai's cry - 'HINEMOA'.

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