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    A Carol Fantasy - Score and Parts - Eric Ball

    Program NotesThe name of Eric Ball is revered in the brass band world as a composer of the very highest calibre. His compositions are well known in both The Salvation Army and secular banding worlds. His work is often deeply spiritual in context, but also bears all the hallmarks of the truly great composer he was!The challenge of finding quality Christmas arrangements is one faced by all conductors, and this transcription of Eric Ball's A Carol Fantasy, which includes the tunes The Normandy Carol, , The Coventry Carol, and a final thematic reference to The First Nowell, will be a useful addition to Christmas repertoire.

    Estimated delivery 5-7 days
  • £7.95

    A Carol Fantasy - Score only - Eric Ball

    Program NotesThe name of Eric Ball is revered in the brass band world as a composer of the very highest calibre. His compositions are well known in both The Salvation Army and secular banding worlds. His work is often deeply spiritual in context, but also bears all the hallmarks of the truly great composer he was!The challenge of finding quality Christmas arrangements is one faced by all conductors, and this transcription of Eric Ball's A Carol Fantasy, which includes the tunes The Normandy Carol, , The Coventry Carol, and a final thematic reference to The First Nowell, will be a useful addition to Christmas repertoire.

    Estimated delivery 5-7 days
  • £48.99

    A Christmas Fantasia - Andrew Wainwright

    A new arrangement for Concert Band featuring the carols Noel Nouvelet, God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen, A Great and Mighty Wonder, The Infant King, Tomorrow Shall Be My Dancing Day and Of the Father's Heart Begotten,

    Estimated delivery 5-7 days
  • £29.95

    A Christmas Mambo - David Edmonds

    A Christmas Mambo is a Latino style arrangement of the popular Christmas Carol 'God rest ye merry gentlemen'. It is a fun number that heavily features the percussion section and could be enhanced by some visual creativity.

    Estimated delivery 5-7 days
  • £4.99

    A Psalm of Praise

    1The Red ShieldHenry Goffin arr. Kevin BirdThe Band of the Coldstream Guards3.182Light-WalkBarrie GottThe Band of the Coldstream Guards3.423A Psalm of PraiseJames CurnowThe Band of the Coldstream Guards6.304Share my YokeJoy Webb and Ivor Bosanko arr. Brian BowenThe Band of the Coldstream Guards3.445The Proclamation of ChristmasStephen BullaThe Band of the Coldstream Guards5.586Deck the HallsBarrie Gott arr. Brian BowenThe Band of the Coldstream Guards1.367A Starry NightJoy Webb arr. Andrew MackerethThe Band of the Coldstream Guards2.358Christmas CalypsoPeter Graham arr. Brian BowenThe Band of the Coldstream Guards4.189The Call of The RighteousLeslie Condon arr. Brian BowenThe Band of the Coldstream Guards7.4910Keep Me PraisingAndrew MackerethThe Band of the Coldstream Guards3.1611Our FatherGordon Camsey arr. Iain RaynerThe Band of the Coldstream Guards2.3412Time to ShineAndrew MackerethThe Band of the Coldstream Guards2.55

    Estimated delivery 5-7 days
  • £79.95

    A Psalm of Praise - Score and Parts - James Curnow

    Program NotesOriginally conceived as a brass band tone poem, A Psalm of Praise gained huge popularity when it was first published in 1980. When it first appeared in print, the work was widely performed by Salvation Army bands around the world. It is full of interest and presents plenty of what for many bands will be realistically achievable levels of musical and technical challenge.As with much Salvation Army music, it was inspired by words from scripture, specifically from Psalm 100. Musically, it is based on the well-known hymn tune Praise My Soul the King of Heaven, with motifs and fragments of the tune appearing throughout the work in various guises alongside the original thematic material.James Curnow's skillfully economic use of melodic and rhythmic ideas is demonstrated to perfection in this work, which will be rewarding to rehearse in detail and perform and will provide a useful addition to concert repertoire.

    Estimated delivery 5-7 days
  • £15.95

    A Psalm of Praise - Score only - James Curnow

    Program NotesOriginally conceived as a brass band tone poem, A Psalm of Praise gained huge popularity when it was first published in 1980. When it first appeared in print, the work was widely performed by Salvation Army bands around the world. It is full of interest and presents plenty of what for many bands will be realistically achievable levels of musical and technical challenge.As with much Salvation Army music, it was inspired by words from scripture, specifically from Psalm 100. Musically, it is based on the well-known hymn tune Praise My Soul the King of Heaven, with motifs and fragments of the tune appearing throughout the work in various guises alongside the original thematic material.James Curnow's skillfully economic use of melodic and rhythmic ideas is demonstrated to perfection in this work, which will be rewarding to rehearse in detail and perform and will provide a useful addition to concert repertoire.

    Estimated delivery 5-7 days
  • £39.95

    A Starry Night - Score and Parts - Joy Webb

    Program NotesJoy Webb's A Starry Night was originally a huge success for The Salvation Army's 1960s pop phenomenon "The Joystrings." The breadth of the song's popularity continues to be a source of amazement to the writer herself, but the attractive simplicity and accessibility of the tune has made it one of the most widely used Christmas songs, particularly in schools and playgroups!Andrew Mackereth, who is the Bandmaster of the Salvation Army band at Nuneaton in Warwickshire and also conductor, composer and arranger for The Salvation Army Symphonic Wind Ensemble, has brought his considerable skills as an arranger and composer for both brand and concert band to this familiar Christmas song and produced an attractive dance-like Calypso-style setting that is already gaining huge popularity in its brass band form.This arrangement for concert band is sure to contribute to the ongoing popularity of this song, and will undoubtedly enhance any concert band's Christmas programme too.

    Estimated delivery 5-7 days
  • £7.95

    A Starry Night - Score only - Joy Webb

    Program NotesOne of the most popular Christmas songs to have been written in recent years, Joy Webb's A Starry Night was originally a huge success for The Salvation Army's 1960s pop phenomenon "The Joystrings." The breadth of the song's popularity continues to be a source of amazement to the writer herself, but the attractive simplicity and accessibility of the tune has made it one of the most widely used Christmas songs, particularly in schools and playgroups!Andrew Mackereth, who is the Bandmaster of the Salvation Army band at Nuneaton in Warwickshire and also conductor, composer and arranger for The Salvation Army Symphonic Wind Ensemble, has brought his considerable skills as an arranger and composer for both brand and concert band to this familiar Christmas song and produced an attractive dance-like Calypso-style setting that is already gaining huge popularity in its brass band form.This arrangement for concert band is sure to contribute to the ongoing popularity of this song, and will undoubtedly enhance any concert band's Christmas programme too.

    Estimated delivery 5-7 days
  • £34.95

    Amazing Grace - Score and Parts - Traditional

    Program NotesThe life story of John Newton is well-documented and his occupation as a slave-trader and subsequent conversion and ordination as curate of Olney, Buckinghamshire, well-known. This incredible story probably makes the words to Amazing Grace! so remarkable, although, Newton can only be credited for the first three verses. This arrangement, although not technically difficult, will require a sustained sound towards the end during its climactic conclusion. It is therefore advisable that the physical demands be understood before commencement so that the correct measurement of exertion can be made throughout the presentation.

    Estimated delivery 5-7 days