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  • £104.00

    Armed Forces The Pride of America! - Charles A. ZimmermanCaptian Francis Saltus Van BoskerckLt. Col.Robert CrawfordEdmund L. GruberCapt. Alfred H. Miles - Larry Clark & Greg Gilpin

    With theme songs from all five branches of the armed forces, stirring march themes from John Philip Sousa, and both the Pledge of Allegiance and National Anthem of the United States of America, Armed Forces - The Pride of America is sure to become a staple for patriotic programs. Arrangers Larry Clark and Greg Gilpin have taken great care in creating a uniquely flexible setting both in instrumentation and performance. Designed to be performed by band, orchestra, or chorus, separately or in any conceivable combination, ensembles need not be limited by size or instrumentation. Careful attention has also been paid to playability for ease of performance and rehearsal. An optional ending allows even further flexibility when performance time is a consideration and an optional narrator part can be used to invite rousing audience participation. This popular medley is sure to bring a stunning performance in almost any setting.

    Estimated delivery 12-14 days

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  • £137.10

    Armed Forces - Larry Clark - Greg Gilpin

    With theme songs from all five branches of the armed forces, stirring march themes from John Philip Sousa, and both the Pledge of Allegiance and National Anthem of the United States of America, Armed Forces - The Pride of America is sure to become a staple for patriotic programs. Arrangers Larry Clark and Greg Gilpin have taken great care in creating a uniquely flexible setting both in instrumentation and performance. Designed to be performed by band, orchestra, or chorus, separately or in any conceivable combination, ensembles need not be limited by size or instrumentation. Careful attention has also been paid to playability for ease of performance and rehearsal. An optional ending allows even further flexibility when performance time is a consideration and an optional narrator part can be used to invite rousing audience participation. This popular medley is sure to bring a stunning performance in almost any setting.

    Estimated delivery 10-12 days
  • £62.00

    The U.S. of A. Armed Forces - Review March

    Henry Fillmore's patriotic march is made available again by Robert Foster in an excellent authentic edition for today's bands. It contains all of the signature Fillmore march traits and will be a great piece to use for a warm-up march at contest or festival by accomplished bands.

    Estimated delivery 12-14 days

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  • £36.95

    ARMED FORCES MARCH (Beginning Pops Concert Band) - Sweeney, Michael

    These traditional themes have never sounded so good at this easy of a level! Written in 2/4 rather than cut time, this arrangement includes interesting parts for all instruments - including the low brass and percussion. Featuring Marine's Hymn, Anchors Aweigh and The Caissons Go Rolling Along, this is the perfect

  • £46.00

    Armed Forces On Parade - Andrew Balent

    Here is a striking medley, in march tempo, of tunes associated with the Armed Services. Included are: Anchors Aweigh; The Caisson Song; The Marines' Hymn and The U.S. Air Force Song. This would be an excellent addition to any young band library!

    Estimated delivery 12-14 days
  • £80.60

    Concord March - Gunnar Lintvedt

    Concord March is dedicated to The Staff Band of the Norwegian Armed Forces, based in Oslo.The composer, Gunnar Lintvedt won 2nd price for this concert march in the EBU composers competiton held in Berlin October 1986.

    Estimated delivery 10-12 days
  • £54.95

    The Red Shield - Score and Parts - Henry Goffin

    Program NotesPossibly one of The Salvation Army's most popular marches, both as a street march and a concert item, The Red Shield was written to acknowledge The Salvation Army's work with Her Majesty's Armed Forces. Red Shield Clubs have for many years been an integral part of service life, both in the UK and abroad.This is a superbly crafted march that contains all the essential ingredients one expects from the genre. Although the thematic material will be largely unfamiliar, it has real energy and character and will surely prove to be as popular in this wind band version as it continues to be in its original band form.

    Estimated delivery 5-7 days
  • £10.95

    The Red Shield - Score only - Henry Goffin

    Program NotesPossibly one of The Salvation Army's most popular marches, both as a street march and a concert item, The Red Shield was written to acknowledge The Salvation Army's work with Her Majesty's Armed Forces. Red Shield Clubs have for many years been an integral part of service life, both in the UK and abroad.This is a superbly crafted march that contains all the essential ingredients one expects from the genre. Although the thematic material will be largely unfamiliar, it has real energy and character and will surely prove to be as popular in this wind band version as it continues to be in its original band form.

    Estimated delivery 5-7 days
  • £47.00

    The Army Goes Rolling Along - By Edmund L. Gruber, William Bryden, and Robert Danford / arr. Jerry Brubaker

    Announcing the second in a series of Armed Forces service songs for Young Band by Jerry Brubaker! "The Army Goes Rolling Along" is the official song of the United States Army and is typically called "The Army Song." The song is based on the "Caisson Song" written by field artillery First Lieutenant (later Brigadier General) Edmund L. Gruber, Lieutenant William Bryden, and Lieutenant (later Major General) Robert Danford while stationed at Fort Stotsenburg in the Philippines in March 1908. The tune quickly became popular in field artillery units. This exciting march is further embellished by the call of the bugle.

    Estimated delivery 3-5 days

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  • £54.95

    The Red Shield - Score and Parts - Henry Goffin

    Program NotesPossibly one of The Salvation Army's most popular marches, both as a street march and a concert item, The Red Shield was written to acknowledge The Salvation Army's work with Her Majesty's Armed Forces. Red Shield Clubs have for many years been an integral part of service life, both in the UK and abroad.This is a superbly crafted march that contains all the essential ingredients one expects from the genre. Although the thematic material will be largely unfamiliar, it has real energy and character and will surely prove to be as popular in this wind band version as it continues to be in its original band form.

    Estimated delivery 10-12 days