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  • £77.00

    ARIOSO (Flexible Solo with Easy Concert Band) - Bach - Naulais, Jerome

    Solo for Flute, Oboe, Basson, Clarinet, Alto Sax, Tenor Sax, Trumpet, Horn, Trombone, Euphonium, Tuba, Eb Bass, Bb Bass, Violin, Viola or Cello. Duration: 4:45

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  • £134.00

    CONCERTO (Solo with Advanced Concert Band) - Bellini - Andrews, David

    Solo for Horn (Eb or F), Alto Trombone, Tenor Trombone, Euphonium or Eb Bass. Duration: 7:20

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  • £64.95

    New World Sketches - Dan Price

    New World Sketches is a descriptive journey through the landscapes and images of America in the early part of the 20th century. The images and caricatures chosen epitomize all that is the ‘New World', and the musical language draws upon influences of sound and technique that American composers have introduced into the musical vocabulary.SidewalkThe work opens with a busy street scene of 1930's New York, and the hustle and bustle of the city can be heard through percussive scoring of car hooters, trams and pedestrians going about their business, featuring elements of George Gershwin's American In Paris and Rhapsody in Blue. There is the sound of a Broadway show, a glimpse of a ‘Tom and Jerry' cartoon and the smokey sounds of Harlem.The Deep SouthAs the subtitle suggests, the second movement of New World Sketches evokes images of the 1890's Deep South beginning with a simple spiritual. Played first on unaccompanied solo euphonium the melody is then joined by bass trombone, depicting a slave "work song". An increase in tempo and a resounding tubular bell announces the arrival of a steam locomotive complete with "Love Chime" whistle.RodeoThe final movement steers away from the jazz influences synonymous in America's musical history and turns towards the music of Aaron Copland for inspiration. The opening unison tune, played on piccolo, flutes, oboe, bassoon, tenor sax, trumpet and trombone accompanied by extensive poly-chords, creates a big-country sound while the fast pseudo-Irish Jig provides the energy and flair of a rodeo.New World Sketches is conceived as a single work however each movement works independently if so desired.

    Estimated delivery 5-7 days
  • £64.95

    New World Sketches - Dan Price

    New World Sketches is a descriptive journey through the landscapes and images of America in the early part of the 20th century. The images and caricatures chosen epitomize all that is the 'New World', and the musical language draws upon influences of sound and technique that American composers have introduced into the musical vocabulary. Includes: Sidewalk - The work opens with a busy street scene of 1930's New York, and the hustle and bustle of the city can be heard through percussive scoring of car hooters, trams and pedestrians going about their business, featuring elements of George Gershwin's American In Paris and Rhapsody in Blue. There is the sound of a Broadway show, a glimpse of a 'Tom and Jerry' cartoon and the smoky sounds of Harlem. The Deep South - As the subtitle suggests, the second movement of New World Sketches evokes images of the 1890's Deep South beginning with a simple spiritual. Played first on unaccompanied solo euphonium the melody is then joined by bass trombone, depicting a slave "work song". An increase in tempo and a resounding tubular bell announces the arrival of a steam locomotive complete with "Love Chime" whistle. Rodeo - The final movement steers away from the jazz influences synonymous in America's musical history and turns towards the music of Aaron Copland for inspiration. The opening unison tune, played on piccolo, flutes, oboe, bassoon, tenor sax, trumpet and trombone accompanied by extensive poly-chords, creates a big-country sound while the fast pseudo-Irish Jig provides the energy and flair of a rodeo. New World Sketches is conceived as a single work however each movement works independently if so desired.

    Estimated delivery 10-12 days
  • £327.00

    T-Bone Concerto (Complete Edition) - Johan de Meij

    The T-Bone Concerto was Johan de Meij's first composition for solo instrument and symphonic band. It consists of three movements called respectively 'Rare', 'Medium' and 'Well Done'. In addition to the solo trombone, an important role has been allotted to a kind of chamber music ensemble within the band. This group introduces new thematic material and accompanies the soloist, thus creating a delightful transparant accompaniment. The ensemble consists of a double wind quintet (2 flutes, 2 oboes, 2 clarinets, 2 french horns and 2 bassoons) plus a cor anglais and a double bass. Parts I and II are written in the A-B-A form and allow the soloist to display both the technical and the lyrical characteristics of the instrument. Part III at first develops into a kind of neo-baroque style using the thematic material of the first and second movement, and finally leads to a triumphant finale and a virtuoso conclusion.

    Estimated delivery 10-12 days

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  • £105.00

    T-Bone Concerto, Part II - Medium - Johan de Meij

    The T-Bone Concerto was Johan de Meij's first composition for solo instrument and symphonic band. It consists of three movements called respectively 'Rare', 'Medium' and 'Well Done'. In addition to the solo trombone, an important role has been allotted to a kind of chamber music ensemble within the band. This group introduces new thematic material and accompanies the soloist, thus creating a delightful transparant accompaniment. The ensemble consists of a double wind quintet (2 flutes, 2 oboes, 2 clarinets, 2 french horns and 2 bassoons) plus a cor anglais and a double bass. Part II is written in the A-B-A form and allow the soloist to display both the technical and the lyrical characteristics of the instrument. Part III at first develops into a kind of neo-baroque style using the thematic material of the first and second movement, and finally leads to a triumphant finale and a virtuoso conclusion.

    Estimated delivery 10-12 days
  • £105.00

    T-Bone Concerto, Part III - Well Done - Johan de Meij

    The T-Bone Concerto was Johan de Meij's first composition for solo instrument and symphonic band. It consists of three movements called respectively 'Rare', 'Medium' and 'Well Done'. In addition to the solo trombone, an important role has been allotted to a kind of chamber music ensemble within the band. This group introduces new thematic material and accompanies the soloist, thus creating a delightful transparant accompaniment. The ensemble consists of a double wind quintet (2 flutes, 2 oboes, 2 clarinets, 2 french horns and 2 bassoons) plus a cor anglais and a double bass. Part III at first develops into a kind of neo-baroque style using the thematic material of the first and second movement, and finally leads to a triumphant finale and a virtuoso conclusion.

    Estimated delivery 10-12 days
  • £105.00

    T-Bone Concerto, Part I - Rare - Johan de Meij

    The T-Bone Concerto was Johan de Meij's first composition for solo instrument and symphonic band. It consists of three movements called respectively 'Rare', 'Medium' and 'Well Done'. In addition to the solo trombone, an important role has been allotted to a kind of chamber music ensemble within the band. This group introduces new thematic material and accompanies the soloist, thus creating a delightful transparant accompaniment. The ensemble consists of a double wind quintet (2 flutes, 2 oboes, 2 clarinets, 2 french horns and 2 bassoons) plus a cor anglais and a double bass. Part I is written in the A-B-A form and allow the soloist to display both the technical and the lyrical characteristics of the instrument.

    Estimated delivery 10-12 days
  • £54.45

    Concert Rondo - Mozart

    An attractive and effective arrangement of a delightful Rondo which can be played by Baritone Horn, Tuba, or F Horn with band accompaniment (could easily be performed on Bass Clarinet, Bassoon or Trombone as well). Solo parts are grade 3 1/2 or 4 and while the band parts are not difficult notewise. Just the right length for concert use. Show off your budding soloist and teach your band a valuable lesson in musical styles.

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