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  • £108.00

    The King of Siam - Pimpanit Karoonyavanich

    The King of Siam - Pimpanit Karoonyavanich - 06'30'' - BVT107 Many foreigners who travel to Thailand for the first time always wonder why Thai people love their king so much, even more than their own life. However, that question is quickly answered after they realize how much our king sacrifies his life to develop Thai people's way of living especially the poor ones. He proves that the “love” from his people doesn't come from his birth as the royal family, but from his hard-working. As a Thai composer, Pimpanit wrote this piece out of her love and gratefulness she has to her beloved king of Thailand, His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej, in the occasion of his 88 years old birthday. At this moment he already marks 70 years on the throne and he is also the world's longest-reigning living monarch, ascended to the throne. “Siam” was the name of Thailand before 1948.

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    The milkmaids tune - Norwegian Traditional - Fr. Schjelderup

    The milkmaids tune"Budei(e)sl?tt" - Traditional - arr. Fredrick Schjelderup - 3'30'' - BVT116 Lovely arrangement of the traditional tune 'Budei(e)sl?tt', used by Kleppe Musikklag as part of their Siddis Brass programme in 2014.

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  • £96.00

    The Oak and the Linden - Cedric Van Hof

    The Oak and the Linden - Cedric Van Hof - 6'20''- BVT087 In 'The Oak and the Linden' the story of Philemon and Baucis is pictured musically, which rewards the Gods hospitality. This story is told by the Roman poet Ovidius in his 'Metamorphosen', and is considered one of the most important works of Roman literature.

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  • £76.00

    The Right Stuff - B. Conti - Mike Kilmartin

    The Right Stuff - Bill Conti - arr. Mike Kilmartin - 2'30'' - BVT065 Conti began to compose film scores late sixties and became famous in 1976 with the movie Rocky. In 194 he won an Oscar for the movie The Right Stuff.

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  • £83.00

    The Rocky Road to Dublin - Irish Trad. - Patrick Verhaegen

    The Rocky Road to Dublin - Irish Traditional - arr. Patrick Verhaegen - 2'35'' - BVT056 The Rocky Road to Dublin is a fast-paced 19th century Irish song about a man's experiences as he travels to Liverpool (England) from his home in Tuam (Ireland). The words were written by D.K. Gavan.

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    The Squealer - Will Huff - Neville Buxton

    The Squealer - Will Huff - Neville Buxton - 2'50'' - BVT120 William Lockwood Huff was an American composer best known for his military marches and the circus march 'The Squealer'. He briefly performed in a circus band and in the National Guard, playing cornet and alto horn. This kind of ‘screamers’ were mostly composed between 1895 and 1955. Circuses were in need of music that would make the audience go crazy!

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  • £79.00

    Thunderbirds - B. Gray - Mike Kilmartin

    Thunderbirds - Barry Gray - arr. Mike Kilmartin - 2'30'' - BVT059 Opening theme of the popular television series created in the '60. It was produced using a form of electronic marionette puppetry combined with scale model special effects sequences. Who doesn't remember main character Jeff Tracy?! 5, 4, 3, 2, 1: Thunderbirds Are Go!

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  • £91.00

    Tree of Bliss - Dominique Fonteyn

    Tree of Bliss - Dominique Fonteyn - 5'00'' - BVT127 Vlakbij de Rollekensberg in de Lilse bossen staat de Achtzalighedenboom. Deze boom kreeg zijn naam vanwege het feit dat hij oorspronkelijk over maar liefst acht stammen beschikte. Het was een populaire plek onder geliefden die er hun namen in de stammen kerfden. Helaas hebben tijd en ziekte ook hun invloed gehad op deze boom. In 2014 werd officieel zijn einde aangekondigd. Met Tree of Bliss wilt de componist een eerbetoon brengen aan deze wonderbaarlijke boom.

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  • £126.00

    VirtEuphonity - Jan De Maeseneer

    VirtEuphonity - Jan De Maeseneer - 11'30'' - BVT020 EUPHONIUM SOLO (soloist grade 6) VirtEuphonity is a virtuoso and funky solo work for euphonium and band (or piano & drums). The work is written for Kevin Van Giel (euphonium at the Belgian Royal Air Force Band) and consists of three parts. The first is an atmospheric opener that taps the technical skills of the euphonium player with his many notes, double tones and jumps over the registers. The second part is a ballad and the third part you get a funky solo with Oriental influences to end again with the opening theme.

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    Welcome To Christmas - Mike Kilmartin

    Welcome To Christmas - Mike Kilmartin - 2'25'' - BVT026 Jolly Christmas song based on 'Adeste Fidelis'. As recorded by Brass Band Heist on their cd Brass Bells.

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