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    FROM THE DEPTHS OF TIME (Royal Northern College of Music Wind Orchestra) (Wind Band CD)

    Great British Music for Wind Band Vol.22. Royal Northern College of Music Wind Orchestra. Conductors: Clark Rundell, Mark Heron, Jeffrey Mathews, Wing Commander Duncan Stubbs and Captain Sam Hairsine. Special Guest: Kantos Chamber Choir (Musical Director: Elspeth Slorach)TERRA AUSTRALIS (Martin Ellerby)PABIAGA'S HEART (Nichola Renshaw)SCARLET AND GOLD (Rob Wiffin)FROM THE DEPTHS OF TIME (Duncan Stubbs)Igneous - 'Born of Fire'Sedimentary - 'Laid to Rest'Metamporphic - 'Born Anew'ACRID LINES (Tom Harrold)IN FLANDERS FIELDS (Rob Wiffin)Vocal Soloist: Helen MaxwellMASS OF ST. THOMAS AQUINAS (Martin Ellerby)Vocal Soloist: Leonie MaxwellKyrieGloriaSanctusBenedictusAgus Dei

  • £128.99

    Concerto No. 1 (for Wind Orchestra) - Richard L. Saucedo

    Commissioned for the 2016 South Carolina All-State High School Band, Concerto No. 1 is a spectacular showcase for the entire ensemble rather than just a single soloist. Throughout this dynamic work the entire ensemble is featured, although there are also concerto type moments for solo instruments as well as chamber groups. The horns are also featured prominently throughout the piece. Dur: c. 8:45 (Recorded by the 2016 South Carolina Senior All-State Band, Richard L. Saucedo conducting)

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  • £65.50

    The Ambient Air - Louise Talma

    In what The New York Times' Allan Kozinn referred to as, "the hauntingly beautiful Ambient Air ... a set of vivid evocations of nature," Talma wrote four descriptive movements while in relative seclusion at the MacDowell Colony in 1983. Movements includes Echo Chamber, Driving Rain, Creeping Fog, and Shifting Winds. Featured on the Naxos American Classics label recording of the same name, by Ambache Chamber Orchestra and Ensemble. Dur.: 13'30"

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  • £125.00

    Music With Chequered Ears - ?rp?d Bal?zs

    Television viewers of nearly a hundred countries have experienced rpd Balzs's touching melodies. The series of cartoons have neither dialogue nor text: the music presents the amiable and entertaining adventures of the rabbit with chequered ears and its friends. Balzs has rephrased and developed the well-known melodies and as a result a ''children's story symphony'' of seven movements has been created in which, in contrast with Prokofiev's Peter and the Wolf, there is no narrator but the instruments themselves represent the story-tellers. The composer has again associated the groups of instruments with one another in a colourful and varied manner, skilfully alternating themodes of solo, chamber orchestra and orchestra.

    Estimated delivery 10-12 days
  • £105.00

    Battles - Simon Dobson

    Battles was written for the restoration of the epic 1927 silent film The Battles of Coronel and Falkland Islands, and was commissioned by the British Film Institute (BFI) in 2013. The work presents eight contrasting scenes as a continuous sequence: War, Introduction of Admiral von Spee, German Banquet, Building Steam/Preparing, Islanders, Call to Arms, Great Battle at Sea and Victory. The original score was written for a small chamber orchestra, symphonic brass and a substantial batterie of tuned and untuned percussion. Battles has been edited for symphonic wind orchestra with percussion and harp. Composer Simon Dobson says of his colourful score, "I wanted to keep thingssimple and clear, so there is a British theme, a fanfare march idea, often heard on trumpet, and a German naval theme, which is a more angular motif."

    Estimated delivery 10-12 days

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    Marcia - Dag Ivar Wiren

    Dag Wirn (1905 1986) studied organ and composition at the College of Music in Stockholm 1926 1931, and lived in Paris 1931 1934, where he continued his studies in composition and instrumentation. His list of works comprises mainly instrumentalmusic, such as five symphonies, five string quartets, several overtures and quite a lot of music for film and theatre.Serenade for String Orchestra, Op. 11, was premiered by Stockholm Chamber Orchestra under Tobias Wilhemi, in October 1937,and was an immediate success. The Serenade has four movements, and the finishing Marcia has gained great popularity, especially after it was theme tune for the television series Monitor, which wasaired 1958 1965.

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  • £100.00

    Battles (Concert Band - Score and Parts) - Dobson, Simon

    Battles was written for the restoration of the epic 1927 silent film The Battles of Coronel and Falkland Islands, and was commissioned by the British Film Institute (BFI) in 2013. The work presents eight contrasting scenes as a continuous sequence: War, Introduction of Admiral von Spee, German Banquet, Building Steam/Preparing, Islanders, Call to Arms, Great Battle at Sea and Victory. The original score was written for a small chamber orchestra, symphonic brass and a substantial batterie of tuned and untuned percussion. Battles has been edited for symphonic wind orchestra with percussion and harp. Composer Simon Dobson says of his colourful score, "I wanted to keep things simple and clear, so there is a British theme, a fanfare march idea, often heard on trumpet, and a German naval theme, which is a more angular motif." Duration: 13.00

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  • £99.95

    MUSIC WITH CHEQUERED EARS (Advanced Concert Band) - Balazs, Arpad

    Television viewers of nearly a hundred countries have experienced Arpad Balazs's touching melodies. The series of cartoons have neither dialogue nor text: the music presents the amiable and entertaining adventures of the rabbit with chequered ears and its friends. Balazs has rephrased and developed the well-known melodies and as a result a ''children's story symphony'' of seven movements has been created in which, in contrast with Prokofiev's Peter and the Wolf, there is no narrator but the instruments themselves represent the story-tellers. The composer has again associated the groups of instruments with one another in a colourful and varied manner, skilfully alternating the modes of solo, chamber orchestra and orchestra. Movements I, II, IV and VII represent a ''short suite'' that can be independently performed, thus due to its duration of four minutes and easier level, ensembles with more modest opportunities can also perform it. The most well-known parts of the cartoon series music - the main title and the ending - are included in both versions. Includes: The Story Begins; The Sun has Come Out; To the Forest!; Game of Tag; The Tired Team Walks Slowly Home; In the Circus; The Story Ends for Today. Duration: 4:00

  • £119.99

    Philadelphia - Dirk Bross

    In the summer of 2010 Dirk Bross was appointed music director of The Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia. During his inauguration concert in September that year he brought a musical surprise to the city in which he would work for the next ten years. Philadelphia, an American Overture is dedicated to the people of America's first capital city. We hear the energy, the power, the freedom and the vitality of the multi-ethnic 'City of Brotherly Love.'

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  • £95.95

    Suddenly - Daron Aric Hagen

    Rhythmically challenging and brilliantly scored, Suddenly is Daron Hagen's own transcription of a concert opener originally written for the Wisconsin Chamber Orchestra. The syncopated rhythms and bold writing for winds and brass give the piece tremendous energy, which is balanced by Hagen's prodigious gift for memorable melody. Tuneful and exciting, Suddenly is sure to be a hit with good high school and college bands. Duration: 6'

    Estimated delivery 10-12 days