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  • £97.00

    VIVA ITALIA (Flexible Quartet with Easy Concert Band) - Suba, Eduardo

    Quartet instrumentation: Part 1 - Flute, Clarinet, Alto Sax or Trumpet; Part 2 - Flute, Clarinet, Alto Sax or Trumpet; Part 3 - Flute, Clarinet, Alto Sax or Trumpet; Part 4 - Flute, Clarinet, Alto Sax, Tenor Sax or Trumpet. Duration: 4:20

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  • £188.00

    Missa Brevis Wind Band Set (Score & Parts)

    Missa Brevis, written for choir and wind band, was commissioned by the Conseil Dpartemental pour la Musique et la Culture de Haute-Alsace (Dir.: Philippe Pfisterer) in Guebwiller (France), in celebration of the millennium of Pope Leon IX's birth in guisheim (France). The composer conducted the first performance on June 23, 2002. It was performed live for the French television channel France 2. The mass movements Kyrie, Gloria, Credo, Sanctus, Benedictus, and Agnus Dei are very suitable for the Catholic as well as the Protestant liturgy. For this mass, various ways for performing in diverse variable strengths are possible. An instrumental performance is possible if the brass represents the choir parts. In this option, it is desirable for the brass to be positioned separately from the rest of the band (on a gallery, for example), so that the idea of two choirs is approached. In a performance with a large choir, the brass can work very well as a support. In that case, the dynamics of the brass should be adapted somewhat, since these are actually intended for an instrumental performance. You can also leave out the brass entirely for the benefit of the choir. For the accompaniment of smaller choirs, you can opt for a small ensemble from the band. This can also be a quartet, put together as desired. For the performance of this mass, the obvious choice is one of the above options. However, as an alternative, a performance with a combination of these options (vocally/instrumentally) is also possible - not just from an artistic point of view (variation), but also from a practical starting point - for example in the case that the choir has rehearsed only two movements. With a full strength, the conductor can vary the instrumentation to his or her liking. Then the brass can also play a role in the accompaniment (instead of supporting the choir). The following combinations are possible: 1. clarinet choir (from Eb Clarinet to Bass Clarinet) 2. clarinet choir + saxophones 3. brass (flugelhorns, horns, euphoniums, bass section) 4. brass (2 trumpets / 2 trombones) 5. double reeds (optional + flute, optional + string bass) 6. tutti 7. all winds 8. all brass In a performance by brass band and choir, it is usually advisable to leave out option 1 (choir + brass + band). The choir sings self-reliantly, accompanied by a full brass band. In an instrumental performance, you can consider a combined quartet (two cornets and two trombones) + brass band. Choral parts available separately. 0:20:00

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  • £66.00

    The Irish Blessing - Stephen Bradnum

    Stephen Bradnum writes... The Irish Blessing is presented here for wind band in what I regard as its 'ideal' scoring. This has been tried and tested in performance, found to be successful, and should be aimed for if possible. Small size notes may be omitted if the required tone quality and intonation cannot be achieved. The solo oboe part in particular may pose problems, and this part is provided transposed for Bb Soprano Saxophone (or, of course, Clarinet) if preferred. The ? ute parts given in small notes in bars 16-20 may be omitted at the conductor's discretion, but they should not be played an octave higher. The opening quartet may be adapted - within reason - to suit individual needs (a brass quartet perhaps?). Some suggested cues are provided, but the main aim should be to establish a balanced ensemble from which the full band sound can emerge. The Irish Blessing May the road rise up to meet you. May the wind be always at your back. May the sunshine warm up on your face, The rains fall soft upon your ?elds. And until we meet again, And until we meet again. May the God that loves us all Hold you in the palm of his hand. Amen, Amen, Amen. Duration: 3 minutes USA Grade 3

    Estimated delivery 5-7 days
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    The Irish Blessing Score) - Stephen Bradnum

    Stephen Bradnum writes... The Irish Blessing is presented here for wind band in what I regard as its 'ideal' scoring. This has been tried and tested in performance, found to be successful, and should be aimed for if possible. Small size notes may be omitted if the required tone quality and intonation cannot be achieved. The solo oboe part in particular may pose problems, and this part is provided transposed for Bb Soprano Saxophone (or, of course, Clarinet) if preferred. The ?ute parts given in small notes in bars 16-20 may be omitted at the conductor's discretion, but they should not be played an octave higher. The opening quartet may be adapted - within reason - to suit individual needs (a brass quartet perhaps?). Some suggested cues are provided, but the main aim should be to establish a balanced ensemble from which the full band sound can emerge. The Irish Blessing May the road rise up to meet you. May the wind be always at your back. May the sunshine warm up on your face, The rains fall soft upon your ? elds. And until we meet again, And until we meet again. May the God that loves us all Hold you in the palm of his hand. Amen, Amen, Amen. Duration: 3 minutes USA Grade 3

    Estimated delivery 5-7 days