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  • £115.00

    Festive Overture - Dimitri Shostakovich

    Festive Overture was composed in 1954 to commemorate the 37th birthday of the October Revolution of 1917. With this overture Shostakovich shows his brighter side, in contrast to his melancholy 10th symphony written in the previous year. The premiere of this piece took place on November 6, 1954 at the Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow. Shostakovich makes great use of different themes which he alternates and intermingles in a masterly way. This skilful transcription by Tohru Takahashi retains all the grandeur of the original.

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    Festive Overture (Concert Band - Score and Parts) - Shostakovich, Dmitri - Takahashi, Tohru

    Festive Overture was composed in 1954 to commemorate the 37th birthday of the October Revolution of 1917. With this overture Shostakovich shows his brighter side, in contrast to his melancholy 10th symphony written in the previous year. The premiere of this piece took place on November 6, 1954 at the Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow. Shostakovich makes great use of different themes which he alternates and intermingles in a masterly way. This skilful transcription by Tohru Takahashi retains all the grandeur of the original.Duration: 6.00

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  • £49.95

    FESTIVE OVERTURE (Concert Band) - Hesketh, Kenneth

    A Festive Overture is bravura in nature, with important solos for upper winds and trumpets. The outer sections are busy and colourful and frame a more expansive, but no less urgent, middle section which develops a large arching oboe and clarinet theme. The work ends as it began, with excitement and exuberance.

  • £10.99

    A Festive Overture (B4 Score) (Wind Band/Score) - Kenneth Hesketh

    This exuberant overture received its world premiere in 2002. The outer sections are busy and colourful, framing an expansive middle section, where Hesketh introduces a typically broad melody.

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  • £123.00

    Yokohama Festival Overture - Jan Van der Roost

    Jan Van der Roost wrote this festive overture for the Yokohama Art Festival. The theme is an obvious reflection of the vibrant, dynamic city of Yokohama. The chorale-like moments in this energetic and colourful composition refl ect the stately beauty of the symbol of the city: the rose.

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    Festive Overture - Satoshi Yagisawa

    This work was commissioned by the civilian wind orchestra Shimizu il compagno, based in Shimizu City, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan, as a commemorative work for their 10th Anniversary. The world premiere was performed by the ensemble, conducted by Hiromichi Hamada in 2017. Having held discussions with the head of the orchestra, Tomohiro Tsuji, and members of the group, Satoshi Yagisawa settled on a central motif for this commemorative work: fellow, or companion, in the sense of the Italian il compagno, which features in the orchestra's name. The work also strives to describe the characteristic friendliness of Shimizu city, a place known for its warmth and kindness which is visible from both Mount Fuji and the sea. The composition is written in Yagisawa's typical dramatic style with an atmosphere of scintillating light and lyrical warmth, making it an excellent choice for opening a concert.

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    Festive Overture (Concert Band - Score and Parts) - Yagisawa, Satoshi

    This work was commissioned by the civilian wind orchestra Shimizu il compagno, based in Shimizu City, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan, as a commemorative work for their 10th Anniversary. The world premiere was performed by the ensemble, conducted by Hiromichi Hamada in 2017. Having held discussions with the head of the orchestra, Tomohiro Tsuji, and members of the group, Satoshi Yagisawa settled on a central motif for this commemorative work: fellow, or companion, in the sense of the Italian il compagno, which features in the orchestra's name. The work also strives to describe the characteristic friendliness of Shimizu city, a place known for its warmth and kindness which is visible from both Mount Fuji and the sea. The composition is written in Yagisawa's typical dramatic style with an atmosphere of scintillating light and lyrical warmth, making it an excellent choice for opening a concert. Duration: 5.20

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    Festive Overture Op.96 (Concert Band - Score and Parts) - Shostakovich, Dmitri - Hunsberger, Donald

    Donald Hunsberger's classic edition of this Shostakovich masterpiece has already established itself as abasic repertoire for wind bands. This exciting and masterful work is a wonderful way to showcase a mature band.Recorded by the United States Marine Band - Jack T. Cline, conductor. Interlochen Bowl, National Music Camp 1978