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  • £49.50

    City of Stars (from La La Land) - Justin Hurwitz - Johnnie Vinson

    The highly acclaimed movie musical La La Land, took home six Academy awards including Best Original Song for City of Stars. Here is a great sounding arrangement of this charming song scored for flexible instrumentation.

    Estimated delivery 10-12 days
  • £63.00

    Highlights from La La Land - Justin Hurwitz - Michael Brown

    The critically acclaimed and widely popular movie musical La La Land features fresh-sounding songs and an award-winning soundtrack. Beautifully scored for concert band, this medley includes Another Day of Sun, City of Stars, Mia & Sebastions Theme, and Audition (The Fools Who Dream).

    Estimated delivery 10-12 days
  • £63.00

    La La Land, Highlights from (Intermediate Concert Band - Score and Parts) - Pasek & Paul - Brown, Michael

    The critically acclaimed and widely popular movie musical La La Land features fresh-sounding songs and an award-winning soundtrack. Beautifully scored for concert band, this medley includes Another Day of Sun, City of Stars, Mia & Sebastian's Theme, and Audition (The Fools Who Dream).

  • £54.00

    This Is Me (from The Greatest Showman) - Benj Pasek - Michael Brown

    From the songwriting team who brought us Dear Evan Hansen and La La Land, the movie musical The Greatest Showman is based on the true story of P.T. Barnum with Hugh Jackman in the title role. This arrangement of the powerful anthem from the film is a dynamic showcase for the concert stage.

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  • £62.50

    At the Movies - The Musicals (Concert Band - Score and Parts) - Williams, Justin

    Musicals and movies are a match made in heaven! Mamma Mia, La La Land, and Chicago are three timeless masterpieces of this immensely popular genre. Incorporating "Dancing Queen," "Mia and Sebastian's Theme," and "Overture/And All That Jazz," At the Movies - The Musicals provides a memorable and exciting journey into the wonderland of movie musicals.

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  • £54.00

    This Is Me (from The Greatest Showman) (Concert Band - Score and Parts) - Pasek & Paul - Brown, Michael

    From the songwriting team who brought us Dear Evan Hansen and La La Land, the movie musical The Greatest Showman is based on the true story of P.T. Barnum with Hugh Jackman in the title role. This arrangement of the powerful anthem from the film is a dynamic showcase for the concert stage.

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  • £87.30

    Gathering Places - Pierre la Plante

    Lots of color and contrast in this masterpiece. A gathering of three old spirituals: "Brethren, We Have Met to Worship," the familiar "Shall We gather at the River" and the exultant "A Great Camp-Meeting in the Promised Land!" Inspiring!

    Estimated delivery 10-12 days
  • £77.20

    Prairie Songs - Pierre la Plante

    Two Midwestern folk tunes, one tragic and one humorous, skillfully combined. The first section, "The Pinery Boy," conveys a feeling of grandeur and beauty of the land. The second section quotes "The Turkey Song." Common melodic patterns between the two songs make them sound as though they are related. A wonderful masterwork!

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  • £144.00

    Amazonia - Jan Van der Roost

    This major concert work cosists o five movements.1st movement: La Laguna del ShimbeSituated high up in the Andes mountains in Northern Peru are the Huaringas, a group of lagoons in isolated and mysterious surroundings. The water has healing powers and for centuries traditional healers have settled there in small villages. From far the sick come to the Huaringas to be treated in nightly rituals, in which the hallucinating juice of the San Pedro cactus gives the prophet a look inside his patient. The biggest lagoon is the "Laguna del Shimbe", one of the countless wells of the immense Amazon stream.2nd movement: Los AguarunasFurther downstream in Northern Peru we come across the rain tribe of Los Aguarunas. It's a proud, beautiful and independent race, which has never succumbed to domination, not even from the Incas. They live from everything the forest has to offer: fish, fruit, plants, ... . They also grow some crops and live as semi-nomads. They take their fate into their own hands and after having made contact with modern civilisation, they have integrated new elements into their lives without betraying their own ways.3rd movement: MekaronMekaron is an Indian word meaning "picture", "soul", "essence". The Indians are the origina inhabitants of the Amazon region. They either live in one place as a group or move around a large region. They all have their own political system, their own language and an intense social life. At the same time they are master of music and medicine. "Everywhere the white man goes, he leaves a wilderness behind him", wrote the North American Indian leader Seatl in 1885. As a result of these contacts with the whites, the disruption of most Indian societies began. (In this century alone, 80 tribes have vanished completely).4th movement: KtuajThis is the name of the initiating ceremony of the Krah tribe in the Brazilian state of Goias, in which young boys and girls enter adult life. They are cleansed with water, painted with red paint and covered with feathers, after which the ritual dance holds the entire tribe spell-bound.5th movement: Paulino FaiakanIn 1988 the Indian chiefs Faiakan and Raoni Kaiapo came to Europe to protest against the building of the Altamira dam in Brazil. As a result of the dam the Indians would be driven from their traditional land and enormous artificial would be created. The project was supported financially by, amongst others, the European Community. In February 1989 the Indian tribes around Altamira held a protest march for the first time in their history together. Amongst other things they paid tribute tot Chico Mendez, who, murdered in 1988, was the leader of the rubber syndicate and a fierce opponent of the destruction of the Brazilian rain forest. Brazilian and world opinion was awakened. The building of the dam was -albeit temporarily - stopped.

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  • £101.50

    Mount Everest - Kees Vlak

    This composition basically consists of three fragments and an epilogue (conclusion):1) Plateaux, 2) Sherpas, 3) Climb. The piece starts with a musical depiction of the deserted plateauxs and mountain peaks of the Himalayas. The mysteriousness of the Tibetan country was caused by its inaccessibility to other nations. One even believed that there was a paradise behind the huge mountains; the land of Shangra La. 1) After the sound of a gong, the Asian-like theme arises extremely softly from the decay of the percussion. In bars 4 and 5 the syllables of Hi-ma-la-ya echo. Then a second theme appears; it symbolises the enchantment of the mountaineers by seeing the Mount Everest. 2) Eastern percussion, very evenly without emotion, sound from the deserted village of the sherpas. The phrasing is prescribed by the number 'three'. From measure 56 Tibetian monks sing a chant, also with the religious background of the number 'three'. 3) The third part starts of with the sight of the giant Mount Everest with an entirely new theme, that is played impressively by the strong low brass instruments of the band, immediately followed by the excited big climbing. The many surprises are depicted by the changing time signatures. Two themes are in constant battle; the binary Himalaya theme and the ternary Mount Everest theme. Only once there is a steely composure. The registers in which the piece is played increase. The tension rises...Then the peak is reached. A long pause follows before one realises that one is on top of the world. Slowly the emotions of joy grow and lead to an enormous climax. The first enchanted theme sounds again in total glory.

    Estimated delivery 10-12 days