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    Lost in Space, Theme from - By John Williams / arr. Sean O'Loughlin

    Join the Robinson family in their current Netflix adventures with this iconic John Williams nostalgic theme from the original 1965 TV Series. Now featured in the remake, solid scoring leads to an intergalactic performance of this delightful theme. "Danger, Will Robinson!" . . . this is a great choice for any pop concert. (2:15)

    Estimated delivery 3-5 days
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    Lost in Space, Theme from

    Estimated delivery 10-12 days
  • £6.25

    A Solar Journey - Music by John Cacavas

    Take your band on a voyage to the great beyond of space with A Solar Journey. This latest work from renowned film and television composer John Cacavas utilizes themes that suggest the excitement of space travel. Like a true sci-fi thriller, the piece uses harmonic triads spaced by the tritone, creating a feeling of mystery. The piece modulates from minor to major with a triumphant and glorious theme signaling the end of a successful journey through outer space. A Solar Journey is guaranteed not to leave your band lost in space!

    Estimated delivery 3-5 days
  • £53.95

    Footprints on the Moon (Concert Band - Score and Parts) - Story, Michael

    This emotional original work celebrates the entire United States space program and specifically the July 20th anniversary of the first lunar landing of Apollo 11 in 1969. The piece opens with a majestic and punctuated theme followed immediately by an inquisitive melody. This is interrupted to pay tribute to those lost in Apollo 1 then resumes and develops towards a glorious and soaring conclusion. A compelling choice!Duration: 3.30

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    Footprints on the Moon - By Michael Story

    This emotional original work celebrates the entire United States space program and specifically the July 20th anniversary of the first lunar landing of Apollo 11 in 1969. The piece opens with a majestic and punctuated theme followed immediately by an inquisitive melody. This is interrupted to pay tribute to those lost in Apollo 1 then resumes and develops towards a glorious and soaring conclusion. A compelling choice! (3:30)

    Estimated delivery 3-5 days

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