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  • £102.00

    Fanfare for the Union (CB) - Pierre-Antoine Savoyat

    This young French composer (1993) wrote this sparkling brass band overture commissioned by Brass Band Buizingen & Luc Vertommen in 2017.The name of the piece is a reference of the origins of the band "Union-Buizingen". This piece gives some nice solos who contrast with bright tutti (in pure style of Brass Band overture).

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  • £63.00

    Monarch Fanfare - Michael Oare

    Utilizing an array of sparkling brass figures contrasted with brief lyric passages and dynamic shifts in texture, this work is equally effective as a concert opener or any type of celebratory event. Carefully paced for a dramatic and powerful impact.

    Estimated delivery 10-12 days
  • £75.24

    Curtain Call

    "Curtain Call" was originally composed for the Dallas Brass as part of a collection of works entitled Brass Grooves. Though originally written for 5 brass players and percussionist, it really comes to life in this sparkling concert band setting! Every section in the band is featured and it is also an excellent choice for community bands. Conceived as a tribute to all the great finales, encores and reprises written for the stage, "Curtain Call" is a flashy, energetic flag-waver that is sure to be the perfect ending for your concert!

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  • £47.00

    Festive (Concert Band - Score and Parts)

    Bertrand Moren originally composed this march for the brass band Concordia of Bagnes in Switzerland, of which he is the conductor. Festive develops a sparkling and playful melodic line over a strong theme in the low brass section. This version for concert band is full of vitality and will bring a touch of liveliness to any concert. Festive is also suitable for an outdoor performance. 02:50

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  • £156.00

    Rubicon - Bert Appermont

    The Rubicon is a river in Northern Italy which Julius Caesar crossed with his army in 49 BC in defiance of the leaders of Rome, who feared his power. A civil war against rival Pompey ensued, which culminated in Caesar seizing power as the absolute ruler of Rome. The phrase "crossing the Rubicon" therefore refers to any person committing himself irrevocably to a risky, decisive and irrevocable of course of action.The work consists of three parts that deal with this important moment in history. Part 1 (Meditation) symbolises Caesars request to the Gods to assist him in his difficult choice. In a slow introduction we hear the melancholy and beseeching sounds of the duduk (alternatively, this part can be played by a soprano saxophone) and of the soprano solo singer over the bourdon accompaniment. The soprano solo singer then sings "dona tibi pacem" (give him rest) in a melodious and probing theme.In Part 2 (Battle of Pharsalus) trumpets and trombones resound alternately in a stately Roman fanfare, producing a stereophonic effect. This develops into a martial theme in which Caesars impressive army goes to battle against the army of rival Pompey. While the theme of Caesars army fades away, Pompeys theme emerges as a naive dance in six-eight time. His army is definitely in the majority and it believes it can easily defeat the enemy. Suddenly trumpets and trombones clash on two sides of the orchestra: Caesars army advances and attacks. A fierce battle ensues in which the two themes are played alternately as well as simultaneously. Thanks to his shrewd battle tactics, Caesar manages to win this legendary battle after all: his theme resounds ever louder in trumpets and horns until everything dies out and changes into a kind of reconciliation between the soldiers of the two armies. The melancholy "dona tibi pacem" from part 1 now serves as a reconciliation theme.Caesar is now the sole ruler of the New Roman Empire, which would be destined to leave its mark on our Western civilisation to this day. The third part is a sparkling succession of dance music (Dance) with many Greek and Roman elements in which Caesars victory is praised and celebrated. It is common knowledge that the culture (arts, gods, etc.) of the Romans drew heavily on Greek culture. I have therefore used an authentic Greek theme (the Seikolos song) several times in this part (bar 17 in the euphonium, bar 60 in the base section, bar 68 in the soprano saxophone) to suggest the music of that era and to evoke the right atmosphere. After a gradual increase in tempo in the entire orchestra, the opening melody gloriously resounds once more, surrounded by virtuoso dance music. The work ends with bombastic brass fanfares in which Caesars theme triumphs once more.NOTE FOR THE CONDUCTOR:The Armenian duduk and the monochord that are used in the introduction give a special tone to the music, but could be substituted (soprano saxophone instead of the duduk) or left out (monochord). The soprano solo is also doubled within the orchestra and could therefore also be left out if necessary, although it does provide the work with an extra dimension. The male voices in the introduction and the finale could possibly be replaced with a synthesizer with choral setting.As a visual and acoustic element in part 2, the trumpets, the e-flat cornet, the small drum and trombones can be stood up and placed at two sides of the orchestra (bar 80).Seen from the point of view of the conductor, put the trumpets, the e-flat cornet and the small drum in the left section and the trombones in the right section of the orchestra. This also helps to create a visual contrast between the two themes of the second part. The players can be seated again at bar 97 or bar 121. The soprano soloist can be placed in or in front of the orchestra, depending on what gives the best result. For the conclusion of the work the soprano solo can be sung from afar (from the wings) to create additional atmosphere.This work was composed especially for the "St Joseph" brass band from Pey/Echt (Belgium) with conductor Mark Prils.

    Estimated delivery 10-12 days

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  • £98.00

    Wild Waters - Prof. Hermann Pallhuber

    Water! Elixir of life and force of nature. Sparkling, flowing, powerfully foaming??"a valuable resource. The crystal clear, tranquil mountain lakes. The wild and savage roaring waterfalls. The bizarre, intriguing tiny trickles the dangerous, rushing streams. Water in all its forms is a menacing beauty of mesmerising nature. Man is no match for water. Water enters his habitat, is kept at bay by its inhabitants, yet still finds a way back to conquer his land, is tamed through technology and through it all remains unpredictable. The small Tyrolean town of Mils, in Austria, has its own unique history with the wild Larsenn creek. Under continual threat from its turbulent waters, the dangers of the creek for the small village could only be overcome after several disasters and floods. The composition Wild Waters takes up the story and presents the conflicting elements of danger and beauty at its heart. Wild Waters was commissioned by the Mils near Imst Brass Band, conducted by Hannes Nagiller and is a compulsory piece in the B level of the regional competition at the 2015 Tyrolean Brass Band Association in Innsbruck.

    Estimated delivery 10-12 days

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  • £53.00

    Festive - Bertrand Moren

    Bertrand Moren originally composed this march for the brass band Concordia of Bagnes in Switzerland, of which he is the conductor. Festive develops a sparkling and playful melodic line over a strong theme in the low brass section. This version for concert band is full of vitality and will bring a touch of liveliness to any concert. Festive is also suitable for an outdoor performance.

    Estimated delivery 10-12 days

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  • £64.00

    A Taste of Honey Wind Band Set (Score & Parts)

    Ever heard of Tijuana Taxi, Spanish Flea or A Taste of Honey? Even if these names do not ring a bell, everyone has certainly hummed along when hearing these pieces on the radio. These titles were made famous in the 1960s by the trumpeter Herb Alpert and his band Tijuana Brass and are still extremely popular today. This arrangement is full of surprises with exciting fragments, sparkling and catchy passages and colourful instrumentations. A part for electric guitar intensifies the swinging feeling of the piece, but is not obligatory. This arrangement will definitely get the audience in a party mood. 02:50

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  • £44.95

    Chino Hills (Concert Band - Score and Parts) - O'Reilly, John

    Syncopated brass and driving percussion open this sparkling concert selection. The rhythmic woodwind melody that enters after the brief introduction is set in the Dorian mode, a tonality that dominates the remainder of the piece. The very prominent percussion section gives way to a more delicate woodblock, triangle and tambourine ostinato that accompanies the light hearted second theme. Trumpets now take over the melody and the style hints at the early Hispanic roots of Chico Hills. A lyrical theme in the original Dorian mode highlights the slower middle section that builds to a dramatic climax before returning to the opening Allegro and a short exciting conclusion. Duration: 4.00

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  • £57.42

    Fanfare and Fantasy

    This exciting piece by the freshest sounding composer today features dynamic brass, sparkling woodwinds, bold percussion sounds along with contemporary harmonies.

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