The King of Siam - Pimpanit Karoonyavanich - 06'30'' - BVT107 Many foreigners who travel to Thailand for the first time always wonder why Thai people love their king so much, even more than their own life. However, that question is quickly answered after they realize how much our king sacrifies his life to develop Thai people's way of living especially the poor ones. He proves that the “love” from his people doesn't come from his birth as the royal family, but from his hard-working. As a Thai composer, Pimpanit wrote this piece out of her love and gratefulness she has to her beloved king of Thailand, His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej, in the occasion of his 88 years old birthday. At this moment he already marks 70 years on the throne and he is also the world's longest-reigning living monarch, ascended to the throne. “Siam” was the name of Thailand before 1948.
A suite of old French folksongs cleverly arranged for concert band. A wonderful combination of children's games, love songs, troubadour's tunes, court music and rollicking songs for the King's Ryoal Hunt. A real masterwork!Movements:I. Le FuretII. The Laurel GroveIII. King DagobertEstimated delivery 10-12 days
The music of Benny Goodman was the driving force in launching the swing era in the mid 1930s. With the familiar hits Let's Dance; Stompin' at the Savoy; Moonglow and Sing, Sing, Sing, this energetic and well-scored medley pays a fitting tribute to the King of Swing.Estimated delivery 10-12 days
Stately, regal and dignified are all words to describe "Into The Court Of The King." The march begins softly, and gradually grows as the music develops, giving the feeling of a courtly procession. Even though ranges are limited, this exceptional march will make your band sound musically rich and mature. A valuable teaching piece, suitable for any concert or festival performance. Beginning band writing at its finest!Estimated delivery 10-12 days
The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King, Selections from - Music by Howard Shore / arr. Michael Story
The movie was a blockbuster and the award-winning film score by Howard Shore dramatically enhanced the screenplay of this timeless film. This dynamic medley includes all the familiar selections and concludes with the endeared title "Into the West." Other titles include: "A Storm Is Coming," "Minas Morgul," "Minas Tirith," and "Return of the King." (4:53)Estimated delivery 3-5 days
Into the West (from The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King) - Music by Howard Shore, words by Fran Walsh, Howard Shore, and Annie Lennox / arr. Douglas E. Wagner
"Into the West," from the Academy Award-winning film The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King won the Best Song category at the 2004 Academy Awards. Since the film's release this beautiful ballad has received unending global acclaim. Now arranged for your concert band, this title is sure to garner a standing ovation. (4:23)Estimated delivery 3-5 days
The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King, Symphonic Suite from - Music by Howard Shore / arr. Victor López
All the familiar melodies from the Academy Award-winning final movie in the trilogy are woven into this stunning medley. Titles include: "The Steward Of Gondor," "Minas Tirith," "The End Of All Things," "Into the West," and "The Return of the King." Incredibly true to Howard Shore's original film score manuscript, this is a vibrant transcription every library should contain. (11:25)Estimated delivery 3-5 days
Into the West (from The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King) - Music by Howard Shore, words by Fran Walsh, Howard Shore, Annie Lennox / arr. Michael Story
The emotionally charged main theme from The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King has been scored for your beginners. All the excitement without the rhythmic concerns. A superb choice for any program. Musical and rewarding. (2:35)Estimated delivery 3-5 days
The music of Benny Goodman was the driving force in launching the swing era in the mid 1930s. With the familiar hits Let's Dance; Stompin' at the Savoy; Moonglow and Sing, Sing, Sing, this energetic and well-scored medley pays a fitting tribute to the "King of Swing.
Jnos Galli (1921-2006) was a conductor, composer, music teacher, and a well-known and highly respected personality in Hungarian wind music life. The most important of his works are his series of marches, folksong arrangements and church music. He was excellent at instrumentation, and for its fine sound and easy playability we recommend to young bands and their conductors this work of his composed in memory of the king who founded the Hungarian state