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  • £59.99

    Stephenson's Rocket (Wind Band/Score & Parts) - Nigel Hess

    This seven-minute concert overture recalls the early days of the railways, and one of the most famous engines of all time, ??The Rocket??. It was commissioned by the Director of the North Hertfordshire Wind Band, Phillip Ellis, who is the great-great-great-grandson of Stephenson, and depicts the Victorian carnival atmosphere on the day of the engine??s inauguration. An ideal work for a good school, youth or county level band.

    In stock: Estimated delivery 1-2 days
  • £7.95

    A Merrie Olde Christmas - Traditional British Carols / arr. Douglas E. Wagner

    Although the traditions began several centuries ago, here is a colorful medley of carols in contemporary treatments that were popular in Victorian England. Including "The Holly and the Ivy," "God Rest You Merry, Gentlemen," and "The First Nowell," this is properly joyous music for the happiest time of the year. (2:30)

    Estimated delivery 3-5 days

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  • £43.95

    Bellefonte Overture - By Robert Sheldon

    Written for the Bellefonte Community Band, this piece captures the spirit and complexion of this delightful village in central Pennsylvania, including the lovely Victorian homes as well as the bubbling spring for which the town was named. This title is available in SmartMusic.

    Estimated delivery 3-5 days

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  • £74.95

    Bill Bailey (Concert Band - Score and Parts) - Cannon, Hughie - Geldard, Bill

    Bill Bailey is an old song made popular in the British Music Halls of the Victorian and Edwardian eras. As a top trombone player and bog band arranger Geldard, Bill has used familiar idioms from the circus march to the jazz waltz to provide a contemporary and entertaining score which will be ideal for any concert.

  • £14.95

    Bill Bailey (Concert Band - Score Only) - Cannon, Hughie - Geldard, Bill

    Bill Bailey is an old song made popular in the British Music Halls of the Victorian and Edwardian eras. As a top trombone player and bog band arranger Geldard, Bill has used familiar idioms from the circus march to the jazz waltz to provide a contemporary and entertaining score which will be ideal for any concert.

  • £49.95

    Chanson De Matin (Flute Solo) (Concert Band - Score and Parts) - Brand, Michael

    This piece was a quick pot boiler, written in 1899 at the same time as he was completing the Enigma Variations, which was to see his break-through as a composer, but the Chanson has also made its mark as a lovely reminder of late Victorian ballads at their best.

  • £9.95

    Chanson De Matin (Flute Solo) (Concert Band - Score Only) - Brand, Michael

    This piece was a quick pot boiler, written in 1899 at the same time as he was completing the Enigma Variations, which was to see his break-through as a composer, but the Chanson has also made its mark as a lovely reminder of late Victorian ballads at their best.

  • £49.95

    MERRIE OLDE CHRISTMAS, A (Easy Concert Band) - Wagner, Douglas E.

    Although the traditions began several centuries ago, here is a colorful medley of carols that were popular in Victorian England in contemporary treatments. Including "The Holly and the Ivy," "God Rest You Merry, Gentlemen," and "The First Nowell," this is properly joyous music for the happiest time of the year. (2:30)

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  • £84.95

    The Galloping Major (Concert Band - Score and Parts) - Bastow, George - Jacob, Gordon

    During the 1940's, BBC radio listeners enjoyed a weekly comedy programme, which starred the comedian Tommy Handley, called It's That Man Again (ITMA). A feature of each programme was a witty arrangement for orchestra of a popular or Music Hall song. These were always made specially for the programme, many were by Jacob, Gordon. The Galloping Major was an ITMA arrangement. A popular Music Hall tune from the Victorian era, in Jacob, Gordon's hands, becomes a musical gem. This new version for Concert Band, transcribed by Steadman-Allen, Ray, retains all the fun of the original.

  • £16.95

    The Galloping Major (Concert Band - Score Only) - Bastow, George - Jacob, Gordon

    During the 1940's, BBC radio listeners enjoyed a weekly comedy programme, which starred the comedian Tommy Handley, called It's That Man Again (ITMA). A feature of each programme was a witty arrangement for orchestra of a popular or Music Hall song. These were always made specially for the programme, many were by Jacob, Gordon. The Galloping Major was an ITMA arrangement. A popular Music Hall tune from the Victorian era, in Jacob, Gordon's hands, becomes a musical gem. This new version for Concert Band, transcribed by Steadman-Allen, Ray, retains all the fun of the original.