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  • £49.00

    From Wales to Harlech (Concert Band - Score and Parts) - Glover, Andrew

    From Wales To Harlech is a stately British-styled march, combining two famous Welsh marching songs: "The Prince of Wales March" and "Men of Harlech." Carefully scored for access by second year bands, this outstanding concert march is a perfect selection for any concert situation. Ranges and technical demands are limited, but the musical and programmatic rewards are high! Our highest recommendation! Duration: 2.15

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  • £53.50

    New South Wales March - John Edmondson

    New South Wales March is named for the original settlement in Australia which later became the name of the state situated on the southeast side of the continent. It begins with an original tune by the composer, and employs thepopular Australian folk song, Waltzing Matilda, as its trio strain.

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  • £116.40

    The Harp of Wales - Gerard Boedijn

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  • £45.70

    Prince of Wales - Orcino

    A stately concert march with an impressive regal sound that is perfect for concert and festival performances by developing bands. A great way to introduce your students to the traditional English march style with a well crafted and appealing march that is playable by younger players. A Real Winner!

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  • £56.10

    March for the Prince of Wales - Joseph Haydn

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  • £94.95

    DAY OF THE DRAGON - Peter Graham

    Additional Score: 29.95 The latest in a series of "world music" features by Peter Graham (including Cry of the Celts, Windows of the World and Call of the Cossacks), the concert band version of Day of the Dragonwas commissioned by the Welsh Amateur Music Federation for the National Youth Wind Orchestra of Wales with additional funds from the Arts Council of Wales and PRS Foundation. The first performance was given by the National Youth Wind Orchestra of Wales, conductor Frank Renton, in the Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff, on April 7 2005.The five movements are based on traditional Welsh Folk Songs and feature solos for flute, trombone (or bassoon), horn, flugel, euphonium : 1) Overture (Ar lan y mor, Hunting the Hare) 2) Lullaby (Suo Gan) 3) Welsh Clog Dance 4) Ballad (By Kell's Waters) 5) Triumph (Men of Harlech)

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  • £110.00

    I Was Glad When They Said Unto Me (Choir with Concert Band - Score and Parts) - Parry, Hubert C. - Noble, Paul

    I Was Glad is an introit commonly used in the Anglican Church, and also used as an anthem traditionally sung at the coronation of the British monarch. Its most famous setting was written in 1902 by Sir Hubert Parry. Parry's version was composed for the coronation of King Edward VII in 1902, and revised in 1911 for that of King George V, when the familiar introduction was added. This setting employs antiphonal choir effects and brass fanfares. Apart from the imperial splendour of the music, the chief innovation is the incorporation in the central section of the acclamations Vivat Rex... or Vivat Regina... (Long live King/Queen...) with which the King's or Queen's Scholars of Westminster School have traditionally greeted the entrance of the monarch since the coronation of King James II in 1685. This section is generally omitted when the anthem is performed on other occasions. At the last coronation, that of Elizabeth II in 1953, the acclamation took the form of Vivat Regina Elizabetha. Parry's setting of I Was Glad was performed on 29 April 2011 at the Westminster Abbey wedding of Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge (formerly Kate Middleton) as the processional music for the bride and her father and the bridal attendants. It had previously been performed at the wedding of the Duke's parents, Charles, Prince of Wales and Diana, Princess of Wales in 1981.

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  • £89.99

    The Pageant of London - Frank Bridge

    Frank Bridge was one of the finest English composers of the first half of the 20th century. The Pageant of London is his only work for wind band, comprising of two marches, one scored from Bridge’s best known organ piece and including the chimes of Big Ben, plus three short renaissance pastiche items, one arranged from Playford (later used by Peter Warlock in Capriol Suite). The music is tuneful, approachable and, in the words of wind band ‘legend’ Timothy Reynish makes a fine alternative to Holst’s two suites, which were composed around the same time. Reynish has introduced this work to concert bands right across the world. It has been performed in USA and the Far East, recorded by the celebrated Kosei Wind Orchestra of Japan and also by the BBC National Orchestra of Wales in the Chandos edition of Bridge Orchestral Music.

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  • £129.99

    Albion Heritage (Concert Band - Score and Parts) - Sparke, Philip

    A British Folk Song FantasyCommissioned to write a patriotic piece, Albion Heritage is a folk song fantasy by Philip Sparke, based on melodies originating across various British Islands. Songs include: Brighton Camp from England, O Waly, Waly from Scotland, and the famous Men of Harlech from Wales. Albion Heritage is a stunning and enjoyable arrangement sure to stir up patriotic pride in every performance!Duration: 8:45

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