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  • £54.00

    One (from A Chorus Line) (Concert Band - Score and Parts) - Hamlisch & Kleban - Vinson, Johnnie

    One Singluar Sensation! This popular song is from the classic musical and film, A Chorus Line

  • £192.00

    A Chorus Line - HAMLISCH, Marvin / KLEBAN, Edward (Arr.: Ted Parson)

    Opening / I Can Do That / Dance:Ten; Looks: Three / What I Did For Love / One

    Estimated delivery 10-14 days

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  • £148.00

    CHORUS LINE, A (Advanced Concert Band) - Parson, Ted

    Includes: Opening; I Can Do That; Dance: Ten, Looks: Three; What I Did for Love; One. Duration: 7:45

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  • £45.95

    BEAT IT (Hot Pop)

    Limited stock. Thriller's 1982 release marked the beginning of Michael Jackson's entry into another level of fame. It also awarded him seven Top Ten singles from the nine tracks on the album. Beat It, with its funky bass line and driving chorus, was one of those hits. Arranged at an intermediate level, this Top Ten single will surely be a hit with your ensemble!

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  • £75.00

    Masters inTthis Hall (Concert Band with Optional Choir - Score and Parts) - Noble & Willcocks

    Masters in This Hall (alternative title: Nowell, Sing We Clear) is a Christmas carol with words written around 1860 by the English poet and artist William Morris to an old French dance tune. It is said to have a sixteenth-century feel, harking back to a simpler society, in line with Morris's own romanticism. It also has elements of Morris's socialist beliefs, with the poor bringing news of Christ's birth to the Masters in this Hall and a warning to the proud. The carol describes a poor man, emphasized by his rural dialect, drawing his master's attention to the birth of Christ by describing how he had met shepherds travelling to Bethlehem in solemn mood where, joining them, he had seen the Christ child in his mother's arms. The chorus repeats how the birth of Christ has raised up the poor and cast down the proud. This represents one of the Series of Band Arrangements compatible with David Willcocks' Carols for Choirs.

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