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  • £54.95

    The Army Goes Rolling Along - By Edmund L. Gruber, William Bryden, and Robert Danford / arr. Jerry Brubaker

    Announcing the second in a series of Armed Forces service songs for Young Band by Jerry Brubaker! "The Army Goes Rolling Along" is the official song of the United States Army and is typically called "The Army Song." The song is based on the "Caisson Song" written by field artillery First Lieutenant (later Brigadier General) Edmund L. Gruber, Lieutenant William Bryden, and Lieutenant (later Major General) Robert Danford while stationed at Fort Stotsenburg in the Philippines in March 1908. The tune quickly became popular in field artillery units. This exciting march is further embellished by the call of the bugle.

    Estimated delivery 3-5 days

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  • £85.99

    March of the Robot Army (Concert Band - Score and Parts) - Sparke, Philip

    March of the Robot Army was commissioned by Linda Anzolin and Giordano-Bruno Tedeschi for Campobanda 2019, with funds made available by Just Italia. Campobanda is an Italian summer music camp for 8 to 18 year olds which has a different theme every year. The theme for 2019 was 'science fiction', so composer Philip Sparke chose to write a robot march. After a quirky introduction featuring trumpet calls and chromatic figures, the main theme appears in a minor mode on clarinet and tenor sax and is then taken up by the full band. A change of key heralds a new theme, led by the trumpet and again repeated by the full ensemble. A further change of key introduces a legato 'trio' melody over a rather robotic accompaniment: instruments are added bit by bit until a climax is reached. Small motifs from the introduction then lead back to a full recapitulation, revisiting the first two themes in new guises before finishing the march with a flourish. Duration: 5.00

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    March of the Robot Army - Philip Sparke

    March of the Robot Army was commissioned by Linda Anzolin & Giordano-Bruno Tedeschi for Campobanda 2019, with funds made available by JUST ITALIA. Campobanda is an Italian summer music camp for 8- to 18-year-olds (held in Camposilvano in 2019) which has a different theme every year. The theme for 2019 was 'science fiction', so composer Philip Sparke chose to write a robot march. After a quirky introduction featuring trumpet calls and chromatic figures, the main theme appears in a minor mode on clarinet and tenor sax and is then taken up by the full band. A change of key heralds a new theme, led by the trumpet and again repeated by the full ensemble. A further change of key introduces a legato 'trio' melody over a rather robotic accompaniment: instruments are added bit by bit until a climax is reached. Small motifs from the introduction then lead back to a full recapitulation, revisiting the first two themes in new guises before finishing the march with a flourish.

    Estimated delivery 10-12 days
  • £49.95

    DAMBUSTERS MARCH, The (Army Journal) - Coates, Eric - Duthoit, W. J.

    Army Journal 787. Recorded on Polyphonic QPRM125D FESTIVAL OF MUSIC 1996, Massed Bands of the Royal Air Force; QPRM126D FESTIVAL OF MUSIC 1997, Massed Band of the Royal Air Force; QPRM128D THE ROYAL AIR FORCE 80TH ANNIVERSARY CONCERT, Central Band of the Royal Air Force and The Band of the Royal Air Force Regiment; QPRM130D FIESTA, Central Band of the Royal Air Force. A full listing of Chappell Army Journals is available - click the Chappell symbol on the home page. Printed to Order. Each set includes Conductor (Condensed Score); 2 x Solo B flat Clarinet; 2 x 1st B flat Cornet; 2 x Basses and 1 each of all other parts as originally published. We are unable to supply parts not included in the original sets.

  • £49.95

    LONDON (Suite) (Army Journal) - Coates, Eric - Williams, Gerrard

    Army Journal 607. Includes: Covent Garden; Westminster (Meditation); In Town Tonight (Knightsbridge March). A full listing of Chappell Army Journals is available - click the Chappell symbol on the home page. Printed to Order. Each set includes Conductor (Condensed Score); 2 x Solo B flat Clarinet; 2 x 1st B flat Cornet; 2 x Basses and 1 each of all other parts as originally published. We are unable to supply parts not included in the original sets.

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  • £40.95

    Burnished Gold and Army Blue - Music by John Cacavas

    This concert march is destined to become a standard in the symphonic band repertoire. From the opening majestic statement, to the many themes featuring the various sections, its brilliance and power make it a shining showcase. The composer, a former arranger with the U.S. Army Band of Washington D.C., has dedicated the march to this most outstanding musical organization. (Grade 4)

    Estimated delivery 3-5 days
  • £37.00

    Colonial March

    Colonial March is a stately British style march for beginning bands. George Washington served in the British colonial army prior to the American Revolution when he became the colonies' Commander-in-Chief and later the first President of the new nation. Two melodies, Yankee Doodle and America (My Country 'Tis of Thee or God Save the King) were known to both the British and American armies and are incorporated in this precious march for the youngest of students.

    Estimated delivery 12-14 days

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  • £81.00

    Eagle Squadron March - Kenneth J. Alford

    When the Second World War began, the British March King Kenneth J. Alford (pseudonym for Major F. J. Ricketts, R.M.) was increasingly in bad health and had composed relatively little music recently. As Hitler's armies marched victoriously across Europe, Britain was soon alone facing the Nazi peril. Alford's great contribution to the war effort was the composition of two of his great masterpieces, ARMY OF THE NILE, celebrating the first Allied victories over the Germans in North Africa and EAGLE SQUADRON. The latter of these marches celebrates American airmen who travelled to England during the early years of the war (before the entry of the United States into the conflict) tovolunteer for service with the Royal Air Force, serving with great distinction during the Battle of Britain. Alford skillfully weaves a number of well-known tunes into the fabric of the music, including the Royal Air Force March and The Star-Spangled Banner, while also including a reference to the Siegfried motive from Wagner's Ring of the Nibelung. Mark Rogers' edition of this classic march includes a handsome full score and concert size set of parts.

    Estimated delivery 10-12 days
  • £50.50

    Colonial March - Gene Milford

    Colonial March is a stately British style march for beginning bands. George Washington served in the British colonial army prior to the American Revolution when he became the colonies' Commander-in-Chief and later the first President of the new nation. Two melodies, Yankee Doodle and America (My Country 'Tis of Thee or God Save the King) were known to both the British and American armies and are incorporated in this precious march for the youngest of students.

    Estimated delivery 10-12 days
  • £34.95

    March - Rosehill - Albert Jakeway

    March - Rosehill was composed by the conductor of the Rosehill band, a one Colonel Albert Jakeway and was named after the premises that were occupied by the Salvation Army's Assurance Society when they were evacuated during the World War 2. It is a majestic march that will find good use in a performance or marching band.

    Estimated delivery 5-7 days