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    Chicago (Concert Band - Score and Parts) - Ebb & Kander - Lopez, Victor

    This Broadway sensation keeps drawing the crowds. Victor Lpez has scored a home run with his fresh new medley of all of your favorite selections from the musical including: "My Own Best Friend," "Razzle Dazzle," and of course, "All That Jazz." Don't miss this new arrangement scored at the concert band level. It's hot. A certain audience pleaser. Duration: 4.15

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  • £44.95

    I Move On (from Chicago) - Music by John Kander, lyrics by Fred Ebb / arr. Douglas E. Wagner

    From the motion-picture musical Chicago!, here's the tasty soft-shoe tune that wasn't included in the Broadway musical. An enchanting melody staged over delicate rhythmic pulse. A winner both on the screen and for your concert, this is one charmer not to miss. (2:47)

    Estimated delivery 3-5 days
  • £77.00

    Coast to Coast: An American Musical Road Trip

    Travel across the country from New York to San Francisco and points in between, as this medley drives you through some of the best-known songs about U.S. cities and states in just a few minutes! Just be sure to hold onto your seat. Though the ride begins with a smooth cruise, there are a few tricky curves in the road ahead, and maybe even an Easter egg or two. Featuring: The Sidewalks of New York My Kind of Town (Chicago Is) Kansas City, Here I Come The Yellow Rose of Texas Viva Las Vegas I Left My Heart in San Francisco.

    Estimated delivery 10-12 days
  • £99.99

    Tribute to Dixie - Gilbert Tinner

    This scintillating work was written as a tribute to the jazz musicians of the New Orleans, Dixieland and Chicago styles of the 20s and 30s. It consists of an opening swing section in true Dixieland style, followed by a sleazy blues section. Ideally the band should be divided so there is a separate Dixieland band consisting of trumpet, clarinet, alto or tenor saxophone, trombone, banjo (optional) and tuba or double bass. Although the Dixieland band are mostly accompanied by the remainder of the concert band the accompanying players also get the chance to shine as every now and again they take over the musical themes.

    Estimated delivery 10-12 days

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  • £70.99

    And All That Jazz - John Kander - Frank Bernaerts

    Theme from the musical and motion picture "Chicago"

    Estimated delivery 10-12 days

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  • £399.00

    Symphony Nr. 3 Urban Landscapes Op. 55 - Franco Cesarini

    Fascinated by the beauty of Chicago, Franco Cesarini has translated his emotions into music: this is how Symphony No. 3 “Urban Landscapes” Op. 55, was born, a musical portrait of this metropolis overlooking Lake Michigan. The composition is divided into three movements: The Wrigley Building from Dawn to Noon, Blue Silhouette and Cloud Gates, which by sharing the same thematic material arranged in cyclical form, strengthen the overall cohesion of the piece. The first movement, preceded by a short slow introduction in which the main theme is presented in an almost dreamlike form, metaphorically represents the city at dawn. The sudden change of time symbolizes the start of activities with all its noises and sounds: you can hear the bell that announces the closing of the subway doors, the sound of cars speeding by, the siren of a patrol car. If the first movement represents the day, the second introduces a nocturnal environment: a melancholic melody played by the English horn anticipates a more animated tempo depicting melodies coming from jazz clubs. Powerful fanfares that take up the second theme of the first movement introduce the third movement. In this finale, the role of the two themes is reversed compared to the first movement and one takes the place of the other in a kind of games of mirrors. Symphony No. 3 “Urban Landscapes” Op. 55: a sumptuous musical portrait of the “Windy City”.

    Estimated delivery 10-12 days
  • £262.99

    Concerto In C For Piano And Symphonic Wind Orch. - Leroy Anderson

    A lot is known about the American composer Leroy Anderson. This son of Swedish immigrants played the piano, organ, accordion, trombone, tuba and double bass. He spoke several languages fluently and graduated from Harvard with first-class honours.While on military service, the army also commissioned him to write a manual on Icelandic grammar.He already started writing musical arrangements as a student, and from his 30th year arranged and composed for the Boston Pops Orchestra. Such melodiesas "Serenata", "The Typewriter", "Sleigh Ride" and "Bugler�s Holiday" made him world famous. His best-known work, "Blue Tango", reached number one in the US charts in 1952, and it sold more than a million copies. In 1975, a year after hisdeath, he was given a star at the "Walk of Fame" in Hollywood.Most of his works last no longer than three minutes, about the maximum length of a single at that time. One work that lasts longer is his 1953 Piano Concerto in C for piano and orchestra.The first performance was in Chicago, conducted by the composer and with Eugene List at the piano. However, after three performances he was no longer happy with the work and withdrew it. He always intended to revise it, but never got round to it. Itwas only in 1989 that the Anderson family decided to republish the work.This three-part composition is on the one hand characterised by a careless elegance, but on the other one can hear the influence of Rachmaninoff, Copland, Gershwin, and evenBeethoven and Mozart, as well as the Viennese classics.Anderson used the sonata form for the first movement. It ends with a cadenza that carries us on into the second part (in e minor). The third part is a typically cheerful American folk dance in2/4 time, a so-called "Hoe Down", with a lilting, lyrical passage as its middle section. At the end comes a solo passage followed by a rapid close.In this piano concerto, Anderson combines a rigidly classical form of composition with simple andappealing themes and elements from light music. So this work is a perfect synthesis of light music and what is called serious music, in the same way as Gershwin�s "Rhapsody in Blue". A work that can be played equally well in a concerthall, at an open-air concert or even a pop concert.

    Estimated delivery 10-12 days

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  • £63.00

    Ascend (Concert Band - Score and Parts) - Hazo, Samuel R.

    Movement III of Georgian Suite.Composed for Tapp Middle School in Powder Springs, GA and premiered at the 2005 Midwest Clinic in Chicago, Ascend is a driving and energetic work designed to sound great with younger bands. The combination of mixed meters and syncopation gives the main theme a unique edge, and there is a brief 3-part fugue woven into the texture of the piece. Sure to provide a rewarding and varied musical experience for your players.Duration: 3.00

  • £77.00

    Chant Funeraire (Concert Band - Score and Parts) - Faure, Gabriel - Moss, John

    This hauntingly beautiful piece by Faure was commissioned by the French government in 1921 as a memorial for the centenary of Napoleon's death. It has been magnificently orchestrated for wind band by Myron Moss, and is already garnering national attention with several important performances including The Midwest Clinic in Chicago, December 2003. Expansive and rich-sounding, this piece demands a mature group but delivers an impressive and rewarding musical experience.Duration: 7:30