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    Frank Sinatra Hits Medley - Naohiro Iwai

    Cheek To Cheek, I Get A Kick Out Of You, Everybody Loves Somebody, I've Got You Under My Skin and My Way together form the Frank Sinatra Hits Medley. Frank Sinatra's songs are timeless classics and this arrangement will undoubtedly bring great pleasure to all your audience.

    Estimated delivery 10-12 days

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  • £68.50

    Crooner's Serenade (Concert Band - Score and Parts) - Williams, Justin

    Justin Williams features three favourite tunes that Michael Buble resurrected with his velvety voice. Featuring "Moondance," "I've Got You Under My Skin," and closing with "Save the Last Dance for Me," the variety of textures and styles in this medley are astounding. You won't find a pop medley that will capture the imagination of your audience better than this one!Duration: 5.00

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  • £117.99

    Frank Sinatra Hits Medley (Concert Band - Score and Parts) - Iwai, Naohiro

    Cheek To Cheek, I Get A Kick Out Of You, Everybody Loves Somebody, I've Got You Under My Skin and My Way together form the Frank Sinatra Hits Medley. Frank Sinatra's songs are timeless classics and this arrangement will undoubtedly bring great pleasure to all your audience.Duration: 9.00

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  • £63.00

    SALUTE TO OL' BLUE EYES (Young Band) - Moss, John

    For over 60 years the life and music of Frank Sinatra touched millions with many of America's most popular songs forever connected with his indelible style. Here are several of his most notable hits, captured brilliantly for band by John Moss. Includes: I've Got You Under My Skin, Strangers In The Night, That's Life, and The Lady Is A Tramp

  • £13.95

    Festival of Music 2003

    1Reach for the SkyJohn AddisonThe Massed Bands of the Royal Air Force3.292The TrapRon GoodwinThe Massed Bands of the Royal Air Force2.573Come What MayBuerwaldCorporal Matthew Little with The Massed Bands of the Royal Air Force4.324Carnival of Venicearr. Duncan StubbsThe Massed Bands of the Royal Air Force5.595Tribute to Cole Porterarr. RichardsonThe Massed Bands of the Royal Air Force9.356CzardasMonti arr. Duncan StubbsCpl Barry Stringer & Cpl Justine Stringer The Massed Bands of the Royal Air Force3.547Coastal Command Suite, Excerpts fromR. Vaughan WilliamsThe Massed Bands of the Royal Air Force7.158The Other Side of the Rainbowarr. Hunt/LaidlerEmer McParland with The Massed Bands of the Royal Air Force8.339Clarinet ConcertoMozart arr. CasteelJnr Tech Gayle Williams (Clarinet) with The Massed Bands of the Royal Air Force5.3110On the Street Where You LiveLerner & LoeweCorporal Matthew Little with The Massed Bands of the Royal Air Force3.4811CartoonPaul HartThe Massed Bands of the Royal Air Force10.1212I've Got a Gal in KalamazooWarren & GordonThe Massed Bands of the Royal Air Force4.3713Songs of World War Iarr. RichardsonThe Massed Bands of the Royal Air Force4.2714Royal Air Force March PastDavies & DysonThe Massed Bands of the Royal Air Force1.56

    Estimated delivery 5-7 days
  • £58.95

    PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN: Dead Man's Chest (Young Band) - Zimmer, Hans - Ricketts, Ted

    Including familiar themes from the original soundtrack plus exciting musical sequences from the second instalment, here is a dynamic medley guaranteed to shiver ye timbers! Includes: I've Got My Eye On You; Jack Sparrow; The Kraken

  • £253.00

    Goldberg 2012 - Svein H. Giske

    The first time I heard Bach's Goldberg Variations was in the movie Silence of the lambs, in the early 1990s. I noticed the beautiful background music in one of the scenes, but at that time I didn't know what it was. A few years later, when I was studiying at the Grieg Academy, I got to know the entire piece. For me, this is a piece of music which I can listen to countless times. I think it sounds as fresh today as it did more than 15 years ago and it never ceases to inspire me.Both Bach's composition and Glenn Gould's famous 1955 recording (which was the first one I heard) still makes a great impression on me. Before Gould recorded it at age 22, it wasn't a highly ranked piece amongst pianists and Bach was by many viewed as a bit old-fashioned. The young Canadian turned all this around. He managed to portray Bach in a reformed way, producing fine nuances in phrasing and making the many layers in Bach's music more transparent than anyone before him. Thus he plunged both himself and Bach (back) onto the international music scene.When The Norwegian Band Federation (NMF) asked me to write the test piece for NM in 2012, it was only natural for me to use the Goldberg Variations as a starting point and inspiration for my work.Since I was a teenager at NMF's summer courses in the mid eighties I've always listened to many different styles of music. Growing up in Sunnmre with the Brazz Brothers as teachers and mentors, jazz-, pop/rock- and folk music were early on a natural part of my musical background. I also have my classical education from the Grieg Academy on trumpet. As the title of my piece implies, I've wanted to bring Bach to the present and put his music into various modern musical landscapes. I think you can bring about a special kind of energy when music from different genres are mixed and I've tried to do this by mixing Bach with artists and musical styles from the present.In Goldberg 2012, the music is often constructed by several layers, which in a way are living parallel musical lives. They are seemingly moving or floating freely, almost unaware of each other, but bound together by the same basic pulse. The rythms, however, are often notated on a different rythmic subdivision level than the usual 8th- or 16th note levels.By doing this, I hope to achieve transparent sounds that rythmically are perceived as more free and detached from each other.In large sections of the piece, pop/jazz is fusioned with elements from Bach.I guess you could have this little scene as a synopsis for the piece: picture a group of musicians meeting: some are classical performers, some are jazz. They start to improvise together, each in their own voice or musical dialect and I'm sort of in the middle, trying to write down what they are playing. This is what I feel much of Goldberg 2012 is about.The foundation of the piece, in addition to Bach and references from pop/jazz music, lies also in my own material. This material, basically two chords, is heard in it's purest form in the 1st movement.I use these chords to create scales, new chords and different motifs which contribute to blend together the different moods of the piece.It has not been my intention to copy Bach's form (theme and 30 variations), but rather to use the bits and pieces that I like the most as an inspiration for my own variations.The 1st movement, Aria 2, is for my 3rd son, Olav, who was born on the 21st of April 2011,and the 5th movement, From long ago, is dedicated to the memory of my father, Svein J. Giske, who passed away on the 6th of June 2011.-Svein H. Giske, January 2012-

    Estimated delivery 10-12 days