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    Eternal Light (Concert Band - Score and Parts) - Meechan, Peter

    Eternal Light is a piece of music telling the oldest story of them all, that of good against evil. The saxophones take the lead role, telling their tales of peace throughout the composition, whilst the brass are the forces of evil! They battle throughout the piece, before eventually the saxophones win the day, and good defeats evil in the peaceful conclusion.

  • £14.95

    Eternal Light (Concert Band - Score Only) - Meechan, Peter

    Eternal Light is a piece of music telling the oldest story of them all, that of good against evil. The saxophones take the lead role, telling their tales of peace throughout the composition, whilst the brass are the forces of evil! They battle throughout the piece, before eventually the saxophones win the day, and good defeats evil in the peaceful conclusion.

  • £70.95

    FINDING A WAY (Concert Band) - Bernotas, Chris

    Beginning with an unresolved emotion and motive, this work travels through many emotions looking for a way to find resolution and comfort, conveying an uplifting and hopeful spirit that ultimately finds peace. (4:15)

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  • £61.00

    He Shall Feed His Flock Wind Band Set (Score & Parts)

    It is interesting to recall that Handel wrote Messiah, his most famous work whilst at the lowest point of his career, suffereing from fianantial hardship and depression. It was only composing that distracted him from this misery. In He Shall Feed His Flock,based on texts of Isaiah and Matthew, we hear praise for the peace that the Messiah has brought to earth. 0:05:21

  • £113.00

    Heaven and Earth Wind Band Set (Score & Parts)

    An Astrological Composition. Astrology is based on the principle that each sort of time has its own quality. In order to determine the quality of a particular moment, an astrologer looks at the position of the planets in the solar sustem at that moment. Each planet has specific types of energies and its location provides unique information for a certain moment on Earth. Thus: its position in the sky tells something about what happens on Earth. In this composition the types of energies of four planets are musically translated. The four planet were not randomly chosen. There are two pairs, whose influence and energy are opposite. Venus and Mars. Venus represents the feminine principle: harmony, beauty, art, and the ability to make relationships and to keep the peace. Venus connects, and communicates in order to maintain the balance. Mars represent the masculine principle: winning, impulsiveness, enthusiasm, and sexual energy for procreation. He creates war enabling the strongest to triumph. Mars is musically depicted in a stirring march in which enthusiasm characterises the masculine character. Saturn and Jupiter. Saturn represents concentration and withdrawal: the strong notion of responsibility, seriousness, self-discipline and melancholy. Saturn is the hermit who will conquer his fears and worries in minimal conditions and by self-chastisement. This contemplative character is depicted in the music as if it is almost standing still, which also reflects the given character of this planet. Jupiter represents growth and expansion: the positive, self-confidence, the good Samaritan, the healer. Jupiter is the philosopher who will make the world a better place, sees future possibilities, and searches for eternal values. He is the prophet who sometimes rants and raves his doctrine and proclamations, resulting musically in a whirling and upbeat finale. not looking back at what has been but searching for new challenges. "Heaven and Earth" was commisioned by the Music Lending and Information Centre (MUI), a department of the library for the province of Gelderland in Arnhem, The Netherlands.Een astrologische compositie. Astrologie is gebaseerd op het principe dat elke tijd zijn eigen kwaliteit heeft. ""Tijd voor koffie"" of ""het was je tijd nog niet"" als bijvoorbeeld een baan aan je neus voorbij is gegaan. Om de kwaliteit van een moment te lezen kijkt de astroloog naar de stand van de planeten in ons zonnestelsel op dat tijdstip. Elke planeet heeft specifieke energien en de plaats aan de hemel geeft unieke informatie over een bepaald moment op aarde. Oftewel: de stand aan de hemel (Ouranos) vertelt iets over wat er op aarde (Gaia) gebeurt. In deze compositie worden de energien van vier planeten muzikaal vertaald. De vier planeten zijn niet lukraak gekozen. Het zijn twee paren, die qua invloed en energie tegenovergesteld zijn. Venus en Mars. Venus vertegenwoordigt het vrouwelijke principe: harmonieus, schoonheid, de kunst, het vermogen om verbindingen aan te gaan en de vrede te bewaren. Venus geeft door en verbindt om de balans te bewaren. Mars vertegenwoordigt het mannelijke principe: winnen, anderen aftroeven, impulsief en enthousiast, seksuele energie voor de voortplanting. Mars creert oorlog om de sterkste te laten zegevieren. Venus staat tot Mars als vrede staat tot oorlog, als verbinden staat tot verbreken, als harmonie staat tot competitie. Jupiter en Saturnus. Jupiter vertegenwoordigt groei en expansie: het positieve zelfvertrouwen, de weldoener, de genezer. Jupiter is de filosoof die de wereld wil verbeteren, vooruitkijkend en zoekend naar eeuwige waarden, de profeet die soms al te bombastisch zijn leer verkondigt. Saturnus vertegenwoordigt concentratie en inkrimping: het sterke verantwoordelijkheidsbesef, soberheid, zelfdiscipline en melancholie. Saturnus is de kluizenaar die onder minimale voorwaarden en zelfkastijding zijn angsten wil overwinnen. De harde, serieuze werker die volgens vaste regels stug doorgaat om aan zijn hoge eisen te voldoen. Jupiter staat tot Saturnus als uitbreiding staat tot inkrimping, als zelfvertrouwen staat tot faalangst, als vrijheid staat tot structuur. 11:00

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    HIGH SIERRAS (Concert Band) - Wagner, Douglas

    Picture the towering majesty of mountains, wreathed in clouds at times, brilliant in sunshine at other times. The serene grandeur and beauty are testaments to peace within nature and within the soul of man. Douglas Wagner's overture for band presents an opportunity in performance to scale new heights in dramatic expression and allows all elements of the human spirit to focus on the beauty of sound Captivating!

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    Hymn For Africa (Trumpet Solo) (Concert Band - Score and Parts) - Meechan, Peter

    Inspired by the release of Nelson Mandela in the early 1990s, "Hymn for Africa" pays tribute to the sense of dignity and peace that he brought not only to South Africa, but around the entire globe. As the beautifully lush chorale unfolds, quietly undulating drums murmur in the distance and gradually build into a rousing climax.

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    Hymn For Africa (Trumpet Solo) (Concert Band - Score Only) - Meechan, Peter

    Inspired by the release of Nelson Mandela in the early 1990s, "Hymn for Africa" pays tribute to the sense of dignity and peace that he brought not only to South Africa, but around the entire globe. As the beautifully lush chorale unfolds, quietly undulating drums murmur in the distance and gradually build into a rousing climax.

  • £67.32

    In a Japanese Garden

    This is a great opportunity for your ensemble to present a selection highlighting the musical styles of this richly vibrant culture. Written as a result of the composer's visit to Japan, this character piece is constructed in the style of a "promenade"...as if the listener is strolling through a traditional garden filled with sculptured trees and shrubs, fish ponds and beautiful flowers. The subtle melodic and harmonic elements convey a carefree sense of serenity, joy and peace to the listener. This will be a concert favorite for both your students and your audiences.

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    Inspiration Wind Band Set (Score & Parts)

    Inspiration was commissioned by the Solothurnischer Kanotonal Musikverband in Switzerland in 1993. The composition begins with an A-theme written in a Phrygian tonality and, after an enormous climax, moves on into a quicker B-section, characterized by the use of wide interval jumps. Then follows the development in which both themes return individually and together. Peace and quiet is restored in the slow middle movement, based on the B-theme. The movement comes to a close with a tutti B-theme, brutally interrupted by fragments from the A-theme. Without a break, the final movement of this contrastive piece develops from these fragments. The theme of this extremely rhythmical closing movement is built up of elements from the A-theme, whilst the B-theme (from the slow middle movement) returns in full once more. Before the piece comes to a close in a resounding fortissimo, the cornet soloist performs the A-theme from the back of the auditorium, to special effect. 0:10:00

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