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  • £85.30

    Poseidon: God Of The Seas - J. McBride

    The power and fury of the Greek god Poseidon comes alive in this thrilling programmatic epic by Jonathan McBride! Raise angry seas and furious storms with your ensemble as Poseidon, filled with rage and anguish, takes revenge on the giant scorpion for the death of his son. Pulsating rhythms, soaring melodies, and ominous harmonies combine to create intense musical drama. Take your audiences on a harrowing, exhilarating, and unforgettable adventure with "Poseidon: God Of The Seas." Superb!

    Estimated delivery 10-12 days
  • £84.00

    POSEIDON, The (Advanced Concert Band) - Badelt, Klaus - Kabat, Jiri

    Movie: The Poseidon Duration: 4:02 American Grade 4

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  • £87.50

    The Winds of Poseidon (from The Odyssey (Symphony No. 2)) - By Robert W. Smith

    The Winds of Poseidon launches the eagerly awaited Second Symphony from the pen of Robert W. Smith. This work, the second movement of the symphony, is based on the classic story The Odyssey. Odysseus is the shipwrecked warrior who wanders the land and sea for ten years, and this bold musical statement captures the essence of the powerful winds and waves that propel Odysseus on his journey. The center section was inspired by the tale of the Sirens, whose beautiful and captivating singing lured sailors to their deaths on the rocks. The genius of the composer is strongly in evidence in this gigantic musical tale. (7:33)

    Estimated delivery 3-5 days
  • £182.20

    Poseidon - Hardy Mertens

    Estimated delivery 10-12 days
  • £100.00

    The Poseidon - Klaus Badelt - Kabat

    Estimated delivery 10-12 days
  • £25.40

    Poseidon - Aldo Rafael Forte

    Estimated delivery 10-12 days
  • £12.50

    Boreas - Jan Bosveld

    In Greek mythology, Boreas is the God of the North Wind. When thinking of the north wind we particularly think of the bleak wind coming from the freezing cold north, but in Homers' work we see a more varied picture. As shown in the following two stories, Boreas often does play the role of a storm wind that blows forth heavy dark clouds while whipping up the dark waves of the tempestuous sea to mountainous heights. When the stake of the fallen Patroclos refuses to burn, Achilles begs for some wind. When Iris, the swift messenger of the Gods, asks the winds for assistance, they raise themselves up with tremendous roaring and rush to Troy. Upon their arrival they blow the divine fire of Patroclos' stake far up into the sky. When Troy was destroyed, the Greeks returned home. After many wanderings, Odysseus, however, ends up with the beautiful nymph, Calypso, who keeps him as a prisoner. As ordered by Zeus, Calypso frees him and sends him off on a handmade wooden raft. At sea, Odysseus is threatened by the aggressive sea god, Poseidon, who stirs up the winds and thrashes the waves with his trident. The goddess, Athena, stems the violence of all the winds except for the north wind, and thus it is Boreas, who sends Odysseus to the land of the hospitable Phaiakes. Jan Bosveld composed Boreas for OLTO, a music association in Loenen, The Netherlands, for which he had served as conductor for many years. Turbulent movement in both tempo and dynamics characterize this composition. The result is a whirling piece that races by in a positive manner. Boreas is in de Griekse mythologie de god van de noordenwind. Bij noordenwind denken wij vooral aan de gure wind uit het ijskoude noorden, bij Homerus echter zien we een meer gevarierd beeld. Natuurlijk speelt Boreas, zoals uit de twee onderstaande verhalen blijkt, meestal de rol van de stormwind die de zware zwarte wolken voor zich uit blaast en de donkere golven van de onstuimige zee torenhoog opzwiept.

    Estimated delivery 10-12 days

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  • £99.99

    Boreas Wind Band Set (Score & Parts)

    In Greek mythology, Boreas is the God of the North Wind. When thinking of the north wind we particularly think of the bleak wind coming from the freezing cold north, but in Homers' work we see a more varied picture. As shown in the following two stories, Boreas often does play the role of a storm wind that blows forth heavy dark clouds while whipping up the dark waves of the tempestuous sea to mountainous heights. When the stake of the fallen Patroclos refuses to burn, Achilles begs for some wind. When Iris, the swift messenger of the Gods, asks the winds for assistance, they raise themselves up with tremendous roaring and rush to Troy. Upon their arrival they blow the divine fire of Patroclos' stake far up into the sky. When Troy was destroyed, the Greeks returned home. After many wanderings, Odysseus, however, ends up with the beautiful nymph, Calypso, who keeps him as a prisoner. As ordered by Zeus, Calypso frees him and sends him off on a handmade wooden raft. At sea, Odysseus is threatened by the aggressive sea god, Poseidon, who stirs up the winds and thrashes the waves with his trident. The goddess, Athena, stems the violence of all the winds except for the north wind, and thus it is Boreas, who sends Odysseus to the land of the hospitable Phaiakes. Jan Bosveld composed Boreas for OLTO, a music association in Loenen, The Netherlands, for which he had served as conductor for many years. Turbulent movement in both tempo and dynamics characterize this composition. The result is a whirling piece that races by in a positive manner. Boreas is in de Griekse mythologie de god van de noordenwind. Bij noordenwind denken wij vooral aan de gure wind uit het ijskoude noorden, bij Homerus echter zien we een meer gevarierd beeld. Natuurlijk speelt Boreas, zoals uit de twee onderstaande verhalen blijkt, meestal de rol van de stormwind die de zware zwarte wolken voor zich uit blaast en de donkere golven van de onstuimige zee torenhoog opzwiept. 05:00

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  • £87.50

    Ithaca (from The Odyssey, Symphony No.2) (Concert Band - Score and Parts) - Smith, Robert W.

    The dynamic conclusion to Robert W. Smith's long awaited second symphony, The Odyssey, will bring the house down without fail. You'll hear the arrows pass right by your head, the sword fight ensue, and an overall tremendous work for concert band. Monumental! Program it alone or, for a awe-inspiring concert, program it with the other three movements, The Iliad, The Winds of Poseidon, and The Isle of Calypso. Duration: 6.00

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  • £77.95

    The Iliad (from The Odyssey (Symphony No. 2)) - By Robert W. Smith

    Calls to war are the prelude to this first movement of Robert W. Smith's Second Symphony for band, based on the classic story of 'The Odyssey'. You'll experience the squeaky wheels of the Trojan horse, the forest burning, and the sword fight amidst the distinguished regal melodies and energetic rhythms that drive to a conclusion. The ocean's presence is evident in the optional transition to the second movement, "The Winds of Poseidon" (BD9923). Much awaited, this work is monumental in nature. (7:44)

    Estimated delivery 3-5 days