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  • £100.00

    New London Pictures (Score & Parts) (Wind Band/Score & Parts) - Nigel Hess

    represents elements of London in the 21st Century. describes the pedestrian's journey across this wonderful new landmark bridge over the Thames, starting at the imposing Tate Modern, crossing the busy river, and onwards to St. Paul's Cathedral with its bells ringing out over the great city. is an incredibly large ferris wheel situated on the South Bank of the River Thames. This movement depicts a "flight" on this riverside wheel, at the top of which the anoramic view of London is breath-taking and the exapnse of the music is a suitable depiction of the view. As with all modern cities, London is over-crowded with motor vehicles. London is the first major city in Europe to adopt a , and this piece (with its stop and go traffic lights) is both racy and comical. Here are Londoners attempting to go about their business in the face of overwhelming odds.....

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  • £36.95

    Pico Rivera - By John O'Reilly

    Solo claves usher in the authentic Latin percussion section that sets the style for "Pico Rivera." A simple but effective bass line joins the percussion section in establishing an interesting accompaniment for the syncopated melody that follows. Rich harmonies that utilize a variety of seventh chords dominate the second theme and the "stop time" percussion fills that open the coda. A brief modulation brings us to a restatement of the opening melody with a new countermelody in the trumpets and horns. Pico Rivera is a city in Southern California that has a long tradition of producing excellent bands.

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  • £47.95

    Scooby-Doo, Where Are You?, Theme from - Words and music by David Mook and Ben Raleigh / arr. Paul Cook

    All the energy is there but the difficult syncopations are carefully spelled out for your beginners in this arrangement of "Theme from Scooby-Doo, Where Are You?" arranged by Paul Cook. Sure to bring a smile to the faces of those just familiar with Scooby and to those who remember him "back when." You won't be able to stop your students from practicing this familiar tune. A winner for sure! (1:45)

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  • £5.50

    More Cowbell - By Mark Williams

    "More Cowbell" was inspired by the famous television skit featuring a rock band, a record producer, and an over-zealous cowbell player. If the cowbell player is good at hamming it up (and rocking out!), you could try the following staging suggestions: Cowbell player plays with intensity and lots of movement, and starts moving in measure 17 toward the front of the band, ending up next to the conductor in measure 24, bowing to the audience on beat 4. Conductor gives a stern look and gestures to student to get back in the percussion section (possibilities: "slit throat" gesture with side of first finger followed by pointing forcefully to the back, or similar gestures). Student slinks back, starts playing cowbell again, but quietly this time. Playing gradually picks up intensity, and player starts again toward the front in measure 41, reaching the front by measure 48. In measure 48, either A) Conductor waves hands violently for student to stop, or B) have a couple of students place a large blanket over the cowbell player. This works, but only for one measure (player quits and doesn't move in bar 49). Cowbell player resumes playing with a vengeance in measure 50 (either in spite of the teacher or under the blanket!). Make sure your new "rock star" takes another bow at the end of the piece. Have fun, and may your life always have "More Cowbell"! Correlated with Accent on Achievement, Book 1, page 27. (1:54) This title is available in SmartMusic.

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  • £51.95

    A Tribute to Journey - [Journey] / arr. Victor López

    Including two of Journey's most revered tunes, Victor Lpez' emotional duo will be a hit with your students and audience. The song "Open Arms" and its status as a power ballad have been remembered years following its original release. One critic praised it as "a lyrical rock ballad and one of the band's best-written songs." However, "Don't stop Believin','" also known as a power ballad, is often considered the band's signature song and has become the most downloaded song ever in music history to date. So, get ready for some singing and clapping in the audience!

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    Tailgate Rag - By James D. Ployhar

    Correlated to the The First Division Band Method, Level Two, Tailgate Rag features the trombone section with oh-so-typical glissandos which are fun for students to play and audiences to hear. The middle section stop chorus is good for teaching precise playing and articulation by the accompanying ensemble.

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  • £49.50

    A Nickelodeon Melodrama

    Here's a fun-filled and entertaining selection! A heroic fanfare announces the opening curtain of a musical melodrama right out of the golden age of silent film. The hero, the damsel in distress and their perilous journey all set to well-known musical tunes, with your band replacing the theater organ. It's perfect for featuring your principal or other celebrity as narrator! Use a little creativity and allow your students to play the silent actors and even make their own silent movie. Encourage your audience to hiss, boo and cheer during the unfolding story. Easily rehearsed and fun for all! Your audience and students wont stop talking (and laughing) about this entertaining feature.

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  • £90.00

    A Tribute to Michael Jackson (Concert Band - Score and Parts)

    Over the years much has been written and broadcast about Michael Jackson. Naohiro Iwai has created a powerful medley by letting the music of the undisputed 'King of Pop' speak for itself. The medley contains the hits Thriller, I'll Be There and I Want You Back. Don't stop 'til you get enough! 0:07:10

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  • £104.00

    Aroldo (Concert Band - Score and Parts)

    Aroldo, number 22 of the 32 operas written by Verdi, is certainly not one of the best-known works from "the genius of Busseto." Written in 1857, it is in fact a remake of the 1848 opera Stiffelio, which told a story of adultery and which was censored for its "indecent" content. Verdi found the censorship of Stiffelio unacceptable, and with a performance in Verona approaching at the start of 1851, he wrote to his editor, Ricordi: "If my libretto is censored, it will not be possible to obtain the effect I desire, so I would rather wait until I can rewrite the last scene." But the modifications to Stiffelio did not stop there. The setting, the historical period and the finale were also completely changed. In the process of converting Stiffelio to Aroldo, Verdi no doubt succeeded in strengthening certain moments. However, the fame of the three operas he had written in the meantime - Rigoletto, Il Trovatore and La Traviata - did not allow Aroldo to receive the recognition it deserved. The opera's symphony is indeed a superb work and contains moments of outstanding lyricism. The trumpet solo in the introduction is the longest written by Verdi for this instrument. 08:49

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    Celtic Bell Carol

    Robert W. Smith's continues his very popular bell carol series with this holiday stop in beautiful Ireland. "Celtic Bell Carol" begins with the saxophone and flute evoking mysterious images of Celtic dancers as they prepare for their holiday celebration. The percussion section is featured throughout with infectious Irish rhythms added to the famous "Ukrainian Bell Carol". This exciting setting will be the centerpiece or finale of your next holiday concert. Highly recommended!

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