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    Wrath of Vesuvius - Paul Clark

    This exciting concert/contest piece is filled with powerful brass, lyrical woodwinds and explosive percussion! Musically depicting the two day eruption of Mount Vesuvius in the year 72 A.D. and the destruction it brought to the city and people of Pompeii, this is not only a wonderful addition to your music library, but also a great way to teach your students and audiences about this event in ancient history. A very musical and impressive composition at this level!

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  • £253.80

    Vesuvius - Frank Ticheli

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  • £128.00

    Pompeii - Filip Ceunen

    Filip Ceunen's latest concert piece takes us on a journey back through time and explore the ancient Italian city of Pompeii. Through three interlocking movements, the composer creates a musical tale of Pompeii's humble beginnings, its growth and splendour under Roman rule and, of course, the terrible eruption of Mount Vesuvius. This piece is ideally suited for both concerts and competitions alike, with its many contrasting musical characters and orchestration that brings each section of the band to the foreground. Powerful brass passages, lyric melodies in the woodwinds and exciting percussion sections make Pompeii an exciting musical mountain to climb.

    Estimated delivery 10-12 days

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  • £74.95

    Italian Postcards - Suite (Concert Band - Score and Parts) - Fraser, Bruce

    Scottish composer Fraser, Bruce spends much time in Italy and has become well-known in that country as composer, conductor, and adjudicator. It was inevitable that some of his Italian impressions would find their way into his music - and this three movement gem captures the different moods beautifully. 1) Last Night we danced the Tarantella 2) The Sistine Chapel is staggeringly beautiful 3) The view from the top of Vesuvius is amazing.

  • £14.95

    Italian Postcards - Suite (Concert Band - Score Only) - Fraser, Bruce

    Scottish composer Fraser, Bruce spends much time in Italy and has become well-known in that country as composer, conductor, and adjudicator. It was inevitable that some of his Italian impressions would find their way into his music - and this three movement gem captures the different moods beautifully. 1) Last Night we danced the Tarantella 2) The Sistine Chapel is staggeringly beautiful 3) The view from the top of Vesuvius is amazing.

  • £135.95

    NAPOLI Variations on a Neopolitan Song (Cornet Solo with Intermediate Concert Band) - Hunsberger, Donald

    Born in Germany, Hermann Bellstedt immigrated to America in 1867, where his family settled in Cincinnati. A prodigy on the cornet, he played with Patrick Gilmore as cornet soloist and assistant to the famous Ben Bolt, and, in 1904, joined the Sousa Band, playing alongside Walter Rogers and Herbert L. Clarke. Bellstedt's variations on Napoli feature the popular Neopolitan song "Finiculi, Finicula" (composed by Luigi Denza in 1880) that celebrated the funicular railway built up the side of Mt. Vesuvius in 1880. Other popular Amalfi Coast songs include "'O Solo Mio" and "Torna a Sorriento." A variety of solo textures, whimsical to intense, are demonstrated by this Donald Hunsberger arrangement dedicated to Wynton Marsalis as a part of the "Carnaval" project. A grandiose opportunity to feature your cornet or trumpet soloist! (5:45)

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