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  • £91.40

    The Witch and the Saint - Steven Reineke

    A programmatic ten-minute tone poem for symphonic band in one movement that is constructed in five distinct sections to tell the story of the lives of Helena and Sibylla, twin sisters born in Germany in 1588. Starting out with a Gregorian chant-type motif, Reineke uses all manner of musical sorcery to represent the turbulent lives of these vastly misunderstood women. A major work which is sure to become a favorite of audiences and performers alike! Very impressive!

    Estimated delivery 10-12 days

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  • £53.50

    The Wizard of Oz, Themes from - Music by Harold Arlen, lyric by E. Y. Harburg / arr. Ralph Ford

    Featuring all four of the revered melodies from the film---"We're Off to See the Wizard," "If I Only Had a Brain," "Ding Dong the Witch Is Dead," and "Over the Rainbow"---this suite is a great way for beginners to enjoy these cherished melodies. (5:30) This title is available in SmartMusic.

    Estimated delivery 3-5 days

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  • £57.50

    The Wizard of Oz, Highlights from - Lyrics by E. Y. "Yip" Harburg, music by Harold Arlen / arr. Michael Story

    Although The Wizard of Oz was written nearly sixty years ago, the story remains fresh and alive and the music is just as contemporary as one could wish. We visit these marvelous melodies from the mythical land of Oz: "If I Only Had a Brain," "We're Off to See the Wizard," "Ding-Dong! The Witch is Dead," and, of course, "Over the Rainbow." It's a quick-rehearsing, solidly musical medley that will thrill your audiences at each and every performance. (duration 4:05)

    Estimated delivery 3-5 days
  • £55.95

    Over the Rainbow (from The Wizard of Oz), Variations on - Music by Harold Arlen, lyrics by E. Y. Harburg / arr. Roy Phillippe

    Initially this lush melody is presented with a soaring trumpet solo and warm full-band accompaniment. Then the variations include a cha-cha version and an oom-pah version. Consider programming all four Roy Phillippe variations to the Wizard of Oz, including "Ding Dong the Witch is Dead" (26767) and "If I Only Had A Brain" (26769). A most creative set of arrangements! (5:48)

    Estimated delivery 3-5 days

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  • £54.00

    Music From Wicked - Stephen Schwartz - Michael Sweeney

    Here is a very playable yet effectively powerful setting of highlights from the hit Broadway musical about the Wicked Witch of the West. Includes: No One Mourns the Wicked, Dancing Through Life, Defying Gravity and For Good.

    Estimated delivery 10-12 days
  • £295.00

    Tales & Legends - Etienne Crausaz

    This three-movement work by the Swiss composer Etienne Crausaz reflects three true stories and fascinating legends from the Middle Ages. The first movement tells the dramatic story of the 'witch' Catherine 'Catillon' Repond (1662-1731). She was the last woman ever to be executed for sorcery. In the second movement, the famous court jester Girard Chalamala occupies centre stage. This jester, the last one at the castle of Count Greyerz, could make everyone laugh. The third movement tells the story of Count Michael. He went down in history as a spendthrift bon-vivant. His burden of debt became so high that he did a moonlight flit and never came back!

    Estimated delivery 10-12 days
  • £107.00

    The Legend of Ratu Kidul - Filip Ceunen

    The Legend of Ratu Kidul carries us into the world of Indonesian mythology, on the island of Java:Once upon a time, the Queen of the Southern Seas was a kind and beautiful princess. She was the daughter of Prabu Munding Wangi, the favourite of the entire court and the local people. Her royal father doted on his daughter. Her name was Dewi Kadita, but many called her Dewi Srengenge or the Angry Princess.Prabu Munding Wangi longed for an heir, but Dewi Kadita's mother couldn't fulfil this wish. So he took a second wife, called Poetri Moentiara, who was very jealous of the lovely princess and her mother. She begged the king to banish both her rivals from court. However Prabu Munding Wangi didn't do as she asked. He loved his first wife and her daughter. The second wife bore him a healthy heir, but the monarch remained firm. So Poetri Moentiara called upon the renowned witch, Djahil. She promised her a princely reward, if Dewi Kandita and her mother were banished. Djahil thought for a moment and incanted this rapal (spell): "May leprosy befall you both". Soon both mother and daughter began to suffer this dreadful disease. According to the law of the land, they were to be banished to the wild forest high on the mountain. With a heavy heart, King Munding Wangi saw the law carried out. So the two set off on their way to the forest, covered in terrible sores. A great sadness fell across the land, except for Poetri Moentiara, the second wife of the king, who had achieved her aim. The princess fell on hard times. In the forest lived a hermit, who took pity on the mother and daughter. The queen couldn't bear the shame and within a few days had died. Now Dewi Kandita was all alone in the world. There was still the hermit, however, who fortunately provided food and shelter in a cave temple. He bound her weeping sores but couldn't relieve her emotional pain. Dewi Kandita became increasingly bitter and eventually left the hermit. She travelled southward from village to village, further and further, until eventually she reached the shores of the Southern Sea. She climbed upon a high cliff and gazed out onto the sea that spread before her. She was tempted to dive into the deep green and blue. In the cool waters she would be able to forget all her pain and suffering. Suddenly awaking from these thoughts, she jumped into the deep. The gods, who had looked on Dewi Kandita throughout her hardships, were filled with deep compassion. So they transformed her into a powerful spirit of the netherworld, Ratu Kidul, and to this day she resides in her grand palace under the sea.

    Estimated delivery 10-12 days

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  • £59.95

    Weird Sisters - Richard Haydn Taylor

    Weird Sisters ‘something wicked this way comes' celebrates the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare's death and takes its inspiration from Macbeth: Act 4, scene 1.The three witches (Weird Sisters) are stirring the bubbling cauldron, ready for Macbeth's arrival. The second witch says ‘Something wicked this way comes' as Macbeth knocks on the door, to find out his destiny.

    Estimated delivery 5-7 days
  • £59.95

    Weird Sisters - Richard Haydn Taylor

    Weird Sisters ‘something wicked this way comes’ celebrates the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare’s death and takes its inspiration from Macbeth: Act 4, scene 1.The three witches (Weird Sisters) are stirring the bubbling cauldron, ready for Macbeth’s arrival. The second witch says ‘Something wicked this way comes’ as Macbeth knocks on the door, to find out his destiny.

    Estimated delivery 10-12 days