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  1. Boundless Live! International Staff Band

    The International Staff Band celebrates its 124th anniversary in 2015. Join them at Boundless 2015 for an afternoon of stirring brass music.

    £7.99
  2. Boundless Live! World Concert

    The World Concert - featuring a Haka group from the New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga Territory, the India Central Youth Singers, the Ghana Band & Folk Singers, and the South America East Territorial Band - will be an exciting event, bringing together the four corners of the world.

    £7.99
  3. Boundless Live! Chicago Staff Band and Waverley Timbrels

    The USA Central Territory's Chicago Staff Band meets the premier timbrel brigade from the Australia Southern Territory, the Waverley Timbrels! This is William Himes OF's last concert with Chicago Staff Band.

    £7.99
  4. Boundless Live! Ontario East Divisional Youth Chorus, London Citadel Timbrels and Angola National Band

    This concert featured a fantastic youth chorus, timbrel brigade, and band: the Ontario Central East Youth Chorus, the London Citadel Ontario Timbrels, and the Angola National Band, each bringing a taste of their region.

    £7.99
  5. Boundless Live! Melbourne Staff Band & Vasa Gospel Choir

    North meets South in this joint concert of the Vasa Gospel Choir from the Sweden and Latvia Territory and the Australia Southern Territory's Melbourne Staff Band.

    £7.99
  6. Boundless Live! New York Staff Band and Waverley Timbrels

    The USA Eastern Territory's New York Staff Band meets the premier timbrel brigade from the Australia Southern Territory, the Waverley Timbrels!

    £7.99
  7. Boundless Live! International Music Festival

    The International Music Festival featured three renowned Salvation Army bands: the International Staff Band, the Angola National Band, and the South America East Territorial Band. The Festival also featured the acclaimed Pasadena Tabernacle Songsters and Pasadena Tabernacle Youth Chorus.

    £7.99
  8. Youth Makes Music 2013

    Featuring highlights from the concert and the week's activities Live from Lighthouse, Poole's Centre for the Arts Territorial Youth Band conducted by Dr Stephen Cobb Territorial Youth Choir conducted by Ira Thomas
    £4.99
  9. An Audience with RSA - a 90th Birthday Celebration

    If there is one person today who defines Salvation Army music, then it is difficult to look any further than Lieut-Colonel (Dr) Ray Steadman-Allen OF. With an impressive catalogue of published band pieces, numerous choral works and a large number of compositions in manuscript, Ray's influence on music-making in The Salvation Army is simply inestimable. How appropriate it was then to honour the great man on the occasion of his 90th birthday with a celebration amongst friends at Regent Hall, coincidentally the venue where Ray was married to Joy over 60 years ago.

    This DVD is produced in PAL format only. Customers in North America should check their equipment for compatibility before purchasing. The DVD will play on all PCs, lap-tops and DVD players which have 'all region' capability.

    £3.99
  10. ISB120: The Complete Works

    The International Staff Band (ISB) has arguably, throughout the duration of its 120 year history, for Salvationists at least, attained something of an iconic status. Many of the principal players over the years have been regarded as Salvation Army banding greats, some even penetrating the wider banding and orchestral brass spheres with equal standing.

    Perhaps then, it should have come as no surprise that events held in June 2011 to celebrate the 120th Anniversary of The International Staff Band created such impact in the consciousness of the Salvation Army as a whole, particularly in the United Kingdom. Of genuine surprise, though, was the impact created by celebrations on Sunday 5th June when the massed ranks of all officially recognised Salvation Army Staff Bands from around the world marched from Horse Guards Parade, down The Mall and through the gates of Buckingham Palace to perform a 'Royal concert' on the Palace forecourt. Police estimated that 15,000 people gathered to witness the scene and photographic evidence created the impression of scenes usually associated with a Royal wedding!

    The 'masterplan' had been to create an event unique not only in the first ever gathering of all eight Salvation Army Staff Bands, but unique too in the staging and presentation of the event. The ISB anniversary became the conduit through which Salvation Army banding on a global scale would be celebrated. Two years of planning, thousands of man-hours of detailed work and allegedly at least 50,000 e-mails contributed to ensuring that every detail was covered, every 't' crossed, every 'i' dotted and no stone left unturned in the pursuit of perfection.

    Events commenced as early as Wednesday 25th May when Melbourne Staff Band arrived to commence its UK tour. All eight bands were in concert within an 80 mile radius of central London on Friday 3rd June, with New York (NYSB) and the ISB joining together at Cadogan Hall, the first element of the celebrations to take place in the Capital. This provided a fitting prelude to an unforgettable weekend with a uniquely fraternal atmosphere. Amazingly this was only the second time in their long history that the ISB and NYSB had joined together for a concert.

    The 'main event' took place at the Royal Albert Hall on Saturday 4th June. A truly unique event fell into two parts. Staff Bands in Concert, unashamedly based on the Brass in Concert format, saw each band present a 20 minute programme punctuated by video introductions and live 'on stage' interviews of bandmasters. Each band brought its own flavour to the occasion and excelled in performing on the historic Royal Albert Hall stage, this would have been a first-time experience for many of the performers. The evening Brass Spectacular certainly lived up to its billing. Tribute should be paid here to the outstanding choreography of this event;  250 instrumentalists assembled on stage with the ISB at the centre was a hugely impressive sight.

    Sleep was difficult to achieve that night as adrenalin still coursed through the veins of performers and audience alike. An historic moment in Salvation Army music making had been witnessed and we wanted it to go on forever. But a new day dawned and Sunday 5th June brought yet more highs, firstly in the intimate surroundings of Methodist Central Hall, Westminster, for worship led by the newly appointed world leader of The Salvation Army, General Linda Bond, making her first public UK appearance since assuming that daunting responsibility. 'Legacy' had been another theme of the organising team, and in allowing all eight Staff Bands to worship without duty that morning, the Territorial Youth Band of the United Kingdom Territory assumed the role of 'duty band'. How appropriate that the future of Salvation Army banding should also become part of its history.

    The 'march down The Mall' followed and even the threat of rain (which materialised at the very end of the Palace forecourt concert) could not dampen the spirits of the crowds as the bands marched out of the forecourt, taking 'the salute' from The General. The bands concluded their 'once in a lifetime' weekend with a fellowship gathering back at Methodist Central Hall, Westminster, as the crowds dispersed, knowing without doubt that they had been part of something very special. So many highlights, so many old acquaintances restored, many new friendships formed that will last a lifetime. Salvation Army banding had celebrated one of its proudest moments, the spirits of Salvationist musicians had been lifted, former members revelled in their memories and considered restoring their Army links, and those for whom a Salvation Army band was a new phenomenon were left in no doubt about the God whom these people served and worshipped through their music. Judged on any level and by any measure, this had been an outstanding weekend and a tribute to the vision, planning and hard work of those who had created it.

    BONUS FEATURES; Audience reaction. Behind the scenes.

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  11. ISB120: Staff Bands in Concert

    Live recording from the Royal Albert Hall, London on Saturday 4 June 2011 featuring a short programme by each of the Staff Bands: Amsterdam Staff Band, Canadian Staff Band, Chicago Staff Band, German Staff Band, The International Staff Band, Japan Staff Band, Melbourne Staff Band and New York Staff Band.

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  12. ISB120: Brass Spectacular

    The sun shone brightly on the Royal Albert Hall on Saturday 4th June 2011, which will remain a red letter day for Salvationists and brass band enthusiasts alike. For many, there was perhaps a hint of nostalgia and certainly of fond memories on international Salvation Army gatherings of years past, when massed choirs and bands graced the stage for annual festivals of music done in the 'Army' way - with praise and prayer, emotional catharsis and spiritual uplift in equal measure. To see the vast space filled to capacity with well over 5000 people from all over the world for a brass band celebration was inspiration in itself. The huge and expectant audience was treated to a musical 'tapestry' which emphasised the new as the means of honouring the past.

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  13. ISB120: Cadogan Live

    There are few events that could be described as being in the category of 'once in a lifetime' but there would be few who could argue against ISB120 being described as just that.

    The curtain raiser for ISB120 is what is captured on this DVD and gives you the chance to re-live this momentous occasion from the comfort of your own living room. Live from London's Cadogan Hall, it features The Salvation Army's two oldest staff bands, New York Staff Band and The International Staff Band. Despite the many links between the two bands, this was just the second time they had shared the stage together, the first being in New York way back in 1962.  Described as 'a gathering of the clan', there was a real sense of unity, camaraderie synergy between the two groups which became apparent during the course of the evening.

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  14. Celebrate and Sing!

    This DVD is produced in PAL format only. Customers in North America should check their equipment for compatability before purchasing. The DVD will play on all PCs, lap-tops and DVD players which have 'all region' capability.

    £2.99
  15. Let Everything Praise - Gospel Arts Concert 2009

    This DVD is produced in PAL format only. Customers in North America should check their equipment for compatibility before purchasing. The DVD will play on all PCs, lap-tops and DVD players which have 'all region' capability.

    £1.99
  16. Gospel Arts Concert 2008

    This DVD is produced in PAL format only. Customers in North America should check their equipment for compatibility before purchasing. The DVD will play on all PCs, lap-tops and DVD players which have 'all region' capability.

    £0.99
  17. RSA 85 - A Birthday Celebration in Music

    A Birthday Celebration in Music 

    Recorded live at Fairfield Halls, Croydon on Saturday 22nd September 2007

    This DVD is produced in PAL format only. Customers in North America should check their equipment for compatability before purchasing. The DVD will play on all PCs, lap-tops and DVD players which have 'all region' capability.

    £0.99
  18. Expressions

    This DVD featuring Regent Hall Band and Songsters, with some of the special guests who have taken part in the Expressions series of concerts, captures the essence of the concept and will be enjoyed by both the churched and un-churched alike.

    This DVD is produced in PAL format only. Customers in North America should check their equipment for compatability before purchasing. The DVD will play on all PCs, lap-tops and DVD players which have 'all region' capability.

    £0.99
  19. The Present Age

    Savour all the highlights of the annual Gospel Arts Concert presented at The Royal Albert Hall by The Salvation Army.

    The exuberance of a massed youth chorus of some 500 voices, flanked the stage, providing a backdrop to a variety of performers.

    19 year old Philip Cobb displays his prodigious talents in performances of 'Jubilance for Cornet and Band' and 'Virtuosity' accompanied of course by The International Staff Band. The ISB also revives Leslie Condon's much loved 'The Present Age' in addition to accompanying the youth chorus, backing, Electralyte, one of the most vibrant rock bands currently active on the Christian music scene.

    The International Staff Songsters, Karen Telfer [dance] and Liam Telfer [Scripture Presentation] also feature.

    This DVD is produced in PAL format only. Customers in North America should check their equipment for compatibility before purchasing. The DVD will play on all PCs, lap-tops and DVD players which have 'all region' capability.

    £2.99
  20. Tribute - Norman Bearcroft at 80

    Highlights from Regent Hall, Friday 2 June 2006

    Featuring: The International Staff Songsters; The Household Troops Band; Jacqui Proctor; Derick Kane; Kevin Ashman

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  21. Love So Amazing

    This DVD is produced in PAL format only. Customers in North America should check their equipment for compatability before purchasing. The DVD will play on all PCs, lap-tops and DVD players which have 'all region' capability.

    The Salvation Army's association with the Royal Albert Hall goes back many years, and the annual Gospel Arts Concert has become synonymous with this fine venue.

    In 2006, the overseas visitors were the Montclair Citadel Band from New Jersey, USA who display a varied repertoire as well as backing their principal cornet player Michael Baker in his rendition on flugel horn and trumpet of 'Standing on the Promises'. Guest vocal soloist Darren Bartlett comjures up an exuberant mood with his own version of 'What a Friend' and the more tranquil 'Gethsemane'.

    Support is given, as usual, by The International Staff Band ('St Magnus') and The International Staff Songsters.

    This double 'DualDisc' pack enables you to choose between DVD or just audio CD. Whichever you choose, you are invited to relax and soak up the Royal Albert Hall atmosphere.

    £2.99
  22. Youth Makes Music

    Featuring highlights from the Territorial Youth Band and Territorial Youth Choir final concert 2006 and their activities during the week's course.

    This DVD is produced in PAL format only. Customers in North America should check their equipment for compatability before purchasing. The DVD will play on all PCs, lap-tops and DVD players which have 'all region' capability.

    £2.99
  23. Sounds of Praise - Gospel Arts Concert 2005

    For the first time we present the Gospel Arts Concert, entitled Sounds of Praise, on DVD.

    Soak up the atmosphere of The International Staff Band performing yet another Royal Albert Hall premiere, The International Staff Songsters celebrating their 25th anniversary, the sublime cornet skills of David Daws and the added sense of occasion inevitable in the presence of overseas visitors from The Netherlands (The Amsterdam Staff Band) and Sweden (VasaGospel).

    This double 'Dual Disc' pack enables you to choose between DVD or just audio CD. Whichever you choose, you are invited to relax and soak up the Royal Albert Hall atmosphere.

    This DVD is produced in PAL format only. Customers in North America should check their equipment for compatibility before purchasing. The DVD will play on all PCs, lap-tops and DVD players which have 'all region' capability.

    £0.99
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