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  1. A Swiss Festival Overture

    The Berne Music Association commissioned a Swiss Festival Overture for the Bern Canton Music Festival held in Langenthal in 1989. It was composed both for brass and wind bands as both types of band took part in the contest. The overture starts with a noble and spacious fanfare based on a Bb triad. A quieter moment follows with a long theme unfolding from echoes of the fanfare and this builds to a climax where the fanfare returns. Over a stained chord this triad figure echoes in free time and introduces a short euphonium cadenza. This leads back to the opening, which accelerates into a lively Vivo. Percussion hammers out a new rhythm and after a few bars a rhythmic accompaniment starts up over which a perky tune which starts quietly is then taken up by the full band. A short bridge passage on the horns leads to a legato tune from the middle of the band which is again taken up by the full band. After a climax this subsides to a sustained bass note with rhythmic echoes of the first vivo tune. Bit by bit this reappears until the a full-blown recapitulation leads to a short Coda based on the opening fanfare.
    £54.95
  2. A Swiss Festival Overture - Score Only

    The Berne Music Association commissioned a Swiss Festival Overture for the Bern Canton Music Festival held in Langenthal in 1989. It was composed both for brass and wind bands as both types of band took part in the contest. The overture starts with a noble and spacious fanfare based on a Bb triad. A quieter moment follows with a long theme unfolding from echoes of the fanfare and this builds to a climax where the fanfare returns. Over a stained chord this triad figure echoes in free time and introduces a short euphonium cadenza. This leads back to the opening, which accelerates into a lively Vivo. Percussion hammers out a new rhythm and after a few bars a rhythmic accompaniment starts up over which a perky tune which starts quietly is then taken up by the full band. A short bridge passage on the horns leads to a legato tune from the middle of the band which is again taken up by the full band. After a climax this subsides to a sustained bass note with rhythmic echoes of the first vivo tune. Bit by bit this reappears until the a full-blown recapitulation leads to a short Coda based on the opening fanfare.
    £24.95
  3. Night Music - Score and Parts

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    £59.95
  4. Night Music - Score Only

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    £29.95
  5. Music for Greenwich - Score Only

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    £19.95
  6. I See The Light (from Tangled)

    This beautiful song is taken from Pixar's animated feature Tangled. The opening section features the solo horn against a light accompaniment. The music builds to a change of key where the melody moves over to the euphoniums and baritones. This is a useful concert item and playable by all levels of bands.
  7. Diamonds are Forever

    From the 1971 film featuring Sean Connery, this is the second Bond theme that was recorded by Shirley Bassey (the first being Goldfinger). After initial solos for trombone and horn, this arrangement is designed for all levels of bands, and is faithful to the original.
  8. Themes from Fantasia

    A very playable medley from the classic movie ‘Fantasia’ containing ‘Toccata’, ‘Dance Of The Sugar Plum Fairy’, ‘Russian Dance (Trepak), ‘Dance Of The Hours’ and ‘Night On Bald Mountain’. Ideal for young bands and very entertaining for your audience!
    £47.00
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