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  1. Intermezzo Romantico

    An original composition from Christian Bouthier.
  2. Pulsar

    An opening piece from the pen of Alan Fernie, a follow up to Starlight and Prismatic Light.
  3. Balkan Dance - Score & Parts

    The Balkans region has always been a source of musical inspiration for composers throughout the centuries. Strong rhythms and often-abundant musical climaxes are two important characteristics of this rich and varied musical style. Etienne Crausaz took some of these elements and mixed it with elements of rock, turning this Balkan Dance into an exuberant and spectacular piece of music, during which no one can remain seated!
    £55.00
  4. Balkan Dance - Score Only

    The Balkans region has always been a source of musical inspiration for composers throughout the centuries. Strong rhythms and often-abundant musical climaxes are two important characteristics of this rich and varied musical style. Etienne Crausaz took some of these elements and mixed it with elements of rock, turning this Balkan Dance into an exuberant and spectacular piece of music, during which no one can remain seated!
    £8.95
  5. Crosswinds

    This lively piece of music would fit into any repertoire. Marked at 168bpm in triple time, it highlights all sections of the band and features a driving rhythmical syncopation throughout.
  6. English Counterpoint

    The winner of the inaugural RWCMD Cory Composition Prize in 2015, debutant brass band composer Lewis Furber unlocks an original and evoactive soundworld, where the influence of composers such as Vaughan Williams is never far away. Features solos for flugel horn, euphonium and baritone.
  7. High Five

    This optimistic little piece is a bright splash of colour for your concerts. Not too difficult and lots of fun.
  8. Elemental

    The opening number in Cory Band's 2015 'Four Elements' themed Brass in Concert programme, this piece sets out a mysterious introduction transporting us back to the time of the Greek Philosophers, after which it presents short musical depictions of Fire, Air, Water and Earth. Designed to start your concert with a bang.
  9. Starlight

    Another easy concert opener from Alan Fernie.
  10. Festivus Americas

    Dedicated to the North American Brass Band Association, this is music that is full of energy and dynamic extremes. In form it draws from the overture style, although the themes are self-existing and the piece is programmatic. Working well as a festival opener, it sets a mood of excitement. Following the rhythmic fanfares of the opening, the first theme is presented in the cornets followed by a return to the same rhythmic material. A second theme appears in the horn section and is developed, changing into a darker and sinister form of the same motif. Eventually a Maestoso section is reached, full of sustained block chords in the cornets and trombones, as the rest of the band counters with cascading lines that weave straight through the brighter instruments.
  11. A Suite Petite

    Contains:

    • Intrada
    • Ballad
    • Finale
    £49.20
  12. Times Passed

    An elegant melody - perfect to provide a slower moment in any concert.

    Ideal for your youth band.

    £46.20
  13. Road to Run

    Road to Run was composed for the National Children's Brass Band of Great Britain 2014 and takes its influence from the great American Jazz Fusion style that was prominent in the 1970's and 80's made famous by bands such as 'Weather Report', 'Return to Forever' and 'Headhunters'.

    £44.95
  14. Irish Dances - Score & Parts

    The rich musical heritage of Ireland represents some of the greatest traditional melodies. These melodies somehow retain the flavour of the culture and its traditions, which at times can be as lively as they are enchanting. This setting for brass band features a familiar selection of contrasting dance-like tunes that are drawn from the modern era of traditional Irish songs.
    £50.00
  15. Irish Dances - Score Only

    The rich musical heritage of Ireland represents some of the greatest traditional melodies. These melodies somehow retain the flavour of the culture and its traditions, which at times can be as lively as they are enchanting. This setting for brass band features a familiar selection of contrasting dance-like tunes that are drawn from the modern era of traditional Irish songs.
    £9.25
  16. Festiva Brazilia

    Festiva Brazilia was composed for the National Children's Brass Band of Great Britain 2012 and takes its influence from the incredibly energetic Samba Music of Brazil.

    £44.95
  17. Seize the Day

    Seize the Day was written for the London-based International Staff Band of The Salvation Army, conductor Dr Stephen Cobb, the title serving as the theme for the band’s USA West Tour 2010. As befits music being performed during a trip to the United States the work is based upon three traditional American spirituals. The first, The Gospel Train, is introduced following a carillon-like intrada in trombones and bells with supporting cornet flourishes. Ostinati drive the musical locomotive along until an abrupt halt ushers in another kind of vehicle, the celestial Sweet Chariot, featuring euphonium and trombone soloists. The finale, Amen, celebrates the arrival at our destination with some tongue-in-cheek West Coast (and Swinging London!) references before a reprise of Swing Low, Sweet Chariot brings the music to a majestic and joyful conclusion.
    £49.95
  18. Citius, Altius Fortius

    Citius, Altius, Fortius is the motto of the modern Olympic Games, the English translation being Swifter, Higher, Stronger

    £49.20
  19. Procession and praise

    ‘Procession and praise’ was written for the Kids Alive band (young people) at Belfast Citadel Salvation Army in November 2011. The tunes were the choice of the young people and presented quite a challenge because of their strongly contrasting natures.
    £14.95
  20. Visions of Kolkhis

    Visions of Kolkhis was commissioned by Jason Katsikaris and the Leyland Band as a finale for their appearance at the 2009 Brass in Concert Championship Inspired by Jason Katsikaris’s Greek lineage, the subject of the work could be considered a metaphor for his impact on the British brass band scene, and the Leyland Band’s commitment to striving for excellence.

    Written in thee continuous sections, the work paints a vivid picture of the island of Kolkhis, a place instrumental in so many tales in Greek mythology. The music represents three individual stories; Jason and the Argonauts, the Golden Fleece, and the liberation of Prometheus by Hercules. However, musical material is drawn from the Leyland Band’s signature march, Harold Moss’s The Royal Tiger, named after the bus made by Leyland Vehicles in the 1950’s.

    £33.95
  21. Last Call

    Last Call was commissioned by and written for Brass Band Oberösterreich (Austria) as a special concert finale. Austrian composer Otto M. Schwarz was asked to write an encore piece with which the band could really show off. Featuring all the sections of the band in turn, your audience will surely be dazzled by their skills!
  22. St. Florian Choral

    The convent of St. Florian was the place of work of the upper Austrian composer Anton Bruckner. This convent with its marvellous church, where many of his great symphonies were composed, is situated in the middle of a rural idyll. St. Florian Choral is Thomas Doss’ modest and deep bow to this great master, whose music has been very formative for the composer’s musical life.
  23. The Enigma Machine

    The Enigma Machine was written at the request of The BT Band and their Musical Director Michael Fowles to celebrate the band's 40th Anniversary. The first performance was given in the Villa Marina, Douglas Isle of Man on 30th September 2007.

    £44.95
  24. Funky Brass

    In addition to his many ‘serious’works Otto M. Schwarz has had much success with several lighter works such as Band Fever, Funk Attack and Groovin’ Around. His new seriously funky piece Funky Brass makes a perfect addition to the light brass band repertoire.
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