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  1. Cast Adrift on a Bruise-Coloured Ocean (Concert Band)
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    Cast Adrift on a Bruise-Coloured Ocean (Concert Band)

    Starting simply, this descriptive work builds over time with complex rhythms and clever orchestration. The score requires a highly competent percussion section (including multiple mallet players) and includes a significant part for organ.
  2. Chilkoot Pass Overture (Concert Band)
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    Chilkoot Pass Overture (Concert Band)

    This is an original work depicting a prospector’s journey to the Yukon gold fields during the Klondike Gold Rush of the late 1890s. This composition is loosely arranged in 3 movements. The opening fanfare depicts the grandeur of the Coast Mountains leading to the first theme describing the anticipation and excitement of the journey ahead. In the second movement the tempo slows, the mood becomes more reflective to illustrating the emotions felt being away from family and friends during this arduous journey. The third movement signals the arrival in Dawson City and the renewed excitement of striking it rich during the great adventure known as the Klondike Gold Rush.
  3. Conflict (Concert Band)
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    Conflict (Concert Band)

    The deliberately ambiguous title of Conflict is wide-ranging in its meaning. For some it could mean the scenario of an all out war, for others a small-scale, perhaps domestic dispute. It could also have a purely musical meaning of tension and release. I wanted to leave the final interpretation to the listener.
  4. Eight Warm Ups for Concert Band
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    Eight Warm Ups for Concert Band

    Canadian Composer Ty Watson offers the perfect solution for conductors and bands who are tired of the same old scales, long note exercises and chorales. He's arranged eight new warm ups for wind (concert) band based on familiar tunes. Nothing to stretch the band's technique so appropriate for all levels. A great beginning to every rehearsal!
  5. Greezy (Concert Band)
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    Greezy (Concert Band)

    An original work for Grade 1 wind band.
  6. March of the Centurions (Concert Band)
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    March of the Centurions (Concert Band)

    An attractive, original march for early stage school or youth band. The scoring enables a satisfying performance even if the youth band doesn't the instrumentation to play full concert band scores.
  7. Songs of Newfoundland (Concert Band)
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    Songs of Newfoundland (Concert Band)

    A selection of traditional folk songs from the Canadian island province of Newfoundland.
  8. Prelude and Fanfare

    Prelude and Fanfare takes its inspiration from a piece of NASA video footage, where a camera is attached to a piece of debris and jettisoned into space from the space shuttle. Initially, the camera captures images of the shuttle flying off into the distance and out of sight and images of Earth from outer space, as the debris floats around. The Earth's magnetic field takes hold of the debris and it re-enters the atmosphere, gathering speed and plummeting towards the Earth all the while capturing video images of its journey. The work is a musical reflection of this journey, starting with a ‘weightless' lontano section. At figure A the trombones imitate the magnetic pull of the earth and bring the seemingly abstract musical sounds into a coherent direction. Figure C is a musical representation of the entry into the earth's atmosphere, and the brisk tempo and rhythmic quality of the main theme should convey images of accelerated speed and excitement which eventually climaxes to the inevitable final "thud" of both the musical and documented journey. This musical study explores the use of minimalist techniques and ideas within the confines of the brass band idiom. The overall structure of the piece is based on the shape of a crescendo, starting at the softest level the ensemble is capable of, finishing at the greatest. Within this structure smaller crescendo sections determine the different segments of the overall work.
    £64.95
  9. New World Sketches

    New World Sketches is a descriptive journey through the landscapes and images of America in the early part of the 20th century. The images and caricatures chosen epitomize all that is the ‘New World', and the musical language draws upon influences of sound and technique that American composers have introduced into the musical vocabulary. Includes: Sidewalk - The work opens with a busy street scene of 1930's New York, and the hustle and bustle of the city can be heard through percussive scoring of car hooters, trams and pedestrians going about their business, featuring elements of George Gershwin's American In Paris and Rhapsody in Blue. There is the sound of a Broadway show, a glimpse of a ‘Tom and Jerry' cartoon and the smoky sounds of Harlem. The Deep South - As the subtitle suggests, the second movement of New World Sketches evokes images of the 1890's Deep South beginning with a simple spiritual. Played first on unaccompanied solo euphonium the melody is then joined by bass trombone, depicting a slave "work song". An increase in tempo and a resounding tubular bell announces the arrival of a steam locomotive complete with "Love Chime" whistle. Rodeo - The final movement steers away from the jazz influences synonymous in America's musical history and turns towards the music of Aaron Copland for inspiration. The opening unison tune, played on piccolo, flutes, oboe, bassoon, tenor sax, trumpet and trombone accompanied by extensive poly-chords, creates a big-country sound while the fast pseudo-Irish Jig provides the energy and flair of a rodeo. New World Sketches is conceived as a single work however each movement works independently if so desired.
    £64.95
  10. Lisa Lân

    Lisa Lân or Fair Lisa is a traditional Welsh folk-song. It is a lover's lament about his lost dead love, Lisa. Lisa Lân is a hauntingly beautiful melody and has been covered by a number of popular artists including Cerys Matthews and Katherine Jenkins. It was used extensively within the soundtrack for Paul Haggis's 2004 film Crash, a tense race relations film set in Los Angeles. This beautiful melody has been superbly arranged for wind band and percussion by Dan Price. Percussion plays a key role in this arrangement and includes, unusually, a part for acoustic guitar or synthesizer.
    £64.95
  11. On Winter Hill

    Winter Hill is situated in the North West of England within the West Pennine Moors. It is a popular destination for walkers and on a clear day it offers views across Manchester, Liverpool, Blackpool, the Isle of Man, the Cumbrian Mountains and the Peak District. The hill is well named as there is an ever-present blusteriness even during the summer. On Winter Hill is an evocative concert item for solo euphonium and wind band which tells the story of a journey, in music, to the summit of the hill. The work opens with a quiet ostinato on clarinets which is a musical interpretation of the swirling wind dancing around the peak of the summit. The wind is ever present on the hill and so is the ostinato building in volume and intensity as the journey progresses. The solo line uses modal writing and is fashioned as a ‘folksong without words' and gives work a feeling of melancholy and of ‘days gone by'. Perhaps the listener can imagine looking out from the side of the hill across the valley towards the now silent chimneys of industry. The summit of the hill is finally reached six bars before Figure G, which is the moment you walk into the wall of wind and sound that takes your breath away for a moment, but gives you an immense sense of achievement. The music here should be full and rich giving the soloist a moment to catch their breath. The work closes at the start of the descent from that moment you step off the peak of the hill and you are already back in a different world.
    £64.95
  12. Dick Turpin's Ride to York

    Commissioned in 1998 by trombonist Brett Baker, Dick Turpin's Ride to York, was originally scored for trombone and brass band. Inspiration for the work is taken from Alfred Noyes poem The Ballad of Dick Turpin, which describes a fictional attempt by notorious highwayman, Dick Turpin, to ride from London to York to escape justice and the inevitable hangman's noose. The work is rich and dark in colour but paints a clear musical representation of its subject. Galloping horses, post horns and racing stage coaches all make an appearance in this wonderful solo and the listener has their work cut out trying to keep up with the highwayman as he is chased through the storm ridden night.
    £54.95
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