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  1. Holcombe Hill

    A traditional concert march in league with the great marches written by Rimmer, Allen and Alford. The name is taken from an area in Lancashire which is popular with walkers and is not far from where the composer lives.
    £44.95
  2. Strength and Honour

    A march for wind (concert) band paying tribute to Canada's military contributions during the 20th century.
  3. March - Rosehill

    Albert Jakeway was born in the Welsh town of Aberdare. Before entering the International Training College in 1914 to become a Salvation Army officer he developed as a musician through the playing of the cornet and euphonium of the Corps band. In 1926 he was transferred to the Music Editorial Department and also became a member of the International Staff Band. During a period of 9 years he was the Bandmaster of the Rosehill Band with whom he made many recordings and broadcasts. Later he directed a number of other significant Salvation Army bands and also served time abroad in Czechoslovakia. Programme Note March – Rosehill was composed by the conductor of the Rosehill band, a one Colonel Albert Jakeway and was named after the premises that were occupied by the Salvation Army’s Assurance Society when they were evacuated during the World War 2. It is a majestic march that will find good use in a performance or marching band.
  4. Montreal Citadel - Score only

    Montreal Citadel is a march constructed in a traditional format and contains a full blooded opening that was reflective of the extremely large band that the composer was conducting at the time of composition. The lilting melody line on the trio section is sure to get those toes-tapping.

    £6.95
  5. Montreal Citadel - Score and Parts

    Montreal Citadel is a march constructed in a traditional format and contains a full blooded opening that was reflective of the extremely large band that the composer was conducting at the time of composition. The lilting melody line on the trio section is sure to get those toes-tapping.

    £34.95
  6. Southdown - Score only

    The march Southdown represents music of a simpler nature from this great composer and was composed originally for a music school in Bolney Court. Bolney Court, near Brighton, is close to the downs in the southern county of Sussex, hence the title. It follows the traditional form of a march and will be an attractive addition to the repertoire of most types of wind-band.

    £5.95
  7. Southdown - Score and Parts

    The march Southdown represents music of a simpler nature from this great composer and was composed originally for a music school in Bolney Court. Bolney Court, near Brighton, is close to the downs in the southern county of Sussex, hence the title. It follows the traditional form of a march and will be an attractive addition to the repertoire of most types of wind-band.

    £29.95
  8. The Flag of Freedom - Score only

    This march The Flag of Freedom is a fine example of Bramwell Coles' march writing. First published in 1924, it follows what is now described as a traditional march form and should be applied with exuberance and at a steady pace.

    £7.95
  9. The Flag of Freedom - Score and Parts

    This march The Flag of Freedom is a fine example of Bramwell Coles' march writing. First published in 1924, it follows what is now described as a traditional march form and should be applied with exuberance and at a steady pace.

    £39.95
  10. Praise - Score only

    Originally published for brass band in 1949, Wilfred Heaton's festival march Praise is a classic example of his creativity and was rightly described as 'groundbreaking' when it first appeared in print. Using an old chorus melody 'Praise, O Praise Him' – a melody that has now fallen from use with The Salvation Army – Praise is full of drive and energy, with typically quirky features that require detailed attention in rehearsal.

    £9.95
  11. Praise - Score and Parts

    Originally published for brass band in 1949, Wilfred Heaton's festival march Praise is a classic example of his creativity and was rightly described as 'groundbreaking' when it first appeared in print. Using an old chorus melody 'Praise, O Praise Him' – a melody that has now fallen from use with The Salvation Army – Praise is full of drive and energy, with typically quirky features that require detailed attention in rehearsal.

    £54.95
  12. The Red Shield - Score only

    The Red Shield is a superbly crafted march that contains all the essential ingredients one expects from the genre. Although the thematic material will be largely unfamiliar, it has real energy and character and will surely prove to be as popular in this wind band version as it continues to be in its original band form.

    £10.95
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