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New Release: Three Lions - (It's Coming Home)

 
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With the Qatar World Cup just around the corner, the England football team’s biggest ever anthem is now available and published officially for Brass Band. With lyrics written by comedians David Baddiel and Frank Skinner, the music was composed by the rock band the Lightning Seeds. It was originally released back in 1996 to mark ‘Euro 96’ which was hosted in England. This iconic theme is the perfect addition to any programme during a major football competition and is instantly recognisable as one of the most popular pieces of all time. A must for every band’s library.

 

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Brass Quintet Collection
20 Pieces for Brass Band Quintet

20 Titles for Brass Quintet with Optional Augmentation

Featuring stylish arrangements using a flexible format for a minimum of five brass players, this set of music for small ensemble covers a wide range of composers and styles. The collection includes music by Purcell, Bach, Verdi, Gounod, Sousa, Joplin, Botsford, Elgar, Gershwin, and others.

Using a unique approach to the scoring, the basic setup is for five players: two cornets/ trumpets, one horn, one trombone, and one bass tuba. Two optional “augment” players can be added using the “flugelhorn”, and/ or the “Euphonium” parts. Further expansion of the ensemble is possible by adding multiple players to each part.

Twelve parts are provided in total: 1st Bb Cornet, 2nd Bb Cornet, Eb Tenor Horn, French Horn in F, Bb Trombone or Baritone in treble clef, C Trombone in bass clef, EEb Bass, BBb Bass, C Tuba in bass clef, Bb Flugelhorn or Cornet (augment part 1), Bb Euphonium or Baritone (augment part 2), C Euphonium or Trombone in bass clef (augment part 2).

A Full score is available seperately at a cost of £35.00. Please contact [email protected] to order.

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Videos of these works being performed are available below:-

Asturias (Leyenda) from Suite Española No.1, Isaac Albéniz

Berceuse from “Jocelyn”, Benjamin Godard

TITLES INCLUDED:-

1. Asturias (Leyenda) from Suite Española No.1, Isaac Albéniz 2. Bist du bei mir (Be Thou with Me), J. S. Bach 3. Chatterbox Rag, George Botsford 4. Grizzly Bear Rag, George Botsford 5. Jubilee Fantasy on God Save the King, Bernhard Brähmig 6. Chanson de Matin, Sir Edward Elgar 7. Pomp and Circumstance March No. 4, Sir Edward Elgar 8. But Not For Me, George Gershwin 9. By Strauss, George Gershwin 10. They All Laughed, G View More

Coconut Dance
The Rochdale coconut dance is a traditional Morris dance, often used by the dancers who accompany the rush-cart during the Rochdale rushbearing festival. It probably dates from the 1850s, and though the dancers were said to have half a coconut shell on each knee and in each hand, the term ‘coconut’ is also used as local slang for the wooden end of a wool bobbin, so nobody can be sure if they were always real coconuts. View More
Theme from Tetris
Korobeiniki Tetris is without doubt, one of the bestselling games worldwide since its global release in the mid-1980s. Challenging the player to organise a series of falling blocks, the theme tune based on the Russia traditional song, Korobeiniki, in its electronic format, became synonymous with the hand held game. This work has now been scored in an exciting arrangement for brass band which builds and builds to an exciting finale. The music features all sections of the band and bridges the generations, working well as a fantastic finale showstopper. View More
Flight of The Bumblebee
Quartet & Band This famous work Rimsky-Korsakov has been wonderfully arranged by Adrian Horn as a real showcase feature for quartet and brass band. The quartet features your band’s Cornet, Tenor Horn, Euphonium & Eb Bass players, all taking a pivotal role in this face paced and virtuosic piece. Originally written for an opera, The Tale of Tsar Saltan; this work whilst incidental in the opera, has become one of the most famous classical pieces of all time. A sure hit with your audiences and a great way show off your band’s players. Free soloist parts are available to download. View More
Songs of the North & South
For BrassFesk 2022 BrassFesk UK is back for 2022 after a break following the pandemic and with it, comes the traditional new commission and anthem. Recorded by the European Champions, the Cory Band, this year’s anthem is an arrangement of well-known UK traditional songs to coincide with the Queen’s Jubilee. The work has been written in the style of Gordon Langford, one of the Brass Band world’s leading arrangers and so as you expect, there are some fantastic parts to play for all areas of the band to enjoy. This foot-tapping release continues to follow the previous BrassFest UK anthems that have gone before it, ensuring a fun piece of music to both play and listen to. You can see Cory Band performing the work here:- https://youtu.be/MrqVf328tFI View More
Life On The Ocean Wave
H.M. Royal Marines Band This British March has been made famous around the world due to its use by H.M. Royal Marines Band. In 1882, the Deputy Adjutant General Royal Marines requested that the Bandmaster of each Royal Marine Division (Portsmouth, Plymouth, Chatham) submit an arrangement for a new regimental March for the corps. The Bandmaster of the Chatham Division, submitted an arrangement of A Life on the Ocean Wave which was authorised for use as the regimental quick March of the Corps of Royal Marines in 1882. Now for the first time, this March has been made available for Brass Band and is a perfect concert item to use in any concert. View More
Clarinet Concerto (Adagio): Mozart
Euphonium Solo The most popular movement from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto in A is now available as a beautiful solo for Euphonium (with an optional Tenor Horn soloist part also included). The work was originally composed for Anton Stadler and composed in 1791. This arrangement tests the range of the soloist with some large intervals to contend with during the lyrical melodies, utilising the full range of the instrument. The tender accompaniments also require the band to be sympathetic to the soloist as band show off the controlled nature of their playing. View More
Magnificat
(Movement 1) John Rutter’s Magnificat (Magnificat anima mea), first performed in 1990, opens with bold fanfares and syncopation which captures the listeners attention from the very first note. The work was originally composed for chamber orchestra and SATB choir. The SATB parts are also included in the score with this publication allowing bands if they wish, to perform with work alongside a full choir. Transcribed directly from the composers original score, Rutter’s music is full of strong melodic lines and gorgeous harmonies. Full of hair raising moments, it lends itself perfectly to Brass Bands and this opening movement is a must have for bands wanting to add something new and challenging to their classical repertoire. View More