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We are proud to present the winner of the 2016 National Band Association/William D. Revelli Memorial Band Composition Contest:
 
A Colour Symphony  by Philip Sparke

A Colour Symphony

A Colour Symphony
Philip Sparke’s third symphony, A Colour Symphony, was commissioned by “sinfonischen blasorchester wehdel” conducted by Thomas Ratzek. In the four movements (white, yellow, blue and red) the composer creates links between the instrumentation and harmonic elements and the actual colour of the spectrum the movement stands for. In order to create the greatest richness possible, Philip Sparke used a very large instrumentation including low woodwinds, harp, piano and celli. A Colour Symphony is an impressive and iconic addition to the standard repertoire for large symphonic bands. Philip Sparke’s third symphony, A Colour Symphony, was commissioned by “sinfonischen blasorchester wehdel” conducted by Thomas Ratzek. In the five movements (white, yellow, blue, red and green) the composer creates links between the instrumentation and harmonic elements and the actual colour of the spectrum the movement stands for. In order to create the greatest richness possible, Philip Sparke used a very large instrumentation including low woodwinds, harp, piano and celli. A Colour Symphony is an impressive and iconic addition to the standard repertoire for large symphonic bands.
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A Colour Symphony
€ 535,00
A Colour Symphony
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A Colour Symphony
€ 17,95
  

Works by Philip Sparke - Band Sets and CDs

The Saga of Haakon the Good
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The Saga of Haakon the Good
€ 105,00
A Christmas March
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A Christmas March
€ 70,00
Blue Rock
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Blue Rock
€ 105,00
Sandstone Centennial
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Sandstone Centennial
€ 105,00
Sandstone Centennial
Sandstone Centennial was commissioned by the Frodsham Silver Band from north-west England, to celebrate their centenary. The title refers to the fact that Frodsham is situated at one end of The Sandstone Trail, a hiking route which was opened in 1974 and traces a ridge of sandstone. The march is in traditional English ‘contest march’ style.
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Sandstone Centennial
€ 58,00
The Saga of Haakon the Good
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The Saga of Haakon the Good
€ 175,00
Deserts
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Deserts
€ 195,00
Kentish Dances
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Kentish Dances
€ 195,00
A Christmas Herald
Designed to open a Christmas concert, A Christmas Herald starts with a fanfare that introduces a lyrical theme, which eventually turns out to be a descant to Hark, the Herald Angels Sing, which is subsequently introduced by trombones and euphoniums. The famous carol then gradually transforms back into the fanfare, which closes the work as it began.
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A Christmas Herald
€ 76,00
Albion Heritage
Comissioned to write a patriotic piece, Albion Heritage is a folk song fantasy by Philip Sparke, based on melodies originating across various British Islands. Songs include: Brighton Camp from England, O Waly, Waly from Scotland, and the famous Men of Harlech from Wales. Albion Heritage is a stunning and enjoyable arrangement sure to stir up patriotic pride in every performance!
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Albion Heritage
€ 150,00
Beethoven's Greeting
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Beethoven's Greeting
€ 130,00
Sounds of the Saint Lawrence
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Sounds of the Saint Lawrence
€ 175,00
Tales of the River Wye
The River Wye is one longest rivers in the United Kingdom and formsa part of the border between England and Wales. The river takes itssource from the Welsh mountains and curves gracefully throughsome of the favourite landscapes of Philip Sparke. It crosses thepicturesque cities of Monmouth, Ross-on-Wye, Hereford and Hayon-Wye. Tales of the River Wye tells of an afternoon on the banksof the river. A splendid and serene addition to the concert bandrepertoire.
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Tales of the River Wye
€ 70,00
The Conqueror
Philip Sparke wrote this march for the famous brass band contest held ever year on Whit Friday in Oldham and Saddleworth. Given the competition’s long history (over 120 years), he consciously composed this piece in a very traditional march form. The title, The Conqueror, refers to Alexander the Great’s nickname as well as being something every band aspires to be!
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The Conqueror
€ 88,00
The Conqueror
This fantastic contest march was composed for the Alexander Brass Band from Stavanger, Norway, who wanted a brand new march to play when they took part in the world-renowned Whit Friday March Contest. In the march Philip Sparke has followed the traditional brass band contest march format and it is named as a tribute to Alexander the Great, rather than the Alexander brass band, who were actually named after their local pub!
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The Conqueror
€ 53,00
An English Christmas
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An English Christmas
€ 63,00
Music for Life
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Music for Life
€ 130,00
An English Christmas
Christmas as celebrated in England is a relatively newtradition dating from the time of Queen Victoria. Herhusband Prince Albert was from Germany and he broughtmany German Christmas traditions with him, including theChristmas tree and Christmas cards, and even carols such asHark, the Herald Angels Sing. Philip Sparke has however useda varied selection of English melodies to arrange into his?Festival of Carols?.The choir parts are seperately available (order no. AMP 227-050).
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An English Christmas
€ 115,00
An English Christmas
Christmas as celebrated in England is a relatively newtradition dating from the time of Queen Victoria. Herhusband Prince Albert was from Germany and he broughtmany German Christmas traditions with him, including theChristmas tree and Christmas cards, and even carols such asHark, the Herald Angels Sing. Philip Sparke has however useda varied selection of English melodies to arrange into his?Festival of Carols?.The choir parts are seperately available (order no. AMP 227-050).
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An English Christmas
€ 82,00
Almshouse Street Blues
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Almshouse Street Blues
€ 58,00
A Monmouth Overture
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A Monmouth Overture
€ 94,00
A Final Fling
A Final Fling was written at the request of David Childs for a CD recording with a Celtic theme, which he released in 2007. The phrase ‘a final fling’ means a last quick effort at doing something, perhaps when this item is used as an encore, and also, a fling is a type of Scottish Highland dance, which tied in with the Celtic theme. A light- hearted piece, A Final Fling starts in the mood of a folk dance and quotes from The Irish Washerwoman before flying to a close. A perfect way to put your euphonium player in the spotlight.
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A Final Fling
€ 58,00
Sambezi
Sambezi is the brass band version of the last movement of Philip Sparke’s Trombone Concerto. It starts in a joyful and outgoing mood with the soloist playing a carefree samba tune. A jazz-in uenced central tune explores the higher ranges of the trombone before the samba rhythms set up a ‘contest’ between the soloist and the band’s trombone section. The soloist is the eventual ‘winner’ and he celebrates by reintroducing the samba melody before bringing the work to a virtuosic close. A real treat for your trombone soloist.
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Sambezi
€ 76,00
Saying Goodbye
Saying Goodbye is one of a series of original works in pop, rock and swing styles Philip Sparke has composed to try and give brass bands their own popular vocabulary and identity. It could be described as happy-sad in mood, a feature of much of Sparke’s slower music. A perfect light addition for your concert.
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Saying Goodbye
€ 53,00
Almshouse Street Blues
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Almshouse Street Blues
€ 94,00
Three Klezmer Miniatures
Three Klezmer Miniatures is Philip Sparke’s third work based on traditional Jewish klezmer melodies, after Shalom! and A Klezmer Karnival. Klezmer music originated in the ’shtetl‘ (villages) and the ghettos of Eastern Europe, where itinerant Jewish troubadours, known as ’klezmorim‘, had performed at celebrations, particularly weddings, since the early Middle Ages. In Three Klezmer Miniatures Philip Sparke used the traditional tunes Sham Harei Golan Nigun Shel Yossi, Tumbalalaika, and Hava Nagila.
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Three Klezmer Miniatures
€ 88,00
Neapolitan Holiday
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Neapolitan Holiday
€ 160,00
Salute to a Hero
Salute to a Hero was composed to honour the work of a truly deserving musician, teacher, and conductor. It opens with a noble brass fanfare with woodwind ornamentation. Following a short interlude the opening fanfare is again heard this time being played by the full band. A lyrical middle section follows, providing a beautiful and peaceful contrast to the powerful sound of the brass section. The fanfare makes one final appearance bringing the work to a triumphant close.
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Salute to a Hero
€ 82,00
Towards the Western Horizon
The inspiration for this piece came from the address of the person who commissioned the work: Morse Street, Houston, Texas. It pays tribute to the immense skill of the engineers who succeeded in submerging a wire across the Atlantic to send messages in morse code from America to Europe. This technical ingenuity provided the perfect source of material for a transatlantic musical message. This work explores the vast expanse of the Atlantic and makes use of Irish melodies to celebrate the point where the cable enters into the Atlantic Ocean.
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Towards the Western Horizon
€ 105,00
Sinfonietta No. 4
Philip Sparke’s Sinfonietta No. 4 is comprised of three parts that are played as an uninterrupted whole. The _x001F_first movement begins with a lyrical fugato passage, framing a brisker and more rhythmical middle section. The second movement is slower and contains a long and expressive euphonium solo. The third movement is a salute to the sponsor of this commission: various percussion instruments conjure up sounds reminiscent of a carpenter’s workshop, accompanied by a unison orchestral passage in a scat style.
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Sinfonietta No. 4
€ 295,00
Three Klezmer Miniatures
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Three Klezmer Miniatures
€ 135,00
Exultation
Exultation is a short and energetic concert opener that is similar to a palindrome. A fanfare opens the work, juxtaposing 3/4 and 6/8, reminiscent of Latin-American music. The main theme is first heard on the euphonium, horns and saxophones which is very bluesy. The contrasting second theme is short and spikey and played by the bass instruments of the band. A lyric melody emerges as the rest of the orchestra joins in. The second theme reappears which leads back to the ‘blues’ melody, which leads back to the opening fanfare. Palindromic!
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Exultation
€ 88,00
Blazon
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Blazon
€ 88,00
Saint-Saëns Variations
In 2006, a long-time dream of Philip Sparke finally became reality: to compose a set of variations on the famous chorale from Saint-Saëns’ renowned Organ Symphony. In 2009 the composer reworked the piece for brass band. The resulting Saint-Saëns Variations has been simplified, shortened and in many places completely recomposed, to distill the essence of the symphony even further and allow younger bands to enjoy the power of Saint-Saëns’ masterpiece in an approachable, yet completely faithful, work.
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Saint-Saëns Variations
€ 100,00
Salute to a Hero
It is a tradition at Marlow High School, Oklahoma, that the band members’ parents host a Band Banquet every May, at which the senior members of the band present a gift to the band director as a token of gratitude for his year’s work. In 2009, clarinet player Brenna Hensley had the idea to commission a new piece from composer Philip Sparke to present to band director Billy Daniel, which would be played at the Spring Concert later that month. Salute to a Hero was the result.The piece opens with a decorated fanfare played on cornets and trombones and, after a short bridge passage, this reappears, played by the full band. A central lyrical section brings a mood of calm, utilising different brass colours, before the fanfare returns to close the work.
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Salute to a Hero
€ 53,00
Hail the Dragon!
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Hail the Dragon!
€ 115,00
Hail the Dragon!
Its title, Hail the Dragon!, references a work Philip Sparke wrote in 1984, The Year of the Dragon. The piece opens with a lively and energetic fanfare. The mood becomes more subdued in the centre section as the cornet introduces a new theme that builds to an emotional climax. This leads into a recap of the opening fanfare which acts as a type of descant to short quotations from the last movement of The Year of the Dragon before reaching a thunderous finale.
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Hail the Dragon!
€ 82,00
Capricorno
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Capricorno
€ 76,00
Jubiloso
Jubiloso was commissioned by Utsunomiya Brass Society, a talented and versatile group of brass players whom Philip Sparke has conducted on many occasions. When they asked him to compose a ‘signature’ march to celebrate their 30th anniversary, they asked for a bright and breezy march which they could use to open concerts. Jubiloso is in the same ‘Broadway’ style as Sparke’s Slipstream and The Bandwagon with heavily syncopated melodies and the conventional cantabile trio section but also contains sudden bars with unusual time signatures which trip up the march rhythm.
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Jubiloso
€ 53,00
Letter from Home
In Letter from Home Philip Sparke portrays the many feelings and emotions that a letter from home can evoke. This intimate work opens with a gentle woodwind melody, which gradually becomes more confused as new emotions are introduced. Finally resignation sets in, but a sense of peace and balance is restored with the final chorale. In this emotional work Philip Sparke truly captures the highs and lows of being away from home.
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Letter from Home
€ 120,00
Letter from Home
In Letter from Home Philip Sparke portrays the many feelings and emotions that a letter from home can evoke. This intimate works opens with a gentle melody, which gradually becomes more confused as new emotions are introduced. Finally resignation sets in, but a sense of peace and balance is restored with the fi nal chorale. In this emotional work Philip Sparke truly captures the highs and lows of being away from home.
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Letter from Home
€ 70,00
A Christmas Herald
Designed to open a Christmas concert, A Christmas Herald starts with a fanfare that introduces a lyrical theme, which eventually turns out to be a descant to Hark, the Herald Angels Sing, which is subsequently introduced by trombones and euphoniums. The famous carol then gradually transforms back into the fanfare, which closes the work as it began.
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A Christmas Herald
€ 48,00
Jubiloso
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Jubiloso
€ 88,00
Jubiloso
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Jubiloso
€ 88,00
A Weekend in New York
Philip Sparke was so inspired and moved by his first visit to New York, that he had to capture the moment in one of his compositions. At first a general picture of New York is presented as all the sights and sounds are taken it. Eventually the composer finds himself in Manhattan. Walking along a street, music can be heard wafting from one of the jazz-clubs. This musical representation of personal impressions creates an extremely memorable work.
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A Weekend in New York
€ 160,00
Two German Dances
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Two German Dances
€ 64,00
Fanfare for Saint Cecilia
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Fanfare for Saint Cecilia
€ 82,00
The Roaring Forties
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The Roaring Forties
€ 130,00
Scaramouche
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Scaramouche
€ 130,00
Scaramouche
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Scaramouche
€ 76,00
Soft-shoe Shuffle
Dating from the first decades of the 20th century and originating in vaudeville and the music hall, the soft-shoe shuffle was danced by tap dancers, wearing soft-shoes instead of their normal tap shoes. In this usually comic dance, the shoes were rubbed on the surface of the stage producing a characteristic ‘swish’. Soft-shoe Shuffle can be made into a percussion feature by bringing the sandpaper blocks to the front of the stage - with added choreography, if required! A wonderful piece of musical humour for your concerts.
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Soft-shoe Shuffle
€ 64,00
An English Sea Song Suite
The four tunes used in this suite have been made universally popular in Sir Henry Wood?s Fantasia on British Sea Songs, which is an ever-present ingredient in The Last Night of the Proms.He introduced this colourful suite into the Proms in 1905,to celebrate the centenary of Nelson?s brilliant victory at Trafalgar, when ?Britannia? really did ?rule the waves?. Bring the excitement of The Last Night of The Proms to any concert with this stirring new edition.
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An English Sea Song Suite
€ 130,00
Rockin' Trumpets
The history of rock and roll can be traced back as far as the musical influence of the first African slaves to arrive in North America. The style borrows heavily from rhythm and blues and early rock stars such as Ike Turner, Bill Haley, Chuck Berry, Buddy Holly and Elvis Presley had a huge influence through the newly-invented juke box and liberated the youth of the day by giving them a music of their own. Rockin? Tumpets gives the young band a chance to rock and roll with the trumpets taking the lead. Treat your trumpets to this lively solosection feature.
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Rockin' Trumpets
€ 76,00
Valerius Variations
Dutch composer, artist and poet Adriaen Valerius is mostly remembered today for his collection of 79 songs for voice and lute or cittern, published posthumously in 1626. Philip Sparke has taken one melody from this collection that tells of the War of Independence with Spain. The beautiful slow melody is followed by a series of lively variations to form an extremely entertaining piece that will bring great joy to all who perform and listen to it.
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Valerius Variations
€ 135,00
Valerius Variations
Dutch artist and poet Adriaen Valerius (c. 1575-1625) is mostly remembered today for his collection of 79 songs for voice and lute or cittern published posthumously in 1626. The melody used for this set of variations is Merck toch hoe sterck, whose words tell about the War of Independence with Spain. The melody originally derives from an English tune with the title: What if an houre or a moneth. The beautiful slow melody is followed by a series of lively variations to form an extremely entertaining piece that will bring great joy to all who perform and listen to it.
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Valerius Variations
€ 135,00
Valerius Variations
Dutch composer, artist and poet Adriaen Valerius is mostly remembered today for his collection of 79 songs for voice and lute or cittern, published posthumously in 1626. Philip Sparke has taken one melody from this collection that tells of the War of Independence with Spain. The beautiful slow melody is followed by a series of lively variations to form an extremely entertaining piece that will bring great joy to all who perform and listen to it.
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Valerius Variations
€ 76,00
The Harbour: Sunday Morning
The Harbour:Sunday Morningwas commissioned by the Jersey Instrumental Service for the Jersey Youth Wind Band.The history of the Channel Islands is inextricably linked to the sea and this determined the theme for this composition. The composer is intrigued by man?s fascination with elements of nature (such as the sea, mountains, deserts and deep space), which are both beautiful and dangerous. Bring the power of the sea to your concert with this truly descriptive piece.
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The Harbour: Sunday Morning
€ 115,00
Prof. Googleheimer's Clarinet Polka
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€ 64,00
Something Borrowed, Something Blue
This is a little salute to the wonderful music of Duke Ellington, taking Mood Indigo as its model. Something Borrowed, Something Blue will allow the young band to approach this masterpiece?s laid-back style, using chords and harmonies that they may be hearing for the first time. The flexible instrumentation of this work makes it ideal for bands without the full quota of players. Bring the world of jazz to life with this smooth classic.
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Something Borrowed, Something Blue
€ 64,00
Rockin' Trumpets
The history of rock and roll can be traced back as far as the musical influence of the first African slaves to arrive in North America. The style borrows heavily from rhythm and blues and early rock stars such as Ike Turner, Bill Haley, Chuck Berry, Buddy Holly and Elvis Presley had a huge influence through the newly-invented juke box and liberated the youth of the day by giving them a music of their own. Rockin? Tumpets gives the young band a chance to rock and roll with the trumpets taking the lead. Treat your trumpets to this lively solosection feature.
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Rockin' Trumpets
€ 76,00
Mexican Holiday
Whilst making no claims to be stylistically authentic, this little piece aims to capture the infectious spirit of mariachi, a word whose origins are lost in the mists of time, but which describes not only the performers (on guitars, vihuelas, violins, trumpets and harp) but also the music itself. Their music speaks of love, passion, politics, life in the country and revolutionary heroes but is unerringly uplifting in style and immediately recognisable as the spirit of Mexico. A chance to add that Spanish flavour to your concerts.
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Mexican Holiday
€ 64,00
Parade of the Clockwork Soldiers
This piece was inspired by the composer watching his young son, Benny, playing ‘soldiers’ with his collection of teddy bears - how appropriate!But it made him think of the many character pieces which take the form of a ‘toy march’, the most notable examples being by Haydn, Tchaikovsky and Leon Jessel. Parade of the Clockwork Soldiers is in the form of a ‘patrol’ (starting and ending quietly with a louder middle) and aims to represent a band marching past the listener. In fact, where the hall layout permits it, it could be possible to add a little choreography to the piece, starting and ending with only a few instruments on stage.
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Parade of the Clockwork Soldiers
€ 88,00
Sierra Nevada
Sierra Nevada presents the listener with the wondrous grandeur of one of the great mountain ranges in California, U.S.A., the Sierra Nevada. Experience the awakening of an early morning in the Sierras, complete with a mysterious, foggy mist, totally obscuring any hint of what lies within, to the tremendous panorama of grand snow-covered mountain peaks and the circling golden eagles, the regal elk and royal stags. A wonderfully descriptive work that will fit well into any concert program.
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Sierra Nevada
€ 140,00
David of the White Rock
This is an ancient Welsh air that was first published in Relics of the Welsh Bards in 1794. Dafydd (David) Owain was a famous Welsh bard who lived on a farm called Gareg Wen (The White Rock) in Eifionydd, Carnarnvonshire, North Wales. Tradition has it that on his deathbed he called for his harp and composed this lovely melody, requesting that it be played at his funeral. Accordingly, it was later played at the parish church of Ynys-Cynhaiarn. Lyrics were later added by Ceiriog Hughes, which describe the melody's inspiration. This version for brass band retains all the beauty and simplicity of the original.
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David of the White Rock
€ 53,00
When the Spirit Soars
Music is perhaps unique among the performing arts in its ability to express and convey the subtlest nuances of human emotion This ability is exploited in When the Spirit Soars which attempts to capture in music the feeling of extreme happiness, sometimes almost too much to bear, that we all experience at one time or another. Often this happiness can be tinged with sadness (we can cry with joy, after all) and it is this conflict of emotions which this piece describes. There are moments of doubt as the piece progresses, but it ends in undiluted joy.
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When the Spirit Soars
€ 94,00
The Seasons
In this exciting four-movement suite Philip Sparke has taken the yearly cycle to inspire the framework for the work. Spring Sunshine describe a bright spring morning, Summer Siesta conjures up a quiet rest by a river on a hot summer afternoon. Autumn Alone heralds the approaching dark days of winter and Winter Winds brings the work to a close as it portrays stormy winter weather in all its fury and glory. This work of great contrast is sure to become a favourite in your concert repertoire.
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The Seasons
€ 205,00
Fiesta de la Vida
The Latin American mood of the piece is a salute to the population of California, a state which many feel still clearly displays its Mexican roots. The melody and intoxicating rhythm of the music oozes excitement, thus ensuring every single member of your audience will go home in a joyous mood!
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Fiesta de la Vida
€ 150,00
Fiesta de la Vida
The Latin American mood of this piece is truly infectious and will make all players, and audience members, get up and dance.Why not add a little Latin spice to any concert with this lively new work.
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Fiesta de la Vida
€ 88,00
Magga
The Four Noble Truths are the most basic expression of the teaching of Buddha and therefore still form the guidelines for Buddhists to this day. They concern themselves with Dukkha, which has no exact translation but can mean suffering, stress or sadness etc. Magga is The Noble Truth of the Path Leading to the Cessation of Dukkha - the Fourth Noble Truth - which gives us a description of eight disciplines which can help us eliminate the origins of stress from our lives.
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Magga
€ 94,00
Three Extraordinary Journeys
Three Extraordinary Journeys was commissioned to mark the centenary of the death of the famous author Jules Verne. Based on three novels from his Voyages Extraordinaires series of travel stories, the music aims to capture the excitement and adventure of these famous books. A fantastic new major concert or ‘own choice’ contest piece.
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Three Extraordinary Journeys
€ 100,00
Processional
Philip Sparke composed Processional as a wedding present for two of his friends. It is an extremely versatile piece as it can be played simply as a concert piece but has been designed specifically for occasions such as weddings or graduation ceremonies, where its duration can be altered according to your needs. A must for any ceremonial occasion.
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Processional
€ 82,00
Processional
Philip Sparke composed Processional as a wedding present for two of his friends. It is an extremely versatile piece as it can be played simply as a concert piece but has been designed specifically for occasions such as weddings or graduation ceremonies, where it?s duration can be altered according to your needs.A must for any ceremonial occasion.
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Processional
€ 53,00
Madrigalum
The idea behind this work was to create an opening piece, something to start a concert in an unusual way. The title is a portmanteau word derived from madrigal. The work indeed begins in Renaissance mood however gradually tries to shake of its modal start and, by contrasting different instrumental families,the work changes into modern clothes.Why not add a little Renaissance splendor to any concert with this unique new work?
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Madrigalum
€ 105,00
Madrigalum
The idea behind this work was to create an opening piece, something to start a concert in an unusual way. The title is a portmanteau word derived from madrigal. The work indeed begins in Renaissance mood however gradually tries to shake of its modal start and, by contrasting different instrumental families,the work changes into modern clothes.Why not add a little Renaissance splendor to any concert with this unique new work?
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