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222 product(s) found in Concert Band - Composer - Jan Van der Roost
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Arsenal Arsenal was composed for the 50th anniversary of the 'Harmonie van het Spoorwegarsenaal' [railroad arsenal], based in Mechelen (Belgium). Rather a stately concert march, it has beautiful themes and a broad melody in the trio. It was premiered in the Mechelen Cultural Center on the 11th of May 1996 during the solemn ceremony, opening the anniversary year and conducted by the composer. In the meantime, Arsenal has been recorded several times by such renowed performers like the Tokyo Kosei Wind Orchestra, the Black Dyke BB etc.
DHP 0950665-010 Arsenal
Jan Van der Roost | De Haske Publications | Concert Band/Harmonie | Set (Score & Parts)
€ 88,00
Puszta In composing Puszta, Jan Van der Roost wrote folk dances related to Slavonic folk music. Its character and sounds are comparable to the Hungarian and Slavonic dances by Brahms and Dvorak and to the Hungarian Rhapsodies by Liszt. All the melodies, however, are newly composed, not adapted from existing dances.
DHP 0880098-140 Puszta
Jan Van der Roost | De Haske Publications | Concert Band/Harmonie | Score Only
€ 32,50
Canterbury Chorale This quiet piece with its broad tones was originally written for brass band on request of Robert Leveugle, chairman of the composers own band: Brass Band Midden Brabant (Belgium). The direct cause was a visit to the beautiful cathedral of the English city Canterbury, in which so many fine compositions sounded throughout the centuries. Later on, Jan Van der Roost rescored this piece for symphonic wind band, exploring the full richness of colours of this formation. Besides solo phrases for several instruments, there are some massive tutti passages making the wind orchestra sound like a majestic organ. By the way: an "ad libitum" organ part adds an extra richness, colour and power to this piece, making it sound even more broad and grand.
DHP 0910329-010 Canterbury Chorale
Jan Van der Roost | De Haske Publications | Concert Band/Harmonie | Set (Score & Parts)
€ 105,00
Four Old Dances These four dances are written in a kind of neo renaissance style. Because of the fact that little technical demands are required from its performing artists, these dances are mainly meant for beginning groups, youth ensembles and also for bands in all kinds of small strengths. Jan Van der Roost originally had pedagogical intentions with this piece.
DHP 0860054-015 Four Old Dances
Jan Van der Roost | De Haske Publications | Concert Band/Harmonie/Fanfare | Set (Score & Parts)
€ 76,00
Arsenal Arsenal was composed for the 50th anniversary of the ‘Harmonie van het Spoorwegarsenaal’[railroad arsenal], based in Mechelen (Belgium). Rather a stately concert march, it has beautiful themes and a broad melody in the trio. It was premiered in the Mechelen Cultural Center on the 11th of May 1996 during the solemn ceremony, opening the anniversary year and conducted by the composer. In the mean time, Arsenal has been recorded several times by such renowed performers like the Tokyo Kosei Wind Orchestra, the Black Dyke BB etc.
DHP 0950665-140 Arsenal
Jan Van der Roost | De Haske Publications | Concert Band/Harmonie | Score Only
€ 20,00
Rikudim Rikudim (Hebrew for 'Dances') is a four-part dance suite based on Jewish music. By using eastern intervals and irregular time changes, the composer succeeds in creating a slightly melancholy but specifically Jewish flavoured piece.
DHP 0860039-010 Rikudim
Four Israeli Folk Dances for Band | Jan Van der Roost | De Haske Publications | Concert Band/Harmonie | Set (Score & Parts)
€ 155,00
Dublin Dances In Dublin Dances Jan Van der Roost has combined three well-knowntraditional Irish melodies to form an attractive medley. The medleycontains Brian Boru’s March, a melody made popular by worldfamous flautist James Galway, followed by the atmospheric tuneThe Minstrel Man and, as a cheerful finale, The Irish Washerwoman.Add a little magic from the Emerald Isle to your concert with thisrousing medley.
DHP 1074289-010 Dublin Dances
Jan Van der Roost | De Haske Publications | Concert Band/Harmonie | Set (Score & Parts)
€ 135,00
Mercury Mercury is a concert march composed in a typically British idiom. In 1990, Jan Van der Roost wrote this piece on the occasion of the 15-year anniversary of his own band: Brass Band Midden Brabant. Like many British marches, the main theme is written in a minor key. Powerful and virtuoso themes characterize the first part of this march, while the trio melody is much more melodical, offering the tenor register to display its lyrical skills. Follows a dynamic passage for trombones and trumpets/cornets, leading to a "grandioso" version of the main trio melody and thus concluding this march in a magnificent way.
DHP 0910271-010 Mercury
Jan Van der Roost | De Haske Publications | Concert Band/Harmonie | Set (Score & Parts)
€ 88,00
Orion There are all sorts of marches: fast and slow, solemn and energetic, military and civil, procession and funeral. Orion is a so-called ‘slow march’. However the moderate tempo does not make a passive or heavy impression. On the contrary, this march contains natural optimism and spontaneity. The persistant ‘pulse’ gives this majestic march a noble character
DHP 1002341-140 Orion
Slow March | Jan Van der Roost | De Haske Publications | Concert Band/Harmonie | Score Only
€ 20,00
Puszta In composing Puszta, Jan Van der Roost wrote folk dances related to Slavonic folk music. Its character and sounds are comparable to the Hungarian and Slavonic dances by Brahms and Dvorak and to the Hungarian Rhapsodies by Liszt. All the melodies, however, are newly composed, not adapted from existing dances.
DHP 0880098-010 Puszta
Jan Van der Roost | De Haske Publications | Concert Band/Harmonie | Set (Score & Parts)
€ 150,00
Flashing Winds This flashing piece was commissioned by 'Het muziekverbond van West-Vlaanderen' and is dedicated to the 'Arlequino' youthband. Colourfully and effectfully instrumentated, this piece speeds towards its finale without any tempo changes. The chord-blocks, which characterized the introduction, unite this virtuoso piece by reappearing in the end.
DHP 0890152-010 Flashing Winds
Jan Van der Roost | De Haske Publications | Concert Band/Harmonie | Set (Score & Parts)
€ 110,00
Spartacus Spartacus is a "Symphonic Tone Poem" with 3 joints. Each section has its own melodical materials, however: in the final movement the main theme from the second section returns in a 'grandioso'-tutti. The last bar but one recaptures the 'oriental' atmosphere of the very beginning. The first section (= from the beginning till J) builds up a climax by repeating and accumulating some melodical and rhythmical stuctures. The oriental character of the melodical fragments refers to the origin of the Roman slaves. The second section evokes the love between Spartacus and his loveby giving a peaceful atmosphere. The mean theme (presented the first time at letter L) has a broad and wide character and refers slightly to filmmusic. In this part of the composition, a special attention is given to the orchestration. The final section is more agressive and martial and refers to the revolt of the slaves against the Roman oppressors. In the middle of this movement, an accumulation of the 12 tones symbolizes the crucifixion of the slaves: the english horn resumes partly the cadenza of the flute (at letter J), as if he wants to show again the eternal love between Spartacus and his love a very last time ... The theme at the third bar of letter T is actually based on the 2nd theme of this section (which starts at the fifth bar of letter R), but has been worked out rhytmically.
DHP 0890131-010 Spartacus
Jan Van der Roost | De Haske Publications | Concert Band/Harmonie | Set (Score & Parts)
€ 185,00
DHP 0860039-140 Rikudim
Jan Van der Roost | De Haske Publications | Concert Band/Harmonie | Score Only
€ 32,50
DHP 0910329-140 Canterbury Chorale
Jan Van der Roost | De Haske Publications | Concert Band/Harmonie | Score Only
€ 22,00
Poème Montagnard Jan Van der Roost received the commission for this work from the ‘Orchestre d’Harmonie du Val d’Aoste’ and dedicated the composition to Lino Blanchod, the conductor of the orchestra. The first performance was on 26th January 1997 by the orchestra itself and under the direction of the composer. This extensive symphonic poem depicts the atmosphere and history of the autonomous French speaking region ‘Val d’Aoste’ in northern Italy, and is meant as a musical homage to the historical figure Cathérine de Challant.The opening of this piece describes the rugged nature of this region dominated by Mont Blanc, the roof of Europe. A brief, combative passage conjures up the numerous wars fought here through the ages, later expanding into a surprising ‘Renaissance Dance’ with an original and fitting recorder quartet. A broad, lyrical theme portrays the love that has always played an important role here. After recapturing several of the earlier themes, the piece closes with the renaissance dance, this time played by the brass. A spectacular finale brings this symphonic poem to a close.
DHP 0970791-010 Poème Montagnard
Jan Van der Roost | De Haske Publications | Concert Band/Harmonie | Set (Score & Parts)
€ 295,00
DHP 0890131-140 Spartacus
Jan Van der Roost | De Haske Publications | Concert Band/Harmonie | Score Only
€ 55,00
Brasiliana The versatility of Jan Van der Roost is displayed in this Brasiliana: a suite made up of typical Latin American dances. The movements ‘Cha-Cha-Cha’, ‘Calypso’ and ‘Samba’ are colourfully scored for wind band. The piece is of intermediate difficulty and pays special attention to Latin American percussion instruments.
DHP 0870081-015 Brasiliana
Jan Van der Roost | De Haske Publications | Concert Band/Harmonie/Fanfare | Set (Score & Parts)
€ 120,00
Condacum Condacum’ was composed on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the Arts Council in the Belgian district of Kontich, the home town of the composer Jan Van der Roost. It is an interesting composition in which the history of this Belgian community is depicted in sound. The opening reminds one of the advance of the Roman army, whilst the dynamic development is full of vitaliy!
DHP 0960686-010 Condacum
Jan Van der Roost | De Haske Publications | Concert Band/Harmonie | Set (Score & Parts)
€ 120,00
Contemplation Contemplation is the first movement from the Clarinet Concerto by Jan Van der Roost, which was commissioned by Musica Reservata VOF, Belgium, and is dedicated to the famous clarinet soloist Eddy Vanoosthuyse.
A slightly mysterious intro leads to an orchestral climax with ascending melodies and the entrance of the soloist. This occurs at first with fragmentary musical ideas, and then with longer melodic lines. The orchestra delivers the dialogue with the soloist, and creates a fitting musical frame with a delicate and colourful instrumentation. Towards the end of the music, the atmosphere from the beginning is restored, and the soloist finishes on the same note that he started the piece on.
The concerto is also available as a piano reduction.
DHP 1175741-010 Contemplation
Doloroso e Contemplativo | Jan Van der Roost | De Haske Publications | Clarinet and Concert Band/Harmonie | Set (Score & Parts)
€ 260,00
Orion There are all sorts of marches: fast and slow, solemn and energetic, military and civil, procession and funeral. Orion is a so-called ‘slow march’. However the moderate tempo does not make a passive or heavy impression. On the contrary, this march contains natural optimism and spontaneity. The persistant ‘pulse’ gives this majestic march a noble character.
DHP 1002341-010 Orion
Slow March | Jan Van der Roost | De Haske Publications | Concert Band/Harmonie | Set (Score & Parts)
€ 94,00
Hymnus Antverpiae This hymn was commissioned by “Antwerpen 93”. And this city, on the banks of the river Schelde has been nominated “Cultural Capital of Europe” for 1993. The work-group “animatie” took the initiative and commissioned a hymn, which -as the finale to a grand open-air event on 27th March- was premièred by hundreds of musicians from all over Europe. Philippe Langlet (France) was the conductor at this majestic occasion.Musically speaking the piece can no doubt be labeled easy. Indeed it is meant to represent a hymn, playable by all in different instrumental combinations. Consequently a variable instrumentation was chosen and a type of music, which by native is easily accessible and uncomplicated.The conductor is free -in the instrumentation- to score this piece according to his own taste. It is perhaps advisable to use the sharp brass in the forte parts, in order to make the range in the sound of the orchestra as colouful as possible. The percussion parts are not absolutely essential, so that the hymn can also be performed without percussion.
DHP 0930474-015 Hymnus Antverpiae
Jan Van der Roost | De Haske Publications | Concert Band/Harmonie/Fanfare | Set (Score & Parts)
€ 76,00
DHP 0890152-146 Flashing Winds
Jan Van der Roost | De Haske Publications | Concert Band/Harmonie/Fanfare | Score Only
€ 24,00
Apollo Like previous marches by Jan Van der Roost (Mercury, Arsenal, Helios, Minerva, Artemis, Montana...) the overall character of Apollo is rather stately and noble. Broad themes and a lyrical trio melody offer the opportunity for various registers to shine and to display their qualities, making this concert march a captivating experience for players and audience alike! Starting in a minor key, the march soon turns towards the major, reflecting the festive character of a true 'jubilee march'.
DHP 1094849-010 Apollo
Osakan | Jan Van der Roost | De Haske Publications | Concert Band/Harmonie | Set (Score & Parts)
€ 88,00
Song of Hope 2011 was a disastrous year for Japan: on March 11 the northeast of the country suffered a violent earthquake, which triggered a huge tsunami and caused massive damage to people and the environment. The ensuing problems with the nuclear reactor at Fukushima only increased the misery: a black day in the country's history...
One almost inevitable consequence of such dramatic circumstances is the particular damage suffered by the cultural arts. And so it was in Japan: various high school wind orchestras in the effected areas lost their practice rooms and/or instruments. It will take a long time before the damage suffered is repaired - and it will take great effort to overcome the psychological effects, too. Focusing on the latter, Yutada Nishida (director of The Bandwagon radio program) asked a few composers for a simple work that could be played by many orchestras. It just so happened that the Osakan Philharmonic Winds (with whom Jan Van der Roost had conducted a concert exclusively of his own works on September 25th) had had a similar idea. This concert saw the baptism of Song of Hope. This piece immediately struck a chord with musicians and audience alike: it begins bleakly in the low register and evolves to a more open, optimistic close. There really is hope for better times!
DHP 1115227-010 Song of Hope
Jan Van der Roost | De Haske Publications | Concert Band/Harmonie | Set (Score & Parts)
€ 110,00
Montana From the first bars the stately character of this solemn, yet celebratory, march is clearly heard. The introduction of the main theme takes place in the medium register, immediately resulting in a noble tone. A lyrical trio melody provides contrast, but the march closes in a festive and imposing mood. A march worthy of any concert program.
DHP 1084619-010 Montana
Jan Van der Roost | De Haske Publications | Concert Band/Harmonie | Set (Score & Parts)
€ 88,00
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