Amazing Race by Mackereth.

Discussion in 'Classifieds' started by IanHeard, Jun 9, 2007.

  1. IanHeard

    IanHeard Member

    I went to a concert by the Chalk Farm Band recently and would like to buy a copy of this peice....any idea`s where I can get it from?
    It`s not listed on his website or any other of the usual outlets.
    Thoroughly enjoyed the concert btw....Mr Loukes` cornet solo was beautifully played..what a sound!
     
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  3. tromepic

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    Kirmat

    It is in the Triumph Series March 2007 available from World of Brass for £44.95. You could try and ring them to see if there is price for the piece on it's own by ringing them, but I doubt they will do that just yet! Hope this helps
     
  4. IanHeard

    IanHeard Member

    Many thanks, I`ll give them a ring!
     
  5. Bari2

    Bari2 New Member

  6. WorldofBrass.com

    WorldofBrass.com Active Member

    Spot on, tromepic.
    Because this particular journal has only just been produced, we're not able to supply Amazing Race on its own at this point.

    The journal is listed on the World of Brass website if you prefer to order that way; http://www.worldofbrass.eu/acatalog/35108.html

    Finally, to respond to Bari2, there's no point in contacting Andrew Mackereth directly about Amazing Race as he 'gifted' it to The Salvation Army and it's now published in the aforementioned journal. However, through his Blow and Believe website, he sells music that he's published himself including a really excellent bass trombone solo called Swing Low.
     
  7. PeterBale

    PeterBale Moderator Staff Member

    Unless, of course, you'd like the original wind ensemble version, as premiered by SASWE ;)
     
  8. Bari2

    Bari2 New Member

    I'm always happy to try and get Andrew as much business as possible as It's very much deserved for all the hard work he's put into his compositions. It took a long time for the SA to recognise his talents and I believe it was a composition that was originally done for SASWE (Keep Me Praising) that got him noticed.
     
  9. carlwoodman

    carlwoodman Member

    Andrew arranged, and conducted, the finale at last Saturday's Gospel Arts Concert in the Royal Albert Hall.

    Nice job, Andrew!
     
  10. Bari2

    Bari2 New Member

    Carl

    That's good to hear. Thanks for letting me know.
     

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