bb0732 New Music for Brass Band by Foden’s Richardson Band

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  1. Midland CD

    Midland CD Supporting Member

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    Track List

    1 Flowers of the Forest : Reflections on a Scottish Folk Song - Foden’s Richardson Band (Richard Rodney Bennett / ed. Hindmarsh) [14.25]
    2 The Alchymist’s Journal - Foden’s Richardson Band (Kenneth Hesketh) [12.25]
    3 Altitude - Foden’s Richardson Band (George Benjamin) [8.35]
    4i Prague - St Wenceslas Chapel – The Ancient Crown of Bohemia - Foden’s Richardson Band (Judith Bingham) [3.18]
    5ii Robbi Löw creates the Golem - Foden’s Richardson Band [2.43]
    6iii Charles Bridge [4.11]
    7iv Wenceslas Square – Defeat and Triumph [2.33]
    8 Shadow Songs - Foden’s Richardson Band (Philip Wilby) [9.59]
    9i Variations on a Theme of Tippett - Processional (from A Midsummer Marriage) - Foden’s Richardson Band (Tippett / Hindmarsh) [0.55]
    10ii Danse des Amis - Foden’s Richardson Band (Bramwell Tovey) [1.44]
    11iii Midsummer Song - Foden’s Richardson Band (Edward Gregson) [2.58]
    12iv Scherzettino - Foden’s Richardson Band (Michael Ball / Hindmarsh) [1.30]
    13v Collage - Foden’s Richardson Band (Elgar Howarth) [3.12]
    14vi Birthday Fugue and Finale - Foden’s Richardson Band (Philip Wilby / Hindmarsh) [4.26]
     
  2. Bass Trumpet

    Bass Trumpet Active Member

    Any idea who publishes The Flowers of the Forest? Wouldn't mind having a crack at it with my band.
     
  3. Anno Draconis

    Anno Draconis Well-Known Member

  4. brassneck

    brassneck Active Member

  5. PeterBale

    PeterBale Moderator Staff Member

    Also, bear in mind that the original was for an augmented band, and that Paul has rescored it for the present recording.
     
  6. WorldofBrass.com

    WorldofBrass.com Active Member

    New Music for Brass Band has been voted British Bandsman CD of the Year.
     
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