Whit Marches Special Offer

Discussion in 'Sponsor Announcements' started by Pennine Music Publishing, Apr 21, 2008.

  1. Pennine Music Publishing

    Pennine Music Publishing Member

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    With the Whit Marches just under a month away, Pennine Music Publishing are offering a special offer on all our marches. Every march in our catalogue is available for just £15.00 - FULL SCORE & PARTS...

    Including a new release & one of the top 5 entries as voted for by you in the Tmp March Competition...


    Mallyan
    By Alan Beaumont

    Mallyan is an area in Gaothland (Heartbeat Country) and at the bottom of a lovely walk is a 70ft waterfall called Mallyan Fall. This is a standard 6/8 march with a bass solo in 2/4 time.

    Full Score & parts: £15.00
    Direct Link - http://www.penninemusic.com/show_score_details.php?id=104&tf=M4.rtf


    T’Imperatorius
    By Mike Lyons

    A march composed especially for the “TMP March Composition” where it reached within the top 5 of the voters and judging panel. The march starts with an introduction by the percussion. Then follows a standard march format – Intro, Bass solo, Trio, and D.C al Fine.

    Full score & parts: £15.00
    Direct Link - http://www.penninemusic.com/show_score_details.php?id=60&tf=T2.rtf


    The Leadpipe
    By William Elsom

    A great typical British style Brass Band March. Composed for the The Mouthpiece March Competition. The title comes from the fact, that as we all know, A mouthpiece fits in a leadpipe!

    Full score & parts: £15.00
    Direct Link - http://www.penninemusic.com/show_score_details.php?id=82&tf=P5.rtf


    Fulham Bricklayers’ March
    By William Elsom

    A march composed in a standard format with DC al fine. Dedicated by the composer to the Fulham Brass Band.

    Full score & parts: £15.00
    Direct Link - http://www.penninemusic.com/show_score_details.php?id=43&tf=F4.rtf


    Northwold
    By William Elsom

    Sub-titled “The ELB March” as it was composed for the East London Brass band, this is a nice catchy march, ideal for the opening of a concert or 2nd half opener to a concert.

    Full score & parts: £15.00
    Direct Link - http://www.penninemusic.com/show_score_details.php?id=45&tf=N3.rtf


    The Pitmen
    By Alan Beaumont

    This rousing march, perfect for the start of any concert was composed for the Bearpark & Esh Colliery band and dedicated to the Miners of the North East. Written in traditional brass band march style with a 6/8 trio and bass solo, this is sure to make the listener sit up and listen.

    Full score & parts: £15.00
    Direct Link - http://www.penninemusic.com/show_score_details.php?id=7&tf=P1.rtf



    For more details on these pieces and to see/hear these new releases as well as the rest of our catalogue, please visit our web-site at http://www.penninemusic.com where you can order online or e-mail to sales@penninemusic.com, or ring us on 0785 251 9763

     
  2. Thirteen Ball

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    :clap:

    Nice one Gav. Maybe a few less folk playing Ravenswood this year!
     
  3. Bayerd

    Bayerd Active Member

    Oh I don't know, we're out on it this year.

    :biggrin:
     
  4. Pennine Music Publishing

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    Whilst Ravenswood will always be a classic, its nice to hear some new ones occasionally.
     
  5. Thirteen Ball

    Thirteen Ball Active Member

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    Oh, not dissing ravenswood by any stretch of the imagination.

    It's just when we were out last year, I must've heard it fifteen times! (And we only did 6 contests....)
     
  6. Pennine Music Publishing

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    And 15 different versions ;-)
     
  7. Thirteen Ball

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    60 different speeds of semiquavers in the bass solo.... ;)
     
  8. STUART HAIGH

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    Yes Im fed up of hearing Ravenswood and the dreaded Cossack, makes you want to throw the instrument over a wall.:mad:
     
  9. Pennine Music Publishing

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    Just make sure that no gentlemen are using that wall for any other purposes ;-) (we've all seen Brassed Off!)
     
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