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flashbarry
23.05.2004, 17:04
Recent Publications from Studio music, suitable for all bands!!

Penny Lane

The Lennon and McCartney classic faithfully arranged, give your sop a chance to shine!

Something

Quality arrangement featuring several soloists around the band.

St Clements

A beautiful setting of this popular hymn tune, not a fanfare in sight! :lol:

Old Hundreth

All People That On Earth Do Dwell in a majestic arrangement.

Both recorded by Faireys on Hymns Ancient and Modern.

sales@studiomusic.co.uk

Moy
24.05.2004, 01:30
Oooooooooooooooooooo...has "Something" got nice bits for the horn then Darrol?
Oops sorry or should I say Mr Barry :wink:

Naomi McFadyen
24.05.2004, 10:53
Penny Lane

The Lennon and McCartney classic faithfully arranged, give your sop a chance to shine!

I have one thing to say about this arrangment...

I LOVE it! :D :lol:
Buy it!!!

We played it at a brass workshop the SWBBA organise each year... Goff leds it and then there are 2 guess conductors... (Had Richard Evans and Brian Howard this year)... Played Penny Lane through (Richard conducting) and it went down a hoot! 116(ish) brass and me on drums...

;-)

Dave Payn
24.05.2004, 11:52
Recent Publications from Studio music, suitable for all bands!!

Penny Lane

The Lennon and McCartney classic faithfully arranged, give your sop a chance to shine!

Something

Quality arrangement featuring several soloists around the band.

St Clements

A beautiful setting of this popular hymn tune, not a fanfare in sight! :lol:

Old Hundreth

All People That On Earth Do Dwell in a majestic arrangement.

Both recorded by Faireys on Hymns Ancient and Modern.

sales@studiomusic.co.uk

Haven't tried the latter two but can thoroughly recommend the Beatles numbers! Particularly Penny Lane where sop players get to play the famous piccolo trumpet solo!

HBB
24.05.2004, 11:53
Penny Lane

The Lennon and McCartney classic faithfully arranged, give your sop a chance to shine!

I have one thing to say about this arrangment...

I LOVE it! :D :lol:
Buy it!!!

We played it at a brass workshop the SWBBA organise each year... Goff leds it and then there are 2 guess conductors... (Had Richard Evans and Brian Howard this year)... Played Penny Lane through (Richard conducting) and it went down a hoot! 116(ish) brass and me on drums...

;-)

I bet the drums were still too loud! :lol: :roll:

flashbarry
25.05.2004, 18:58
Oooooooooooooooooooo...has "Something" got nice bits for the horn then Darrol?

The euphs and barits have the tune, then the up tempo part, next is a cornet solo followed by a duet for solo horn and 1st baritone.

Buy it - you know you want to 8)