This request actually came from some bands to the contest organiser some weeks ago. I heard from the publisher that this had been agreed and did I have any objections. At least on this occassion the part swapping is above board but if it had been at the Nationals or Open I would have refused the...
Just in time for your Christmas concerts are a few sparkling arrangements:
Silent Night – a new Bb cornet solo including a beautiful obligato, written for Christopher Blaylock of the Longridge Band.
Available from www.studio-music.co.uk
Hark the Herald...
Championship Section: English Heritage
(George Lloyd) – published by R. Smith & Co.
1st Section: Moorside Suite (Gustav Holst) -
published by R. Smith & Co.
2nd Section: Kingdom of Dragons (Philip
Harper) – published by Harper Music
3rd Section: Labour and Love (Percy Fletcher) –...
Here are a few of my works:
A contest march named after the three headed hound that guards the gates of Hell.
Available from www.kirklessmusic.co.uk
Eb bass solo, something different from your usual repertoire. Recorded by Foden’s on the CD Ghost Train.
Must have taken you ages to come up with that, another well thought out thread, has this not already been done before mods?
As I have said before Mr Bernaerts knows his market, and the audience enjoys listening to his arrangements as they add something different to the programme from the...
Everybody has to learn their trade and a composer is no different. When I was a apprentice joiner I may have had visions of building a house but I had to start by learning how to handle the tools, saw a straight line,plane a piece of wood and hammer nails in straight.
If your music is to have...