Band Music

Winter 2020

New Popular Arrangements

A moving arrangement of the Phil Collins hit Against All Odds is now available which is relatively easy to play. It was originally recorded in the 1984 film of the same name.

Another Day In Paradise was a 1989 hit for Phil Collins which has now been arranged for Brass Band with optional Vibraphone and Timpani parts. Why not have a listen?

Probably best remembered for its video, I want to break free was a memorable 1984 hit for Queen written by John Deacon.

Who wants to live forever is one of our favourite Queen arrangements which is very atmospheric but not difficult to perform. The vibraphone part can be played on Glockenspiel or omitted. This song was a hit in 1980 and was composed by Brian May.

An exciting arrangement of Oh, what a night! is now available which is relatively easy to play. This was a 1975 hit for the Four seasons.

New Solos

Spanish Flea is a great solo for Soprano cornet made famous by Herb Alpert and Tijuana Brass. An alternative Bb soloist part is included suitable for trumpet.

Another new solo for Soprano Cornet is Easter Hymn from Cavalleria Rusticana which is usually performed with passion and traditional rallentandos and accelerandos from the opera. An alternative Bb soloist part is included - with a super E as the highest note!

New Music

Our range of original music and arrangements continues to grow

Sosban FachInspired by a classic brass band title of the same name which for many failed to capture the essence of the original lyrics or those associated with Welsh rugby. A dramatic and in places demanding piece of music.

From the opera La Source, Scarf Dance written by Delibes has been arranged for Brass Band. As the title suggests this is quite a dramatic piece of music!

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