The London Central Fellowship Band (Bandmaster David Rudd) launched their latest recording with a concert at Regent Hall on 17 November 2018. Just under 300 people were in attendance for a fantastic night of music-making, raising funds for the Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) Charity. All of the profits realized by Citadel Promotions, the producers, will benefit the hospital charity, leading to the title of the recording, Brass for GOSH.
Red Shield Brass Band First Recording
The Red Shield Brass Band (Conductor Dr. Jonathan Corry) has made its first recording, due for release soon. Entitled Spero per Musica (Hope through Music), the recording programmatically mirrors the essence of the Band – bringing hope to those less fortunate within Chicago through music.
Recorded Piano Tracks for Salvation Army Tune Book
The UK Territory Music and Creative Arts Department and World of Sound have been working hard over the last couple of years to provide recorded piano accompaniments for all of the tunes in the Salvation Army Tune Book. These recordings were released at the recent UK Territorial Congress and are now available for purchase.
This is the second solo recording by Tom Hutchinson accompanied by the Cory Band, where he is the principal cornet.
The Heaton Collection Volume 6
This is the sixth in the series of recordings featuring the catalog of works by Wilfred Heaton. Featuring the Black Dyke Band conducted by Professor Nicholas Childs.
Regionals 2019 Recording
This recording features the five test pieces used for the British Regionals contests in 2019. Each is recorded by one of the premier brass bands, including Desford, Cory, Virtuosi GUS, Black Dyke, and Foden’s.
The Sounding Joy (La Son de la Joie)
The 2018 edition of the Canada and Bermuda Territory’s Christmas compilation, featuring performers from around the Territory.
Celebrate! 50 Years of the Flowers Band
Anniversary recording from the Flowers Band, principal conductor David Childs.
Christmas Collection is a newly revised carol book with original, additional, and rearranged carols from New Christmas Praise as well as ten extended pieces. This recording features some of the available carols, performed by the International Staff Band and Black Dyke Band.
For the World
Latest recording from the Household Troops Band, conducted by Bandmaster Carl Saunders.