Monthly Archives: April 2014

Cobb and King's Singers Featured in Sage Event

After many months of prayer, planning and preparations, “The Sage Event”, hosted by Sunderland Millfield Corps at Sage Gateshead, on 22 March 2014, was a great success. Special guests were the King's Singers and Philip Cobb, principal trumpet of the London Symphony Orchestra.  Read more

Easter Morning!

Easter Morning! is a bright, optimistic march-style piece from the pen of Andrew R. Mackereth, with instrumentation flexible enough to be played by both large and small bands.  Read more

Journey - Misa Mead

This is the stunning debut recording from Misa Mead (née Akahoshi), capturing her superb musicianship and control.  Read more

Hedgrens to Lead Florida Music Initiative

Commissioners Steve and Judy Hedgren, USA Southern Territorial Senior Consultants, have relocated to Florida where they will chair a new initiative to open schools of performing arts and music conservatories in many of the corps in the division.  Read more


Originally composed for string orchestra, harp and organ, Edward Elgar’s adagio written shortly before the outbreak of World War I has been arranged for brass band by Max Stannard,  Read more

Evening Hymn and Sunset

Combining the hymn tune “St. Clement”, known more popularly as “The Day Thou Gavest”, and the Sunset bugle call, this was arranged by Max Stannard for the University of Lancaster’s performance at UniBrass 2014.  Read more