This festive number sees an original theme from the pen of Gavin Somerset interspersed with festive favorites that seem to appear in an unfamiliar manner.
This Irving Berlin hit from the musical Annie Get Your Gun, arranged by Martyn Patterson, is the perfect way for two argumentative instrumentalists to battle it out on stage and provide your audience with the ultimate in entertainment.
A showcase arrangement of a modern classic featuring all sections of the band and giving the soloists a chance to shine.
The song from the well-loved musical arranged as a soprano cornet solo by Andi Cook.
Expertly arranged by Iain McKnight, this work features The Overture, And All that Jazz, Nowadays and Hot Honey Rag from the 1975 musical by Fred Ebb with lyrics by John Kander.
Another in Pennine Music’s series of war-themed releases, this item features three of the most well-known wartime songs in a foot-tapping arrangement.
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,
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.
Music inspired by the well-known poem which begins with the words, “In Flanders fields the poppies blow, Between the crosses, row on row,” honoring those who fell in the Great War.
The overture from the epic 1969 war film, The Battle of Britain, arranged by Gavin Somerset.