Faithful (Roger Trigg) was commissioned by Bandmaster Gavin Lamplough to help celebrate the Salvation Army Birmingham Citadel’s 125th anniversary in 2017. The original music is scored for brass band, SATB choir, and piano. It is also available for brass band alone.
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El Olam – Euphonium Solo
Written by Roger Trigg for euphonium soloist Micah Parsons in 2015, this solo is built around the melody “Yesterday, Today, Forever” by Ivor Bosanko.
Fáilte Salvation Army
Fáilte is the Irish word for “welcome”. This music was commissioned by Bandmaster John Moore of Belfast Citadel, and was written to commemorate the commencement of the Salvation Army’s work in Ireland.
Corry to Chicago
The Enfield Citadel Band announced on 6 September 2016 that its Bandmaster, Dr. Jonathan Corry, has relinquished his leadership of the band and will be taking up an appointment as Director of Music and Gospel Arts for the Chicago Metropolitan Division in the USA Central Territory. No successor was immediately named for the conductor’s post at Enfield.
An arrangement by Roger Trigg, written at the request of Bandmaster Ken Waterworth and the Melbourne Staff Band, of the contemporary Christian song of the same name made popular by Chris Tomlin.
Easter in Western Australia
On Easter weekend of 2014, the Melbourne Staff Band (Bandmaster Ken Waterworth) traveled to Western Australia, where the band participated in Good Friday services in Perth and Easter observances in Albany.
Strong to Save
Stirring music suitable for any military-related service, this work by Roger Trigg is based on the tune “Melita”, often referred to as the Navy Hymn.
Silent Night (trombone quartet)
An evocative arrangement of the well-loved tune which has been recorded by the world-renowned trombone quartet Bones Apart.
Trio Music Publishing Launched
Trio Music Publishing is a new venture bringing together the music of Dorothy Gates, David Catherwood and Roger Trigg.
Roger Trigg Music Now on the Web
Roger Trigg Music (www.rogertriggmusic.com) is the web site for music written by Roger Trigg, former corps bandmaster (Preston, Australia) and member of the both the Melbourne and New York Staff Bands.