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Songs from the North (Print)
Songs from the North was originally commissioned by the Park Lane Group and composed by Edward McGuire for John Wallace on the occasion of his 65th birthday. The piece offers a mesmerising, delicate and playful collection of 5 songs for voice (soprano) and brass - each song adding an additional layer of brass sound, building towards the final movement which combines soprano voice with a full brass quintet. Provided with full score and parts for solo soprano voice, trumpet, F horn, trombone and tuba.
The Flannan Isle (Print)
The Flannan Isle is an original work for solo soprano (voice), three trumpets, organ and soprano voices. Composed by John Wallace, it pulls on the legendary mystery of the missing lighthouse men, encapsulated through the words of the poem Flannan Isle by Wilfrid Wilson Gibson. Provided with full score and parts for soprano voice (in English), 3 x trumpets (in both trumpet in C and Bb), organ and chorus.
An t-Eilean (The Island) (Print)
An t-Eilean (The Island) has been composed by John Wallace for voice (mezzo-soprano), trumpet and keyboard. Inspired by his passion for the island of Skye and his daughter, Esme, who has made her life there, John has created this hauntingly beautiful piece, "spinning a musical tapestry through the monumental Gaelic poetry of Sorley Maclean". Provided with full score and parts for voice (in Scottish Gaelic and English) and trumpet (in both trumpet in C and Bb).
Goodbye, Sweetheart, Goodbye (Print)
Goodbye, Sweetheart, Goodbye is an intricate solo by Alexander Owen which uses the traditional form of an 'air varie' - originally made popular in the 19th century. Provided in print format with solo part (for Bb instruments) and separate piano accompaniment. The whole work is also featured on our 2020 album release - The Golden Age of the 19th Century Brass Virtuoso.
O Ruddier Than The Cherry (Print)
O Ruddier Than The Cherry was originally written by G F Handel and later arranged for the widely reputed ophicleidist, Samuel Hughes. This edition, has been carefully re-crafted by Anthony George, with scoring to widen its appeal further to euphonium and baritone players. Provided in printed format for solo part (euphonium/baritone and ophicleide) and piano accompaniment. Also available as a featured track on our 2020 album release - The Golden Age of the 19th Century Brass Virtuoso.
The Watch On The Rhine (Print)
[PRINT VERSION] The Watch on the Rhine is one of John Hartmann's lesser known solos (in the traditional Air Varie format), and described by John Wallace as "a real beauty". Provided in print format with solo part (for Bb instruments) and separate piano accompaniment. The whole work is also featured on our 2020 album release - The Golden Age of the 19th Century Brass Virtuoso.