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  • Victor Hely-Hutchinson

    A Carol Symphony (Complete)

    Victor Hely-Hutchinson is best known for his Carol Symphony, composed in 1927, from which the third movement was used for the title music of the 1943 Children's Hour and 1984 BBC children's television adaptation of John Masefield's The Box of...

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  • Victor Hely-Hutchinson

    A Carol Symphony, 1st Movement

    Victor Hely-Hutchinson is best known for his Carol Symphony, composed in 1927, from which the third movement was used for the title music of the 1943 Children's Hour and 1984 BBC children's television adaptation of John Masefield's The Box of...

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  • Victor Hely-Hutchinson

    A Carol Symphony, 4th Movement

    Victor Hely-Hutchinson is best known for his Carol Symphony, composed in 1927, from which the third movement was used for the title music of the 1943 Children's Hour and 1984 BBC children's television adaptation of John Masefield's The Box of...

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  • John Rutter

    A John Rutter Christmas I - Carols

    After arranging a number of John Rutter’s magnificent compositions for Concert/Wind Band, he invited me to create a medley of his most popular Christmas carols for band. I am pleased to present “A John Rutter Christmas” to the world...

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  • John Rutter

    A John Rutter Christmas II - Merry Christmas

      After arranging a number of John Rutter’s magnificent compositions for Concert/Wind Band, and following the success of "A John Rutter Christmas I", there was enough excellent material to warrant the creation of "A John Rutter Christmas...

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  • William Walton

    A Shakespeare Suite - Six Movements

      This music was composed in 1955 for the film "Richard III" and has been adapted for orchestral concert use by Muir Mathieson, and this Concert Band arrangement by Paul Noble. The orchestra version has been recorded on Columbia Records by the...

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  • Matthew Curtis

    Amsterdam Suite, 2nd Movement

    “The Amsterdam Suite, written in 1995 and first performed by the Slaithwaite Philharmonic Orchestra the following year, seeks to convey some impressions of a city I have visited several times. It opens with the waltz sequence Barrel...

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  • Philip Lane

    Aubade Joyeuse

    Aubade Joyeuse was originally scored for brass band and commissioned by the Three Choirs Festival in 1986 for performance in Gloucester Cathedral. It is in the form of an introduction and allegro and aims to give the impression of a quiet early...

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  • John Rutter

    Behold, Go Forth and Be Joyful!

    These three separate compositions have been adapted into one suite. The first movement, "Behold, the tabernacle of God", is to be performed with the trumpets and trombones placed in the rear or balcony of the concert hall. The effect is to...

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  • CARIAD

    Cariad, a Welsh word meaning 'true love', 'great love', is a composition by Welsh composer Gareth Glyn, featuring six folksongs based on the theme of love: Dacw Nghariad (There's my love); Bugeilio'r Gwenith Gwyn (Watching the White Wheat); Mae...

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  • John Fox

    Carol Fantasia

    Carol Fantasia was written for the BBC Radio Orchestra's regular Tuesday night BBC Radio 2 showcase programme. It features the following carols and Christmas hymns: God rest you merry, gentlemen, Away in a manger, The First Nowell, While shepherds...

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  • Philip Lane

    Celebration Overture

    Celebration Overture was composed in the summer of 1976 and was given first prize judged by William Alwyn whose film scores Philip Lane has worked on for commercial recordings in the last 10 years. It is truly a celebratory piece with a dramatic...

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