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Hardraw Scar

News 11.09.2017, 17:10

Although it sounds like the title for a film about pirates, Hardraw Scar is one of the most beautiful venues I have ever played in. I'm really looking forward to playing in the entertainment contest there on Sunday 10th. Just have to hope the weather keeps off. The weathermen have said it's probably going to rain but I live in hope! [UPDATE 11/9/17] Well, we came, we saw, we kicked butt! Old Hall Brass scooped the Best March category, 2nd place in the  entertainment category and 2nd place ...

 

Problems, problems!

News 05.09.2017, 18:07

Just an update. I have added my orchestral pieces to the shop now, but I have had a few issues with the transfer of the mp3s. This means I have had to upload new files and, while I was at it, I uploaded new pdfs as well. Hopefully I've caught any silliness that may have been going on.

 

Four Flutes Flowing

News 04.09.2017, 21:10

In case any of you flautists are feeling neglected by not having parts in the madrigals, how about a brand new, original piece of music for flute quartet. Four Flutes Flowing was written for Sue Pamp and her quartet of C Flutes.  It started off a s just a simple piece, but soon grew into a three movement work around the idea of the flow of life, the connecting idea is a short alternating figure which features prominently in all three movements. 1. Spring: This movement depicts the birds and ...

 

Book 6 is completed!

News 31.08.2017, 08:33

I have managed to finish and upload book 6! It is taking a long time to upload individual songs so I have not yet uploaded all of the completed sets. I have uploaded the complete books 1-6 , but only book 2, book 6 and numbers 1 to 8 of book 1 are there as individual songs. They have the same orchestration as the complete books and give you more freedom to choose the songs that you want. At between $2.99 and $6,99 they are very reasonably priced for any brass or woodwind ensemble and make great ...

 

Monteverdi Madrigals for Brass

News 15.08.2017, 11:12

This is a huge undertaking and will be an ongoing project for some time. I am currently transcribing the whole 8 books of Monteverdi's madrigals for flexible quintet. The parts are described as Part 1 in Bb, Part 2 in Bb, Part 3 in Eb/F, Part 4 in Bb/C(Bass clef), Part 5 in Eb/Bb/C(Bass clef) and are suitable for wind, brass or a combination of both. In most cases, treble clef parts are not provided for flutes, as the ranges of some of the songs are a little too wide for them at the bottom end. However, ...

 
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