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Anthems and Occasions - A4 Large Format - Bb Solo Cornet

Anthems and Occasions - A4 Large Format - Bb Solo Cornet

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The Anthems and Occasions arrangements are designed to be used from four players upwards. Apart from the melody and bass, to which the allocation of parts is obvious, the 2nd and 3rd comet, solo and 1st horn adhere to the alto part; similarly the 2nd horn and 1st baritone to the tenor part (Lest this should appear to leave the tenor line weak, it should be noted that in the main this is strengthened by baritone and tenor trombone in such a way as to ensure the balance of alto and tenor lines with a normal complement). The euphonium is independent but usually doubles either the melody or the bass.

It will be seen that the correct choice of instruments, e.g. solo cornet, 1st and 2nd horn, Eb. bass will provide a four - part balance. Apart from plain utility, imaginative conductors will realise the potentiality of contrasted groups which will rest sections of the band in longer items and also provide changes of tone colour.

Contents :


01. God Save the Queen (Britain) 16th or 17th Century
02. Land of my Fathers (Wales) James James
03. The Flower of Scotland (Scotland) Roy Williams
04. La Marseillaise (France) Claude-Joseph Rouget de Lisle
05. Deutschlandlied (Germany) Joseph Haydn
06. Willhelmus van Nassouwe (Netherlands) Adrian Valerius
07. Schweizer Psalm (Switzerland) Father Alberig Zwyssig
08. The Star-Spangled Banner (USA) John Stafford Smith
09. Oh Canada! (Canada) Calixa Lavalle
10. Ja, vi Elsker Dette Landet (Norway) Richard Nordraak
11. De er et Yndigt Land (Denmark) Hans Ernst Krøver
12. Advance Australia Fair (Australia) Peter Dodds McCormick
13. God Defend New Zealand (New Zealand) John J. Woods
14. The Londonderry Air Traditional
15. How Great Thou Art Stuart Hine


16. Bridal Chorus (Here Comes the Bride) from ‘Lohengrin’ by Richard Wagner
17. Trumpet Voluntary ‘Prince of Demark’s March’ by Jeremiah Clarke
18. See, The Conquering Hero Comes from Judas Maccabaeus’ by George Frederick Handel
19. Prelude from Te Deum by Marc-Antoine Charpentier
20. Arrival of the Queen of Sheba from ‘Solomon’ by George Frederick Handel
21. Ave Maria by Franz Schubert
22. Pachelbel’s Canon by Johann Pachelbel
23. Panis Angelicus by Cesar Frank
24. Bach Air in D by Johann Sebastian Bach from ‘Suite No.3 in D’
25. Ode to Joy by Ludwig van Beethoven from ‘Symphony No. 9 - the Choral’
26. Wedding March from ‘A Midsummer Nights Dream by Ludwig van Beethoven’
27. La Rejouissance from Music for the Royal Fireworks by George Frederick Handel
28. Alla Hornpipe from the ‘Water Music’ George Frederick Handel
29. Hallelujah Chorus from the Messiah’ George Frederick Handel


30. Albinoni’s Adagio by Tomas Giovanni Albinoni
31. Amazing Grace - Traditional
32. Ave Verum Corpus by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
33. Largo from the ‘New World Symphony by Antonin Dvorak
34. Nimrod .from the ‘Enigma Variations’ by Edward Elgar
35. Lord of all Hopefulness (Slane) – Irish Traditional
36. Abide with Me (Eventide) by William Monk
37. The Day Thou Gayest (St. Clement) by Clement Schofield
38. (a) The Last Post, (b) Reveille, (c) The Rouse,(d) Taps (U.S.)
39, Dear Lord and Father of Mankind (Repton) by Hubert Parry


40. Auld Lang Syne - Traditional
41. We Wish You a Merry Christmas - Traditional
42. Jingle Bells by James Lord Pierpont
43. Joy to the World by George Frederick Handel


44. Land of Hope and Glory from ‘Pomp & Circumstance No. 1 by Edward Elgar
45. Jerusalem by Hubert Parry
46. I Vow to Thee My Country (Thaxted) – Gustav Holst
47. Rule Britannia - Traditional
48. Sailor’s Hornpipe – Traditional


49. Congratulations by Bill Martin and Phil Coulter
50. Happy Birthday by Mildred and Patty Hill

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