The "Prelude and Fugue" (The Spitfire) by William Walton represents the first in a series of Concert Band arrangements by Paul Noble under a License Agreement with Oxford University Press. The music,
This arrangement is compatible with the published vocal score and can be performed with or without chorus. The choral parts are included in the score for reference, but are not a part of the set.
This work displays another of John Rutter's gorgeous melodies and is a profoundly moving piece. The arrangement is written for concert band and chorus but may be performed by concert band alone. The choral
This piece was written as a final encore at Christmas concerts when the audience simply refused to go home! This arrangement includes the choral part in the score for reference, but not as part of the set.
This beautiful and unique arrangement of the familiar hymn quotes briefly from Handel's "Messiah," which gives a dramatic freshness to the piece known the world over. The arrangement is written and intended
This familiar Easter hymn is introduced with a chorale prelude of fanfare, power, and delicacy, typical of John Rutter's magnificent compositions. Arranged for combined chorus and wind band, the piece may