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Emphasis is given here to original works for brass band. Titles in italics are arrangements. Any submissions of information about the music of a particular composer, or notes about specific pieces will be more than welcome. Please email details to me: gavin@ibew.co.uk

See also Salvation Army Brass Band Composers - (Excel spreadsheet by Willi Erzberger)

See also People for individual composers not listed below.


Aagaard-Nilsen, Torstein
  • Abstractions
  • Arctic Funk
  • Awakening
  • Binding of the Wolf, The
  • Circius
  • Concerto for Bb Cornet and Brass Band
  • Dynamis (Missa Sophia)
  • E Spenstig
  • Elegy & March
  • Entrada (Introduction no. 2)
  • Euphonium Concerto
  • Fever Fantasy
  • Introduction and Punk
  • Lokk from the Green Island
  • Meditasjon
  • Mosquito
  • New Waves
  • Nocturne
  • North Norwegian Fantasy, A
  • Norwegian Dance
  • PANG - Introduction no.4
  • Riffs and Interludes
  • Seid
  • Solsongen
  • T-Rex!
  • Alford, Kenneth
    1881-1945

    Pseudonym of
    Major J. F. Ricketts
  • Army Of The Nile
  • By Land And Sea
  • Cavalry Of The Clouds
  • Colonel Bogey
  • Dunedin
  • Eagle Squadron
  • Great Little Army, The
  • H.M.Jollies
  • Holyrood
  • Mad Major, The
  • Middy, The
  • Old Panama
  • On The Quarterdeck
  • Standard Of St. George
  • Thin Red Line, The
  • Vanished Army, The
  • Vedette, The
  • Voice Of The Guns
  • Allan, George
    1864-1930
  • Battle Abbey
  • Bravura
  • Diomed
  • Diplomat, The
  • Imperioso
  • Impetus
  • Jupiter
  • Knight Templar
  • Lefebvre
  • Raby
  • Senator
  • Shawville
  • Wizard, The
  • Althouse, Monroe
    1853-1924
    Born in 1853 in Centre Township, PA, Althouse began his musical career in Reading in the 1870s. He played violin, cornet and trombone with numerous local orchestras and bands. Before the turn of the 20th century, he met and became friends with John Philip Sousa, America's March King. Althouse was director of the Ringgold Band from 1901 to 1923 and composed approximately 150 marches, waltzes, and polkas during his lifetime. He is credited with having contributed greatly to the band's popularity. He frequently wrote a march to commemorate a specific event, organization, or person in the Berks County, PA area, eventually earning the respected title of "Reading's March King."

  • Always on the Road
  • American Legion
  • Amor Patriae
  • Carry On
  • Cosmos
  • Favorite
  • Friendship
  • Galen Hall
  • Holiday
  • Hugh DePaynes Commandery
  • Imperator
  • In Algeria
  • International Aviator
  • Lulu
  • Majestic
  • Montezuma
  • Nemo
  • Old Berks
  • 175th Anniversary
  • Oneida
  • Overland
  • Pathfinder
  • Premier
  • Primrose
  • R. H. Co.
  • Rajah
  • Rajah Sunshine
  • Regimental
  • Romance
  • Simplicity
  • Tall Cedars
  • Third Brigade
  • Vacation Days
  • V.F.W.
  • Alwyn, William
    1905-1985
    Born in Northampton on 7 November, he studied at the Royal Academy of Music, later becoming Professor of Composition. He is mainly known for his scores for films.

  • The Moor of Venice - Overture for Brass Band
  • Arnold, Malcolm
    1921-
    Born in Northampton on October 21, he studied at the Royal College of Music and filled several principal trumpet roles with major orchestras in the 1940s. He became a full time composer in 1954.

  • Fantasy For Brass Band
  • Little Suite No 1 For Brass Band
  • Little Suite No 2 For Brass Band
  • Little Suite No 3 For Brass Band
  • March, The Padstow Lifeboat
  • Quintet for Brass
  • Symphony For Brass
  • Symphony for Brass Instruments op.123
  • Ashmore, D 
    Ashpole, Alfred
    1892-1990
    Studied at the Guildhall School with the likes of Denis Wright and James Ord Hume.

  • Hinchingbrooke (Suite)
  • Rivals, The
  • Suite Ancienne
  • Badings, Henk
  • Ciacona Seria
  • Balissat, Jean
  • 2nd Sinfonietta for Band
  • Le Chant de l'Alpe
  • Ball, Eric
  • American Sketches
  • Call of the Sea
  • Challenge and Response
  • Challenge, The
  • Clear Skies
  • Conchita
  • Constant Trust
  • Cornish Festival
  • Contest Day
  • Devon Fantasy
  • Divertimento
  • English Maiden
  • Eternal Presence, The
  • Exodus
  • Festival Music
  • Festival Prelude
  • First Rhapsody on Negro Spirituals
  • Four Preludes
  • Free Fantasia
  • Glory to His Name
  • High Peak
  • Hold Thou My Hand
  • In Switzerland
  • Indian Summer
  • Journey into Freedom
  • Kensington Concerto
  • King of Kings
  • Kingdom Triumphant
  • Main Street
  • Morning Rhapsody
  • Never Give Up
  • October Festival
  • Old Wells, The
  • Petit Suite de Ballet
  • Princess and the Poet
  • Quid Pro Quo
  • Resurgam
  • Rhapsody on American Gospel Songs
  • Rhapsody on Negro Spirituals
  • Rosslyn
  • Salute to Freedom
  • Sanctuary
  • Second Rhapsody on Negro Spirituals
  • September Fantasy
  • Serenity
  • Sinfonietta The Wayfarer
  • Song of Courage
  • Songs in Exile
  • Songs of the Morning
  • Spring Humoreske
  • Star Lake
  • Sunset Rhapsody
  • Swiss Melodies
  • Thanksgiving
  • Three Songs Without Words
  • Torch of Freedom
  • Torchbearers
  • Tournament for Brass
  • Undaunted, The
  • Ball, Michael
    1946-
  • Cambrian Suite, A
  • Ceremony (2000)
  • Chaucer's Tunes (1993)
  • Cortège (1992)
  • English Suite, An (1999)
  • Euphonium Concerto
  • Frontier (1984)
  • Midsummer Music (1991)
  • Whitsun Wakes (1997)
  • Bantock, Granville
    1868-1946
  • Festival March
  • Frogs of Aristophanes
  • King Lear
  • Kubla Khan
  • Land of the Ever-Young
  • Orion
  • Prometheus Unbound
  • Darrol Barry
  • Diamond Heritage
  • Festivo
  • Jubilate
  • Pennine Moors
  • Portrait of a City
  • Salford Sinfonietta
  • Bath, Hubert
    1883-1945
    Remembered outside brass band circles for his film music, he adjudicated band contests and conducted the St Hilda's Band with whom he made recordings

  • Freedom
  • Honour and Glory
  • Bearcroft, Norman
  • Better World
  • Golden Slippers
  • Great Adventure, The
  • Harbour Light
  • Locomotion
  • Song of Exultation
  • Sounds of Britain
  • Temple 85
  • Timepiece
  • Beaver, Jack
    1900-1963
    Educated at the Royal Academy of Music he is mainly known for the background music he wrote for feature films and documentaries starting with silent films and writing his first talking picture score in 1932. He was resident composer with Gaumont British Pictures from 1934 and scored many radio adaptations of films and in 1946 became musical director of the series Picture Parade.

  • Sovereign Heritage
  • Bedford, David
    1937-
  • Requiem
  • Bingham, Judith
  • Brazil
  • Four Minute Mile
  • Prague
  • Stars Above, the Earth Below, The
  • These are our Footsteps
  • Birtwistle, Harrison
  • Grimethorpe Aria
  • Salford toccata
  • Blake, Howard
  • Fusions
  • Bliss, Arthur
  • Belmont Variations
  • Kenilworth
  • Bloomfield, Dwayne
  • Behold the Narrows from the Hill
  • Epiphany - commissioned by the NZ National Band
  • Fernleaf Headstones - Slow march of the New Zealand Unknown Warrior
  • Seven Wonders
  • To The Sky - written for the Richard Pearce centennial celebrations
  • Passiondaele October 12th 1917
  • Boedihn, Gerrard
  • Sinfonie Concertante
  • Bourgeois, Derek
  • Apocalypse
  • Blitz
  • Bone Idyll
  • Concerto Grosso
  • Concerto no.1 for Brass Band
  • Concerto no.2 for Brass Band
  • Devil & the Deep Blue Sea
  • Diversions for Band
  • Downfall of Lucifer
  • Forest of Dean
  • Serenade
  • Sonata for Trombone and Band
  • Sun Life Fanfare
  • Trombone Concerto
  • Bowen, Brian
  • Day of the Spiritual, The
  • Euphonium Music
  • My Comfort and Strength
  • Noble Trombone, The
  • Sursum Corda
  • Warriors, The
  • Bowes, Ray
  • Prodigal, The
  • Rhapsody for Cornet and Band
  • Song of Triumph
  • Brian, Havergal
  • Battle Song
  • Bridger, Donald
  • Merry Monarch, The
  • Broadbent, Derek
  • British Bandsman
  • Centaur
  • Cornets A-go-go
  • Muhledorf March
  • On Stage
  • Toccata in Rock
  • Vectis Isle
  • Broadstock, Brenton
  • Born to Battle
  • Cross on a Hill, The
  • Rhapsody on St Aelred
  • Rutherford Variations
  • Vision of the Lost
  • Winds of Change
  • Broughton, Bruce
  • Covenant
  • Harlequin
  • My Refuge
  • Bryce, Frank
  • Cock o the North
  • Lucky For Some
  • Polly Wolly Doodling
  • Rondoletto for Two Euphoniums
  • Bulla, Stephen
  • Air 'n' Variations
  • Blessed Assurance
  • Chorale & Toccata
  • Christmas Suite
  • Cindary Noel
  • Concertante
  • Concertante for Trombone
  • Crossroads
  • Festive Prelude
  • Firestorm
  • Heavenbound
  • Lowell Anniversary
  • Peace Like a River
  • Praise Him!
  • Rhapsody for Bass Trombone
  • Rhapsody for Hannukah
  • Spiritual to the Bone
  • Suite for Brass
  • Symphonette
  • Tangents For Brass
  • Western Overture
  • Butterworth, Arthur
  • Caliban
  • Maoriana
  • Passacaglia on a Theme of Brahms
  • Solent Forts
  • Three Impressions for Brass
  • Variations & Fugue on a Theme of Handel op.24
  • Calvert, Morley
  • Canadian Folk Song Suite
  • Festive Season, The
  • For Our Transgressions
  • Introduction, Elegy and Caprice
  • My All is on the Altar
  • Carpenter, Gary
  • Chi
  • Fantasy on themes from China Song
  • Carr, John
    1904-1981
    John Carr was also one of the most acclaimed adjudicators of his time. He was from County Durham, and started as a silent movie pianist in the village of Crook. He worked in both cinemas in the town which would show the same film on the same night. Luckily for him it was the cinema at the top of the steep hill which would show the film first. The piece Bramwyn has a very particular story to its naming. He'd written the march and had no idea whatsoever what to call it. One morning he was woken from a nightmare by a house guest of his by the name of Wynn Derrick. His nightmare had been that a house was burning down and his two friends were in the house, and he was shouting their names, which were Bram and Wynn Derrick, after calming down he said to Wynn well that is what I will call the march. If you listen to the marches you'll notice that bars 3&4 of Glemdene, are bars 1&2 of Bramwyn. He also wrote a contest piece about his four Granddaughters which was called "Four Little Maids" the first movement of which was called Miss Serious (Susan). Miss Serious is my Mam."

    Thanks to Guy William Stoker, John Carr's great-grandson (guywilliamstoker@yahoo.co.uk) for the above information.

  • Bramwyn
  • Four Little Maids
  • Gentleman Jim (written for Jim Shepherd)
  • Glemdene
  • The Seasons
  • The Gay Delavals
  • Two of the Tops
  • Carse, Adam
  • Three Characteristic Pieces
  • Three English Pictures
  • Catelinet, Philip
    1910-1995
    Philip Catelinet was a tuba player who gave the premiere of the Vaughan Williams Tuba Concerto, which was dedicated to him. He arranged and composed music for Salvation Army bands and for mainstream brass bands.

  • Days of Youth
  • Isle of Avalon
  • Our American Cousins
  • Three Sketches for Brass Band
  • Three Brass Band Studies
  • Clarke, Nigel
  • Atlantic Toccata (1993)
  • The City in the Sea - Euphonium Concerto - (1995)
  • The Pendle Witches (1996)
  • Gwennan Gorn (1997))
  • Swift Severn's Flood (2009)
  • Earthrise (2010)
  • When Worlds Collide (2011)
  • Mysteries of the Horizon - Cornet Concerto - (2012)
  • Code, Percy
  • At Dawn (Reverie)
  • At Sunset (Serenade)
  • Lucille (Caprice)
  • 'Neath austral skies (Brilliante)
  • Prelude de concert Miranda (Brillante)
  • Valse Caprice (Caprice)
  • Wendouree (Romance)
  • Zanette (Caprice)
  • Zelda (Caprice)
  • Coles, Bramwell Composer of some of the Salvation Army's finest marches

  • Bravest Of The Brave
  • Departed Heroes
  • Hill of Calvary
  • Liberator
  • Salute To America
  • Under Two Flags
  • Victors Acclaimed
  • In the Firing Line
  • The Flag of Freedom
  • Man of Sorrows
  • The Divine Pursuit
  • Treasures from Tchaikovsky
  • Condon, Leslie
  • Blyth Heritage
  • Call Of The Righteous
  • Celebration
  • Celestial Morn
  • City of Three Spires, The
  • Easter Glory
  • Exeter Temple
  • Fairfield Fantasia
  • Faith Reborn
  • Festivity
  • Gift for His Altar
  • In Wonder Beholding
  • Peace of Heart
  • Present Age, The
  • Radiant Pathway
  • Song of Exuberance
  • Song of the Eternal
  • Sounds of Singing
  • Universal Message
  • Cook, Kenneth
  • Thanet Seascapes
  • Cundell, Eric
  • Blackfriars
  • Curnow, James
  • Appalachian Mountain Folk Song Suite
  • Blenheim Flourishes
  • Canticles
  • Christmas Triptych
  • Concertpiece for Cornet
  • Depth of His Love, The
  • Esprit
  • Fanfare & Flourishes
  • JFK: In Memoriam
  • Jubilation
  • Laude
  • Legend In Brass
  • Masquerade for Brass
  • Prelude & celebration
  • Prelude on a Hymn of Praise
  • Psalm of Praise
  • Rhapsody for Euphonium
  • River City Suite
  • Trittico
  • Dalby, Martin
     
    De Haan, Jacob
  • Oregon - Fantasy for Brass Band
  • Dewhurst, Robin
  • Mozart Mirrors (Suite) - Allegro Music, 2012
  • Portraits - Radical Music, 2012
  • Groove From The Joint - Radical Music, 2012
  • Hymns and Arias (Suite) - Allegro Music, 2011
  • Guards in Action - Radical Music, 2010
  • Let It Be - McCartney, Paul,arr. Dewhurst - Radical Music, 2010
  • Carnival Variations (Suite) - Allegro Music, 2009
  • Coming Home - WoodBrass, 2009
  • Fecit Potentiam - Monteverdi, Claudio, arr. Dewhurst - Allegro Music, 2009
  • Evening Hymn - Chevron, 2009
  • Mambo, To Go! - WoodBrass,2009
  • The Battle - Per Mare Per Terram - Chevron, 2009
  • Wives and Lovers - Bacharach, Burt, arr. Dewhurst - Allegro Music, 2009
  • Libiamo - Verdi, Guiseppe, arr. Dewhurst - Allegro Music, 2009
  • L'Inverno - Vivaldi, Antonio, arr. Dewhurst - Allegro Music, 2009
  • Magnificat, Et Exulta - Monteverdi, Claudio, arr. Dewhurst - Allegro Music, 2009
  • Un Pugno di Dollari - Morricone, Ennio, arr. Dewhurst - Allegro Music, 2009
  • La Gazza Ladro - Rossini, Gioacchino, arr. Dewhurst - Allegro Music, 2009
  • Music to Watch Girls By - Crewe, Bob, arr. Dewhurst - Allegro Music, 2009.
  • Fanfare and Processional - Radical Music, 2008
  • La Cumparsita - Rodriguez, G.M, arr. Dewhurst - Allegro Music, 2008
  • Jabulani (Suite) - Allegro Music, 2008
  • Oscar - Radical Music, 2008
  • Reflection - Chevron, 2008
  • Reflection for Cornet - Allegro Music, 2008
  • S'Wonderful/Strike Up The Band - Gershwin, George, arr. Dewhurst - Radical Music, 2008
  • Rio Marina Chevron, 2008
  • Sea Shift Chevron, 2008
  • Mambo Mistura. - Chevron, 2008
  • Mood's Wing - Radical Music, 2008
  • Meet The Flintstones - Curtin, Hoyt S, arr. Dewhurst - Radical Music, 2008
  • Leaves - Kosma, Joseph, arr. DewhurstAutumn - Radical Music, 2008
  • Hey Jude - McCartney, Paul,arr. Dewhurst - Radical Music, 2008
  • Nordic Passage (Suite) - Radical Music, 2007
  • Goytilsjenta - Traditional. arr. Dewhurst - Radical Music, 2007
  • Stor Broer og Lil Broer - Traditional. arr. Dewhurst - Radical Music, 2007
  • Trollhalling - Traditional. arr. Dewhurst - Radical Music, 2007
  • The Water is Wide - Traditional. arr. Dewhurst - Radical Music, 2007
  • Arctic Psalm - Radical Music, 2007
  • Homelands - Lake Music, 2006
  • Ellis Island Lament - Lake Music, 2005
  • The Flight of the Wild Geese - Lake Music, 2005
  • Celtic Fusions (Suite) - Radical Music, 2005
  • Polka Dots and Moonbeams - Van Heusen, Jimmy, arr. Dewhurst - 2005
  • Dickinson, Peter
  • The Unicorns (soprano voice and band)
  • Dobson, Simon
  • Four sketches - Homage to Benjamin Britten
  • Lydian Pictures
  • Douglas, Shipley
    1868-1920
  • Mephistopheles
  • Pompous Main
  • Three Blind Mice
  • War and Peace
  • Downie, Kenneth
  • Bel Canto
  • Bridgewater Intrada
  • Capriccio
  • Choose Freedom
  • Christ is Alive!
  • Dance Fever
  • Ere the Sun Goes Down
  • Exultate
  • Father's Blessing, The
  • In Perfect Peace
  • Joybringer
  • Majesty
  • Music for a Joyful Occasion
  • Music for the Common Man
  • Music from Kantara
  • My Father's World
  • Pilgrims
  • Purcell Variations
  • Rejoice! The Lord is King
  • Reverie
  • Rhapsody on "The Isle of Mull"
  • Rhapsody:
  • Spirit of Celebration
  • St Austell Suite
  • Through the Blood of the Lamb
  • Trumpet Call
  • Variations on "Princethorpe"
  • Victory
  • Were You There?
  • Ellerby, Martin
  • Cantilena
  • Carly
  • Concerto for Brass
  • Euphonium Concerto
  • Evocations
  • Natalis
  • New World Dances
  • Ovation
  • Requiescat Aberfan
  • Tenor Horn Concerto
  • Tristan Encounters
  • Trombone Concerto
  • Tuba Concerto
  • Vistas
  • Evans, Howard
  • Elegiac Variations
  • Rising of the Son
  • Farnon, Robert
  • Un Vie De Matelot
  • Farr, Gareth
  • Tawhirimatea
  • Waipiro
  • Farr, Ray
  • Adventures in Brass
  • Intrada: Ein Feste Burg
  • Viking Saga
  • Feltwell, Ian
  • Reasons Why (General Series - April 2007)
  • We Saw Love (General Series - December 2008)
  • Great Big God - (Unity Series - October 2010).
  • Kids Alive! - (Unity Series - October 2011)
  • Whitleigh Witness (Unity Series - Oct 2012)
  • Nothing But Thy Blood (Triumph Series, November 2012).
  • Bound For Glory (Unity Series, February 2015).
  • Christmastime (Unity Series - June 16)
  • Blood of the Lamb (Triumph Series - March 17)
  • To Bethlehem (Unity Series - June 17)
  • Fernie, Alan
  • Introduction and Allegro
  • Fletcher, Percy
  • Epic Symphony
  • Labour and Love
  • Spirit of Pageantry
  • Geehl, Henry
  • Happy Suite, A
  • Festival Overture
  • In Tudor Days
  • James Hook
  • Oliver Cromwell
  • On the Cornish Coast
  • Scena Sinfonica
  • Sinfonietta Pastorale
  • Thames Valley Suite
  • Goffin, Dean
  • Anthem Of The Free
  • Arise, My Soul, Arise
  • Light of the World, The
  • My Strength, My Tower
  • Rhapsody in Brass
  • Road to Emmaus
  • Victorious
  • Wonderful Healer
  • Golland, John
  • Aria
  • Childs Play
  • Concerto for Band
  • Derborence
  • Dies Natalis
  • Epic Theme
  • Euphonium Concerto No 1
  • Euphonium Concerto No 2
  • Fanfare Diversions
  • Fanfare for Youth
  • Fives and Threes
  • Lesser Thorns
  • Meiso
  • Peace
  • Reves d'enfants
  • Rhapsody No 1 for Horn
  • Scherzo (tuba and band)
  • Sounds
  • Gordon, William
    William Gordon's many arrangements and compositions for brass and concert bands are performed world-wide and their popularity is evidenced by the numerous recordings they receive. His music is included in the repertoires of some of the world's top bands, including the International Staff Band of the Salvation Army and The Black Dyke Band. Having served as conductor of the The Pasadena Tabernacle Band of The Salvation Army, he now travels extensively as a guest lecturer and conductor and is a member of ASCAP. His Symphony For Brass "Apocalypse" was chosen as the test piece for the 1997 British National Championships (Second Section). He has degrees in both composition and conducting from California State University at Los Angeles, where he also studied composition with Roy Harris. He currently lives in Washington state.
    See the Gordon Music website for a full list of his compositions.
    Gott, Barrie
  • Concertino for Cornet and Band
  • Glasshouse Sketches
  • Mumbo Jumbo
  • Lightwalk
  • Swingtime Religion
  • Holiday Samba
  • Alegria
  • Jazz Suite
  • From the Heart
  • Moses Get Down
  • Up Yonder
  • Graham, Peter
  • Ad Optimum
  • Alloway Tales
  • Amazing Mr Leidzen
  • Ambassadors, The
  • Blazon
  • Bravura
  • Brilliante
  • Call of the Cossacks
  • Cartoon Music
  • Cry of the Celts
  • Dance Before The Lord
  • Dancing in the Park
  • Dimensions
  • Episode
  • Essence of Time, The
  • Fanfare Prelude on Kilmarnock
  • Gaelforce
  • Glorious Ventures
  • Guardian, The
  • Harrison's Dream
  • Haslemere Suite
  • Hine e Hine
  • Hinode
  • Holy Well, The
  • Las Lluvias Grandas
  • Last Amen, The
  • London Celebration, A
  • Minstrel Boy, A
  • Montage
  • Northern Landscapes
  • On Alderley Edge
  • Praeludium
  • Prelude on Tallis
  • Prelude To A New Age
  • Prisms
  • Quicksilver
  • Renaissance
  • Shine as the Light
  • Shining Star
  • Slavische Fantasie
  • Summon the Dragon
  • Swedish Folk Song
  • Time For Peace, A
  • Whirlwind
  • Whistler
  • Windows of the World
  • Gray, B 
    Greenwood, John A
    1876-1953
    After studying the cornet with his father he was playing solo cornet with the Gossages Soap Works Band conducted by William Rimmer by the age of eighteen. In 1899, he joined the New Brighton Tower Band as solo cornet and obtained tuition in harmony and counterpoint, following which he performed with several other bands. He took to conducting and had a successful series of appointments with bands such as St. Hilda's Colliery Band, Black Dyke Band, Horwich Railway Mechanics Institute Band, Cresswell Colliery Band and Marsden Colliery Band. During this time, but particularly in the 1940s and 1950s his composing became predominant. He produced over two hundred pieces for brass band from marches to selections, transcriptions and solos.

  • Acrobat, The (trombone solo)
  • Black Dyke (march)
  • Bravura
  • Call of Youth
  • Cornet King, The
  • Foden's Own (march)
  • Golden Age, The
  • Irwell Springs (march)
  • Jester, The (trombone solo)
  • Playmates (cornet duet)
  • Spirit of Youth, The
  • Summer Day, A
  • Wingates (march)
  • Winsford (march)
  • Gregson, Edward
  • Alarum
  • Chalk Farm no. 2
  • Concertante for Piano and Band
  • Concerto for French Horn and Brass Band
  • Concerto Grosso
  • Connotations
  • Dances and Arias
  • Essay for Brass Band
  • Intrada
  • March Prelude
  • Music for Greenwich
  • Occasion
  • Of Men and Mountains
  • Pacemakers Overture
  • Partita
  • Patterns
  • Plantagenets Suite
  • Prelude and Capriccio
  • Prelude for an Occasion
  • Processional
  • Swedish March
  • Symphonic Rhapsody for Euphonium and Band
  • Three Dance Episodes
  • Trumpet of the Angels
  • Tuba Concerto
  • Variations on Laudate Dominum
  • Voices of Youth
  • Hanmer, Ronald 
    Harper, Philip
  • Century
  • Concerto for 4 Trombones & Percussion
  • Elan
  • Festival March
  • Sword, Jewel and Mirror
  • Tribute
  • Hawkins, George
    1876-1967
    Born near Nottingham he joined his first brass band at age 17 and became bandmaster the following year. In the first two decades of the 20th century he conducted several bands, mainly from the North-East and obtained good results with them. His composing output consisted largely of transcriptions, contest selections, marches and popular original pieces.

  • Day on the Farm, A
  • Fox and Hounds
  • Harlequins, The (cornet duet)
  • Merrymakers, The (cornet duet)
  • Pop Goes the Weasel
  • Rustic Fete, A
  • Soldier's Memories, A
  • Sunday Parade, A
  • Heaton, Wilfred
  • Celestial Prospect
  • Children's Friend
  • Contest Music
  • Dance of the Tumblers
  • Glory, Glory
  • Golden Pen
  • Just As I Am
  • Martyn
  • Mercy's Light
  • My Master's Will
  • My Treasure
  • Partita
  • Passing By
  • Praise
  • Toccata "Oh the Blessed Lord"
  • Tricot Rouge
  • Victory For Me
  • Wonderful Words
  • Eiliv Herikstad
    A prolific Norwegian Salvation Army composer.

    For a full list of his compositions, see Eiliv Herikstad MusikkService
    Hesketh, Kenneth
  • Alchymist's Journal
  • Danceries
  • Masque
  • Himes, William
  • Aspects of Praise
  • Caprice for Cornet
  • Celebration of Contemporary Gospel Song
  • Concertino for Flugel Horn
  • God of Wonders
  • Jericho Revisited
  • Journey into Peace
  • Jubilance
  • New Frontier
  • So Glad
  • Three Kings' Swing
  • Holst, Gustav
  • Moorside Suite, A
  • Horowitz, Joseph
  • Ballet For Band
  • Concertino Classico
  • Dong with the Luminous Nose, The
  • Euphonium Concerto
  • Music Hall Suite
  • Sinfonietta
  • Theme and Co-operation
  • Tuba Concerto
  • Howarth, Elgar
  • Amazing Mr Arban
  • American Dream
  • Ascendit in Coeli
  • Bandsman's Tale, The
  • Berne Patrol
  • Cantabile for John Fletcher
  • Canto
  • Capriccio
  • Cornet Concerto
  • Fireworks
  • Five Pieces for Spielberg
  • Hogarths Hoedown
  • Hymns at Heaven's Gate
  • In Memoriam RK
  • Legends
  • Lucerne Song
  • Mortimer's Dream
  • Mosaic
  • Mr Lear's Carnival
  • Parade
  • Songs for BL
  • Trombone Concerto
  • Howe, JH 
    Howells, Herbert
  • Pageantry
  • Three Figures
  • Huber, Paul
  • Symphonic Music
  • Hume, James Ord
    (1864-1932)
    Born in Edinburgh, he became solo cornet in the Royal Scots Greys in 1880. Arranged many pieces for band including the test-piece at the first Crystal Palace National Championships in 1900 - a Sullivan selection. Also wrote some pioneer original works for band, including the Bohemian suite. His many engagements as an adjudicator included a journey to Australia to judge band contests there. Contributed many articles to the band press.

  • 20th Century
  • B.B. & C.F., The
  • Blaze Away
  • Brilliant
  • Carnival
  • Elephant, The
  • Flying Squad, The
  • Lynwood
  • No Repulse
  • Roll Away Bet
  • Ruardean
  • Simplicity
  • Victor's Return, The
  • Waveney, The
  • Iles, John Henry
     
    Ireland, John
  • Comedy Overture
  • Downland Suite, A
  • Jacob, Gordon
  • March Galloping Major (1940) - for a wartime comedy radio show
  • Suite In Bb (1955) - for National Finals Fourth Section
  • Suite No 2 (1963) - for National Youth Band Of Scotland
  • Essex Overture (1965) - for BBC Challenging Brass
  • Victorian Rhapsody (1967)
  • Two Choral Preludes (1968)
  • Pride Of Youth Overture (1970) - for National Finals
  • A Joyful Noise Rhapsody In Brass (1970) - for Championship Section National Area
  • March Sospan Fach (1970) - for Cory Band, Granada Band of the Year
  • York Symphony (1970)
  • A Swedish Rhapsody (1971) - a piece in 6 movements
  • Line Of Life A Symphonic Study (1979)
  • Prelude To Comedy (1981)
  • Ballad For Band (1982)
  • Prelude to Revelry (possibly composed for wind band only?)
  • Jakeway, Albert
    ? - 1992
    Salvation Army composer

  • Rosehill
  • Onward to Conquer
  • The Vision Splendid
  • Where duty calls
  • Jenkins, Cyril
  • Coriolanus
  • Life Divine
  • Johnson, Stuart 
    Johnstone, Maurice
  • County Palatine (March)
  • Tempest, The
  • Keighley, Thomas
    1889-?
  • Crusaders, The
  • Lorenzo
  • Macbeth
  • Merry Wives of Windsor, The
  • Midsummer Night's Dream, A
  • Northern Rhapsody, A
  • Kelly, Brian
  • Arnheim
  • Arromanches
  • Concertante Music
  • Divertimento
  • Overture Provence
  • Partita
  • Lancaster, David

    Dragon Music Publishing
  • A Celtic Christmas
  • A Yorkshire Wassail
  • Ancient and Loyal
  • Ararat Dances (Hakinyan)
  • Ave Maria (Caccini)
  • Basses on the Beat (Sullivan)
  • Bridge on the Wharfe
  • Christmas is Coming
  • Claro Toccata
  • Cuba!
  • Cwm Rhondda
  • Dathliad Penblwydd
  • Down by the Riverside
  • Dragon Parade
  • Folksong I for Baritone
  • Folksong II for Euphonium
  • Gothic!
  • Heart of Oak
  • Highland Cathedral
  • Hyfrydol
  • I Dreamt I Dwelt in Marble Halls (Balfe)
  • I Know Why (and So Do You)
  • Intrada on Laudate Dominum
  • Jesu Joy of Mans Desiring (JS Bach)
  • Jupiter (G Holst)
  • La Mourisque (Susato)
  • La Rejouissance (Handel)
  • Lessington Brake
  • Lord of all Hopefulness
  • Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds (Lennon & McCartney)
  • Mayen March (Richard Shaffer)
  • Orfeo! (Monteverdi)
  • Pastyme with Henry (King Henry VIII)
  • Prelude to the Te Deum (Charpentier)
  • Rich Heritage
  • Ripon Jewel
  • Rule Britannia
  • Sandal Castle
  • Sans Day Carol
  • She Moved through the Fair
  • Siegfried's Funeral March (Wagner)
  • Silent Worship
  • This Sceptred Isle
  • Trauermusik (Mozart)
  • Langford, Gordon
  • Harmonious Variations on a Theme of Handel
  • Proclamation (bass trombone and band)
  • Rhapsody for Cornet and Band
  • Rhapsody for Trombone
  • Lawrence, Phil

    Elms Studios/Publishing
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  • 1st Movement from Rachmaninoff's Symphonic Dances.
  • Pastorale, by Stravinsky.
  • Millennium March.
  • Fanfare for the Millennium.
  • Siegfried's Funeral Music, Wagner.
  • L'apres Midi D'un Faune, Debussy.
  • Ride of the Valkyries, Wagner.
  • Romeo & Juliet Fantasy Overture by Tchiakovsky
  • Agnus Dei from Faure's Requiem.
  • The Simpsons.
  • Reverie by Debussy.
  • I've Got You Under My Skin. Flg solo.
  • It's Not Unusual (Tom Jones) for Trombone Trio & Band.
  • Zigeunerweisen. Cornet Section
  • Millennium by Robbie Williams
  • The Dies Irae from Verdi's Requiem.
  • The Typewriter by Leroy Anderson.
  • Star Trek Deep Space Nine Theme
  • Liebesleid by Fritz Kreisler.
  • Saltarello from Mendelssohn's Salterello from the Italian Symphony.
  • Thriller. M Jackson
  • Scarborough Fair Impressions.
  • Sailors Dance from The Red Poppy
  • Last movment from Shoshtakovitch's 5th Symphony
  • The Great Escape
  • "Urlicjt" form Mahlers 2nd Symphony Flg solo
  • Portrait of a trumpet. Nestico.
  • Pandora. Damere
  • Strawberry Fair
  • I gave my love a cherry
  • The Brass Band Boogie

    Compositions

  • Cornet Concerto BLAZE
  • Instant Chrismas Concert
  • A Life In Brass.
  • Concert Brass 2002. Four musical studies for young band.
  • The Brash Brass Band Tour De Europe. band trainer.
  • Anblasen Fanfare.
  • A Day in the life of a Knight. A short test piece in one movement for band (9min 30 sec).
  • God Rest you Merry Irish Men.
  • Marion. Flugel Solo.
  • Letchworth Garden City Suite Commissioned to celebrate 100 years of the 1st Garden City.
  • Gregoritas. Test piece.
  • A slow ride in a static machine, the M25 Orbital.
  • Serg'e Circus
  • Fanfares for the Coldstream Guards, "Second To None"
  • Marion. Flg solo.
  • Lear, W Hogarth
  • Barney's Tune
  • Chinese Takeaway
  • Hogarth's Hoe Down
  • Mr Lear's Carnival
  • Paris Le Soir
  • Red Sky at Night
  • Leidzen, Erik
  • A Happy Day
  • At the Cross Where I First Saw the Light
  • Christmas Joy
  • Concertino for Band and Trombone
  • Home on the Range
  • In The King's Service
  • Invincible Army
  • Joyful News
  • None Other Name
  • Old Rustic Bridge, The
  • On The King's Highway
  • Post Bellum Rhapsody
  • Pressing Onward
  • Robe of White
  • Secret Prayer
  • Sinfonietta
  • Songs in the Heart
  • Sure of Victory
  • Tucker
  • Wondrous Day
  • Lloyd, George
  • Diversions on a Bass Theme
  • English Heritage
  • Evening Song
  • HMS Trinidad March
  • Kings Messenger
  • Royal Parks
  • Lovatt-Cooper, Paul
    PLC Music
  • A Christmas Finale
  • An Untold Story
  • Donegal Bay
  • Dream Catchers
  • Earth's Fury
  • Horizons
  • Solar Eclipse
  • The Big Top
  • The Dark Side of the Moon
  • The Enigma Machine
  • The Haunted Halls
  • The Spellbinding Jewel
  • Vitae Aeternum
  • Walking With Heroes
  • Where Eagles Sing
  • 'Neath the Dublin Skies
  • Lucas, Leighton
  • Symphonic Suite
  • Lyons, Mike
  • March "So Fly The Eagles" (Concert March)
  • Blue Jericho (Also known as Blue Ground)
  • Four Canadian Sketches (Contest piece)
  • Celtic Lullaby (Horn feature)
  • Con Brio
  • Deanery High School March (Concert March)
  • Rhapsody on Es Ist Ein Ros' Entsprungen
  • Impressions of the English Lakes (Contest piece)
  • Variations on La Folia
  • Make My Day (Contest piece)
  • Black Eyed Susan (Baritone solo)
  • OHB (Concert March)
  • Adagio Cantabile (Euphonium solo)
  • Give Me Some Ballroom (Cornet solo)
  • How Much Is That Doggie In The Window?  (Euphonium solo - air varie)
  • Elegie And Caprice (Euphonium solo)
  • T'Imperatorius (March)
  • Totus Tuus (Contest Piece)
  • McCabe, John
  • Cloudcatcher Fells
  • Desert II: Horizon
  • Images
  • Maunsell Forts, The
  • Northern Lights
  • Salamander
  • McFadyen, James
  • 13.7 Billion Years Earlier
  • A Markinch Suite
  • A Place Where Dreams Come True
  • A Town too far from Home
  • Abide with Me (arr.)
  • Adagio for a Solar Expedition
  • All I have to do is Dream (arr.)
  • Amazing Grace (arr.)
  • Ave Maria (Schubert Version)
  • Be Still My Soul (Commissioned by Val Davies) (arr.)
  • Calon Lan (commissioned by Tullis Russell Mills Band) (arr.)
  • Celestial Sun
  • Chords of the Aztec
  • Christmas Setting - 'Silent Night' (arr.)
  • Colours Through a Window
  • Concert Prelude
  • Dance to your Daddy (arr.)
  • Disaster Munich
  • Distant Skies
  • Dreams are to be without Motion
  • Elegy to the Victims of Iraq
  • Everyday Light (commissioned by Brett Baker)
  • Eye of the Tiger (arr.)
  • Fanfares and Fantasies
  • Fantasy on a Childrens Theme
  • Flower of Scotland (arr.)
  • Gymnopedie No.1 (arr.)
  • Harmony
  • In Search of the Little Rainbow People
  • Journeys of Fast Descending Motion
  • La March Grande
  • Lloyd (arr.)
  • Londonderry Air (arr.)
  • MacArthur Park (arr.)
  • Magic Gates
  • My Love is like a Red, Red Rose (arr.)
  • Nobody Does it Better (arr.)
  • Oh, Pretty Woman (arr.)
  • Opposition of Mars
  • Sinfonietta No.1
  • Skye Boat Song (arr.)
  • Solar Flare and the Gamma Burst
  • The 24th Day (incorporating the hymn, Ellacombe)
  • The Pale Blue Dot
  • The Ring of Brodgar
  • The Sound of Stars
  • Transits of Mercury
  • Variations on Human Nature (arr.)
  • We don't need another Hero (arr.)
  • Mackereth, Andrew
  • Festoso
  • I surrender all
  • Keep me Praising
  • Millennium
  • Flourishes
  • On a Mission
  • Pilgrimage of Youth
  • Standard Bearers
  • Swing Low
  • Time to shine
  • Matthias, William
  • Vivat Regina
  • Moren, Bertrand
  • Bandsman's Challenge, The
  • Mr Euphonium
  • Musgrave, Thea
  • Variations for Brass Band
  • Nelson, Ron
    1929-
    A composer of choral, band and orchestral works. See his website for details.
    Newsome, Roy
  • Concerto Olympique
  • Concorde
  • Newton, Rodney
  • 4 Spanish Impressions
  • Capriccio (Tuba & Band)
  • Dick Turpin's Ride
  • Five Greek Sketches
  • Four Spanish Impressions
  • Gaudete
  • Jubilee
  • King of Elfland's Daughter
  • Prince Bishops, The
  • Variations For Percussion
  • Norbury, Kevin
  • Aubade
  • Badinage
  • Gaudete
  • Odyssey
  • Partita
  • Ransomed Army
  • Truth Aflame
  • Variations on Maccabeus
  • Patterson, Paul
  • Cataclysm
  • Chromascope
  • Count Down
  • Perkin, Helen
  • Carnival Suite
  • Cordell Suite
  • Island Heritage
  • Phillips, Richard
  • Joyous Song
  • Metamorphosis
  • Pickard, John
  • Invocation
  • Men of Stone
  • Tsunami
  • Wildfire
  • Powell, Thomas James
  • Castell Coch
  • Contestor, The
  • Life's Treasures
  • Passing Moods
  • Snowdon Fantasy
  • Tops, The
  • Price, Maldwyn
  • Owain Glyndwr
  • Welsh Fantasy, A
  • Raynor, Austin
  • Wuthering Heights
  • Redhead, Robert
  • Corpus Christi
  • Deus Vobiscum
  • Euphony
  • Fantastic Discovery
  • Isaiah 40
  • Life Abundant
  • New Horizons
  • Pastoral Symphony
  • Pastoral Symphony
  • Quintessence
  • Reflections in Nature
  • Sound of the Gospel
  • We are an Army
  • Relton, William 
    Richards, Goff
    1944-
  • Barnard Castle
  • Brass Ablaze
  • Brass Band Blues
  • Calling Cornwall
  • Confections for Brass
  • Cross Patonce
  • Doyen
  • Exploding Brass
  • Fanfare for a New Age
  • Golden Lady
  • Hollywood
  • Homage To The Noble Grape
  • Jaguar
  • Midwest
  • Oceans
  • One Day
  • Pastorale
  • Pendennis
  • Pilatus
  • Romantic Intelude II
  • Royal Duchy
  • Russky Percussky
  • Saddleworth Festival Overture
  • Shepherd's Song
  • Spirit of Youth
  • Stage Centre
  • Taylor Made
  • Three Saints
  • Zimba Zamba
  • Rimmer, Drake
  • Flame of Freedom, The
  • Golden Hind, The
  • Harvester. The
  • Holiday Sketches
  • Homage to Pharaoh
  • King Lear
  • Macbeth
  • Midsummer Eve
  • Othello
  • Pegasus
  • Quo Vadis
  • Rhapsody of Britain
  • Rufford Abbey
  • Spirit of Progress
  • Tyrolean Scenes
  • Unknown Warrior. The
  • Venus and Adonis
  • Via Stellaris
  • Rimmer, William
    1862-1936
    Started in the Southport Rifle Band as cornet player and percussionist then moved to Besses o' th' Barn Band. His conducting career included a lot of the major bands of the day, Irwell Springs, Wingates Temperance, Black Dyke, Hebden Bridge, Besses o' th' Barn and Fodens. In 1909 he was a trainer or conductor of five of the six prize winners in the British Open Championships at Belle Vue. In 1910 he retired from conducting to compose, arrange and teach, producing over 100 fine marches, some 30 solos and over a hundred other concert pieces and arrangements. Some of the pen names he used in his compositions include Heather Dean, F. Leduc, Kenneth Henschel, Carl Hessler, and Michael Laurent.

  • Arizona Belle
  • Australasian, The
  • Avenger
  • Black Knight
  • Bostonian, The
  • British Flag, The
  • Carnival King, The
  • Carnival of Venice
  • Chivalry
  • Cleopatra
  • Comet, The
  • Commonwealth
  • Cossack, The
  • Cross of Honour
  • Cycle Parade, The
  • Dauntless
  • Dawn of Freedom
  • Faithful and Free
  • For Freedom and Honour
  • Hailstorm
  • Honest Toil
  • Irresistable
  • Jack o' The Lantern
  • Jenny Jones
  • Kings of the Air
  • Knight of the Road
  • Monarch
  • North Star
  • Old Comrades
  • Orion
  • Pat In America
  • Punchinello
  • Ravenswood
  • Rule Britannia
  • Salome
  • Scindian March
  • Sergeants of the Guard
  • Slaidburn
  • Sons of Victory
  • Starlight
  • Victors Return
  • Virtuoso, The
  • Viva Birkinshaw
  • Wizard, The
  • Zephyrs, Les
  • Roost, Jan van der
  • Firework
  • Flashlight
  • Signature
  • Mercury (March)
  • Jubilus
  • Helios (March)
  • Albion
  • Excalibur
  • Stonehenge
  • Toccata Festiva
  • Homage (+ Organ ad libitum)
  • Canterbury Chorale
  • Trittico Festoso
  • Concerto Grosso (Cornet, Trombone and BB)
  • Exodus (Oratorio for Narrator, 2 Soloists, Choir, Organ and BB)
  • Rubbra, Edmund
  • Variations on "The Shining River"
  • Rutti, Carl
  • Metamorphosis
  • Montreux Wind Dances
  • Sharpe, Trevor
  • Blades of Toledo, The
  • Caribbean Cameo
  • Fanfare and Soliloquy
  • Siebert, Edrich 
    Simpson, Robert
  • Energy
  • Four Temperaments
  • Introduction & Allegro on a Bass Theme
  • Volcano
  • Vortex
  • Snell, Howard
  • Excelsior
  • Oration
  • Postcard from Mexico
  • Søderstrøm, Emil Of Danish roots, Emil Søderstrøm was a leading figures in Salvation Army music in the USA.  He was a gifted man who could write music anywhere and at any time. For many years he was the staff arranger for one of the major broadcasting companies in the USA.

  • Deep Passage
  • Fighting for the Lord
  • Army of God
  • Minneapolis IV
  • California
  • In the King's service
  • All Round the World
  • Sousa, John Philip
  • Bride-elect
  • Comrades of the Legion
  • Corcoran Cadets March
  • Directorate
  • El Capitan
  • Gladiator March
  • Guide Right
  • Hail to the Spirit of Liberty
  • King Cotton
  • Liberty Bell
  • On Parade
  • Semper Fidelis
  • Stars and Stripes Forever
  • Thunderer
  • Washington Post
  • Souster, Tim
  • Echoes (brass band and electronics)
  • Sparke, Philip


    [website]
  • Aubade
  • Ballad for Benny
  • Barn Dance + Cowboy Hymn
  • Between the Moon and Mexico
  • Cambridge Variations
  • Capriccio
  • Carol of the Shepherds
  • Celtic Suite, A
  • Centurion, The
  • Concert Prelude
  • Concertino for Tuba
  • Concerto for Trumpet or Cornet
  • Concerto Grosso
  • Diversions - Variations on a Swiss Folk Song
  • Divertimento
  • Endeavour
  • Euphonism
  • Euphonium Concerto
  • Fanfare, Romance & Finale
  • Fantasy for Euphonium
  • Five Festive Fanfares
  • Flying the Breeze
  • Four Noble Truths, The
  • Harmony Music
  • Hymn of the Highlands
  • Jubilee Overture
  • Jubilee Prelude
  • Kaleidoscope - Five Variations on the 'Brugg Song'
  • Land of the Long White Cloud, The
  • London Overture, A
  • Maidstone Celebration
  • Malvern Suite, A
  • Masquerade
  • Merry-Go-Round
  • Mountain Song
  • Music for a Festival
  • Navigation Inn
  • Orient Express
  • Pantomime
  • Partita
  • Party Piece
  • Pittsburgh Overture, A
  • Portrait of a City
  • Prelude & Scherzo
  • Prelude, Toccata & Fugue (Graduation Day)
  • Prizewinners, The
  • Rhythm and Blues
  • River City Serenade
  • Serenade For Horns
  • Serenade For Toni
  • Shalom!
  • Skyrider
  • Slipstream
  • Soliloquy
  • Song and Dance
  • Song for Ina
  • South Down Pictures
  • Swiss Festival Overture, A
  • Tallis Variations
  • Tameside Overture, A
  • Ten Chorale Preludes
  • Three Miniatures
  • Time Remembered
  • Time to Say Goodbye
  • Triptych
  • Two-part Invention
  • Variations on an Enigma
  • Vikings, The
  • Year of the Dragon, The
  • Anthony Spurgin (1907 - 1998)
  • A Touch of Irish
  • A Wealdon Rhapsody
  • Blue Sombrero
  • Break for Horns
  • Deux Grotesques - under pen name: A. Picon
  • Duke of York's Patrol (march)
  • Hymn on "Lobe den Herren"
  • Lions and Martlets (fantasia)
  • Music in the night
  • New York Calling
  • Sylvia
  • The Ever Readies march)
  • Vodka (Russian dance)
  • Stanley, J. Aaron
  • Fanfare for the Olympians
  • Rhapsody on "Bring Your Torches"
  • Southland Overture
  • Variations on a French Carol
  • Steadman-Allen, Ray
  • Beacons, The
  • Children of the Heavenly Father
  • Chorale Variations (on a Dutch Chorale)
  • Conqueror, The
  • Crown Of Conquest
  • Daystar
  • Exultation
  • Fantasy on Spirituals
  • Floodtide
  • Hadleigh Camp
  • Holy War, The
  • Hymn at Sunrise
  • Immortal Theme (trombone & band)
  • Journeymen
  • Logos
  • Lord Is King, The
  • Lord of the Sea
  • Lyric Variations
  • Mission
  • Ransomed Host
  • Romans 8 - A Brass Celebration
  • Scarlet Jersey
  • Seascapes
  • Silver Star
  • Sinfonietta - At the Edge of Time
  • Sparkling Slides
  • Trombone Vespers
  • Variations on the Triumph of Peace
  • Victorian Snapshots - On Ratcliff Highway
  • When They Crucified My Lord
  • Stephens, Denzil
  • Solo Rhapsody for Euphonium
  • Street, Allan 
    Summers, Michael
    (1973-)
  • Rigoletto Variations (1998)
  • Withington Suite (2002)
  • Design and Build (2003)
  • Distant Harbour (2006)
  • Swerts, Piet
  • Chain
  • Terrett, Keith
  • The Gypsy Trumpeter in New Orleans (pub. Jagrins)
  • Don't Wanna Let You Go (pub. Jagrins)
  • Sally Gardens (arrangement, pub. Jagrins)
  • D-Day March (pub. Jagrins) - runner up in the 2008 Ohio Brass Festival
  • Keep the Fire Alive (pub. Jagrins)
  • Islands & Mountains (arrangement, pub. MMI)
  • Swinging in Paradise for Brass Band & Wind band (pub. Musikerlagfrank, Switzerland)

  • Band and Music for Brass Quintet (pub. Safe Music)
  • Music for Wind Band & Music for Tuned Percussion (pub. Dutch Music Partners, Holland)
  • Music for Violin & Piano, Vibraphone & Piano, Guitar & Piano (pub. Musikk Huset AS, Norway)
  • Music for Flexible Band & Brass quintet (pub. Musikk Huset AS, Norway)
  • Various concert band music (pub. Matrix Music Publishers, USA)
  • Marches for Wind Band such as: The Kokoda Trail, Paddy's Day and Class of '88. (pub. Echelon Music, USA)
  • Various instrumental music for all brass instruments such as:Czardas and my Ballroom solo series (pub. Uetz Music, Germany)
  • Various arrangements for Flexible Bands such as: Hello Dolly, What Shall We Do With A Drunken Windband? Slaves Chorus from Nabucco and Ain't Mis-behavin' (pub. Phoenix Music)
  • Thomas, Martyn
    (1960-)
  • South Coast - Tribute to Salvation Army Bands on the South Coast of England
  • Westbourne - Tribute to Westbourne Corps of the Salvation Army
  • Portsmouth Citadel - Written to commemorate the opening of the Haven Community Centre
  • Mile Cross Gold - Written to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Norwich Mile Cross Band
  • Trust in God - Cornet Solo in memory of Eddie Burns (previous principal cornet of Southsea Citadel Band)
  • Away in a Manger (Sweet Bells)
  • Comfort and Joy
  • Two short classics
  • A Classical Suite
  • Spiritual Rock
  • England Swings - Written for New York Staff Band's tour of Australia 1996
  • A song to swing - Written for David Daws' CD 'Golden Slippers'
  • Conquering Swing - Written for David Daws' CD 'The Sound of David Daws'
  • Stephen Foster Re-visited - Written for New York Staff Band's tour of Europe 1999
  • Beautiful and Happy - Written for Dulwich Hill Temple (Australia) Band's 110th Anniversary in 1998
  • Cool Yule - Written for Portsmouth Citadel Band, Christmas 1989
  • Fanfare - Written for the Special Olympics held in 1997
  • Medicine Hat 101
  • Highway to Heaven
  • Full Bloom - Written for Enfield Citadel Band
  • At the Cross
  • You Raise Me Up
  • Maple Leaf Forever
  • Joshua
  • Angelic Presence
  • Thomas, Walter
    (1900 - 1974)
  • Southsea 1 March
  • The Whosoever March
  • Rugby Citadel
  • The Holly March
  • Tippett, Michael
  • Festal Brass with Blues
  • Tomlinson, Ernest
  • Best Foot Forward
  • Cornet Concerto
  • Vaughan-Williams, Ralph
  • Overture - Henry V
  • Three preludes on Welsh Hymn Tunes
  • Variations for Brass Band
  • Vinter, Gilbert
    1909-1969
    Born in Lincoln, Vinter was one of the finest conductors in the radio field during his day, and one of the foremost composers of contemporary brass music. A chorister at Lincoln Cathedral, he then studied bassoon at the Royal Academy of Music, later becoming a Professor and Fellow of the Academy. He joined the BBC's military band in 1930 and after war service conducted the RAF Coastal Command Band. He conducted the Midland Light Orchestra from 1946 until his death. A prolific composer of brass music, he also wrote orchestral and choral works, ballet music and an opera. His cantata, The Trumpets, was scored for the rare combination of choir and brass band
  • Cavatina
  • Centenary March
  • Challenging Brass
  • Dover Coach
  • Elegy and Rondo
  • Entertainments
  • Fancys Knell
  • James Cook: Circumnavigator
  • John O'Gaunt
  • Lisbon Carnival
  • Mattheson's Air
  • Portugese Party
  • Salute To Youth
  • Simon Called Peter
  • Spectrum
  • Symphony Of Marches
  • Taproom Ballade
  • Triumphant Rhapsody
  • Trumpets, The
  • Variations On A Ninth
  • Vizcaya
  • Voices of Youth
  • Wainwright, Andrew
  • And can it be - Arranged for Hendon Highlights 2009
  • The Armed Man - A Mass for Peace - Published by Boosey & Hawkes Ltd
  • The Candlelight Carol - Cornet Solo - Published by SP&S
  • Carol of the Bells
  • Eryri - Trombone Solo - Published by Kirklees Music
  • Fill the World with Glory - Commissioned by David Daws for his CD 'The Sound of David Daws'
  • Hendon - Hymn tune arrangement - Published by SP&S
  • How can I keep from singing - composed for James Fountain
  • Introduction to Polovtsian Dances - Commissioned by David Daws - Published by Lake Music
  • Spanish Dance
  • Stand Firm in Christ - Published by SP&S

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  • Wakefield, Anthony

     
    Walton, William
  • First Shoot, The
  • Watson, Ty
  • All for Thee
  • Bermuda Celebration
  • Botwood Centenary
  • Deep Blues Sea
  • Finale from the "Bolt"
  • Fire Divine
  • Gems for His Crown
  • Grace
  • Mississauga Spirit
  • Peace with Self
  • Promises
  • S.A.V.S.
  • Shout the Victory
  • Strength and Honour
  • Swing Hosanna
  • The Royal Banner
  • The Solid Rock
  • Wiggins, B 
    Wilby, Philip
  • Atlantic
  • Concert Gallop
  • Concerto for Percussion
  • Dove Descending
  • Dragons Arise
  • Euphonium Concerto
  • Flight
  • Greek Dance
  • Jazz
  • Jekyll & Hyde
  • Laudate Dominum
  • Leonardo
  • Lowry Sketchbook
  • Masquerade
  • Norwegian Blue
  • Paganini Variations
  • Partita
  • Revelation
  • Shadow Songs
  • The Dove Descending, The
  • The New Jerusalem
  • Three Improvisations in a Japanese Garden
  • Toccata Brillante
  • Toccata Festivo
  • Turba
  • Unholy Sonnets
  • White Knuckle Ride
  • Willcocks, George 
    Wills, Arthur
  • Fenlands, The (suite for organ and brass band)
  • Wilson, Thomas
  • Cartoon
  • Refrains and cadenzas
  • Wiltgen, Ronald
  • Red Earth
  • Wood, Gareth
  • Concertino
  • Dance Sequence
  • Five Blooms in a Welsh Garden
  • Japanese Slumber Song
  • Salome
  • Sospan Fach
  • Tombstone - Arizona
  • Trombone Concerto
  • Variations on a Welsh theme
  • Wright, Denis
    1895-1967
    Founder of the National Youth Brass Band of Great Britain (1951)

  • Carol Sinfonietta
  • Columbine
  • Cornet Concerto
  • Glastonbury Overture
  • Handelian Suite, A
  • Joan of Arc
  • Music for Brass
  • Overture for an Epic Occasion
  • Princess Nada
  • Salzburg Suite
  • Scottish Fantasy, A
  • Tam O'Shanter's Ride
  • Tintagel
  • Trio Concerto for cornet, trombone and euphonium
  • White Rider, The
  • Wright, Frank
    1901-1970
  • Old Westminster
  • Preludio Marziale
  • Sirius
  • Threshold
  • Whitehall
  • Wright, Kenneth
  • Pride of Race
  • Yorke, Peter
  • Explorers, The
  • Gallions Reach
  • Shipbuilders, The