Born on the 21st December 1960 Thomas George Whitehurst passed his Bachelor of Music degree at the University of Sheffield in July 2012, but his roots are 23 years of service with the British Army Bands, performing all over the world, and where he attained the rank of Sergeant. Since leaving the Army in 2000 Tom gained employment as a brass teacher for Nottingham Performing Arts and within this role he conducts the Concert Band Choir and arranges music for them - he is also the leader of the Swing Band and Brass Group. Other roles Tom has are Musical Director of the Bestwood ‘Black Diamonds’ Training Brass Band and leader of the Bestwood Swing Band.

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A beautiful melody for French horn, this famous tenor aria, arranged by Tom Whitehurst, is full of soul, passion and tragedy. Vesti La Giubba - put on the costume and prepare to laugh.  For colleges conservatories, professionals, amateurs and community performing groups.

£6.95

A beautiful melody for French horn, this famous tenor aria, arranged by Tom Whitehurst, is full of soul, passion and tragedy. Vesti La Giubba - put on the costume and prepare to laugh.  For colleges conservatories, professionals, amateurs and community performing groups.

£3.95

A beautiful melody for French horn, this famous tenor aria, arranged by Tom Whitehurst, is full of soul, passion and tragedy. Vesti La Giubba - put on the costume and prepare to laugh.  For colleges conservatories, professionals, amateurs and community performing groups.

£9.95

Fast and furious with all the excitement expected in a finale. Good luck! Arranged by Tom Whitehurst and suitable for colleges, conservatories, professionals, amateurs and community performing groups.

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Fast and furious with all the excitement expected in a finale. Good luck! Arranged by Tom Whitehurst and suitable for colleges, conservatories, professionals, amateurs and community performing groups.

£3.95

Fast and furious with all the excitement expected in a finale. Good luck! Arranged by Tom Whitehurst and suitable for colleges, conservatories, professionals, amateurs and community performing groups.

£7.95

Arranged by Tom Whitehurst, this is a joyful and descriptive solo for Tuba, as it tries to emulate the movement of an elephant. For secondary schools, colleges, professionals, amateurs and community performing groups.

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Arranged by Tom Whitehurst, this is a joyful and descriptive solo for Tuba, as it tries to emulate the movement of an elephant. For secondary schools, colleges, professionals, amateurs and community performing groups.

£3.95

Arranged by Tom Whitehurst, this is a joyful and descriptive solo for Tuba, as it tries to emulate the movement of an elephant. For secondary schools, colleges, professionals, amateurs and community performing groups.

£7.95

The Swan is the most famous movement from The Carnival of the Animals, usually represented by the 'cello which emulates the swan elegantly gliding over the water with only its reflection for company. In this arrangement for brass quintet it is the trombone with its lush tenor sound, that should be played in the style of Tommy Dorsey, that gives the swan its grace. The other instruments accompany the trombone with rolling chords which represent the feet of the swan hidden beneath the water propelling it along. This powerful melody will leave your hair standing up and a tear in your eye.

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The Swan is the most famous movement from The Carnival of the Animals, usually represented by the 'cello which emulates the swan elegantly gliding over the water with only its reflection for company. In this arrangement for brass quintet it is the trombone with its lush tenor sound, that should be played in the style of Tommy Dorsey, that gives the swan its grace. The other instruments accompany the trombone with rolling chords which represent the feet of the swan hidden beneath the water propelling it along. This powerful melody will leave your hair standing up and a tear in your eye.

£3.95

The Swan is the most famous movement from The Carnival of the Animals, usually represented by the 'cello which emulates the swan elegantly gliding over the water with only its reflection for company. In this arrangement for brass quintet it is the trombone with its lush tenor sound, that should be played in the style of Tommy Dorsey, that gives the swan its grace. The other instruments accompany the trombone with rolling chords which represent the feet of the swan hidden beneath the water propelling it along. This powerful melody will leave your hair standing up and a tear in your eye.