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The first movement The Happy Fox is a London College of Music Grade 8 exam piece until further notice, and a Trinity College London Grade 8 exam piece until the end of 2022

The second movement Idyll is a London College of Music Grade 7 exam piece until further notice, and a Trinity College London Grade 7 exam piece until the end of 2022

The third movement To Home is a Trinity College London Grade 8 exam piece until the end of 2022

This delightful piece, written for Laura Sheppard when a student at Trinity College London, is beautifully written for both horn and piano.

The first movement The Happy Fox was an Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM) exam piece for Grade 8 between 2004 and 2012, has been a London College of Music Grade 8 exam piece since 2011, and has been a Trinity College London Grade 8 exam piece since 1998.

The second movement Idyll was an Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM) exam piece for Grade 7 between 2004 and 2012, and a Trinity College London Performers Certificate exam piece between 1998 and 2004.  Idyll has been a London College of Music Grade 7 exam piece since 2011, and has also been a Trinity College London Grade 7 exam piece since 2002.

The third and last movement To Home! was an Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM) exam piece for Grade 8 between 2004 and 2012, a Guildhall School of Music and Drama Grade 7 exam piece between 1996 and 1999, and has been a Trinity College London Grade 8 exam piece since 2004.

£8.95

The first movement The Happy Fox is a London College of Music Grade 8 exam piece until further notice, and a Trinity College London Grade 8 exam piece until the end of 2022

The second movement Idyll is a London College of Music Grade 7 exam piece until further notice, and a Trinity College London Grade 7 exam piece until the end of 2022

The third movement To Home is a Trinity College London Grade 8 exam piece until the end of 2022

This delightful piece, written for Laura Sheppard when a student at Trinity College London, is beautifully written for both horn and piano.

The first movement The Happy Fox was an Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM) exam piece for Grade 8 between 2004 and 2012, has been a London College of Music Grade 8 exam piece since 2011, and has been a Trinity College London Grade 8 exam piece since 1998.

The second movement Idyll was an Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM) exam piece for Grade 7 between 2004 and 2012, and a Trinity College London Performers Certificate exam piece between 1998 and 2004.  Idyll has been a London College of Music Grade 7 exam piece since 2011, and has also been a Trinity College London Grade 7 exam piece since 2002.

The third and last movement To Home! was an Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM) exam piece for Grade 8 between 2004 and 2012, a Guildhall School of Music and Drama Grade 7 exam piece between 1996 and 1999, and has been a Trinity College London Grade 8 exam piece since 2004.

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This short piece for hosepipe is absolutely brilliant if played at a lick, and is the perfect encore to send an audience home smiling. Written for the composer to play on a tour of the West Country with the Bristol Sinfonia, it has been performed internationally.

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This short piece for hosepipe is absolutely brilliant if played at a lick, and is the perfect encore to send an audience home smiling. Written for the composer to play on a tour of the West Country with the Bristol Sinfonia, it has been performed internationally.

£22.95

Written for the Hermes Ensemble with the composer being the horn player, Castle of Dreams is a companion piece for the Brahms Horn Trio and is of similar difficulty.

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Written for the Hermes Ensemble with the composer being the horn player, Castle of Dreams is a companion piece for the Brahms Horn Trio and is of similar difficulty.

£6.95

Written in memory of Lennie Clarke, who was a fellow student at the Royal Academy of Music, and played by the composer at a memorial concert. The work has been used in final recitals at the Royal Academy of Music and Trinity College of Music.

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Written in memory of Lennie Clarke, who was a fellow student at the Royal Academy of Music, and played by the composer at a memorial concert. The work has been used in final recitals at the Royal Academy of Music and Trinity College of Music.

£7.95

A lovely suite of pieces based on images of different animals. Written for Sally Mays and broadcast by her on ABC. For studios and schools.

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A lovely suite of pieces based on images of different animals. Written for Sally Mays and broadcast by her on ABC. For studios and schools.

£7.95

Written for Sally Mays and broadcast by her on ABC, each movement is a musical sketch of one of Sally's friends, mostly distinguished musicians.

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Written for Sally Mays and broadcast by her on ABC, each movement is a musical sketch of one of Sally's friends, mostly distinguished musicians.

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This piece takes its title of Lyric Suite from that by Edvard Grieg, a composer much admired by the arranger. There is no attempt to imitate his style, but Grieg said that he wanted to make houses for people to live in rather than build cathedrals, and that is very much the thought behind these pieces.

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This piece takes its title of Lyric Suite from that by Edvard Grieg, a composer much admired by the arranger. There is no attempt to imitate his style, but Grieg said that he wanted to make houses for people to live in rather than build cathedrals, and that is very much the thought behind these pieces.

£12.95

Written for Thames Brass, a successful professional brass ensemble in which the horn player at the time was one of the composer's former students. Having spent much of his life as a horn player, and having also had the honour of working with the finest players, in Movements for Brass the composer explores the sonorities of brass in a way that is rewarding to play.

£8.95

Written for Thames Brass, a successful professional brass ensemble in which the horn player at the time was one of the composer's former students. Having spent much of his life as a horn player, and having also had the honour of working with the finest players, in Movements for Brass the composer explores the sonorities of brass in a way that is rewarding to play.

£6.95

Written for Thames Brass, a successful professional brass ensemble in which the horn player at the time was one of the composer's former students. Having spent much of his life as a horn player, and having also had the honour of working with the finest players, in Movements for Brass the composer explores the sonorities of brass in a way that is rewarding to play.

£11.95

Written for players at the Centre for Young Musicians in London where the composer Gordon Carr taught for thirty years.

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Written for players at the Centre for Young Musicians in London where the composer Gordon Carr taught for thirty years.

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Written for players at the Centre for Young Musicians in London where the composer Gordon Carr taught for thirty years.

£5.95

Miniatures like snap shots in an album.

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Miniatures like snap shots in an album.

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This charming four movement work, that aptly sounds like the title, is heavily influenced by twentieth century masters. The first movement dances between key signatures, creating the feeling of puppets not altogether in control of their faculties, while the second movement is unashamedly intense in character. The third movement includes some very nice jazz-like voicing at the beginning of the movement, with Carr using all the piano registers to add depth and colour. The Latin flavour of the final movement is a total departure from the previous three movements, bringing the ear back to the ballet again, this time in a fiery dance. The asymmetrical rhythms, shifting time signatures and registers, and the once-again intense chromatics jar us back to the herky-jerky puppets as they summon their ersatz dance skills. For the advanced intermediate performer as well as seasoned professionals.

£7.95

This charming four movement work, that aptly sounds like the title, is heavily influenced by twentieth century masters. The first movement dances between key signatures, creating the feeling of puppets not altogether in control of their faculties, while the second movement is unashamedly intense in character. The third movement includes some very nice jazz-like voicing at the beginning of the movement, with Carr using all the piano registers to add depth and colour. The Latin flavour of the final movement is a total departure from the previous three movements, bringing the ear back to the ballet again, this time in a fiery dance. The asymmetrical rhythms, shifting time signatures and registers, and the once-again intense chromatics jar us back to the herky-jerky puppets as they summon their ersatz dance skills. For the advanced intermediate performer as well as seasoned professionals.

£5.95

Soliloquy was written for Laura Sheppard when she was a student at Trinity College of Music, and was an Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM) exam piece, as well as having been a Trinity College of Music grade 7 exam piece between 1998 and 2006. For studios, schools, colleges, conservatories and professionals.

£5.95

Soliloquy was written for Laura Sheppard when she was a student at Trinity College of Music, and was an Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM) exam piece, as well as having been a Trinity College of Music grade 7 exam piece between 1998 and 2006. For studios, schools, colleges, conservatories and professionals.

£15.95

Written for Trinity College of Music where the composer Gordon Carr was a professor for eighteen years. Fun music and rhythmically demanding.

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Written for Trinity College of Music where the composer Gordon Carr was a professor for eighteen years. Fun music and rhythmically demanding.

£6.95

Written for Trinity College of Music where the composer Gordon Carr was a professor for eighteen years. Fun music and rhythmically demanding.