£12.95

A brass sextet originally written for an ensemble of music students aged 16 to 18, but that is suitable for competent musicians of any age. The piece is attractive and accessible to any audience and is full of rich, exciting brass sounds with a tender middle section for solo horn. It provides an opportunity for the unusual grouping of sextet rather than the traditional brass quintet. The piece is also available in a version for orchestral instruments, which allows flexibility of instrumentation and of clefs.

£9.95

A brass sextet originally written for an ensemble of music students aged 16 to 18, but that is suitable for competent musicians of any age. The piece is attractive and accessible to any audience and is full of rich, exciting brass sounds with a tender middle section for solo horn. It provides an opportunity for the unusual grouping of sextet rather than the traditional brass quintet. The piece is also available in a version for orchestral instruments, which allows flexibility of instrumentation and of clefs.

£5.95

A brass sextet originally written for an ensemble of music students aged 16 to 18, but that is suitable for competent musicians of any age. The piece is attractive and accessible to any audience and is full of rich, exciting brass sounds with a tender middle section for solo horn. It provides an opportunity for the unusual grouping of sextet rather than the traditional brass quintet. The piece is also available in a version for orchestral instruments, which allows flexibility of instrumentation and of clefs.

£12.95

A brass sextet originally written for an ensemble of music students aged 16 to 18, but that is suitable for competent musicians of any age. The piece is attractive and accessible to any audience and is full of rich, exciting brass sounds with a tender middle section for solo horn. It provides an opportunity for the unusual grouping of sextet rather than the traditional brass quintet. The piece is also available in a version for brass band instruments, which allows flexibility of instrumentation and of clefs.

£9.95

A brass sextet originally written for an ensemble of music students aged 16 to 18, but that is suitable for competent musicians of any age. The piece is attractive and accessible to any audience and is full of rich, exciting brass sounds with a tender middle section for solo horn. It provides an opportunity for the unusual grouping of sextet rather than the traditional brass quintet. The piece is also available in a version for brass band instruments, which allows flexibility of instrumentation and of clefs.

£5.95

A brass sextet originally written for an ensemble of music students aged 16 to 18, but that is suitable for competent musicians of any age. The piece is attractive and accessible to any audience and is full of rich, exciting brass sounds with a tender middle section for solo horn. It provides an opportunity for the unusual grouping of sextet rather than the traditional brass quintet. The piece is also available in a version for brass band instruments, which allows flexibility of instrumentation and of clefs.

£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.

£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.

£11.95

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

£8.95

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

£5.95

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

£7.95

The four volumes of Steingold Graded Pieces for piano were originally written as a teaching aid, and also for the enjoyment of piano students. Each volume introduces a number of musical styles, from classical to modern, folk to jazz. All the pieces are colourful and imaginative, and every page offers new surprises. The books are a musical treasure chest into which pianists from beginners to advanced level might dip and find a variety of items, from the stillness of a solo meditation to the fireworks of a party piece! Because they were written as a teaching aid they also present the pianist with practice and preparation in the technical and musical aspects required for the Associated Boards of the Royal School of Music Examinations from Grade 1 through to Grade 8. The first three pieces of this fourth volume were included in the London College of Music exam syllabus from 1998 to 2009 for grade 7, while the last four pieces were included for grade 8.

£7.95

The four volumes of Steingold Graded Pieces for piano were originally written as a teaching aid, and also for the enjoyment of piano students. Each volume introduces a number of musical styles, from classical to modern, folk to jazz. All the pieces are colourful and imaginative, and every page offers new surprises. The books are a musical treasure chest into which pianists from beginners to advanced level might dip and find a variety of items, from the stillness of a solo meditation to the fireworks of a party piece! Because they were written as a teaching aid they also present the pianist with practice and preparation in the technical and musical aspects required for the Associated Boards of the Royal School of Music Examinations from Grade 1 through to Grade 8. The first three pieces of this fourth volume were included in the London College of Music exam syllabus from 1998 to 2009 for grade 7, while the last four pieces were included for grade 8.