£5.95

Nicknamed Gartenschlauch Serenade, this wacky best selling musical joke is performed on a 12 foot garden hose.

£5.95

Nicknamed Gartenschlauch Serenade, this wacky best selling musical joke is performed on a 12 foot garden hose.

£6.95

An arrangement by Martin Parry of one of Albéniz's most haunting and evocative pieces.

£6.95

An arrangement by Martin Parry of one of Albéniz's most haunting and evocative pieces.

£3.75

The first movement is a Fantasia, which contains elements of sonata, rondo, and fugue. The slow movement that follows ended up more turbulent and impassioned than the composer had originally anticipated, having been written at the time of the funeral of a friend. The final movement is in complete contrast, and is meant to be carefree and light-hearted. It began as a Tarantella, a lively dance, but during the course of its composition, the composer decided to try and incorporate a Welsh element into what is originally a Spanish Dance. As a result a well known Welsh tune emerges in the texture of the dance, in the beginning hidden away so that its first fragmentary statement may well be missed altogether. Gradually the tune becomes more insistent until it eventually dominates the final section of the movement, by which time only a tone deaf listener could fail to recognise it! For secondary schools, colleges and conservatories.

£2.50

The first movement is a Fantasia, which contains elements of sonata, rondo, and fugue. The slow movement that follows ended up more turbulent and impassioned than the composer had originally anticipated, having been written at the time of the funeral of a friend. The final movement is in complete contrast, and is meant to be carefree and light-hearted. It began as a Tarantella, a lively dance, but during the course of its composition, the composer decided to try and incorporate a Welsh element into what is originally a Spanish Dance. As a result a well known Welsh tune emerges in the texture of the dance, in the beginning hidden away so that its first fragmentary statement may well be missed altogether. Gradually the tune becomes more insistent until it eventually dominates the final section of the movement, by which time only a tone deaf listener could fail to recognise it! For secondary schools, colleges and conservatories.

£2.50

The first movement is a Fantasia, which contains elements of sonata, rondo, and fugue. The slow movement that follows ended up more turbulent and impassioned than the composer had originally anticipated, having been written at the time of the funeral of a friend. The final movement is in complete contrast, and is meant to be carefree and light-hearted. It began as a Tarantella, a lively dance, but during the course of its composition, the composer decided to try and incorporate a Welsh element into what is originally a Spanish Dance. As a result a well known Welsh tune emerges in the texture of the dance, in the beginning hidden away so that its first fragmentary statement may well be missed altogether. Gradually the tune becomes more insistent until it eventually dominates the final section of the movement, by which time only a tone deaf listener could fail to recognise it! For secondary schools, colleges and conservatories.

£9.95

The first movement is a Fantasia, which contains elements of sonata, rondo, and fugue. The slow movement that follows ended up more turbulent and impassioned than the composer had originally anticipated, having been written at the time of the funeral of a friend. The final movement is in complete contrast, and is meant to be carefree and light-hearted. It began as a Tarantella, a lively dance, but during the course of its composition, the composer decided to try and incorporate a Welsh element into what is originally a Spanish Dance. As a result a well known Welsh tune emerges in the texture of the dance, in the beginning hidden away so that its first fragmentary statement may well be missed altogether. Gradually the tune becomes more insistent until it eventually dominates the final section of the movement, by which time only a tone deaf listener could fail to recognise it! For secondary schools, colleges and conservatories.

£2.50

The first movement is a Fantasia, which contains elements of sonata, rondo, and fugue. The slow movement that follows ended up more turbulent and impassioned than the composer had originally anticipated, having been written at the time of the funeral of a friend. The final movement is in complete contrast, and is meant to be carefree and light-hearted. It began as a Tarantella, a lively dance, but during the course of its composition, the composer decided to try and incorporate a Welsh element into what is originally a Spanish Dance. As a result a well known Welsh tune emerges in the texture of the dance, in the beginning hidden away so that its first fragmentary statement may well be missed altogether. Gradually the tune becomes more insistent until it eventually dominates the final section of the movement, by which time only a tone deaf listener could fail to recognise it! For secondary schools, colleges and conservatories.

£3.75

The first movement is a Fantasia, which contains elements of sonata, rondo, and fugue. The slow movement that follows ended up more turbulent and impassioned than the composer had originally anticipated, having been written at the time of the funeral of a friend. The final movement is in complete contrast, and is meant to be carefree and light-hearted. It began as a Tarantella, a lively dance, but during the course of its composition, the composer decided to try and incorporate a Welsh element into what is originally a Spanish Dance. As a result a well known Welsh tune emerges in the texture of the dance, in the beginning hidden away so that its first fragmentary statement may well be missed altogether. Gradually the tune becomes more insistent until it eventually dominates the final section of the movement, by which time only a tone deaf listener could fail to recognise it! For secondary schools, colleges and conservatories.

£43.75

Your purchase will consist of the following set of Parts:

     5 x First Violin
     4 x Second Violin
     3 x Viola
     2 x 'Cello
     1 x Double Bass

Extra parts available on request


The first movement is a Fantasia, which contains elements of sonata, rondo, and fugue. The slow movement that follows ended up more turbulent and impassioned than the composer had originally anticipated, having been written at the time of the funeral of a friend. The final movement is in complete contrast, and is meant to be carefree and light-hearted. It began as a Tarantella, a lively dance, but during the course of its composition, the composer decided to try and incorporate a Welsh element into what is originally a Spanish Dance. As a result a well known Welsh tune emerges in the texture of the dance, in the beginning hidden away so that its first fragmentary statement may well be missed altogether. Gradually the tune becomes more insistent until it eventually dominates the final section of the movement, by which time only a tone deaf listener could fail to recognise it! For secondary schools, colleges and conservatories.

£9.95

The first movement is a Fantasia, which contains elements of sonata, rondo, and fugue. The slow movement that follows ended up more turbulent and impassioned than the composer had originally anticipated, having been written at the time of the funeral of a friend. The final movement is in complete contrast, and is meant to be carefree and light-hearted. It began as a Tarantella, a lively dance, but during the course of its composition, the composer decided to try and incorporate a Welsh element into what is originally a Spanish Dance. As a result a well known Welsh tune emerges in the texture of the dance, in the beginning hidden away so that its first fragmentary statement may well be missed altogether. Gradually the tune becomes more insistent until it eventually dominates the final section of the movement, by which time only a tone deaf listener could fail to recognise it! For secondary schools, colleges and conservatories.

£6.95

Alfonso Cavallaro's Serenade, like its sister composition Tango (also published by Broadbent & Dunn), is essentially a very tonal concert piece, loosely modelled after those of Fritz Kreisler. The composition assumes the familiar 'three-part song form' and is usually performed with Tango.

£6.95

Alfonso Cavallaro's Serenade, like its sister composition Tango (also published by Broadbent & Dunn), is essentially a very tonal concert piece, loosely modelled after those of Fritz Kreisler. The composition assumes the familiar 'three-part song form' and is usually performed with Tango.

£7.95

Bach's vocal style has been accused, quite justly, of being entirely instrumental in origin - therefore this excerpt from the Mass in B Minor is particularly well suited to this arrangement for string quartet by Carlo Martelli.

£7.95

Bach's vocal style has been accused, quite justly, of being entirely instrumental in origin - therefore this excerpt from the Mass in B Minor is particularly well suited to this arrangement for string quartet by Carlo Martelli.

£3.95

Bach's vocal style has been accused, quite justly, of being entirely instrumental in origin - therefore this excerpt from the Mass in B Minor is particularly well suited to this arrangement for string quartet by Carlo Martelli.

£3.95

Bach's vocal style has been accused, quite justly, of being entirely instrumental in origin - therefore this excerpt from the Mass in B Minor is particularly well suited to this arrangement for string quartet by Carlo Martelli.

£6.95

During his 27 years as cantor at St. Thomas's in Leipzig, Bach wrote over 160 cantatas for the various festivals of the church year. This arrangement by Carlo Martelli is of one of the best known numbers of these works.

£6.95

During his 27 years as cantor at St. Thomas's in Leipzig, Bach wrote over 160 cantatas for the various festivals of the church year. This arrangement by Carlo Martelli is of one of the best known numbers of these works.

£3.95

During his 27 years as cantor at St. Thomas's in Leipzig, Bach wrote over 160 cantatas for the various festivals of the church year. This arrangement by Carlo Martelli is of one of the best known numbers of these works.

£3.95

During his 27 years as cantor at St. Thomas's in Leipzig, Bach wrote over 160 cantatas for the various festivals of the church year. This arrangement by Carlo Martelli is of one of the best known numbers of these works.

£6.95

The arranger Carlo Martelli has amused himself, and he hopes his audience, by combining Bach's famous melody with Puccini's Nessun Dorma which translated means, of course, 'None shall sleep' - hence Sleepers Awake!

£6.95

The arranger Carlo Martelli has amused himself, and he hopes his audience, by combining Bach's famous melody with Puccini's Nessun Dorma which translated means, of course, 'None shall sleep' - hence Sleepers Awake!

£3.95

The arranger Carlo Martelli has amused himself, and he hopes his audience, by combining Bach's famous melody with Puccini's Nessun Dorma which translated means, of course, 'None shall sleep' - hence Sleepers Awake!

£3.95

The arranger Carlo Martelli has amused himself, and he hopes his audience, by combining Bach's famous melody with Puccini's Nessun Dorma which translated means, of course, 'None shall sleep' - hence Sleepers Awake!

£9.95

In his Three by series Stephen Morland has compiled and edited favourite themes in an interesting and challenging way. These flute quartets, in this case Bach's Sleepers Wake, Jesu' Joy and Sheep May Safely Graze, have been delightfully arranged in such a manner that students of varying ability can have a rewarding and enjoyable musical experience. For schools, studios and professionals.

£7.95

In his Three by series Stephen Morland has compiled and edited favourite themes in an interesting and challenging way. These flute quartets, in this case Bach's Sleepers Wake, Jesu' Joy and Sheep May Safely Graze, have been delightfully arranged in such a manner that students of varying ability can have a rewarding and enjoyable musical experience. For schools, studios and professionals.

£4.95

In his Three by series Stephen Morland has compiled and edited favourite themes in an interesting and challenging way. These flute quartets, in this case Bach's Sleepers Wake, Jesu' Joy and Sheep May Safely Graze, have been delightfully arranged in such a manner that students of varying ability can have a rewarding and enjoyable musical experience. For schools, studios and professionals.

£10.95

Two Bach fugues arranged effectively for brass quintet by Ian Lawrence. For schools, studios and professionals.