£6.95

Following a bell-like introduction, the O Holy Night melody is heard in different colours, first on the flutes mid register, then in the piano bass, back to the flute and its higher register and then in a more chordal manner from the piano's treble. This arrangement by Rebecca Faith has a definite gradual growth in richness and emotion, climaxing at the key change where the flute is heard playing a very passion filled counter melody.

£24.95

Six movements, starting with Quick March which requires some fast and neat tonguing from all members of the quintet. The Polka which follows is full of colour and requires dexterous trumpet playing. The third movement Blues is a long way from a traditional New Orleans blues - with its melancholy mood and Debussy like harmony it is more like a small impressionist tone poem. Merry Waltz is followed by Preamble, a gentle, atmospheric piece at a leisurely walking tempo. The final movement of this suite Tarandtango (Tarantango) cleverly combines two dances, the energetic tarantella and the elegant tango, resulting in an exciting and virtuoso finale.

£12.95

An original work from the pen of the late and celebrated hornist Alan Civil.

£11.95

A fine work for wind quintet by the late Alan Civil.

£8.95

An exciting original work by Alan Civil.

£5.95

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

£5.95

An original work from the pen of the late and celebrated hornist Alan Civil.

£6.95

An original work from the pen of the late and celebrated hornist Alan Civil.

£8.95

Another original work by by the late and celebrated hornist Alan Civil.

£10.95

This arrangement of familiar nursery rhymes was intended as a means of introducing younger children to the medium of the brass quintet. Each rhyme is dressed in a musical identity, with each player given plenty of note activity. Some rhymes are slightly tongue in cheek while others are blatantly satirical. The work opens and closes with the rhyme Oranges and Lemons and the medley runs logically lasting for 5 to 6 minutes. It is an ideal encore item or light alternative to follow a quintet that might have challenged both performer and listener. A Medley of Rhymes for Five Brass is a popular addition to serious concert programmes.

£11.95

Written as a commission from Duo Dunamis for classical recitals. Each movement draws upon different idioms of jazz styles and requires a wide range of sounds and effects from the violin. The opening Dance contains cross rhythms of 2's and 3's with the middle section making much of the interval of the perfect 5th. Quasi Rag borrows from 1930's ragtime, while The Ballad of an Original Theme opens with an expressive improvisory violin solo. Blues Plus One, named after the 13 bar pattern (the standard blues is 12 bars) makes much use of stride piano and there is much interplay between violin and piano.

£7.95

This short piece was composed for the 15th anniversary celebrations of the Mainstreet Brass quintet in the U.S.A. It is an ideal opener for a variety of occasions. The work is tonal with some note clusters, providing a contemporary edge to its character, while its style alludes to the French school of writers. Following an expectant and anticipatory opening it builds to the main Allegro middle section of the piece. The work closes with echoing references, over a dominant pedal, to the main theme.

£9.95

Good music for beginners, these six miniatures, entitled Horns on ParadePromenadeThe Sunday WalkTick-Tock MarchPastoraleSong and The Wild Goose Chase, provide the student with plenty of dynamics and a playing range from G below middle C to D, the ninth above middle C. There is a good variety of meters, tempos, rhythmic and melodic content. Students are introduced to note values and their importance in the first movement, while the fourth movement gives the opportunity for the student to experience the classical/natural horn part. Finishing with a wild goose chase in 6/8 time, the beginner also encounters a 'D.S. al Coda' - a good example of musical geography.

£11.95

These fine miniatures for horn quartet are the first of two sets intended as a way of providing the young horn student with the opportunity to familiarise themselves with the quartet sound and experience. Traditional harmony prevails, providing the musicians with the opportunity to hear and work at sectional balance and part discipline. These quartets are a lighter addition to the Fripperies. For the intermediate student.

£21.95

This attractive and well laid out piece, by Essex composer Alan Danson, is generally tonal and contains interesting rhythmic interplay and changes of time to keep performers (and listeners!) on their toes.

£12.95

Composed for the Peartree Trio of Peoria in the U.S.A., each miniature is a musical character in terms of styles, settings and trends of yesteryear and today. The Knot Garden evokes the ornate design of gardens of the Elizabethan age and contains many turns and ornaments, providing a good platform to demonstrate the unique blend of double reed players. At the other extreme Double Reed Workout in 7/8 time gives trio members a consistent work out of parts and a modern feel to this historical combination of instruments. The Old Eccentric with ungainly intervals, melodic lines and little turns of phrase represents an old world of mustaches, monocles and old Bentleys. The closing movement Concert Champetre is a playful Gigue in the mood of Champetre times of the past.

£7.95

This arrangement by Carlo Martelli is of a dance in triple time known as a Sequidilla in its native Spain. It is the seventh of eight movements from the Suite Española and is ideal for colleges, conservatories and professionals.

£4.95

This arrangement by Carlo Martelli is of a dance in triple time known as a Sequidilla in its native Spain. It is the seventh of eight movements from the Suite Española and is ideal for colleges, conservatories and professionals.

£6.95

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

£7.95

The music of this Catalan born composer is always melodically charming, if without any particular emotional depth - this movement, arranged by Carlo Martelli, from his Spanish Suite is no exception.

£3.95

The music of this Catalan born composer is always melodically charming, if without any particular emotional depth - this movement, arranged by Carlo Martelli, from his Spanish Suite is no exception.

£7.95

This arrangement by Carlo Martelli is the third of eight movements from Suite Española and is ideal for colleges, conservatories and professionals.

£4.95

This arrangement by Carlo Martelli is the third of eight movements from Suite Española and is ideal for colleges, conservatories and professionals.

£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 Tango, like its sister composition Serenade (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 Serenade.

£4.95

Study Number Four Le Basquish is a London College of Music Grade 8 Exam Piece until further notice

This delightful piece, written for Laura Sheppard when a student at Trinity College of Music, is beautifully written for both horn and piano. Written to reflect the joyful kinaesthetic approach that eurhythmics brings to music. These short unaccompanied pieces are tuneful rather than atonal, although they not particularly rooted in one key. The style of the first is freely declamatory but in a haunting mood, requiring rubato and a wide dynamic range. The second piece is in a waltz style, with a sweeping tune and off beat figures, as if the horn is playing both the solo and its own accompaniment. The third piece is in ternary form in a bouncy hunting horn style with a staccato middle section. The final piece is the most virtuosi and swings along quickly with a jazzy feel, despite the 5/8 time signature. Useful pieces for the intermediate student, yet with enough substance for the more experienced. For studios, schools and use in music colleges as quick study material for fun, or as rewarding sight-reading material. Study One (Four Note Piece) was a Trinity College London exam piece between 1998 and 2001, while Study Two (One Two Three) was a Trinity College London exam piece between 1998 and 2004. Studies Three (Five Note Piece) and Four (La Basquish) were Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM) exam pieces for grades 6 and 8 respectively between 2004 and 2012. Study Four (La Basquish) has been a London College of Music grade 8 exam piece since 2011.

£18.95

Written in romantic tonal language Beighton's Sonata for 'Cello and Piano is concerned with the exploration of classical form and its relevance in the 21st century. The first movement is in Sonata Rondo form, which makes much use of continuous development and explores the lyrical nature of the cello. The Scherzo is in Sonata form and makes a great deal of use of retrograde and augmentation as developmental tools. The Finale is a theme and variations in the style of a Baroque Gigue.