Amazing Grace
(Symphonic Variations)
This work, which uses John Newton's well-known hymn, is published in a flexible arrangement, for band alone , but with optional parts for voice and organ
The traditional Maori war-like greeting  which  can be very useful in a themed concert programme
Fanfare Fugato
Composed for The Market Harborough Band and their Musical Director Keith Brintcliffe
Into the Light
Specially composed for the World Music Festival in Kerkrade, Holland and performed by The Cory Band in their winning programme at this Contest in 2009
Kirton One-Forty
A March composed  for The Kirton Band from Lincolnshire
Norwegian Blue
Recorded by The Cory Band and their conductor Robert Childs on the Kirklees album "Men of Stone"
Swinging Matilda
Performed by The Black Dyke Band and Nicholas Childs on their Australian Tour in 2009
Finale Symphony No. 3 (Organ Symphony) Saint-Saens
A superb arrangement by Wilby which shows brass bands off in this great number suitable as an opener or finale
Black Dyke Hymn Books 1, 2 & 3
These popular publications feature hymns which were used on the BBC  TV "Songs of Praise" series featuring Black Dyke and The Huddersfield Choral Society
Great Redeemer (Processional & Hymn)
Specially arranged for The Lindley Band
Onward Christian Soldiers
This popular Hymn Tune is a favourite with bands
The Day Thou Gavest (St. Clement)
Dedicated to Geoffrey Whitham and The Yorkshire Building Society Band. Recorded by top bands all over the world and a favourite choice at hymn tune contests
I Was Glad
Parry's classic number arranged for Band and Choir
Stainer's Crucifixion
Another choral classic arranged for Band and Choir
Wondrous Cross
Wilby's hymn setting of this popular hymn is available for band alone, or with choir
Grand March from "Scipio" Handel
The ever popular work in the form of a prelude and Fugue
In a Monastery Garden Ketelby - recorded by The Black Dyke Band on Cathedral Brass II
Hallelujah Chorus - Handel - Reproduced from The Black Dyke Bans 1855 part books
Cinema - Brass Band and Organ



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