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Christ is Born!
Using carols of an earlier age, this major Christmas work attempts to express the reality of the coming of Jesus.
Based on the song Dare to be a Daniel, this imaginative work is a colourful and descriptive setting that utilizes modern-day jazz idioms.
God is Love
Congregational Song Accompaniment
arr. Kenneth Smith
A bright and energetic arrangement of the popular song Come, let us all unite to sing.
Lift Jesus High
This selection includes three choruses from the 1970’s, 80’s and 90’s that promote the theme of moving forward step by step into the future by lifting Jesus high.
Festive Overture Op. 96
trs. William Gordon
An extremely challenging transcription of an orchestral overture by Russian composer Dmitri Shostakovich that is sure to push any brass band to its limit.
Glorious and Free
An exhilarating quasi old styled street march based around O Canada.
Western Fantasy -
Garments of Praise
This exciting concert piece features the songs Garments of Praise and Love lifted Me, while drawing its musical inspiration from the western film genre.
arr. Kevin Hayward
A great crowd pleasing trombone solo using the song Joshua Fit the Battle of Jericho in several different settings and cleverly arranged by Kevin Hayward.
A Latin Christmas
A lively Christmas piece written in a Latin feel using a trio of carols.
Spirit of Adventure
Purely a concert work, this challenging rhapsody is entirely original material from Kevin Norbury.
This suite is a descriptive work that portrays three different facets of the nature of Christ, using mostly original material by composer Kevin Norbury.
Big Band Arrangement
A bright and energetic concert piece that has proven to be a crowd pleaser for years featuring the songs O Happy Day and Praise God I’m Saved, all arranged in a big band style.
A three movement Easter suite based upon the composer’s own original choral works.
Unto the Hills and I’m living on the mountain are the tunes featured in this lively and appropriately titled concert march.
Overture to a Joyous Occasion
Morley F. Calvert
Old Hundredth, Lift Up the Banner and other familiar melodies are used in this overture as it jumps from style to style, finishing off with big broad ending.