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  • Easy Winners Piano Accompaniment for Bassoon, Mini-bassoon and Tenoroon
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    arr Robert Ramskill & Peter Lawrance

    Easy Winners Piano Accompaniment for Bassoon, Mini-bassoon and Tenoroon

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    Instrument: piano accompaniment bassoon mini-bassoon tenoroon
    Catalogue No: 0332PA
    ISMN No: 9790570660285

    Optional piano accompaniment book. The simple piano accompaniments have been especially arranged:

    Alla Hornpipe • Alleluia • Autumn Leaves • Barcarolle • Basse Dance No.2 • Caravan • Castle on a Cloud • Charleston • A Clare Benediction • Fascinatin' Rhythm • Feather Theme • Fly Me to the Moon • Gjendines Wiegenlied • Hogwart's March • Hornpipe • Hushabye Mountain • In Dreams • Love Story Theme • The Mallow Fling • Maria • The Marvelous Toy • A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square • Oom Pah Pah • Slavonic Dance No.1 • Someone to Watch Over Me • Spanish Flea • Wooden Heart
    ROBERT RAMSKILL
    Robert Ramskill was born in Leeds in 1950. He studied music at the University College of Wales, Aberystwyth where his composition tutors were Ian Parrott and David Harries. In 1975 he was appointed to the post of Lecturer at the Coventry School of Music. He is currently Principal Lecturer in Music at Coventry University and is responsible for the running of the University's two B.A. music courses.
    Robert Ramskill has written works which range from those written for young and amateur musicians, at all ability levels, through to those composed for professional performance. His output includes orchestral and choral music, piano pieces, works for a variety of wind and brass ensembles (including wind and brass bands), and pieces for various chamber ensembles.
    Works include an anthem written for the choristers of St. Paul's Cathedral, a Tuba Concerto (written for the tuba virtuoso, Colin Sneade, who has played it in this country and abroad), a Piano Concerto (premiered by Julian Hellaby and the Leamington Chamber Orchestra in Leamington in February 1998), and a 'Jazz Impromptu' for violin and piano which was selected for the final stage of the 'UK and Eire Composers' Platform and performed in the Purcell Room, London, in December 2000 by Adam and Catherine Summerhayes. This last piece has also been recorded commercially on the Sargasso label. Most recently he was commissioned (with funds from the Arts Council of England) to write a piece for two pianos which, in April and May 2004, was performed in Coventry, Leicester, Lancaster, Radley College, Dartington and at the CBSO centre in Birmingham by Peter Noke and Julian Hellaby.
    Robert Ramskill has written many albums of music for the Brasswind Publications catalogue and a number solo brass pieces from these albums are set in the current syllabuses of all the major practical examination boards.
    He is also very active as an arranger, and is a regular contributor of arrangements to BBC Television and Radio programmes, most notably for BBC 1's 'Songs of Praise'. He wrote three of the arrangements for the 40th anniversary edition of the programme in 2001 which featured the BBC Concert Orchestra and The Royal Society Chorus (amongst a number of other choirs).

    PETER LAWRANCE
    Peter Lawrance had lessons with James Brown at the Royal Academy of Music after which he attended Liverpool and Reading Universities, studying composition with Hugh Wood and the horn with James Eastham. He then followed an extensive career in playing and teaching, including working as head of an instrumental teaching service and as an examiner for the Guildhall School of Music.
    His educational music and compositions for brass, wind and orchestra have been widely published and performed.

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