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    Jonathan Dove

    Fairest Isle Fanfare

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    Instrument: orchestral brass (score and parts)
    Grade: slightly difficult
    Catalogue No: 9044
    ISMN No: 9790570277285

    Scored for 2 trumpets • 4 horns • 3 trombones • tuba
    This set includes additional parts for horn in Eb, trombones in treble clef and Eb bass.

    Written for the BBC and played for the Queen, it is based on music by Henry Purcell and is in a contemporary but tonal idiom.
    Jonathan Dove
    Jonathan Dove, born in 1959, is best known as a composer of operas and choral music. He has written a dozen operas, including the successful airport-comedy Flight for Glyndebourne. Nearly a million people in the UK watched his television opera When She Died, broadcast by Channel 4 in 2002.

    Choral music includes The Three Kings for King's College Cambridge. Instrumental works include a string quartet, a saxophone quartet, a flute concerto, a trombone concerto and a concerto for trumpet, saxophone and strings. He has written scores for over thirty plays, and has been Music Adviser to the Almeida Theatre since 1990. He is currently Artistic Director of the Spitalfields Festival.

    Photo credit:Dylan Collard
    Instrumentation Sample

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