Brass and Symphonic Wind Band Music
Music for a Brass Band (1962) Duration 12 Minutes: A suite of five movements commissioned by the Scottish Amateur Music Association. Intermezzo and Prelude were first performed by the National Youth Brass band of Scotland, conducted by Bryden Thomson, in Aberdeen on 18 July 1963. First complete performance: National Brass Band Championships of Great Britain (3rd Section), Fulham Town Hall, London, 16 October 1965.
Prelude, Musette, Dance, Intermezzo, March
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Gramophone recording: Music for a Brass band. The National Youth Brass Band of Scotland. Conductor: Frank Renton. Amadeus AMSCD027
Fair Women Like Fair Jewels Are (1963) Duration 10 minutes: Variations for Wind Octet on a song by Robert Jones. 2(Picc)112; 1100; 00000
First performed at the Royal College of Music Contemporary Music Society by Wind and Brass Students of the RCM, conducted by Kenneth Montgomery, 16 July 1963. Composer or Scottish Music Centre (Sale or Hire)
Concertino for Six Trumpets and Timpani (1965) Duration 8 minutes: Seven sketches written for Peter White and his friends while Dalby was still a student. First performed by trumpet ensemble conducted by Nigel Boddice, Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama, Glasgow, 16 November 1993.
Fanfare, Waltz, Trumpet Tune, Blues, Cantilena, Berceuse, Galop
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Yet Stille She is the Moon (1973) Duration 6 minutes: brass septet: 3 trumpets, 3 trombones & tuba
Commissioned by the Globe Playhouse Trust¹s Shakespeare Birthday Fund, for the London Symphony Orchestra¹s brass section, and first performed by them at Southwark Cathedral on 30 April 1973, conducted by Elgar Howarth.
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Equali (1998) Duration 5 minutes: trio for trumpets in B flat or horns in F
Originally known as Suite for Three Trumpets completed in November 1967. Completely rewritten and the work and its three movements renamed in October 1998 Carillon, Remanso, Rant
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A Plain Man’s Hammer (1984) Duration 12 minutes: symphonic wind band
Commissioned by the Dunbartonshire Wind Ensemble with funds provided by the Scottish Arts Council. First performance by the Dunbartonshire Wind Ensemble, conductor Trevor Green, at the Kelvin Hall, Glasgow, on 19 June 1985.
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CD Recording: Celebrations, West Lothian Celebrity Winds,
Musical Director: Nigel Boddice
(also contains music by John Maxwell Geddes, Thomas Wilson, Edward McGuire, Peter Inness, Cedric Thorpe Davie, Bruce Fraser, William Sweeney and Alan Fernie)
Available from Scottish Music Centre at £3.95
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Lively Man (1988) Duration 6 minutes: brass band
Commissioned by Easton H.B. Roy in memory of his father Donald Roy of Bannockburn. First performance by the National Youth Brass Band of Scotland conducted by Geoffrey Brand, at the Albert Hall, Stirling, on 6 August 1988, as part of the Stirling Festival. Novello & Company Ltd (Hire)
Flight Dreaming (1990) Duration 12 minutes: symphonic wind band
Commissioned by the Motherwell District Council as part of their Cultural Services Provision to the Community. First performance by the Motherwell Concert Band, conducted by Tim Reynish, at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama, Glasgow, on 22 September 1990, during the BASBWE conference held there that year. Novello & Company Limited (Hire)
Path (Prelude, Air and Fugue) (1992) Duration 12 minutes: brass band
Commissioned by the BBC for the BBC Band of the Year, 1992 and completed in September of that year. First performed by the RSAMD Brass Band, conducted by Nigel Boddice, in the Stevenson Hall, RSAMD, 7 March 1998.
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