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Composed by
James F. Hanley
Arranged by
Jock McKenzie
Price
£ 12.50 

Originally designed as a response to the rapidly changing creative world of 2020 amidst the unprecedented COVID disruptions; The Summer Chores was created as a motivational tool for home use over the summer months for students and teachers alike, the intension being that the performer plays all the parts to each piece while learning and experimenting how to record themselves, learn how to make a click-track, how to multi-track, mix, video-edit and more….

Welcome to Skool of Brass

  • For Conductors, Teachers and/or Students
  • Percussion Backing Tracks to accompany Superbrass Educational Material
  • Backing Tracks are Free to Download
  • We always use 4 bars of Introduction before each tune starts (unless otherwise stated)
  • Turn your Practice into a Performance and have fun !
  • 5 Trumpets
  • Also suitable for various combinations of brass instruments
  • All parts in Bb Treble Clef

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Description

This Tin Pan Alley Pop Song composed by Hanley with lyrics by Ballard MacDonald was first published in January 1917. Although it is not the state song of Indiana, it is perhaps the best-known song that pays tribute to the Hoosier state. Since 1946, it has been performed during pre-race ceremonies before the Indianapolis 500. Now recognised as a jazz standard,

“One of the all time great brass recordings OF ALL TIME”

Jiggs Whigham
International Jazz Trombone Soloist and Musical Director, BBC Big Band

“All cleverly arranged and beautifully played, with excellent sonics.”

John Sunier
Audiophile Audition

“The arrangements all sound fresh, and the playing is beyond reproach.”

Dr. Gavin Dixon
Classical CD Reviews

“Exploding onto the brass music scene with their debut album ‘Under the Spell of Spain’, the depth of versatility and virtuosity within the ranks of Superbrass has firmly secured it's place as one of the greatest large brass ensembles of all time”

Tom Davoren
Brass Band World

“Stunning playing all round and a perfect 'snapshot' of the incredibly high standards of performance in brass playing in London today."

Peter Bassano
Head of Brass Royal College of Music (retired)

“Many recordings over the last few decades have demonstrated the superb quality of British brass playing; 'Under the Spell of Spain' will rightfully take its place among them.”

Paul Sarcich
www.dailyclassicalmusic.com

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