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Difficulty: C=Championship Section; 1=First Section; 2=Second Section; 3=Third Section; 4=Fourth Section;
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Other pieces by Paul Lovatt-Cooper can be found here at Primavista. Come back soon to check for new pieces.

Emerald Skies: A beautiful medium tempo solo for either cornet or flugal commissioned by Ross Johnson and the Camberwell Citadel Band in Australia. Circa 4'00". Soloist: Grade 3 ABRSM.

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On the Castle Green: A grand concert march commissioned by the Third Carrickfergus Band to mark the occasion of their Golden Jubilee. Circa 4'30".

2+

Pound the Streets: A fast pounding rock number commissioned for the National Youth Brass Band of Scotland by the Scottish Brass Band Association for the Tartan Heart Festival 2010. Circa 3'30".

3+

Song for the Skies: Commissioned by tuba virtuoso Les Neish this piece is a simple yet beautiful solo for the E flat Tuba. It is a slow melody with a nice Celtic feel to it and is suitable for all tuba players who enjoy playing slow melodies. Circa 3'20". Soloist: Grade 4 ABRSM

4+

Wall of Sound: A real 'feel-good' piece that mixes the genres of dance, jazz, rock and funk that is an ideal showcase for band and soloists. Commissioned by Dr Nicholas Childs and Philip Biggs for the National Children's Band of Great Britain 2010. Circa 7'20".

3+

When Thunder Calls: When Thunder Calls has been composed and designed to make it a very effective way of starting a concert or a second half of a concert and when performed with all the choreography, this piece makes for an exciting addition to any concert repertoire. Circa 3'58".

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You've Been Warne'd: You’ve Been Warne’d was composed for the Oxted Band in memory of one of their players David Warne.

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