Festival Fanfare for grand orchestra, wind band and others (first print)
Phillip Andrew Brookes
(b. Allbrook, Hampshire, 10 December 1952)
This fanfare was written for a symphonic wind band festival held at Liverpool Hope University in November 2015. It is constructed so that shorter sections may be used independently for other occasional events, such as graduation ceremonies. It bears the dedication για Ευτέρπη (for Euterpe) – in honour of the Muse of Music.
The Festival Fanfare is a work of practical use, originally for wind band but playable (with additional strings) by a large orchestra. Details of various performance possibilities are listed in the score.
E-flat Clarinet / 3 B-flat Clarinets / Bass Clarinet / 2 Alto Saxophones / Tenor Saxophone /
Baritone Saxophone / 4 Horns in F / 3 Trumpets in B-flat / 3 Trombones / Euphonium / Tuba / Timpani /
Percussion / Organ (ad lib.)
Violin 1 / Violin 2 / Viola / Cello / Bass
Phillip Brookes, 2016
Performance materials are available from the Musikproduktion Höflich, Munich (https://musikmph.de). The standard set is for wind band, but an additional set provides a full set of strings.
The Phillip Brookes Collection
225 x 320 mm