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Classic FM: Land of Hope and Glory (Piano Solo/Score)


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Classic FM: Land of Hope and Glory is a rousing collection of epic British music featuring some of the finest celebratory melodies ever composed, arranged for piano solo. From tunes which evoke the warmth of summer proms concerts, to the pomp and pageantry of a regal coronation, all the pieces in this collection are superbly arranged for intermediate level piano. Including Pomp & Circumstance March No.1, Rule Britannia, Nimrod, I Vow To Thee My Country and Jerusalem.  

Publisher: Faber Music

ISBN: 0571534791

Item Code: 0571534791

Price: £7.99
Availability:In stock Territory restrictions apply, see Add. Info

Genre(s): Classical

Language: English

Difficulty Level: Intermediate

Series: Classic fm

Score/Parts: Score

Territories: Item available in Europe

  • Piano
  1. Crown Imperial (Walton)
  2. I Vow To Thee, My Country from The Planets Suite (Holst)
  3. Rule Britannia (Arne)
  4. Nimrod from the ‘Enigma’ Variations Op. 36 (Elgar)
  5. Orb and Sceptre (Walton)
  6. I Was Glad (Parry)
  7. Knightsbridge March from the London Suite (Coates)
  8. Jerusalem (Parry)
  9. Drake’s Drum from Songs of the Sea (Stanford)
  10. The Old Superb from Songs of the Sea (Stanford)
  11. Fantasia on British Sea Songs (Wood)
  12. Pomp and Circumstance Op.39, March No. 1 (Elgar)

Land Of Hope and Glory, subtitled A Festival of Epic British Music, is a collection of 12 patriotic, celebratory British melodies. It includes everything you would expect, such as Jerusalem, I Was Glad, Rule Britannia and Crown Imperial. All are about Grade 4-6 standard and are arranged effectively By Barrie Carson Turner. These pieces capture memories of summer Proms and evoke the atmosphere of royal occasions. Really well arranged, they would give a pupil (probably an older, adult pupil) an enjoyable technical workout while playing tunes they know.

Music Teacher Magazine, May 2012

A wonderful selection of the most loved British festival pieces, in their glory.

John Brunning, Classic fm