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  • Daily Liturgical Prayer Origins and Theology
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    Daily Liturgical Prayer Origins and Theology

    By: Gregory W. Woolfenden eBook

    Tracing the origins of daily prayer from the New Testament and Patristic period, through the Reformation and Renaissance to the present, this book examines the development of daily rites across a broad range of traditions including: Pre-Crusader Constantinopolitan, East and West Syrian, Coptic and… More

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  • A Flourish for Wind Band
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    A Flourish for Wind Band

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    Flourish for Wind Band was arranged by Guy Woolfenden from Arnold's Flourish for Orchestra (Op.112), which was written to celebrate the 500th anniversary of the granting of a Charter to the City of Bristol. It was first performed by the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra. More

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  • A Flourish for Wind Band
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    A Flourish for Wind Band

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    Flourish for Wind Band was arranged by Guy Woolfenden from Arnold's Flourish for Orchestra (Op.112), which was written to celebrate the 500th anniversary of the granting of a Charter to the City of Bristol. It was first performed by the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra. More

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  • Irish Reel
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    Irish Reel

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    Score and parts for Irish Reel, arranged for wind band by Guy Woolfenden. This rousing piece was originally composed as title music for "Around the Village Green", a documentary film exploring changes to rural life in East Anglia. In the work Britten makes use of the folk tune "The Bottom of the… More

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  • Irish Reel
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    Irish Reel

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    Score of Irish Reel, arranged for wind band by Guy Woolfenden. This rousing piece was originally composed as title music for "Around the Village Green", a documentary film exploring changes to rural life in East Anglia. In the work Britten makes use of the folk tune "The Bottom of the Punch Bowl".… More

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