TradeWinds Catalog

The TradeWinds series has been providing quality music to Wind and Concert Bands since 2007 and features music from James Curnow and Stephen Bulla from the USA, Peter Graham and Rob Wiffin from the UK and many others besides. The music ranges from hymn tune settings to marches, big band style arrangements to newly published original compositions. We have been trading at the Mid West Clinic since 2007 and had pieces featured by the visiting bands. You can also hear and see some of the most current music available from our Youtube channel:

Our music is published in three distinct categories that represent different sizes of orchestration: Bronze, Silver and Gold. Bronze represents a basic wind ensemble with 2 flutes, 3 clarinets, Alto and Tenor Sax’s, 2 trumpets,, horns and trombones, euphonium, tuba and percussion. In addition there are non essential parts. The Silver Series includes more fuller orchestration with more essential parts and of course the Gold Series a for full Symphonic Wind ensemble. The level of difficulty for each piece is represented by a numbers from 2 - 6 that most band conductor’s will be familiar with.

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  • Amazing Grace! (Band Gr. 2)
    Amazing Grace! (Band Gr. 2) $55.00 Choose Options
    This lush arrangement of the ever-popular Amazing Grace by Richard Phillips travels through several different moods, featuring masterful scoring and harmonization.Genre: Band | # of Players: Standard Level: 2 | Duration:...
  • Anthem of the Free (Dean Goffin)
    Anthem of the Free (Dean Goffin) $65.00 Choose Options
    Anthem of the Free is a fine march and was originally known as ‘Bel Hamid’. It was composed when the composer was serving in the Middle East as a regimental Bandmaster.Genre: Band | # of Players: Standard Level:...
  • Ask! (Larsson/Graham)
    Ask! (Larsson/Graham) $65.00 Choose Options
    Peter Graham is a well-known and highly respected composer and arranger and his mambo style arrangement of John Larsson's popular song Ask and It Shall Be Given has been widely used and well-received as part of the Salvation...
  • At the Splash with Sim
    At the Splash with Sim $65.00 Choose Options
    About 10 minutes walk from where I live there is a ford in a river. It is called The Splash and is one of my dog, Simba’s, favourite places. No day is complete for him without a swim in the Splash, no matter what the...
  • Barnaby Behaves Badly
    Barnaby Behaves Badly $65.00 Choose Options
    This vivacious programme number was written for Barnaby (more often known as Barney), Simba’s predecessor in our Golden Retriever succession. He was a very laid back and happy soul, not our brightest-ever retriever,...
  • Blue is the Sky (Charles Timberlake)
    Blue is the Sky (Charles Timberlake) $65.00 Choose Options
    For Blue is the Sky, Charles Timberlake collaborated with Geoff Lawson to provide an arrangement with a strong melodic line that would be most complimentary to Wind Band concerts and programmes.Genre: Band | # of Players:...
  • Call of the Righteous (Leslie Condon)
    Call of the Righteous (Leslie Condon) $125.00 Choose Options
    Call of the Righteous is a tone poem that uses the Gospel song melody "When the Roll is Called Up Yonder" as its main theme. Set in a fast-slow-fast form, this thrilling and dramatic work is accessible and listenable at...
  • Carol Fantasy, A (Eric Ball)
    Carol Fantasy, A (Eric Ball) $65.00 Choose Options
    The challenge of finding quality Christmas arrangements is one faced by all conductors, and this transcription of Eric Ball's A Carol Fantasy, which includes the tunes The Normandy Carol, , The Coventry Carol, and a final...
  • Celestial Prospect (Heaton)
    Celestial Prospect (Heaton) $85.00 Choose Options
    Celectial Prospect is a theme and variations on the classic Salvation Army tune 'Come, Comrades Dear.' The theme is simple and direct, while the following five variations contain much interest and originality including a...
  • Chassidic Dance
    Chassidic Dance $85.00 Choose Options
    Chassidic Dance imitates the style of an Ashkenazi Chassidic instrumental piece, which would be played by wandering bands of musicians, who would play for many occasions. The origin of this music is both Jewish and Eastern...
  • Christmas Calypso
    Christmas Calypso $65.00 Choose Options
    Listeners will instantly recognize the stylistic and thematic resemblances to the well-known 'Peanut Vendor' song that underpins this entertaining light-hearted Christmas arrangement. Based on the familiar Christmas song The...
  • Christmas Joy (Erik Leidzén)
    Christmas Joy (Erik Leidzén) $65.00 Choose Options
    Erik Leidzén's march Christmas Joy is one of the most rewarding and satisfying items of this genre and is arguably the Christmas march against which all others will be measured! Including references to Joy to the...
  • Christmas Mambo, A (David Edmonds)
    Christmas Mambo, A (David Edmonds) $75.00 Choose Options
    A Christmas Mambo is a Latin style arrangement of the popular Christmas carol God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen. It is a fun number that heavily features the percussion and could be enhanced by some visual creativity!Genre: Band...
  • Christmas Medley for Band
    Christmas Medley for Band $65.00 Choose Options
    Joy to the World, O Little Town of Bethlehem, Ding Dong, Merrily on High, Silent Night, Angels from the Realms of Glory, and The First Nowell are arranged in such a way that encourages either hearty singing from the audience...
  • Christmas Praise (Band Gr. 3)
    Christmas Praise (Band Gr. 3) $80.00 Choose Options
    This march by Australian composer Noel Jones will have the audience’s toes-tapping as it trips easily through, Hark, the Herald Angels Sing, God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen, the Normandy Carol and Away in a Manger.Genre:...
  • Commitment (Band Gr. 4)
    Commitment (Band Gr. 4) $65.00 Choose Options
    After creating a solo euphonium setting of Lloyd Scott's beautiful song I Have Not Much to Give Thee, Lord, Stephen Bulla took it a step further and added wind band accompaniment. The gorgeous simplicity of the melodic line...