March scores

Adjudicators and conductors often ask for full scores of marches where a full score was never published. This page is made available in the hope that it will save some Band secretaries and musical directors a lot of work.
Most of the marches are out of print so this might keep some of them alive.

To download the sheetmusic in PDF format, click on the PDF icon. To listen to a midi file of the piece, click on the little guy playing the tuba.

We appreciate your comments on the compositions and arrangements.

Aboriginal, The by Alex F. Lithgow
Not a politically correct title by today's standards, this march is very dense on march cards.
The titles for each section give a quaint and amusing insight into Australia in the early 20th Century. More Russian than "aboriginal".
This is a fairly challenging march for the front row cornets by the Australian composer because of lots of high notes.
Some doubling has been removed from divided parts where only one instrument would normally be playing, e.g. 2nd Horn. Inconsistencies in articulation have been modified.
Score and A4 parts provided.

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Albion by George Wadsworth
George Wadsworth was a noted conductor and adjudicator, like his father. Both were stone masons and were associated with the Shepley and Hepworth bands.
Probably written in the 1890s, this is a tough march for the "front row" cornets but easy for others. The Soprano player will surely enjoy hitting a top A as the first note!
This edition was transcribed from a battered hand-written score in the NSW Band Association Library.
Duration: about 4'30"

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Antipodes by Thomas Edward Bulch
Written in 1887 or maybe earlier in Ballarat, this is a good street march, suitable for lower grade and junior bands, though the Soprano part is very taxing.
Many inconsistencies of articulation have been resolved in this edition. Reed / woodwind parts, not included here, are available on request.
Thanks to Bob Pattie for supplying the scans of very old march cards.

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Annie of the Vale by Thomas Edward Bulch
Based on a song written by John Rogers Thomas in 1861, this is a good street march, suitable for lower grade and junior bands.
The 2nd Baritone part is a reconstruction, based on the Bulch formula.
Thanks to Bob Pattie for supplying the scans of very old march cards.

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Bathurst by Thomas Edward Bulch
Bathurst was the main settlement west of the Blue Mountains in Nineteenth Century New South Wales.
Obvious inconsistencies in the march card set (available for free download at https://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-170770012/view?partId=nla.obj-170770355#page/n1/mode/1up) have been corrected.
This "contest march" by the Australian composer is useful for street marches and lower grade contests. Not difficult.
Duration: 3'45" with (necessary) DC.

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Battle of Eureka by TE Bulch
The Eureka Stockade is a famous battle which occurred on 3rd December, 1854 in Victoria, Australia where miners fought police over the issue of mining permits.
This is an early march, published by the composer and now quite rare. Inconsistencies have been resolved where appropriate. Reed instrument parts have been omitted.
Thank you to Bob Pattie for providing scans of a very old set of march cards.
Though mostly straightforward, there are several difficulties that will challenge all but the best players. (Most of the band will mis-pitch the first note in Bar 91.)
Score, A4 parts provided.

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Belgian Guards by Thos. E. Bulch
This is a fairly easy march by the Australian composer and typical of his style.
Earlier editions of the march card set were inconsistent with articulations and some notes. This edition attempts to correct these inconsistencies.
An incomplete set of march cards, hand-written, is available for free download from http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-170829228
Thank you to John Whiteoak for supplying some missing parts. Score and A4 parts provided.

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Belle of Woolloomooloo by Alex F. Lithgow
Woolloomooloo is an old suburb of Sydney on the Harbour with historic connections with the Navy.
This is a fairly challenging march by the Australian composer. It is a test of range and attention to articulation.
Earlier editions of the march card set were inconsistent with articulations and some notes. This edition attempts to correct these inconsistencies.
Thank you to John Saunders for supplying some missing parts. Score and A4 parts provided.

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Boys of Anzac by Thomas E. Bulch
This is a jolly march in the style of "Teddy Bears' Picnic", reflecting what fun the boys were having been shot to pieces at Gallipoli.
Published in Geelong by Bulch and written after 1915. Well suited to community bands.
Thank you to Bob Pattie for supplying march card scans. Several errors and inconsistencies of harmony and articulation have been corrected in this edition.
Score and A4 parts provided.

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Breathe Not of Parting by Godfrey Parker (= Thos. E. Bulch)
This is a very easy march by the Australian composer, published in 1904 and typical of his style.
Based on the German folk song "Ach Wie ist's Möglich Dann".
Thank you to Bob Pattie for supplying march card scans. Side Drum and Bass Trombone were missing and are "best guesses" based on Bulch's usual patterns.
Score and A4 parts provided. Picollo and "clarionette" parts available on request.

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Burnie by Thomas L. Hellings
Hellings was a conductor in Victoria in the early 20th Century.
The name probably refers to the town in northern Tasmania. The march is dedicated to the Burnie Athletic Club.
Thank you to Bob Pattie for supplying march card scans. Many errors and inconsistencies have been corrected in this edition.
Fairly easy. Score and A4 parts provided.

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Canberra by Alex Lithgow
Written to commemorate the founding in 1913 of Australia's capital city, this march by the "Sousa of the Antipodes" is a caracature of Lithgow marches.
There are a few inconsistencies in the march card set, especially in dynamic markings and articulation.
This A4 set with score corrects some of those but, where there is any chance that it might have been the composer's intention, the original is maintained.
This is a straightforward march, suitable for lower grade band concerts and street marches.
Thank you to Don Shearman for providing missing parts.

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Canterbury Engineers by Thomas E. Bulch
This is a straightforward march by this Australian brass virtuoso.
Well within the capabilities of most lower grade bands. Bass Trombone is best played on a Bb / F.
Many inconsistencies in the march card set have been resolved.
The scanned march card set was made available by Bob Pattie.

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Cheer Up Brigade by Thomas E. Bulch
This is a straightforward march by this Australian brass virtuoso, well within the capabilities of most lower grade bands.
Supposedly written to cheer up the families of soldiers fighting in World War 1, probably around 1917.
Bulch uses "Rule Brittania" as the bass solo and "Tramp, Tramp, Tramp", the popular song of the American Civil War, as the Trio.
Many inconsistencies in the march card set have been resolved.
The scanned march card set was made available by Bob Pattie.

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Craigielee by "Godfrey Parker" (Thomas E. Bulch)
"Hallelujah!" This march has historic importance to Australia, yet it is rarely heard. It is based on a Scottish song, "Thou Bonnie Wood o' Craigie Lee" by James Barr.
In 1894, one Christina Macpherson heard a band play this march at Warrnambool. In the following year, Banjo Paterson heard her humming the tune and decided to set words to it.
Marie Cowan made further alterations and it became our National song, "Waltzing Matilda".
The brass band march is not difficult. This edition gives full score and A4 parts.
The set of march card copies in the State Library of NSW was missing the Bass Trombone part so we thank Robert Pattie for providing the part.

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Cycle Parade, The by William Rimmer
Typical Rimmer march, useful for street marches and lower grade contests. Not very difficult.
Duration: 3'45" with DC

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Digger, The by Percy Code
A "digger" was the name given to Australian soldiers during the First World War.
First published in 1950, this is one of the last works by one of the greatest brass players that Australia has produced.
It is a typical 6/8 march but little consideration is given for the capabilities of 2nd parts, making it difficult for lower grades bands.
The march cards may be downloaded free from https://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-3002816234/view?partId=nla.obj-3002819637

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El Ave by Thomas E. Bulch
This is a straightforward march by this Australian brass virtuoso.
The Spanish title translates as "the bird" or "the hen".
Well within the capabilities of most lower grade bands. Quite predictable in the Bulch mold.
Many inconsistencies in the march card set have been resolved. Some harmony clashes in a hand-written 2nd Cornet part have been corrected.
The scanned march card set was made available by Bob Pattie.

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Ever Ready by J.H. White
This is an unjustly neglected march, useful for street marches and low grade contests. Good bass solo and tuneful trio. Not difficult.

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Galvini by Alex F. Lithgow
Written in about 1890 in honour of the Galvini family of industrialists, this is a fairly straightforward march by this Australian brass virtuoso.
The piece has a rather Italian flavour with an "unbalanced" opening section and a cute Trio.
Several inconsistencies have been resolved in this edition.
Thanks to Bob Pattie and Ian Flarrety for providing old march cards for this project.

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Geelong by Percy Jones
Percy Jones was conductor of Geelong Municipal Band. He sketched this march in 1914 as thanks to the town for sponsoring his overseas studies.
Not satisfied with the piece, he asked Thomas Bulch to revise it. The result has all the characteristics of a Bulch march.
Bob Pattie provided scans of a march card set. Any band should be able to play this.
There are many inconsistencies that have been rationalised in this edition.

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General Joffre by Thomas E. Bulch
Written in about 1920 in honour of the French WW1 general, this is a fairly straightforward march by this Australian brass virtuoso.
The first note might cause some casualties in the back row cornets of lower grade bands so might be taken down an octave.

The hand-written march card set, as published by Bulch, is available for free download at https://imslp.org/wiki/General_Joffre_(Bulch,_Thomas_Edward)
There are many inconsistencies that have been rationalised in this edition.

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Goodbye Mavourneen by Thomas E. Bulch
Based on a popular song of 1837, this is a straightforward march by this Australian brass virtuoso.
Suitable for St.Patrick's Day parades and well within the capabilities of most lower grade bands.

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Harlequin by William Rimmer
A tough march. This score was provided by Oakleigh Brass in Melbourne.

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Heroes of Gallipoli by Thomas E. Bulch
This is a march written in 1915 following Churchill's disastrous attempt to invade Turkiye. The anniversary, 25th April is remembered in Australia and New Zealand as Anzac Day.
This is not a difficult march and should suit most lower grade bands.
Many inconsistencies in the (poorly written) march card set have been resolved.
Thanks to Bob Pattie who provided scans of a set of march cards.

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I.B.B.N. by Thomas E. Bulch
This is a contest march by this Australian brass virtuoso, written in 1896. The initials stand for "Intercolonial Brass Band News", a magazine published by Bulch.
3rd Cornet was missing from the set provided by Bob Pattie but the part is easily predicted, based on Bulch's usual pattern.
Many inconsistencies in the march card set have been resolved.
A4 parts and score provided.

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Indomitable by William Rimmer
This excellent stage march is also suitable for parades. The original cards had errors and inconsistencies which have been corrected in this version. The parts provided here are A4 size for use in concerts.
Duration: 3'40" with the D.C.

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Ingomar by Charles Trussell
Charles Trussell, who also wrote under the pseudonym Carlile Vernon, was born in England, then migrated to New Zealand before seeing the light and moving to Queensland.
This is a good street march, well within the capabilities of most lower grade bands and found in many band libraries.
Major harmonic errors in the Tenor Horns (between D and Trio) in the march card set have been corrected.
Fine happens on the first beat of the bar before the Trio, though the MIDI file plays an extra note.

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Ipswich by "Arthur Kingsley" = Thomas E. Bulch
Named for a town in Queensland (now a major city), this march was composed under a pseudonym by Thomas Bulch who was worried that people would think he was composing too many marches (they were right!).
The march follows the standard Bulch template and should suit most lower grade bands.
Many inconsistencies in the march card set have been resolved.
Thanks to Bob Pattie who provided scans of a set of march cards.

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Jerusalem March by Thomas E. Bulch
This is a sacred march by this Australian brass virtuoso. Well within the capabilities of most lower grade bands.
Bass Trombone was missing from the set provided by Bob Pattie but the part is easily predicted.
Many inconsistencies in the march card set have been resolved.
The "clarionet" and piccolo parts in the original set have been omitted here but can be provided on request.

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Jubilee March by TE Bulch, arranged by James Moule
Written for piano in 1887 in honour of the Golden Jubilee of Queen Victoria, this is fairly straightforward march by this Australian brass virtuoso.
The solos make it unsuitable as a street march so only A4 pages plus score are provided here.

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March of the Fearless by Harold Betteridge
Harold Betteridge was regarded highly as a concert band conductor in Perth, WA.
This is typical of many compound duple marches but there are interesting characteristics. Some parts are quite challenging.
A number of inconsistencies have been resolved in this edition.
Thank you to Bob Pattie for providing scan of some old march cards. This is a march that should be known better.

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Mary Blane by Thomas E. Bulch
This is an easy march, based on a popular American song of the 19th Century.
A few inconsistencies in the march card set have been resolved.
The original set comes with reed parts which are not included in this score as a matter of good taste (!) but they are available on request.
Thank you to Bob Pattie for providing scan of some old march cards.

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The Middy by Kenneth Alford
The MIDI file of this score is particularly pathetic for some reason.

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The National Guard by Alex Lithgow
This is typical of the "Sousa of the Antipodes", composer of "Invercargill" and "Wairoa".
The march cards are available for free download at www.https://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-170863370/view
There are many inconsistencies in the set, especially in dynamic markings and articulation.
This A4 set with score corrects some of those but, where there is any chance that it might have been the composer's intention, the original is maintained.
This is a straightforward march, suitable for lower grade band concerts and street marches.

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Newcastle by Thomas E. Bulch
This is a march written to the Bulch formula, not likely to cause accusations of originality.
The title refers to the city of Newcastle, north of Sydney which has been a heartland of brass banding.
Suitable for lower grade bands but not well graded for 2nd / 3rd parts.
Many errors and inconsistencies in the march card set have been resolved.
The march-card-size parts are available for free download at https://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-172480045/view

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Newtown by Thomas E. Bulch
This is a march written to the Bulch formula, not likely to cause accusations of originality.
The title refers to the inner-city suburb of Sydney which had an excellent band 100 years ago. (St.George inherited many of its scores.)
This will challenge the soprano / solo cornets of lower grade bands but other parts are quite easy.
Many inconsistencies in the march card set have been resolved.
Thanks to Bob Pattie who provided scans of a set of march cards.

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Northern City by Roy Osborne
Roy Osborne is remembered for his association with Coburg Citizens Band in Melbourne. Kevin Morgan remembers that this march was the signature march for that Band.
The title possibly refers to Darebin of which Coburg is a part.
While Coburg used it as a street march in the 1980s, this will challenge most bands.
Many inconsistencies and errors in the hand-written march card set published by Arch Wright have been resolved.
Efforts to ascertain copyright and more information about the composer have proved fruitless so far.
Thanks to Bob Pattie who provided scans of a set of march cards.

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Palmer House by William Pettee
Best known today for "Olosabut", the earliest known tuba solo, Pettee was at the forefront of writing brass band music in America.
This edition is taken from a hand-written score in the NSW Band Association Library. Though catalogued, the march cards are missing.
The score had clear errors but other inconsistencies have also been resolved.
This is a fine march, quite long and best suited to higher grade bands.
The title probably refers to a famous hotel in Chicago, opened in 1870 and destroyed in the Great Fire of 1871.
Score and A4 parts are provided.
Duration: about 4'50"

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Pile Arms by Thomas E. Bulch
This is a straightforward march by this Australian brass virtuoso. Most lower grade bands will handle it well.
Published by Allan's, it was probably written at the end of World War 1, around 1919.
Many inconsistencies in the march card set have been resolved.
The set, kindly provided by Bob Pattie, was missing Soprano and 1st Baritone parts. These have been reconstructed, based on Bulch's usual method.
Score and A4 parts are provided.

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Postman's Parade, The by Thomas E. Bulch
This is a straightforward march by this Australian brass virtuoso.
Well within the capabilities of most lower grade bands.
Many inconsistencies in the march card set have been resolved.
The piece ends on the first note of the "fine" bar, though the MIDI file sounds an extra note.

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Prince of Smiles, The by Albert Stanton (or was it Marie Louka = Johann Schmid?)
This is a straightforward march, arranged by the Australian brass virtuoso Percy Code and published in 1920.
A piano score published by Allan's has Albert Stanton as the composer but the brass band arrangement claims "Marie Louka", a pseudonym used by an American song-writer, Schmid.
Well within the capabilities of most lower grade bands.
Bob Pattie was able to supply most of a march card set with many inconsistencies requiring resolution. No Euphonium part was available so the one here is a "best guess".

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Queen of the North by Alex Lithgow
This is typical of the "Sousa of the Antipodes", composer of "Invercargill" and "Wairoa".
Written for the state of Queensland, this has become one of his most famous marches.
There are a few inconsistencies in the march card set, especially in dynamic markings and articulation.
This A4 set with score corrects some of those but, where there is any chance that it might have been the composer's intention, the original is maintained.
A new set of march-card-size parts is available on request.
This is a straightforward march, suitable for lower grade band concerts and street marches.

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Rauparaha by Alex F. Lithgow
Written to honour a Maori chief, this is tough for the solo cornets but not for others. Suitable for lower grade bands.
The march card set can be downloaded from https://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-2991828911/view?partId=nla.obj-2991831142#page/n16/mode/1up.
There are many inconsistencies in dynamics in this set which have been rectified in this edition.
This version gives a full score plus parts in A4 size.

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Royal Australian Navy by Alex F. Lithgow
This has become the official march of the RAN. It is rather difficult but professional musicians in the Navy Band would probably memorise it.
The (incomplete) march card set can be downloaded from https://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-2991743934
There are many inconsistencies in this set which have been rectified in this edition.
Thank you to Wayne Shears for supplying missing parts.
This version gives a full score plus parts in A4 size.

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San Lorenzo by Cayetano Alberto Silva
Written in 1901, this became the official march of the Argentine Army.
The march card set is available for free download at https://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-2990918972/view?partId=nla.obj-2990921545.
There are many inconsistencies in dynamics in this set which have been rectified in this edition.
This version gives a full score plus parts in A4 size.

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The Standard of St.George by Kenneth Alford
1st & 2nd trombone parts are provided in treble clef.

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St.George by Gerald Fraser
Fairly easy sacred march with harvest hymns. 1st & 2nd trombone parts are provided in treble clef.

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St.Kilda by Charles Trussell
Trussell was born in England but spent most of his adult life in Australia and New Zealand. He also wrote under the name "Carlyle Vernon".
This rather predictable march is suitable for lower grades though the Soprano part is challenging.
Score and A4 parts are provided. The march card set can be downloaded from Trove at https://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-171622854/view

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St.Patrick's Day by TE Bulch
Probably written before 1900 and published under the pseudonym "Godfrey Parker", this is an unusual march with an Irish jig in place of the traditional Trio.
It is fairly straightforward march by this Australian brass virtuoso, though the jig is a bit of a challenge for lower grade bands.
Thanks to Bob Pattie for supplying a scanned copy of the march cards. Good street march.

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Southlanders, The by Alex F. Lithgow
These "southlanders" were most likely New Zealanders. Originally for piano, Lake arranged this for brass band in 1916 but the instrumentation was not what is common today.
This edition follows Lithgow's usual doublings. Articulation is extensive.
It is fairly straightforward and within the expectations of lower-grade bands.
Thanks to Bob Pattie for supplying a scanned copy of the march cards. Good street march or contest march.

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South Street by "Hall King" = Thos. E Bulch
Published by Bulch in 1904 and not to be confused with "South Street Parade", also by Bulch but written under his own name.
Bulch was a virtuoso brass player and this piece requires high notes from some players.
It is fairly straightforward and within the expectations of lower-grade bands.
South Street is a major street in Ballarat, Victoria.
Thanks to Bob Pattie for supplying a scanned copy of the march cards.

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South Street Parade by Thos. E Bulch
Bulch was a virtuoso brass player and this piece requires high notes from some players.
It is fairly straightforward and within the expectations of lower-grade bands.
Many inconsistencies have been corrected in this edition.
Thanks to Bob Pattie for supplying a scanned copy of the march cards. Good street march or contest march that should be better-known.

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Stars and Cross by Alex F. Lithgow
"The Australian Flag March" is "The Sousa of the Antipodes" answer to "Stars and Stripes". Written in September 1913, according to Lithgow's grand-daughter.
This is a little-known Lithgow march that has some challenges. Articulation indications are extensive.
Many inconsistencies in the very crowded march card set, provided by Bob Pattie, have been rationalised. Score, A4 parts provided.

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Sunshine by Alex F. Lithgow
"Dedicated to HV McKay of Sunshine Harvester fame". Probably written for the ceremony to change the name of the town Braybrook Junction to Sunshine.
This is a little-known Lithgow march that has some challenges. Articulation indications are extensive.
Many inconsistencies in the hand-written march card set, provided by Bob Pattie, have been rationalised. Score, A4 parts provided.

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Teddy Bears' Picnic by by John Bratton, arranged by James Moule
This famous song of 1907 has been available for brass band in various forms over the years.
This version is a tone lower than usual, giving easier keys. Also available in A4 size (See Full Band section).
A D.S. so that it fits on march cards means that the final stanza is just a repeat, not as grand as in earlier versions.
Easy. Duration: 3'10"

 

The Thin Red Line by Kenneth Alford
1st & 2nd trombone parts are provided in treble clef.

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Torchlight Parade by TE Bulch, arranged by James Moule
This is a transcription of a march for piano by this Australian brass composer. "Officer of the Day" meets "Liberty Bell". "Nuremberg meets Charlottesville".
This was arranged with a lower grade band in mind or as a stage march for juniors. Score, A4 parts and march cards provided.

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Typhoon by TE Bulch
Probably the rarest of Bulch marches, written in England when he was 17 years old. The storm elements are featured dramatically.
Bulch was a virtuoso brass player and this piece requires high notes from many players.
Apart from that, it is fairly straightforward and within the expectations of lower-grade bands.
Many inconsistencies have been corrected in this edition. The piece finishes on the first note of the Fine bar (disregard MIDI).
Thanks to Bob Pattie for supplying a scanned copy of the march cards. Good street march or contest march that should be better-known.

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Victoria by Alex F. Lithgow
Written to honour the Australian state rather than the Queen.
This is a well-known Lithgow march, well within the capabilities of lower-grade bands.
Many inconsistencies in the march card set have been rationalised. Score, A4 parts provided.

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Victorian Rifles by "Wilton Roche" (a.k.a. William Rimmer)
1st & 2nd trombone parts are provided in treble clef on request. The original MuseScore file will be sent to anyone wanting to print individual parts.

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"Wairoa" by Alex F. Lithgow
Said to have been written in 1887, this march was being played in 1894 by Lithgow's band on a boat off Bluff, NZ, and the captain asked for the name of the march.
Lithgow replied that it did not have a name. The captain suggested that it be named after his ship, "Wairoa".
This is a well-known Lithgow march, well within the capabilities of lower-grade bands.
Score, A4 parts provided. The march card set was available until fairly recently.

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Westralia by Alex F. Lithgow
"Westralia" is a contracted form for Western Australia which was divided about being part of the newly-formed Commonwealth.
Published in 1907, this is an unusual march, starting with an anacrusis, a fanfare then a trio-like bass soli.
Earlier editions of the march card set were inconsistent with articulations and note length. This edition attempts to correct some of these inconsistencies.
Score and A4 parts provided.

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Whitworth by R.Malthouse (and TE Bulch?)
Malthouse was a cornet player in Bulch's band from 1888 to 1900 who came from the town of Whitworth in Durham, England.
This march has Bulch's style all over it. It is fairly straightforward and within the expectations of lower-grade bands.
Many inconsistencies have been corrected in this edition.
Thanks to Bob Pattie for supplying a scanned copy of the march cards.

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