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Greenwood, JA


John A. Greenwood (1876-1953) was a protégé of William Rimmer and to a degree his career followed the same pattern: playing in a local band (he came from Cheshire), then principal cornet with major bands; and finally conductor and tutor to ensembles like St Hilda's, Black Dyke and Horwich RMI. His compositions and arrangements were much fewer than Rimmer's, but his memory is kept green by that popular trombone solo The Acrobat whose second quick section makes use of the device of pushing out the slide of the instrument to its fullest extent. This is still played frequently.

Cat No. Title Composer Price
A0572 Merry Musicians £22.00 Details
A0575 National Gems £22.00 Details
A0581 Fraternity £22.00 Details
A0589 Foden's Own £22.00 Details
A0590 Clarendon £22.00 Details
A0598 Sons of Labour £22.00 Details
A0599 The Old Folks at Home £27.50 Details
A0600 My Old Kentucky Home £27.50 Details
A0601 Normanhurst £27.50 Details
A0602 Echoes of the Opera £38.50 Details
A0610 Oriana £27.50 Details
A0611 Caledonian Melodies £27.50 Details
A0619 Woodland Blossoms £27.50 Details
A0623 Joyful Christmas £22.00 Details
A0624 Empire Day £22.00 Details
A0627 Flag of Truce £22.00 Details
A0635 Operatic Beauties £27.50 Details
A0636 Spanish Chant £27.50 Details
A0640 Sons of Liberty (patriotic march) £22.00 Details
A0660 Eternal Father £27.50 Details
A0662 Royal Windsor £27.50 Details
A0667 Number Three £22.00 Details
A0673 An English Garland £38.50 Details
A0675 Broxburn £22.00 Details
A0689 Kneller Hall £22.00 Details
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