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Jim Rattigan is the leading jazz french horn player in the UK. His CDs, some individual mp3 tracks and all his arrangements for horn ensembles can be bought on the site. Click the image to view the website.
Fantasy Music Stands
John Tyler designs, makes and sells a range of wooden music stands to enhance any music room. There are 7 desk types, 3 stem types, 2 base types and 2 wood types to choose from. Take a tour of the website to choose a suitable music stand. Click the image to view the website.
Richard Bissill, composer, arranger and horn player. Though widely known as a horn player, Richard has pursued an almost parallel career as an arranger and composer, creating works for the concert hall and the media. Browse through the website to read Richard’s biography and to view all Richard’s works. Click the image to view the website.
North London Music Teachers
As a composer, arranger and orchestrator Alan Danson’s work spans symphony orchestra to chamber ensemble; String Quartet, Brass Quintet, Piano Quintet, Wind Trio, Piano Trio, Violin and Piano and Commercial music-“musak”. Music for pantomime, television and commercials. Click the image to view the website.
The Pleyels bring together some of the UK’s leading instrumentalists who share a passion for chamber music past and present. The group was formed in Manchester in January 2011, and have been performing together in various guises and combinations for over twenty years. Click the image to view the website.
Arranger, Orchestrator, Conductor, Pianist.
As musical arranger and orchestrator Ian Macpherson’s theatre work includes the musicals “Pickwick”, “Kiss Me Kate”, “Poppy”, “Windy City”, “Pinocchio”, “Oh Kay”, “Metropolis”, “Scrooge” and “Sherlock Holmes”. Working also in the recording studio, he has composed, arranged and conducted music for Films, TV, Commercials and Library music. He has orchestrated film scores for Nigel Hess, Jennie Muskett, Alex Heffes and many other composers. Click the image to view the website.