No.1231 March - On the winning side (Terry Camsey)
This march was written for, and originally entitled, Hendon YP Band at the request of the then YP Bandleader David Daws. It features a subtley disguised version of the melody, Christ fot the whole wide world, together with the composer's own song, On the wimnning side.
No.1232 Trombone Feature - Sunshine Corner (Ray Steadman-Allen)
This Trombone Feature is something of a follow-up to the composer's previous arrangement, Peter, james and John, and features the chorus Sunshine Corner arranged in a lightly rhythmic setting and also in includes the old gospel song, 'Always Cheerful'.
No.1233 The Healing Waters (Ralph Pearce)
Healing Waters - General Albert Osborn's words were written after a visit to a riverside in New Zealand. This setting takes the listener from doubt to determination to dedication. It was written as a tribute to Bandmaster Lars Lignell of Salem, Oregon, USA.
No.1234 Nothing but thy blood (Ian Feltwell)
Lieut-Colonel Richard Slater's words have been given a new setting by Major Donna Peterson, which has become popular over recent years. This arrangement for band has been written by Songster Leader Ian Feltwell of Nuneaton Corps.