Over 350 band arrangements by some of the world's great composers, ready for download.


  1. Feel the Spirit
    John Rutter / arr. Paul Noble
    Concert/Wind Band and Chorus or Band alone
  2. Distant Land
    John Rutter / arr. Paul Noble
    Concert/Wind Band and Chorus or Band alone
  3. Gloria
    John Rutter / arr. Paul Noble
    Concert/Wind Band and Chorus or Band Alone
  4. Angels’ Carol
    John Rutter / arr. Paul Noble
    Combined Concert Band and Chorus or Band alone
  5. Prelude and Fugue (The Spitfire)
    William Walton / arr. Paul Noble
    Concert/Wind Band


  1. Pomp and Circumstance, March. No. 5 – Edward Elgar/Paul Noble
  2. Stag’s Leap
    Gareth Glyn/Paul Noble
  3. Pomp and Circumstance, March No. 1 – Edward Elgar/Paul Noble
  4. The Empire March
    Edward Elgar/Paul Noble
  5. The Coronation March (1911)
    Edward Elgar/Tom Higgins/Noble
  6. The Crown of India March
    Edward Elgar/Paul Noble
  7. Polonia
    Edward Elgar/Paul Noble
  8. Granada Prelude
    William Walton/Paul Noble
  9. An Elgar Diptych
    Edward Elgar/Paul Noble
  10. Imperial March
    Edward Elgar/Paul Noble
  11. Meditation, from The Light of Life
    Edward Elgar/Paul Noble
  12. Froissart Concert Overture
    Edward Elgar/Paul Noble
  13. The Wand of Youth, No. 2 – March
    Edward Elgar/Paul Noble
  14. The Perfect Fool
    Gustav Holst/Paul Noble
  15. Cockaigne Overture
    Edward Elgar/Paul Noble
  16. The Wand of Youth, No. 1 (7 mvmts)
    Edward Elgar/Paul Noble
  17. Home is a Special Kind of Feeling
    John Rutter/Paul Noble
  18. I Believe in Springtime
    John Rutter/arr. Paul Noble
  19. Cariad
    Gareth Glyn / arr. Paul Noble


Many music directors have had questions about how to conduct a large ensemble during this pandemic. I have asked for ideas that I may post on this website. I am especially pleased to have the response of Dr. Tim Robblee, Conductor, Shenandoah Conservatory Wind Ensemble, Winchester, VA. He has submitted three significant files with research directed especially for wind instrument players, and those related to rehearsal procedures. Also Dr. Paul W. Popiel, Band Director at the Univ. of Kansas has provided a link to their program during the pandemic. I believe it would be well worth your time to read these documents and see how they might be useful to all programs around the world. Please click on the link:


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Paul Noble on Smith Mountain LakeWhen you click on the title, you can see a full description, listen to the complete recording, and view a page of score to give you an idea about instrumentation requirements, etc.

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Please note that arrangements written for combined band and chorus have the choral parts shown in the conductor’s score as reference, but the individual parts are not included in the download. The choral parts may be purchased separately as needed from a local music store or a distributor.

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Edward Elgar

If you have been following my website, you have seen a number of recent arrangements of music by Edward Elgar. There are several of his compositions that are familiar to bands around the world. But there are also a number of his compositions that have been less known, and for the most part, first time arrangements for the Concert/Wind Band. I invite anyone who is interested in this music to spend some time listening to Meditation from The Light of Life, Froissart Concert Overture, Cockaigne Overture, The Wand of Youth, No. 1 in seven movements, and The Wand of Youth, No. 2, March. Fans of Edward Elgar will enjoy the rich melodies and dramatic dynamics for which he is so well known. And for me, the delight is that there is more to come! Thanks for listening.

Cockaigne Overture

I am so pleased to offer a new arrangement of one of Edward Elgar’s most popular compositions, the Cockaigne Overture.  It is a very descriptive piece with the subtitle “In London Town”, filled with Elgar’s beautiful melodies, moments of tenderness, humor, grandeur, and enormous climax with optional organ. My hope is that this piece will take its place in the band world alongside of the Walton great pieces – Crown Imperial, Orb and Sceptre, Prelude and Fugue (The Spitfire), and numerous others.  Please take the time to give it a listen, and perhaps an outstanding band will give this arrangement a recording for all to hear!

In the meantime, the several titles that were offered at no cost during the COVID-19 pandemic have expired, but at a later date may be extended as we see how long this isolation will last.

Stay tuned, and keep in touch!

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Birmingham Symphonic Winds, Birmingham, UK
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— Philip Lane, Cheltenham, UK

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