Christmas CD Sale

Posted by Mark Wilkinson on 25 October 2010

Not sure what presents to buy for Christmas? Well look no further than the foden's website 

 
Foden's Band are having a 'Christmas Sale' reducing the prices of our cds as well as selling 'packages' of cds
 
 
The bands 'Patrons Choice Series' have proved a popular seller with our customers due to the pieces on the cds being chosen by the bands Patrons. In November Foden's will be recording 'Patrons 4' which will be launched at the bands 'Patrons Concert' in February next year. Due to this we are offering Patrons 1, 2 and 3 for a combined price of £20. The cds usually retail for £13 each (which is an incredible saving of £19).
 
If you require some 'Serious Listening' cds the band are offering a special deal on 'Rococco' and 'Maestro'. 'Rococco' features a number of 'Test Pieces' including 'Rococco Variations' which was the test piece that the band won the 2008 British Open and 'Maestro' won the 2009 'British Bandsman' cd of the year as well as the 2009 '4bars rest' cd of the year. The cd features pieces composed and conducted by Bramwell Tovey as well as featuring world acclaimed soloist 'Joe Alessi' who is the Solo Trombone player with the New York Philharmonic Orchestra. The cd's can now be purchased for £11 each or you can purchase both cds for £20 (the cds presently retail for £13 each)
 
Finally the band are offering a reduction on 'African Roots cd' (an easy listening cd) as well as 'Britanic Salute' which was recorded live at the Symphony Hall, Birmingham featuring our special guests the 'Royal Marines Band.' African Roots has been reduced to £11 (from £13) and 'Britanic Salute' is on sale for £7. Or you can purchase both cds for £16.
 
Please purchase soon to avoid disappointment as we do not have many of the above cds left for sale!!!!
 
(Please note the prices do not include p and p)
 

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