First I gotta apologise, I'm posting because I think there are a few people how might get a kick outta this BUT the only thing in it that's GPO is the piano... tenuous, I know
I've done an arrangement of James L. Hosay's "Turquoise Daydreams", which is a Grade 4 concert band piece, a xylophone solo. It's a dynamic, up-tempo number with lots of great syncopation, a real vacation theme!
I've gone from a recording (not a very good one) of the band performance and come up with a much smaller, poppier arrangement. It's now a marimba solo, with latin band accompaniment, piano, string bass, flute, B3 hammond, guitars and sax section.
Great weather here, 24 today and 32 tomorrow (deg C ;-) so was full of energy and inspired to do something that really moves... turn it way up and dance around your living room!
Hosay, Arr. Hawksley - Turquoise Daydreams mp3, 6.6MB
EDIT: WARNING WARNING WARNING - it's a REALLY REALLY catchy tune - you've been warned!
Hope you enjoy it :-)