|Gill, WH, arr. Guard, Charles||Manx National Anthem with fanfares||Wind band|
This arrangement was made in the 1980s and brought back into annual use at Tynwald Day from 2012. Parts are included for seven fanfare trumpets.
|Spence, Sandy||Atholl Salute to the Tynwald 1979||Bagpipes|
Presented to Tynwald by the Atholl Highlanders and performed by them during their visit to the Isle of Man in Millennium Year, 1979. This edition is based on a manuscript held in the Legislative Buildings in Douglas.
|Gill, WH, arr. Guard, Charles||Manx National Anthem with fanfares||Brass quintet, choir and organ|
Used at the Tynwald Carol Service in 2010, 2011 and 2012
|Kilgallon, David||Mannin Vooar||Organ|
Performed by the composer at the Tynwald Ceremony in 2012 and 2013
|Gill, WH, arr. King, Jonathan||Manx National Anthem with fanfares||Brass quintet, choir and organ|
Used at Tynwald Carol Service in 2013, 2014 and 2015
|Guard, Charles||Tynwald March||Wind band|
Composed in the 1980s, this march was used at Tynwald Day each year until 1993. At that time it fell out of use but the tradition was reinstated in 2012 and the march was played in 2013, 2014, 2016 and 2017.
|Roworth, Donald||A Manx Celebration||Organ|
Composed for, and performed by the composer at, the Tynwald Ceremony in 2016
|Moore, Gareth||Something for All Saintstide||Organ|
Performed by the composer at the Tynwald Ceremony in 2015
|Kinley, John||Mona's Delight||Wind band|
Commissioned by Culture Vannin for the Inter-Celtic Festival in Lorient, 2015. Version for Wind Band prepared by Captain Neil Skipper and performed at the Tynwald Ceremony in 2016 and 2017.
|Spence, Sandy, arr. King, Jonathan||Atholl Salute to Tynwald||Wind band|
Originally written for bagpipes and presented to Tynwald by the Atholl Highlanders and performed by them during their visit to the Isle of Man in Millennium Year, 1979. Arranged for wind band in 2017 and used at the Tynwald Ceremony in that year.
|Slack, Stuart, arr. Dunderdale, Paul||The Laxey Wheel||Wind band|
Made famous by the Mannin Folk in the 1960s and 70s, the song tells the story of the giant water wheel connected to the Laxey Mines in the Isle of Man. Widely performed and recognised in the Island.
|Townsend, J arr. Dunderdale, Paul ||Ellan Vannin ||Wind band|
An unofficial national song of the Isle of Man. Played and sung at numerous community events throughout the Island every year. Universally recognised.
|Woolley, Frank ||Manx Celebration March ||Wind band|
Based on a piece written for Ramsey Town Commissioners to celebrate their centenary in 2015. Incorporates well known Manx melodies "Myleharaine's March" and "Ramsey Town". Organ version published by Culture Vannin in 2016. Wind band version produced in 2018 and premiered at the Tynwald Ceremony in that year by the Band of the Royal Marines Portsmouth.
|Letters, Will and Murphy, CW, arr. Dunderdale, Paul||Flanagan ||Wind band|
First heard in 1910 and made famous by Florrie Forde, this song is still widely sung and recognised in the Isle of Man.
|Letters, Will and Murphy, CW, arr. Dunderdale, Paul||Kelly from the Isle of Man ||Wind band|
Introduced in 1909, this was the first and most enduring of the "Kelly" songs sung by Florrie Forde in the music hall era. Widely known and recognised in the Island.
|Guard, Charles, arr. King, Jonathan||Tynwald March||Brass band|
Composed for wind band in the 1980s and regularly played by visiting military bands at the Tynwald Ceremony; brass band arrangement made in 2018.
|Gill, WH, arr. King, Jonathan||Manx National Anthem with fanfares||Wind band|
Based on the 2013 brass quintet version; arranged for wind band in 2018.