The pieces in Fanfare and Procession are taken from the works of two of England’s master composers. The opening fanfare and first part of the processional are taken from Elgar’s Pomp and Circumstance March No. 1. In contrast, the latter portion of the present arrangement is arranged from Byrd’s The Earle of Oxford's Marche. These two contrasting pieces were paired together to provide a lengthy, continuous march for use in ceremonial occasions. Through the use of a D.S., the piece can be performed as an ongoing loop, and the piece is scored (for 4 trumpets, 2 horns, 2 trombones, baritone and tuba) with adequate rest in all 10 parts to allow for long processionals even after performing a lengthy prelude.