Majestic melodies, ringing harmonies and a strong percussion component come together seamlessly in this dynamic work for developing band. Perfect as a resounding opening or closing number, your band will
Inspired by the discovery of an ancient Roman burial ground, this bold and reflective work brings out the mystery and intrigue that surrounds this location. The sounds of Roman legions are heard at the
Inspired by the bedroom community to New York City, this vibrant overture musically reflects the tranquility of nature in this quiet suburb and the busyness of modern-day life in the
Inspired by feats of courage, this original work will build confidence and pride in a young ensemble's first spring concert. The presentation is both musical and educational, providing varied articulations
Take your beginning band to the next level of performance with this Spanish-flavored march alternative. A high-intensity concert opener, it will attract everyone's attention with its international style and
One of the numerous short piano pieces for children that Bela Bartok completed in a piano collection in 1909. This arrangement is well suited for early band students - it remains faithful to Bartok's intent
Playable at the end of the first year, this bright selection introduces students to differing articulations commonly used in the march style. A glorious opening statement of the melody is developed,
Based on Percy Grainger's choral and brass setting, this British folk song is written for developing bands. A delicate clarinet intro grows as the rest of the woodwinds join in, followed by the entire band.
Three delightfully contrasting Spanish melodies are combined in this colorful presentation that's perfect for concerts or contests. The revered Asturais by Albanez, the lively Spanish
This 19th-century folk song is best known as the melody used in the last movement of Percy Grainger's masterwork Lincolnshire Posy. Written in 3/4 time with few accidentals, the written
Introduce your students to one of the great compositions of the 19th century. The profound music in the selections from this masterpiece offer numerous musical as well as educational teaching opportunities.
This original composition opens with a slow and mysterious chorale before yielding to relentless waves of musical firestorms. Each storm builds in intensity before receding and then rising