Acknowledge the Scottish and Irish pioneers of Appalachia with a musical walk through the woods and mountains of the Cumberland Gap. This lovely composition allows for a moment of reflection and lyrical...
Experience the high seas with this programmatic work for full orchestra complete with mystery, adventure, sword battles and buried treasure. A multitude of effects add to the drama and intensity, including...
The sense of urgency and excitement created by this wild original composition is nothing short of awesome! Relentless ostinatos and striking minor melodies combine and drive a tense sound that will make...
Experience the sounds and life of ancient Egypt in this exciting piece for full orchestra. Intricate rhythms and soaring melodies make this a stunning addition to your next concert. Ample percussion and...
On April 12, 1862, one of the most daring exploits of the Civil War occurred: the theft of the Confederate supply train called The General. What followed became one of the most dramatic events of the...
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This is a stunningly beautiful treatment of The Last Rose of Summer. Technically accessible, it requires the utmost control and sensitivity.
Want to showcase your beginner strings and concert band in an orchestra? Well, this is just the piece for your ensemble! Written in the Hungarian style, the rondo form allows the wind, strings...
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