This moving piece is the lullaby-like concluding aria from "Final Alice," the fifth of six large works for soprano and orchestra based on Lewis Carroll's "Alice in Wonderland" books. This arrangement for
This short, energetic, and jazzy piece is a lot of fun to play and listen to. The title refers to repeated patterns and phrases that provide support for the melodies and intertwined syncopated lines. A
Originally written for eight-part mixed chorus as a sort of tone poem, the composer has adapted this profound work to the vibrant colors and textures of the modern concert band. Broad and symphonic in
Imagine, if you will... has no specific story to tell. The title functions to invite the listener to either supply the characters, the setting and the drama, or simply to let the music stand on its
Panhandle Prelude is built on a syncopated rhythm and a whole-tone scale. These musical ideas are effectively woven into a driving, intense work that will make a terrific opener!
Beautifully arranged by J. Eric Wilson along with the composer, this version for wind band maintains all the wonder and magic of the original choral work. The opening is ethereal and somber, with sustained
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