You can tell by the title that this one is pure fun for the young band. Latin-infused rhythms and instruments drive this piece along with catchy melodic figures and lively licks that the students will love...
Get ready to have a ton of fun! Written in a cha-cha style, this Latin-flavored work features some tasty percussion writing and clever interplay between the different sections of the band. A great...
Ignacio Cervantes (1847 - 1905) was a Cuban pianist and composer who achieved fame and recognition in his native country. Cervantes is best known for his considerable influence in blending various aspects...
Originally written for piano, this delightful work displays a wealth of rhythmic vitality. It's a lively 3/8 piece that's written in the style of a typical Venezuelan dance, charming as well as lively, and...
A typical mariachi-style melody, featuring two trumpets playing in thirds and sixths, is used extensively and reflects the mariachi-influenced music of Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass. The piece stands on...
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