"Action Front" was the command given to artillery units to have cannons moved into position for battle during the Civil War. Ronald Knoener, well known for his many fine regimental marches, wrote this piece...
A terrific opening number for your young band's first concert! This little march has everything you'd want in a march, even a "dog-fight" break strain for a special touch. A real winner for elementary...
This favorite from the Civil War era opens with hearty cadence of snare drums and field drums, and then fifes (piccolo and...
This robust little march portrays the natural beauty of Alabama's Cahaba River with references to its Native American history. Catchy melodies and a pleasing combination of major and minor tonalities....
A newly-found treasure from the old VanderCook Band Book, and a tribute to the artistry of this great composer, conductor, and educator. A jaunty first strain, a driving second strain with great low brass...
This very playable march was written in 1920 under the pseudonym Harold Bennett, and later published in No. 3 of the famous Bennett Band Books. These little books were the delight of millions of...
You'll make stars out of your trombone section when you program this delightful ragtime feature. Known as the father of the trombone smear, this is the first of fifteen novelty trombone solos Henry Fillmore...
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