This staple in concert band literature has been reworked by the composer for symphonic band. Tuneful and spirited, it is a march well worth preparing.
You don't need to be drawn a road map to know what you've got here: a tuneful march from Sousa in a scholarly edition. It's a sure winner every way you look at it!
Another stellar march from one of the masters of the genre with all of the great melodies, countermelodies, and bold brassiness that made Karl King so popular. Skillfully adapted to the instrumentation...
A trombone smear in ragtime style, this is a delightful find. Written for a jazz band in 1918, it sounds as modern as if it had been written today. It is fresh, exciting, and quite playable.