A "barn-burner" from the Big Apple, Sousa's hustle-bustle march captures both the brilliant, restless energy and the soaring lyrical themes inspired by mid-town Manhattan in 1915. It's arranged here
Traditional march style is given the full treatment in this original march geared toward younger bands. Students will reinforce keeping a steady pulse and focus on certain rhythm
Despite the title, this march is anything but normal, and it may be one of the composer's finest. It's written in the fast and fun vein of all his great marches and uses the standard form with catchy,
Majestic in flavor, this piece is similar in character to ceremonial music utilized in Great Britain for the introduction of royalty, reflecting the rich history of our British ancestry. It is
Start your very first beginning band concert with this dynamic march that uses just the first six notes learned in band instruction. Your students will feel confident in rehearsing and performing this solid
The composer, Frederick J. Ricketts, wrote his famous marches under the pseudonym Kenneth J. Alford. This great march was written in 1917 during the World War I and commemorates the Battle of Jutland. It
A fresh and versatile concert march that will fit the performance needs of developing ensembles. This original concert march is easy to play and brings to life a variety of sounds with a
This march at a moderate tempo is an excellent addition to every developing band library. Written in 2/4 time for ease of reading, the teaching opportunities include articulations, dynamics and modulation.
Teaching points abound in this extremely popular march, from the compound duple rhythm, dynamic contrasts, and march style all the way to the march form itself. It fills several needs, allows opportunity
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