The true spirit of the pioneers comes alive in this work inspired by a village in New Mexico. Solid themes, highlighted with a slight Western flair, will make this a great choice for concert or contest
"Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world." This powerful quote by Albert Einstein provides the inspiration behind this fanfare that celebrates creativity in schools. A majestic opening leads
Welcome in the joy of the season with this spirited fanfare. Shimmering fanfares abound in all sections of the band, presented around fragments of The First Noel. Everything is combined to create a
Consider this dynamic fanfare to start your concert with a bolt of energy. Using only six notes, the music thrives on drive and excitement as bold lines emerge from the confident orchestration. Active parts
This bold, exciting opener is held together by a recurring figure made up of just three notes. The music moves through a variety of fast-paced melodic material before coming to an energetic close. Modern
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