Experience a magical winter solstice ceremony at the megalithic Newgrange site in Ireland. A smooth, mystical introduction leads to a hypnotic dance groove as open fifths, driving drones and percussion
This emotional contemporary work has gained widespread acceptance in recent years. Written in remembrance of the firebombing of the German city of Dresden, Bukvich combines the most traditional techniques
Calling for the band to be divided into four separate ensembles, representing four villages, this original explores a wide range of harmonic and rhythmic interplay. Innovative in concept, this stunning work
It's man versus machine in this robotic dubstep thriller. Cordless drill, toy voice changer, and optional synthesized bass create a futuristic soundscape that will be the hit of your next concert.
A musical depiction of two Arkansas towns devastated by a tornado in 1952. Dr. Karrick retells the story, moving from quietness to havoc, and incorporating the beautiful old hymn, What Wondrous Love Is
Students in the early stages of musical development will learn basic rhythms and techniques in a creative and fun manner. Keeping time as a musician is essential, and this clever work reminds young
Explore the mystical history of the Zia Pueblo Indians in this stalwart work. The mysterious solo at the beginning can be played on the recorder to give authenticity to the music. The steadfast "march"
In a world filled with iPhones, iPads, and iPods, it was only a matter of time before a tune like this would turn up! Designed to be played by beginners on their very first holiday concert, it invites
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