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Don't miss out on composer, author, and educator Rik Hansen's transcription of Gabriel Faure's hauntingly beautiful Pavane. This transcription includes the music for optional chorus that Faure...
This enchanting holiday movie has become a yearly classic, and the memorable score contributes to its unending popularity. This fast-paced, well-scored medley can be performed by band alone or with optional...
Aaron Copland's quintet from "The Tender Land" translates beautifully into this setting for combined chorus with band! Although it makes a perfect choice for Thanksgiving, the wonderful vocal lines make it...
Psalm 150 was composed for the Golden Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II. At the premiere performance in St. Paul's Cathedral, reflective, ethereal sections at key points in the music were sung by a...
This graceful arrangement of the traditional four-part English chorale is perfect for teacing clear tone concepts to your band. The work is scored for beginning band or beginning string orchestra, allowing...
Herald the joy of the Christmas season with this stirring original carol from John Rutter, arranged here for combined chorus and band or concert band alone. This setting promises to fill your concert hall...
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The majestic theme from the dramatic animated feature film "The Prince of Egypt" gradually builds into a simple, lyrical Hebrew prayer, which in turn unfolds into a breathtaking, emotional final chorus....
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