With easy syncopation, a singable melody, and optional vocal part, this is a song everyone will enjoy. Based on Siyahamba, this piece has a pleasant, happy sound.
A very nice concert work for young players, fun to perform and fun to listen to. The music is easy and requires very little independence that will build confidence and pride. Also good for
A moderately slow and very moving composition. It builds to a big, full climax, then eases back down to a soft and beautiful ending. Lyrical!
This movement from Tchaikovsky's "The Seasons" features a melody that everyone will recognize, but many may not know the name.
Beautiful, lush harmonies abound in this expressive work that depicts the mood of the poem Persephone and Hades by Robert C. Covel.
A very exciting composition with meter changes, but staying with the quarter note being the constant measure for the beat.
This timeless Irish ballad is the perfect piece to provide an emotional interlude in your next concert. Feature your trumpet soloist with this traditional setting.
After a slow, mysterious opening, the piece moves to a faster, more energetic feel. The multitude of percussion parts not only provide a driving rhythmic pulse throughout, but also add many effects
Always a popular style for programming, this tango for band is a bit complex, but not overly done. There are multiple solo passages throughout that add to the colorful and varied sounds.
A bold and exciting work that starts slowly and quickly moves to a faster tempo. After another slow section in the middle it comes to a dynamic and rhythmically charged ending. Clearly presented themes and
Named after the Battle of Fallen Timbers, this work is rhythmically exciting. Good for articulation and dynamic study, it's not overly complex. Mysterious!
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