An aggressive composition for beginning band that draws on the composer's experiences as a middle school band director. Every section is featured in this fierce work - a bold theme is contrasted with a
This adventurous composition provides the opportunity to teach dramatic musical playing. Musically depicting a meteor event that occurs each day, very few notes are used and rhythms that are
Mysterious and intriguing ghost lights, also known as "will-o'-the-wisps" and "spook lights," have been reported around the world. The same air of mystery and suspense that surrounds these eerie
This work utilizes the sound of a theremin, an electronic instrument often used in old science fiction and horror movies and the part is optional, doubled by instruments of the band. The
Take your performance to the next level with this engaging piece that features plastic cans and buckets, much like street performers in large cities. The musical dance group Stomp amazed audiences with
The emphasis is on the word "loco" with this frenetic concert work. The wind parts are wildly rhythmic and players have the opportunity to duel with the percussion section using their
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
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
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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