Two Hebrew folk songs, rich in cultural heritage, are delivered in a delightful musical presentation. Shabat, Shalom or Song for the Sabbath opens this colorful setting and is...
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This charming and little-known folk song is ideal material for a young band piece. After a majestic introduction the piece takes off at a brisk tempo with the tuneful melody joined with...
This tuneful suite features three Canadian folk songs of contrasting style, meter and key. It opens in a light delicate fashion with The False Young Man, followed by the...
Bring a peaceful and quietly lilting moment to beginning band performances. This beautiful, traditional lullaby provides an opportunity for beginning bands to experience a very playable and lyrical...
Hauntingly beautiful, this setting of this late 19th century folk tune will bring a new dimension to your ensemble. In the middle section, the familiar theme is interspersed with a hymn tune...
This group of folk songs was inspired by musicologist Cecil Sharpe's Appalachian Mountain journey in the early 1900s where he collected British folk songs that had been passed down from generation to...
This Welsh lullaby is a hauntingly beautiful folk song used by many composers because of its pure and simple beauty. This arrangement brings out the lush nature of the melody through various...
The touching folk song Ten Thousand Miles, also known as The Turtle Dove, is featured in this very nice musical setting. The careful writing captures the essence of the warm, somber,...
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