Using only limited rhythms and ranges, Bandroom Rock is a great way to get your beginning players energized and motivated. The low brass start things off, following the rest of the band and short...
This classic work for band was a staple in the repertoire for several decades. Johnnie Vinson has taken the attractive Latin style of the original and beautifully adapted it for younger players. Tastefully...
Here's a very easy novelty number that captures the fun and goofiness of bobblehead dolls. With clever visual and vocal effects, plus some percussion feature spots, this is sure to be enjoyed by players and...
Dark and sinister are not words normally associated with music for beginning bands. However, this well-written Paul Lavender original provides powerful and dramatic sounds even at this very easy level. With...
This music is as mischievous and fun loving as the beginning band students it was written for! A fun-filled romp, it uses creative effects such as trombone glisses, slide whistles, mouthpiece screeches and...
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Probably the most popular Canadian Brass concert opening number, Just A Closer Walk With Thee retains the famous, slow, New Orleans-style introduction. In true Canadian Brass style, this one really...
Here's a wacky, fast-and-furious barn burner reminiscent of a circus march or "screamer." It was written as musical celebration and displays dazzling technical facility and humor. Cartoon-like trombone...
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