Programmatic and haunting, this work provides a nice change of pace for your next concert or festival. Nosferatu was the title of an unauthorized adaptation of the 1897 novel
Delightfully scary with a distinct pirate theme, this piece will intrigue performers and audiences alike with catchy original themes as well as the subtle use of classical themes. This makes it fun but also
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
Spookiness abounds in this aggressive and fun piece for concert band written in a standard theme-and-variations form. It's an intriguing composition beginning with a bold opening statement that gives way to
Highly imaginative and extremely evocative, this piece has a science fiction quality that will definitely stand out. Images of an ancient city-size machine inhabited by a ghost inspired this unique and
Named for a mysterious aquatic monster said to live in a lake in British Columbia, this piece reflects the aura of mystery that surrounds the legend. The intriguing melody that's shared by all creates a
When you listen to this piece you won't believe the grade level because it sounds so mature and exciting. When you look at the score you'll see that this sweeping and sophisticated work contains only whole,
"Skulduggery" means underhanded, unscrupulous behavior or trickery, and that's exactly what this piece expresses musically. It contains musical twists and turns that will be intriguing for performers and
Dark and mysterious, the tone for this suspenseful work is set during the introduction. Abruptly, the percussion section enters dramatically to awaken the spirit world and introduce the dance-like main
Zombies are all the craze, showing up in movies on television, and in this Latin original, on the dance floor. It's a clash of two worlds, the stylish and elegant tango being danced by two gruesome
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