This classic march remains one of the best known and most popular marches ever written. The combination of magnificent march-style writing and musical quotes from the Star-Spangled Banner give
Composed in 2014, this piece commemorates the anniversaries of important events in American history: the writing of The Star-Spangled Banner in 1814, the beginning of World War I in 1914, and the
As the title suggests, this work is a tribute to our military who have risked so much for us. It's written with beautiful chords in a majestic and reverent manner. You'll hear snippets of The
This melodic, patriotic song was written as a contribution to the war effort during World War I. The delightful march was performed for fund-raising efforts for the Red Cross, assisting in the raising a
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A proud and exciting work for young bands. Written in a majestic style, this work is perfect for patriotic events and spring concerts. So, get out your American flag and celebrate!
This commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the end of the Vietnam War was inspired by a visit to the Vietnam War Memorial and the power of this spectacular monument. Opening with a simple depiction of a
A rousing original march written in a distinct American style. Stylish and upbeat, it reminds us why marches are so important in the history of the modern concert band. From an educational perspective,
Mark the 200th anniversary of our national anthem with this bold yet accessible arrangement. Well within the capabilities of second-year players, it retains the stirring impact of more difficult editions
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