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Some of the most distinctive and memorable moments in recent cinematic history have come from the pen of this highly talented film composer. Featuring familiar movie themes in a variety of musical styles,
Music from a 1911 silent movie, complete with trombone smears, a horse whinny, and lots of fun for percussion. This new arrangement is sure to be a concert favorite for bands everywhere!
From the blockbuster film Marvel's "Ant-Man"comes this strikingly intense main theme that is both delightfully dark and ominous. This skillfully arranged version for the concert stage brings all the drama
Take everyone on a fun-filled trip down memory lane with 2001: A Space Odyssey; Singing in the Rain; The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly and The Wizard of
This collection is not so much a medley as a portrait of Danny Elfman's style and moods. Selections from Dark Shadows, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, and Corpse Bride are surrounded by the 1989 Batman
The film scores of this remarkable composer are unique, bold, and unmistakable. This is not so much a medley of tunes as it is a tribute to his unique style and musical impact. Incorporating selections from
The film scores of this highly creative composer are fresh, unmistakable, and timelessly melodic. This collection is not so much a medley of tunes as it is a tapestry of his many styles and moods.
The film scores of John Williams are bold, unmistakable, and timeless. This musical portrait includes themes from "Superman: The Movie"; "Hook" and "Home Alone," a musical tapestry that displays the
The combination of a blockbuster movie and a hit single makes a sure-fire formula for success! This beautiful and emotive ballad written for "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" is a must for developing
Featuring dark sonorities and a driving rhythmic pulse, here is an exciting movie theme carefully arranged for second-year players. The flavor of the original is effectively captured in this easy
From the blockbuster film and latest adventures of the Avengers, Danny Elfman has created a suitably powerful and dramatic soundtrack. Here is a main theme ready to explode onto the concert stage!
The dramatic theme from the 1985 smash hit movie "Back to the Future" became an instant film score classic and still brings thrills to audiences today. Here is a powerful version for band complete with
First heard in the original 1967 animated movie "The Jungle Book," this popular tune is featured again in the blockbuster 2016 version. In this clever arrangement, a peppy two-beat style is featured while
This catchy tune from the original 1967 animated movie "The Jungle Book" has demonstrated its longstanding popularity and is once again featured in the 2016 film. Carefully adapted for second-year players,
Iconic and quirky, this hit movie opened in 1988 to rave reviews and tremendous box office success. This arrangement captures the fun and colorful atmosphere of the script, as well as
Add a bit of the Old West to your concert program with this rollicking medley of three famous Western movie themes that features your trombone section. Have your trombones stand, or bring them up in front
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John Moss gives us this arrangement of the striking and sensitive ballad from the ever popular "Les Miserables." The lovely and touching ballad from stage and screen is scored for younger players, lush and
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