A four-note motive pushes the piece forward and is contrasted by a lush middle section. The unrelenting motive comes back and brings the piece to a dramatic finish.
This descriptive work stunningly depicts the beauty of Bainbridge Island located in the Puget Sound in Washington state. It has a "made-in-America" spirit and sound, merging the simplicity of folk song-like...
This dramatic piece cranks right from the start! The work is set in E minor (but without any C naturals on the A string) with simple rhythms no more difficult than two repeated eighth notes. You will hear...
In Prospect is a tuneful processional piece. It can be used as a new and different march for festivals or graduation ceremonies for any level orchestra as it is easy to rehearse. It can also be...
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Imagine two zombies dancing a zombie tango! This would make a great piece for Halloween, or anytime zombie fever is taking over your school.
This piece depicts the tail of the mythical dragon as it swings around to fend off its enemies. The main themes are pointed and angular with lots of rhythmic drive.
Dedicated to the composer's young son, this piece was written with thoughts of his playful nature which can be heard throughout. The lush, emotional opening depicts the composer's awe at being a parent to a...
This piece is a rush of excitement right out of the gates. Starting with exciting and angular rhythms, this work moves to sweet, lyrical lines.
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