Carl Bohm (1844 - 1920) was a renowned teacher and composer of effective works for developing violinists. His famous "Moto Perpetuo" is played by nearly every violinist. The "Galop" is a similar
Written in memory of the composer's grandfather, a Korean War Veteran, this piece is perfect to program as a tribute to all service men and women. The heroic melodies and harmonies, set in D Major, are
A perfect piece any time of year to honor the USA and to recognize audience members who currently serve or have served our nation through military service. The piece begins with the familiar My Country
Spanning U.S. history from the revolutionary days to the first part of the 20th century, this medley begins with Yankee Doodle, originally a British march with lyrics that taunted the Colonies but
With a similar approach to his famous America, The Beautiful, Carmen Dragon's arrangement of this beloved American hymn is considered to be one of the most dramatic and effective versions ever
Enjoy this patriotic classic for any concert or to honor our veterans. Set at a level achievable for young players, this piece will also work for older groups with little rehearsal.
The famous song by William Billings from the American Revolution has been the basis of many settings. In this arrangement, the beginning students get to mix march-like rhythms with a lush and full chorale
As the nation commemorates 150 years since the Civil War, here is an appealing medley for young players that uses music of the period. The bugle call Taps originated during the Civil War and is
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