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The Rondo movement from Ludwig van Beethoven's Pathetique Sonata (No. 8, Op. 13) is one of the most beautiful and exciting pieces of all time. This grade 4+ edition, expertly arranged by...
A lively medley of traditional Irish folksongs that includes: When Irish Eyes are Smiling; Kerry Dance; Molly Malone; My Wild Irish Rose; Harrigan, That's Me and McNamara's Band.
Perfect for contest or recital presentations, this Grade 5 arrangement of Franz Joseph Haydn's great classic perents two exciting movements: "Allegro Moderato" and "Finale." All melodic ornaments are...
Schocker's Sextet was written for and dedicated to Jenny Cline (flute) and the Monmouth Winds, who premiered the work in 2014. The Sextet, Cline writes, "sounds at times delicate and...
An exceptionally nice arrangement of the well-known folksong shows the ensemble to great advantage.
This arrangement is a warm, rich treatment of the beloved carol with contemporary harmonies. There are optional ad-lib parts for soprano (optional alto 1) and tenor. Scored for five saxophones SATTB, AATTB,...
The musical material for Sound Reflections was inspired after a trip to the Grand Canyon. The open voicings of quartal harmonies reflect the canyon's vast expanse. The work is fun to perform and...
From Felix Mendelssohn's Songs Without Words Op. 67, No. 4, this piece has also been referred to as Bee's Wedding since the busy accompaniment to the melody resembles the buzzing of bees....
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