O Come, O Come Emanuel was written in the thirteenth century by an unknown composer. It was set as a single melodic line as many Gregorian chants were constructed. Lush, modern harmonies have been...
The haunting melody of this Advent favorite is enhanced by rich, shifting harmonies. This arrangement makes a wonderful contrast selection in a holiday program. And it is scored for five saxophones with...
Scored for 2 oboes, English horn and 2 bassoons. Arranged by Eric Rath for the 2015 TMEA.
This is a straightforward yet beautiful arrangement of the famous tune. It will require sensitive musicianship and good technique, but is such a fine piece, it practically plays itself.
This clever arrangement by James Christensen of the pop/jazz classic opens with finger snaps in the flute and oboe while the clarinet and bassoon begin the tune. The hornist gets to simulate the sound of a...
The delicate setting and simple melody of Placid create a peaceful mood akin to intimate friends having a quiet conversation in a fire-lit sitting room. Though it's not a holiday classic, it sure sounds...
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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.
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