From "Les Miserables," here is a fast and furious production number that spotlights both the winds and the percussion. Its impressive style, rhythmic punches and clashing dissonances lead to a very abrupt...
This beautiful melody from "Les Miserables" is presented in an effective setting. A horn and trumpet duet is followed by a powerful statement for full band which ultimately trails to a soft and delicate...
Featuring a horn and trumpet duet in the beginning, here is the dramatic signature ballad from "Les Miserables." This powerful yet accessible setting allows all sections a chance to shine!
Your "Les Miserables" show would not be complete without this tune! This raucous and witty arrangement features the percussion section with the full band at the beginning and end. The exciting finish is...
A moving trumpet solo introduces the melodic ballad On My Own, growing in intensity before the brass quietly introduce the theme to Do You Hear the People Sing?. Driving toward a grand...
Several themes soar simultaneously and conclude with a glorious coda! Using three optional soloists can add even more drama in this rousing closer from the hit movie/musical "Les Miserables."
From "Les Miserables," this arrangement features the powerful introductory strains of the show followed by the driving 6/8 At the End of the Day. This show opener offers lots of variety and a...
From the dramatic opening strains, followed by an exciting 6/8 segment, to the thrilling conclusion, these two songs from the Broadway favorite "Les Miserables," now transformed into a blockbuster movie,...
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