The rousing and well-known Anvil Chorus or Gyspy Chorus from Verdi's "Il Trovatore" depicts Spanish gypsies striking their anvils at dawn and singing the praises of hard work, good wine,
Based on a folk song, this piece works well for young musicians. In 3/4 meter, key of B-flat major; trombone upper range
This collection contains 21 quartets in a variety of styles from classical to folk and includes original pieces that will be fun to play with any combination of four wind instruments. Quartets are a great
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Everyone knows the Ode To Joy melody, but no one will expect to hear it over Johann Pachelbel's famous deceptive chaconne! A warm, unique adaptation of the immortal classic, this famous theme from
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.
With everything you expect from a Sousa march, this is a welcome addition to the tuba-euphonium repertoire. You can almost hear the horses and their riders!
You'll hit a home run with this one! This perennial favorite sung during the seventh inning stretch at baseball games, is arranged here for Grade 3 groups consisting of two baritones (T.C. or B.C.) and two
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