Designed to highlight an important time in history, this medley of songs from the American Revolutionary War makes a good programming choice for any patriotic concert. The variety of styles from marches to
Our pocket-size bugle best-seller is reformatted for standard 9 X 12 size! Captain Canty had organized and presented over 200 bugle signals, calls, and marches from the various branches of the military in
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This rousing and patriotic song was written in 1867, the year of Canada's Confederation. It became very popular, and for many years, was the unofficial national anthem of Canada. This arrangement can be
This rousing and patriotic song was written in 1867, the year of Canada's Confederation. It became very popular and, for many years, was the unofficial national anthem of Canada. The piece opens with a
This exciting work features the anthems of all five U.S. military branches: The Army Goes Rolling Along (a.k.a. The Caissons Go Rolling Along), Anchors Aweigh, Semper Paratus, The Air
A straight forward trio for trombone (with optional horn and baritone T.C. parts) that is well balanced in the scoring. The melody is tossed around between the various parts, while the piano tends to act as
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!
Canadian Brass quintet arrangement of several of Sousa's best loved march themes. Perfect for the 4th of July!
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