A beautiful and lyrical work with lush scoring and wonderful counterpoint. All sections have features including solo opportunities. This is a perfect way to develop and showcase your band's tone and overall
The official march of the Royal Air Force written by Walford Davies is available here in an accessible arrangement playable by a wide range of ensembles.
Tender and reflective, this lyrical and emotional work effectively explores the musical range of the young concert band.
Concert marches are not just for the developed concert band - this exceptional original work offers effective march-style figures in all sections while keeping it accessible to younger bands.
Throw some Hanukkah and Handel into a lively and festive holiday mash-up. The melody is effectively passed around each section while the percussion keeps the momentum moving. With relatively simple rhythms,
A lovely lyrical work for beginning bands in 3/4, this piece opens softly with a sound like a music box before developing into a full and lushly scored work with a warm melody and pleasing harmonies. A
A thrilling cinematic work! Effective orchestrations create the majesty and turmoil of the ocean while keeping it accessible to young bands. The piece covers a wide variety of musical concepts and even
An excellent original concert march in 6/8 with an effectively unique second strain that makes it stand out. Great choice for concert or contest.
This well-scored and accessible medley of American patriotic songs - Over There; The Stars and Stripes Forever; Hail to the Chief; America and Yankee Doodle - has all the trimmings of a
Fun and spooky with creepy colors - this piece is an effective way to reinforce tempo changes, articulations, dynamics, harmonic minor scale, and counting. A fun and engaging addition to your Halloween,
A regal fanfare gradually picks up speed until it becomes a full-on tour de force of action. Intense melodies, driving percussion, and tension-filled syncopated rhythms will have musicians and audiences on
This fast-paced original work utilizes a nice contrast between articulated and legato sections while maintaining the intensity throughout. Your percussion section will be thoroughly engaged. Works great as
Add a little Irish cheer to your next holiday! This medley is well scored for developing bands, with all instruments actively engaged. A lovely flute solo will make the perfect showcase for your star
Your audience won't believe what they are hearing at your beginning band's first holiday performance! This creative mash-up of the popular holiday favorites Up on the Housetop and Good
Who says your beginning band can't sound like a mature ensemble at their first concert performance? This original work does an amazing job utilizing texture, melody, counterpoint, dynamics, articulation,
Open your concert program in grandiose fashion with this powerful fanfare. This work uses stately triplet and sixteenth-note figures to create an exciting atmosphere. An excellent showcase for a technically
From the body percussion effects and the biting syncopations to the driving percussion, the title pretty well sums it up. This high-energy original work is nonstop forward motion from beginning to end. A
A unique and fresh medley of the popular Christmas favorites The Poor Wayfaring Stranger; Patapan and Good Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen scored to tell a story of a hero on
Where does Santa spend his vacations from the North Pole. Well, the answer to this much-debated mystery just might be Cuba! This fun compilation takes three Christmas favorites - Jolly Old St. Nicholas;
Take a trip to the English countryside in early spring. This arrangement of the traditional English folk song is scored to sound full with minimal preparation time. A nice easy addition to your next concert
This driving and high octane original work lives up to its title. Sharp staccato articulations doubled with crisp eighth note/eighth rests figures, biting dissonances and dramatic dynamic shifts keep the
Here's a fresh and funky mash-up of the holiday classics Good King Wenceslas and Deck the Halls, with a dash of Jingle Bells. Young bands will reinforce dotted
Lively and bouncy, this original work is written primarily in 6/8. The parts are written with great attention to the idiosyncrasies of the individual instruments, which not only aids considerably with the
A strong and heroic fanfare explores a wide range of musical concepts and voicings while remaining accessible to young bands. Every section of the band gets a chance to shine and sound big.