Have fun teaching sixteenth notes to your band with this highly playable arrangement of the chart-topping hit by Justin Bieber and Dan + Shay. Alto sax solo opportunities.
A slow, dark, and mysterious opening transitions to a brisk but dark C minor melody that slowly builds before exploding into a triumphant A-flat major fanfare. Fantastic melodic writing, creative harmonies,
This spirited and energetic fanfare makes for an exuberant opener to either half of a concert. Orchestral performances of note include the L.A. Philharmonic's performance at the Hollywood Bowl Gala,
Based on traditional tunes dating back hundreds of years, this masterful rhapsodic setting utilizes a wide variety of styles and moods. Taking the listener on a dramatic and emotional journey, the featured
You're cool, likable, and confident. You don't walk, you strut. You're Awesome Sauce, and this piece is the soundtrack of your life! With its fun, blues-like melody and cool rock beat, it
This outstanding dramatic work will be the highlight of every concert and contest program for high school and advanced middle school bands! Inspired by the musical culture of the Far East, this piece
This beautiful lyric composition has established itself in the repertoire for full concert band. The arrangement has been skillfully adapted for flexible instrumentation, retaining the rich chorale flavor
It's never too cold outside to play an exciting rock tune in the band room! This fun piece features very easy rhythms, interesting parts for every section, and plenty to keep the percussion busy.
Ever wonder what it would sound like to mash-up the William Tell Overture with a variety of familiar Christmas songs? This creative arrangement is pure holiday fun for beginning bands and
All aboard! The percussion section serves as the engineer that drives this fun and festive arrangement of beloved Christmas classics will be a highlight of your next holiday concert. All sections are
Filled with tuneful melodies and an energetic lilt throughout, this piece is sure to appeal to students as well as audiences. There are a wealth of instructional benefits elements as well: developing
A great technical showcase that is fun and entertaining. Whimsical melodies, whirling eighth note lines, crisp and punchy hits and campy yet well scored percussion effects combine to create this fresh work
Imagine a slightly confused cobbler and his workshop of curious tools and gadgets. Michael Oare's descriptive and clever work for beginning bands features a tuneful melody and special effects in the
The low brass and low woodwinds are brought right to the fore in this driving and high-energy original work. Young brass players will have the opportunity to expand their lower range, and lots of great
Three well-known secular carol tunes are showcased in this big and brassy, bright and flashy seasonal extravaganza, especially suited as a concert opener. Beginning with a cascade of chimes, soaring
Commemorating fifty years that the Bay Youth Orchestras of Norfolk, Virginia has served young musicians in the area, this solid work masterfully portrays a feeling of enthusiasm and joyous excitement.
This exciting and dramatic fanfare featuring triumphant brass and soaring melodies is a wonderful concert opener that will show off intermediate to advanced bands in a flattering way, will please audiences,
Bright and celebratory, this fanfare marks the 20th anniversary of Anglo Music Press. A strong and bold melody is passed around to all sections followed by a short bridge before a full-ensemble
This powerful work for band is composed in two main sections. The opening slow section features stunning impact points mixed with moments of majestic lyricism and distinctive harmonies. The energetic presto
Beginning bands now have the opportunity to be able to perform a full concert march for their spring program or contest with this fun, melodic, and highly accessible work. Written in traditional march form,
The title is naturally a play on words and affectionately refers to the low brass section. Filled with enthusiasm and a resilient spirit, these students are often the foundation and heart of any band.
Composed in 1933, Haydn Wood's classic work Mannin Veen: A Manx Tone Poem has remained a staple in the wind band repertoire, currently appearing on over 20 state festival lists. The opening segment
This powerful rock ballad by the Pretenders continues to resonate well beyond its 1994 release thanks to a strong melody and hopeful message. Here is a terrific-sounding version for concert band with brief