The first movement from Mozart's "Symphony No. 40" is arguably one of the most well-known melodies in all of Classical literature. This arrangement goes well beyond the melody to give a broad
Crafted into a sturdy string orchestra arrangement, the striking and oh so familiar movement of Beethoven's seminal "Symphony No. 5" is the model introduction to one of the poignant works in Classical music
Mozart's Symphony No. 40 was completed in July of 1788 and was scored for flute, oboes, bassoons and strings; absent were the traditional trumpets and timpani. Subsequently, he added a pair of
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Written in the march style, this original will be a wonderful closer for your next patriotic program. Joyous and enjoyable for players and audience alike, 1776 is a welcome addition to the band
What might Ludwig write today if he suddenly decided to 'whoop it up' (after a little too much Bavarian Brew)? Et voila, Beethoven Goes Bananas... a theme and variation based on the opening motif
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