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
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
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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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