This dramatic and beautiful arrangement helps performers and listeners rediscover this familiar Christmas carol and see in it a sacred light. This setting offers the opportunity to work with younger players
A beloved Christmas hymn of the Moravian church. The Moravians, well known for the importance of music in their worship, sing this hymn during the Christmas eve candlelight service with a child soloist
This well-know carol is given new life with this warm instrumental setting. The emotional scope of this nativity hymn with its quintessentially English melody is further enhanced with concert band
Inspired by the "spirit army" of 6000 clay statues created for the tomb of the first emperor of China, this fascinating work opens with a brief, plaintive folk chant that summons the warriors from their
With its bright, hopeful melody and infectious rhythms, this original work is perfect to open or close your concert or to program for any celebratory occasion. Optimistic harmonies and recurring
This bright, festive fanfare is a perfect concert opener that can lend its jubilant air to any occasion. Written well within the ability level of developing players, it will herald the start of your young
It has never been easier or more fun for students to compose, improvise, arrange, and produce music and music-related projects than with today's technology. Written in a practical, accessible manner,
We've all experienced it, the alarm clock sounds on a cold winter morning and we begrudgingly wake to find the ground covered with deep snow. It's going to be a "snow day" off from school! The
Prepare yourself for a journey to a mysterious, tranquil imaginary world deep under the sea. The composition opens with dream-like beauty as you float in a serene lake, a calm sea,
In this unique work, two centuries-old cultural elements are fused to create an engaging, beautiful performance vehicle for intermediate bands. Western Dorian mode and Eastern Haiku poetry combine
Have the cookies left out on Christmas Eve mysteriously vanished? Does it seem like the nutcracker and toy soldier figurines have moved by themselves overnight? Are you experiencing strange visions of
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