Written to celebrate one of the hardest working species on the planet. A dissonant buzzing section represents the working bees collecting nectar and is contrasted by a chorale representing the honey as it's
March "Uno" is designed to be an accessible, yet musically rewarding first march for beginning bands as well as a good sight reading piece for bands preparing for festival. Simple, yet tasteful
Alleluia, for middle school concert band, is a multi-level composition. The composer chose to arrange a four measure setting of Alleluia (introduced by a solo flute in the first four
This piece was written for the 2010-2011 Lincoln Middle School Beginning Band. The parts are very accessible and even though this piece is in E-flat concert, the ranges stay within the concert B-flat scale.
This middle school band work consists of six short movements, each representing one of six colors that make up the color wheel. It's intended to be performed with stage lighting that matches the movement
Wade in the Water / Freedom Road (a multi-level middle school band work) begins with two solo instrumentalists. The alto sax soloist introduces Wade in the Water and the trumpet soloist
Written for wind ensemble, there is also a part for string bass section that can also be performed electronically if needed. While very challenging, advanced groups will enjoy the varied tempos, harmonic
Starting with full ensemble energy with full use of the percussion section, this easy technical march doesn't shy away from some contemporary harmonies. Low voices provide important counter
Viking Voyage is a multi-level middle school band work that has three sections: a moderately slow introduction, a faster second section with new melodic material, and a return to the first theme.
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