A revolutionary method with a unique blend of time-tested attributes, advances in modern technology, and insights on how students learn and how teachers want to teach. Available in in two formats: the
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You've heard of the fiddler on the roof? Well, how about a Band on the Housetop! Feature the entire band, section by section, at your next winter concert. Using just six notes, this old
Watch your ensemble spring to life in this fun and engaging arrangement of Pop Goes the Weasel. Each section of the band gets the spotlight as they stand up to perform their part of the melody.
Featuring thundering percussion and blaring fanfares, this work evokes images of the spectacular pageantry of thousands of soldiers on parade!
Now the youngest of bands can be introduced to the experience of performing a standard march. Only the first five notes of the B-flat scale are used in creating this carefully crafted work. It's a
Three American Christmas standards are presented in this very easy medley, carefully written to be playable by instrumentalists just beginning to play. Jolly Old Saint Nicholas
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Cleverly combining Jingle Bells and God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen, here is an entertaining arrangement for young players, reminiscent of an old-fashioned sleigh ride. It's fun, and
Employing only six notes, here is an extremely easy, yet effective, concert piece for the youngest of bands. The sound of drums help to create the atmosphere of the early American Great Plains, and while
Mature sounding and musical, this piece for beginning band is just what's needed for that very important first concert. It uses only the first six notes of the B-flat scale, and the rhythms are well within
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Designed to be played on an ensemble's first concert, the notes and rhythms are limited to those first learned by beginning students. This dynamic composition for beginning bands is dramatic, heroic and fun