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Everyone loves to perform recognizable tunes, so here are four hot ones carefully scored for your students but with identifiable teaching concepts at the forefront. The songs can be performed together in
Four pop selections arranged for beginning bands that can be performed together as a complete concert or individually with other selections. Included are: Lips Are Moving; 25 or 6 to 4; Falling
This innovative publication offers 15 published works, complete with full score analyses, techniques for conducting and teaching, historical information, and supplemental exercises. This is ideal for
This special edition of Short Cuts provides great teaching points all wrapped up with popular holiday carols. Included are: Leroy Anderson's Sleigh Ride; Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree; Let
Bring on the holidays! This sparkling opening fanfare based on Joy to the World sets the stage for a festive musical celebration. Easy to put together with limited rehearsal time, it's
Historically important, the suite this comes from is one of the first pieces written exclusively for military bands. This arrangement is based on the second theme of the March, a very lyrical
All the might and majesty of a fleet of powerful warships are on full musical display in this striking work for beginning bands. The display of naval power has been an awe-inspiring sight throughout
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This solidly-scored holiday novelty has been performed and recorded over the years by numerous artists, including Eartha Kitt, Smash Mouth, and The Plain White T's. It's a classic, good
Are those pesky alternate fingerings giving you the blues? Wash them away with a nice big helping of Saxophone Stew as you make your sax section the stars of the show! Who knew the whole
A novel trombone feature for students in their first or second year of band. Their unique ability to play glissandi is on full display as your section gets to really shine. Not only a real crowd pleaser,