The title is taken from Ralph Waldo Emerson's quote, "What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us." David Martin's composition requires energy and drive from
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The Latin style is excellent material for the teaching of rhythmic precision and counting. A variety of percussion sounds enhance this clever work that will cause you to never think of your pet
Cuban dance music for elementary band? You bet! The lively piece is carefully written so it's easy to learn. Feel free to substitute Latin American instruments as suggested in the score for even more
An excellent introduction to dance styles with just a touch of chromaticism to spice things up a bit. The sultry sounds of the tango come through loud and clear for a pleasant and unique change of pace to
An abominable piece of music, and that's snow joke! The legend of this creature comes to life as we hear the ponderous sound of his heavy footsteps approaching out of the snowy darkness. Carefully written
A giddy, bouncing traditional 6/8 march with a few left-handed twists you love. Premiered September 2003 by the Dallas Wind Symphony for the dedication of the Martin Rutchik Memorial Concert Stage at the
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