This composition incorporates a cherished theme from a time when simple values provided guidance for life's challenges. The colorful scoring and frequent shifting of themes among sections make it fun to
Originally performed by the Boston Pops Orchestra, Leroy Anderson's composition musically depicts a leisurely stroll through a park. This is a perfect selection to introduce this famous composer's work to
Although the traditions began several centuries ago, here is a colorful medley of carols, popular in Victorian England, set in contemporary treatments. Includes: The Holly and the Ivy; God Rest You
What a great way to pay tribute to the genius of Mel Brooks and feature your trumpet soloist! As haunting as it is musical, it's ideal for Halloween concerts but can be programmed anytime throughout the
A delightfully upbeat march that was inspired by the gift of a King penguin to Scotland's Edinburgh Zoo in 1913. Even though there really isn't an actual Norwegian penguin, this particular
Confidence, belief, hope, reliance - the very definition of the title is represented by the music of this resolute piece. Written in triple meter, the introspective melody reinforces the concept of balance
Get a full dose of holiday cheer from this setting of a baker's dozen of familiar carols. These favorite tunes are presented in a jam-packed musical treat that's gift-wrapped with shifting meters, styles,
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Wind is one of the most elemental forces in nature. This original work musically captures the various forms in which the invisible energy can present itself. Bold melodic lines of powerful fronts, expansive
What would December concerts be without those familiar tunes that everyone loves to hear during that special time of year? Everyone's seasonal favorite is bound to be included in these snippets from 12 of
Composed in 1917, the march later adopted as the official song of the United States Army is one of Sousa's most frequently performed titles. It's unique in that it uses a familiar tune for the trio
Considered by many to be the first American professional composer and arranger, William Billings' legacy lives on today, an important part of our musical landscape. With the use of his canon techniques,
Change is inevitable, and the musical changes experienced in this work are all good. Developing slowly, this original piece is punctuated with melodic fragments that establish the
A striking musical depiction of the brilliant and dramatic dawn of civilization and the development of humankind. After a grandiose fanfare to start the journey, the piece explores the intricate
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