Selections from Howard Shore's brilliant original soundtrack captures the adventure, excitement and tender moments of the first of the prequels to the epic Lord of the Rings trilogy and are faithfully
From the Academy-award nominated film, "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory," this song is as popular as ever judging by the more than 5.5 million views on YouTube. Its message of endless possibilities and
This classic is as vital today as it was in 1965. With this exciting, rhythmically driven arrangement, you'll find great audience acceptance, and it's loads of fun to play!
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
This dashing movie serves as a prequel to the famous story of Peter Pan, and as you would expect, the music ranges from swashbuckling action to touching moments. The themes included are: Opening
J.K. Rowling's fascinating book comes to life on the silver screen, further enhanced by the brilliant soundtrack by James Newton Howard. This charming ballad beautifully depicts one of the more touching and
This familiar theme was found in both Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone and Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. This exciting music captures the stories' adventurous flavor, and
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
This richly textured and emotion-packed suite comes to life in full orchestral color with this superb scoring for younger players! The arrangement may be performed by full or string orchestra.
This phenomenal hit from the computer game Civilization 4 has persistent percussion lines, soaring melodies, and expansive harmonies to be the perfect highlight of any concert.
This "best of" medley incorporates three of the most popular cuts from this very popular band: American Idiot; Wake Me Up When September Ends and Boulevard of Broken Dreams. This music
From their first album in 1965, which catapulted them to the top of the rock charts, this classic song from The Who is as vital today as it was back then. With this exciting, rhythmically driven arrangement
Beginning with the first episode aired by the BBC in 1963, Whovians have been riveted to the adventures of The Doctor. The instantly recognizable opening theme was ahead of its time, and the original
From the dean of American light music, this through-played medley scored for young and developing bands includes Plink! Plank! Plunk!, The Syncopated Clock, Forgotten
Brush off your sombrero and put on your dancing shoes! From Mexico's central Gulf coast, this indigenous Mexican dance is so endeared that some consider it the state song. This fresh and lively
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