Professional quartets, advanced school ensembles, and string orchestras will enjoy the pieces included in this new chamber music series. The first book in the series includes highlights of classical
A treasure of 28 iconic themes by masters of the 19th century. Perfect for warm-ups and instruction. Every selection features a picture and biography of each composer. The battery percussion parts by John
Serenade for Strings, Op. 22, First Movement is presented in its entirety in G major (from the original E major), making it wonderfully accessible to less advanced ensembles. A staple in classical
The Highway is a powerful piece for six percussion players and string bass. The composition takes the listener through a series of forward-moving twists and turns. Sometimes the
This spectacular arrangement features the first movement of Dvorak's well-known "Symphony No. 8." While the arrangement has been made accessible to younger ensembles, it retains all the expressiveness and
Now for the first time in print, this publication is based on Nelson Riddle's original set of parts used by Frank Sinatra for the 1956 session with Quincy Jones' modifications for the Live at the the Sands
Perhaps no song is associated with Frank Sinatra more than this one! In Los Angeles on January 12, 1956 Frank Sinatra recorded Nelson Riddle's arrangement of Cole Porter's song, I've Got You Under My
Set for SATB chorus, SATB soloists, and keyboard with optional orchestra: two flutes, two clarinets, two horns, two bassoons, and strings, this work is accessible and gratifying for high school and
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Originally composed for Herald Trumpets, the U.S. Army Band's acclaimed trumpet ensemble, Paul Murtha's dramatic fanfare
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