Welcome in the joy of the season with this spirited fanfare. Shimmering fanfares abound in all sections of the band, presented around fragments of The First Noel. Everything is combined to create a
This programmatic work includes energetic rhythms and massive dissonant chords that depict an epic battle between a solitary warrior and a dragon who threatens his kingdom. A large battery of percussion and
Shady Grove is a folk song that began to be heard in the southern Appalachians around the time of the Civil War. The memorable melody has a distinctively haunting quality that one can't help but be
Bright, lively and extremely appealing, this spellbinding Latin-flavored concert work displays all the harmonic color and syncopated rhythms one expects to find in this popular style. The wide range of
Relive the story of John Henry racing against a steam drill in this new setting of the American folk song This Old Hammer. An expressive opening gives way to ... view details
Imaginative, crisp scoring and a constant rhythmic drive energetically propel this fresh new take on Yankee Doodle from start to finish. Your students will rally around this stirring, fun setting
This tone poem evokes an imaginary saga of the rise to power of a medieval realm against tyrannical forces. A heroic musical statement sets the stage for this drama and takes on a processional quality as
This holiday work for young band trades in ballet shoes for guiros and timbales. This setting of Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy presents a decidedly different twist, allowing students to learn to
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