One of Debussy's impressionist masterworks for solo piano, this arrangement/transcription remains faithful to the form and harmonic structure of the lofty dance (Debussy notated it in 9/8). Henry Wolking
A fanfare for the Winter 2002 Olympics in Salt Lake City was commissioned by the International Sports Broadcasters for their 30 opening animation clip which preceded every televised Olympic event. Henry
Wisp is a brief whisper movement. With all trumpets in harmon mutes, the sound is that of a melody appearing vaguely in a dream-like state. It floats over the consciousness and then disappears
This trombone quintet begins with a dark poignant adagio in 3/4 that travels to the lively, more upbeat 4/4 tempo in which it is most often performed. Moderate ranges prevail with lead trombone going to
This medium level, jazz influenced arrangement begins with a moderate waltz chorale that flows gently to a jazz waltz and then a moderate tempo bossa nova. Moderate ranges prevail with 1st trumpet going to
This arrangement combines traditional form and chord structure with a more current harmonic language. It begins and ends in the traditional key of D with two modulations to F. The introduction and
This energetic 5-minute quartet was the inspiration for the big band jazz chart of the same name. It could also could serve as a soundtrack for an imaginary Super Mario Run game or it could be a super fresh
The popular Christmas standard first appeared in 1839 in the key of E-flat, the key of this arrangement in its entirety. It is a mixed meter fantasy progressing through modulating colors and textures and
This carol has been attributed to several different composers, and in fact several different versions of the popular Christmas tune have been published in the last two hundred years. This 4/4 arrangement,
The popular, yet ancient melody has been attributed to a variety of composers, yet it still remains anonymous. This arrangement explores the tune from times past to the present. The first verse is
This 1902 composition served as a transition tune from ragtime to traditional jazz. Originally written in 2/4 in the key of G, it became a traditional standard in the key of F, most often played in up-tempo
The first half of this arrangement orchestrates two of the earliest known manuscripts researchers have discovered. Both are in 6/8 and the key of D. The first chorus (placed in C) is taken from a
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