This song was written by American musician Robert Lamm, one of the founding members of the rock-jazz fusion band Chicago. It was recorded for their second album, Chicago, with Peter Cetera on lead
Aboriginal Dreams is a multi-movement work beautifully scored for 13 players. The first movement, Ritual, is introduced with powerful triplets and works into a sixteenth feel often
From a melodic theme that echoes through the different woodwind voices in the first movement to flashy unison articulated sixteenth note patterns in the second, this arrangement will engage both the players
This piece is a nice slow-fast combination of movements giving opportunities for expressive and rapid passages. The arrangement can also be performed as a Quartet (without the 3rd Oboe part) or as a
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According to Sir Isaac Newton, aether permeated all of space and was the medium which enabled all light and energy to traverse through it. This piece attempts to encapsulate this concept through the
Here is a '90s party tune arranged for percussion ensemble with steel drums. It has an infectious melody driven by a fast clave groove. There are plenty of breaks and solos giving
Johnson is one of the Big Three of ragtime, along with Joplin and Lamb. This piece in the style of an 1800s fox trot.
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