"At the Shrine of the Rose" by Francis Richter was written in 1920 for the Shriners' national convention that was held in Portland Oregon. The march was dedicated to the El Kadar Temple in Portland for that
"Chicago Tribune" is W. Paris Chambers' most popular march. It is so distinctive, with skillful interplay between melody and countermelody and brilliant running woodwind parts. The march is a
Klar zum Gefecht is one of Hermann Blankenburg's brilliant German marches. The title in English is Ready for Action. This expression is used in the same way as All hands on deck in the navies of
Written by Karl King in 1910 "The Melody Shop" has become (in)famous for its particularly challenging euphonium part here preserved in all its glory in a new arrangement by Marc Oliver. Woodwind players are
A staple of the march repertoire composed in 1902. The trio is often used as ceremonial music for the color guard when presenting and retiring the colors.
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