As reviewed in American String Teacher Magazine, "This refreshing work reflects teaching experience and unerring feeling for the abilities of advancing string players. It is a delightful ABA work, with
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Here is the perfect alternative for Pomp and Circumstance. It is much easier on the orchestra and everyone plays the melody. All parts shift and use chromatic fingerings, and there is great
Young musicians will thrill at their achievement when they perform this regal-sounding work. Minimal eighth notes, careful doubling and only six pitches allow beginners and ensembles with incomplete
A tuneful delight to the ear with a satisfying array of teaching points for the conductor. It makes a superb concert or festival selection, at home in any place in a program. Sure to become a
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Adapted from the first movement of his "Brandenburg Concerto No. 3" for strings, J.S. Bach later added wind parts and created this Sinfonia for his "Cantata No. 174." This arrangement by Merle
In the tradition of great wind band marches like British Eighth and Colonel Bogey, this original British march is intended for beginning orchestra. Students in their first year will find
A gorgeous work, combining the genius of Ralph Vaughan Williams with all the pomp and nobility that we love in the music
A perfect march for young bands to introduce triplets and simple syncopation. Triplets are always repeated notes, never in
Winner of the 1987 National School Orchestra Association composition contest, this ceremonial overture is animated, inspirational and very playable. A must for concerts and school functions, it belongs in
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