Frantisek Kmoch (1848-1912) was a Czech composer and conductor. He composed numerous marches and folk songs and is sometimes known as the "Czech March King." This march "Green Groves" takes its name from
A juxtaposition of 3/4 and 6/8 meters the clicks of dancers' heels (represented in percussion and cello finger taps) and fast runs and arpeggios are the hallmarks of this huapango. This piece originally
Johnson Lane March was premiered by the Imperial High School "Tiger" Band in El Centro, CA. It is a light march, featuring the horn section in the trio.
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Following a brief introduction, "Mount Signal" starts with a monothematic march divided by a short fife-and-drum-like bridge. The trio is similarly monothematic with a bridge as its middle section. As
Borodin's beloved "Nocturne" (the second movement of his String Quartet No. 2) arranged for string orchestra by Joel Jacklich with the addition of a separate part for string bass.