This work is intended to portray the fast pace of a three-ring circus. It is filled with technical challenges and has proven to be a hit with players and audiences alike.
This crown pleasing circus fantasy returns to its origin in a new version designed to please player and listener alike!
In this simple ternary piece the melody unfolds over a descending bass line, allowing for constant subtle changes in the harmonic landscape. At the same time, the performer is given great freedom for
A fugue with a Caribbean twist for xylophone, marimba, and bass marimba. It challenges both individual technique and ensemble skills.
This work is derived from the word HERITAGE using note substitution for the letters H, E, A, G and E. The resulting fugue takes on a Latin flavor and unfolds in the ternary form of a concert overture. The
This arrangement puts a lively spin on this song from a collaborative Christmas cantata. Active in all parts, but a particular range workout for horn.
A tribute to the overtures which were staples of band programs in the late twentieth century.
This blending of musical styles is a proven crowd pleaser. It is both challenging and enjoyable for performer and listener alike!
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