The rousing march music of John Philip Sousa has been an audience favorite for generations. This spirited medley combines themes from four of Sousa's most famous marches: The Washington Post; Semper
With a nod to the Baroque style and a contemporary flair, this quartet is a fine choice for concert or festival appearances.
Originally written for oboe; these two lovely Baroque movements have become a favorite among saxophonists for many years. Standard literature on numerous state and festival lists. Now
Originally written for oboe; these two beautiful Baroque movements have made this solo a favorite for many years. It offers a rewarding challenge for the more capable baritone sax player.
Dvorak’s 8th Symphony is often referred to as his Pastoral symphony for its optimistic and uplifting themes. With contrasting melancholy minor and lighthearted major folk-like melodies, this
This German composer was the half-brother of Clara Schumann and composed a significant amount of chamber music. His Adagio, opus 38 for cello and orchestra is an eloquently beautiful solo work
A "fantasy" in every detail for young musicians. After an opening flourish, complete with a violin solo cadenza, the piece settles into a majestic theme that is shared throughout the ensemble.
Bright Classical transcription that challenges each member of the horn quartet.
Haydn's superb melodic craftsmanship shines brightly in this brief, effervescent Allegro in rondo form.
Written in 1779 after his return from Paris, Mozart’s lively Symphony No. 32 loosely follows the form of an Italian overture. Cleverly arranged here without the slow andante section,...
Here is one of Mozart's most famous quartet movements, carefully transcribed for string orchestra. It remains very true to the original in style, nuance, and bowings but is slightly shortened and transposed
Mozart's Symphony No. 17 was composed in 1772 when he was just 16 years old. Originally for oboes, horns and strings, this string orchestra arrangement of the first movement has maintained the
A short and vibrant concert overture that resonates with the essence of the American spirit. While the work consists primarily of original material, there are brief hints and echoes of The Star Spangled
Travel back to the oldest civilizations, visiting ghosts of a long-dead past. Solo flute and trumpet extend musical invitations, with the ensemble building momentum as ghostly apparitions swirl in and out
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