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 fiery overture in 6/8 time features bold cinematic melodies that transform into passionate arias and back again. Seasoned string orchestras will be excited by the chance to show off part independence,
A work of some substance in five brief movements for symphonic forces, including full winds (with alto saxophone), full brass section and percussion. Andante; Allegro Molto; Adagio; Allegretto
One of Debussy's most endearing works is carefully transcribed for clarinet choir in this charming arrangement. Scored for six independent parts and liberal divisi, it requires at least one contra
This lively and enjoyable piece, scored for the advanced band, is a salute to the famous vaudeville, stage and screen dancers of the early 20th century. Daniel Bukvich's brilliant orchestrations take you
Upon leaving the U.S. Marine Band to form his own professional band, Sousa wrote this classic original march. It has since become a standard in the repertoire of American concert bands and is now available
A very popular traditional march presented in a large-print edition that will showcase the abilities of any fine band. It features a virtuoso baritone part in the trio that has been famous (or infamous)
A very effective transcription of this well known chamber work.
This resetting for string orchestra has successfully kept the composer's intent, and to a great extent, the sounds and colors of the original orchestration. While requiring some substantial string forces,
Brilliant, dramatic original overture commissioned for the United States Air Force Band in 1991. Celebrating 25 years of publication, this repertoire standard is a showpiece that appears on
Published in 2016 from an original manuscript, this stately work is scored for four trombones, euphonium and tuba. Presented in two brief movements: 1. Fanfare / Andante and 2. Allegro.
This wonderful transcription comes from the only comic opera written by Tchaikovsky, "The Slippers." It opens with a short, stately fanfare before bursting into a flurry of rhythmic activity depicting
From the writer of the famous Bacchanale comes this exotic dance for full orchestra. It is sure to inspire students with its mysterious start and exuberant melody. Ample doubling allows it to
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