Pull out all the stops with P.I. Tchaikovsky's festive classic! This very accessible arrangement with a grand finale is a great concert closer!
These pieces offer teachers and performers an original material designed for both educational and performing purposes. They are very useful for learning to play together at different levels and perfectly
Contest piece for six multi-percussionists.
Absence of Color was written in the winter of 2007 and received its premiere at Elon University, North Carolina in April, 2008. The music and the poetry came in response to two friends being pulled
Mahler's masterpiece from Symphony No. 5, this arrangement is quite true to the original. Will require at least three advanced players, with skills in tenor and treble clef. Being able to subdivide is a
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Here is a piece for advanced percussion ensemble requiring skill with a number of playing techniques and no small amount of rudimental chops from each player.
A percussion sextet with a strong 3/4 feel capturing the mood of a bullfight. This piece is a tribute to the late Max Albright. Parts 1, 2, and 3 are scored for mallet instruments while the rest are scored
The difficulty of this marching groove powerhouse stems from the use of hemiola throughout the piece and occasional mixed meter. The snare, timpani and tom parts are great for showcasing more advanced
For 2 oboes, English horn, 2 bassoons & contrabassoon. First printing. Composed for the 2018 International Double Reed Society's Annual Conference in Granada, Spain. Duration: ca. 6' 30". Score, 14 p.
This Andaluza (or Playera) is part of a set of 12 Spanish Dances written in 1890, now arranged for six flutes. The color and harmonies lend themselves so well to the sonorities of a flute ensemble.
The most well known song from Faure's "Trois Melodies". This arrangement shares lyrical the tune between 2 flutes and alto, with the gentle accompanying quavers shared between the other players. Score and
A large and lively arrangement of the famous opening from Act 3 of Handel's Oratorio Solomon. The inclusion of two Piccolos as the piece progresses gives extra brightness and an organ-like quality
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