This song was written by American musician Robert Lamm, one of the founding members of the rock-jazz fusion band Chicago. It was recorded for their second album, Chicago, with Peter Cetera on lead
John O'Reilly and Mark Williams understand the needs of young musicians and offer this fine collection of ensemble pieces to give your beginning band students something they'll love to play! It's an
Here is an exciting book of duets, trios and quartets for flexible instrumentation that correlates with Accent on Achievement, Book 1. Use these ensembles to develop confidence in young players and
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Enjoy and play this arrangement from the Who's fifth album, Who's Next. This chart maintains the spirit and character of the original tune with its soaring guitar solos, vocal harmonies, and grooving
This arrangement takes the lyrical lines from Santana's guitar playing in Bella and lays them across the unique sound of a steel pan. Santana's guitar lines have been transcribed over full and rich
A classic Leroy Anderson piece newly arranged for percussion quintet! Scored for three xylophone "soloists" and two accompanying marimbas, this medium level ensemble will be a great addition to any
One of the most well-known Star Wars themes is now available for percussion ensemble! John Williams' classic composition, from the Mos Eisley Cantina scene in "Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope," is
The title of this piece is inspired by a prime swimming and snorkeling location within the Baja Mexican corridor of Los Cabos. It was written for Ken Broadway and the University of Florida's Sunshine
These selections work as individual pieces or in a four-movement capacity. This "mini-symphony" reveals the importance of key relationships, tempo relationships, and contrasting dynamics.
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