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
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Among Goldman's many contributions to the band's repertoire, his Christmas march medley has been especially popular. Familiar seasonal tunes include Good King Wenceslas; Adeste Fideles; Jingle
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It doesn't get any better than this! Themes from three of America's most popular patriotic marches are brought together in this colorful and solidly scored medley. Including You're a Grand Old Flag,
A spirited march treatment of the tune known as The Boys Of Wexford, this lively arrangement really moves along! After a contrasting middle section in 6/8 featuring bagpipe effects, the
Here's a terrific transcription that provides a contrasting selection for concert programs. The soft but intense opening builds in intensity and draws the listener in as it grows in energy and volume.
Originally written for orchestra, this wacky, fast polka was premiered in 1970 and is based on Anderson's reading of the P.G. Wodehouse book, The Man With Two Left Feet. Dr.
You'll make stars out of your trombone section when you program this delightful ragtime feature. Known as the father of the trombone smear, this is the first of fifteen novelty trombone solos Henry Fillmore
This melodic, patriotic song was written as a contribution to the war effort during World War I. The delightful march was performed for fund-raising efforts for the Red Cross, assisting in the raising a
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