An unofficial national anthem of Australia, heard in movies, documentaries, and anytime there is a mention of the "land down under." It is a great song on its own, telling the story of the traveling migrant
The title of this composition comes from the idea of having a very energetic composition with contrasting melodies. One can hear melodies, countermelodies, and rhythmic juxtapositions throughout this work.
Ideal for the first concert, this piece builds confidence as students play rhythmically together, creating a full rich sound. Chords are used so that it sounds more mature than most pieces at this level.
This composition has a decidedly religious theme that may be played in concert or at chapel events. It includes an optional four-part choral harmony that works instrumentally or with a choir. It is very
A Kelpie is a Scottish mythical creature often seen in the shape of a horse. It is a shape shifter that can change forms. It is a legend often told to keep young children away from the lakes and the rivers.
The use of chromatics and syncopation are emphasized in creating the industrial sounds of this intriguing piece. Busy percussion parts help to fuel the musical machinery while winds and brass keep the
As with many of the compositions of Andrew Poor, the melody is beautiful with gorgeous harmonies. It is a medium tempo of the quarter note set at 80 beats per minute. It will be loved by your audience. The
What a great introduction to the classics! Three famous Beethoven themes - from Symphony No. 7, Symphony No. 3, and Symphony No. 9 -are included in this musical setting for young band. All very easy
The composition opens with the flutes playing the haunting opening chant theme in the style of the Medieval and Renaissance eras. After the full ensemble boldly joins in, the theme accelerates into an
The colorful and steady pulse of percussion introduces this dynamic work with imaginative sounds that create images of armor-clad knights riding past on powerful steeds. As the piece unfolds, the winds
This is a great composition for your beginners' all-important first concert. It is fully scored with parts doubled; the shortest rhythm value is a quarter note for ease in learning and confidence in
Add an impressive element of pomp and majesty to your performances with this regal original processional march. The impressive writing for winds is further enhanced by sections that feature the percussion
With rhythms consisting of only quarter, half, and whole notes, this very easy selection is a great candidate for your beginner's very first concert. The emphatic articulations and sensible doublings will
This is the perfect composition to show off your entire trumpet section or three star players of your developing band. Solidly written, both the band parts and trumpet parts are well written, entertaining,
A true and well-crafted transcription of this beautiful Romantic-era work by Alexander Borodin, one of the Russian Mighty Five composers. The music contains all of the evocative
The title says it all in this spirited, hard-driving piece for young bands. A repeated eighth-note pattern maintains a strong pulse while syncopated rhythms add a thrilling musical element. The percussion
A moderately slow and very moving composition. It builds to a big, full climax, then eases back down to a soft and beautiful ending. Lyrical!
This is an exciting, fun composition that is a great rhythmic tool for teaching eighth-note combinations and dotted quarter- and eighth-note rhythms. The bold opening statement gives way to some dissonance,
If you are looking for a composition to feature your horn soloist, this is the work. It is beautiful with a variety of styles, all reflecting the culture of China. Something different and unique for your
A powerful sounding concert overture that will be a quick learn for the students. It is a good study in syncopation with a written key change. 1st trumpet's highest note is D. Only the first clarinets cross
An exciting and brisk work for young bands. It sounds difficult, but is quite easy to play. 1st clarinets cross the break. 1st trumpet's highest note is D.
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A bold and exciting work that starts slowly and quickly moves to a faster tempo. After another slow section in the middle it comes to a dynamic and rhythmically charged ending. Clearly presented themes and
Beautiful, lush harmonies abound in this expressive work that depicts the mood of the poem Persephone and Hades by Robert C. Covel.
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