This Green Day hit translates into a powerhouse marching band arrangement that will ignite the night! It's time to really let the brass open up and blow!
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This Twenty One Pilots tune was one of the biggest hits of 2016 and was also featured in the movie "Suicide Squad." You'll love the attitude of this rebellious marching band setting that rocks hard from
Bright, upbeat and spirited, this tune by The Rembrandts made them famous - but everybody knows it as the theme for the television series Friends. The ageless quality and feel-good nature make it a piece
The "Willy Wonka" show finale features the timeless Pure Imagination. Beginning with a lovely baritone solo, the chart then gathers momentum; the full ensemble brings this delightful tune to an
Beginning with the quiet strains of Taps, this beautiful patriotic medley is a stunning closer! A stirring version of Amazing Grace is also included, plus a majestic sounding
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Save the best for last with this cool show closer. This soulful hit from Otis Redding makes the perfect closer, especially with the surprise punch at the end. A great way to end your halftime or post-game
This rock classic from the group Procol Harum makes the perfect closing number for any field show. The memorable melody really stands out in dramatic fashion as it builds to an unbelievably powerful
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