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Here is Journey's signature hit from 1981 in a high octane version for mature bands! With the mellophones and horns on the signature guitar riff, carefully paced impact points, and a driving percussion
Since its initial release by Aerosmith in 1973, this classic rock ballad has enjoyed continual popularity through the years in film and TV, most recently being featured on Glee. This powerful version for
This iconic Beatles ballad was one of their last recorded hits. This impressive arrangement features a brief trumpet solo, a powerful build-up and modulation, and ends with a segue into Hey Jude
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The jazz-rock group Chicago has made some unforgettable music over the years. This driving arrangement of Make Me Smile can be used as the first part of a three-piece show (with Saturday in the
Here's one of Simon and Garfunkel's biggest hits arranged for marching band! Sure to be a favorite of band and audience alike!
The song that defines power ballad is ready to be performed by your marching band! This arrangement of the huge Journey hit would be perfect in a halftime show as well as during homecoming festivities.
With its message of universal joy and happiness, it's no surprise that this song by '70s group Three Dog Night continues to be frequently performed. The crowd will definitely get into the action when your
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