This stunning finale for your "Dragon" show features the powerful main themes from the soundtrack, carefully paced for maximum effect on the field. The dramatic reprise section includes a touch of
For fans of the popular BBC series Doctor Who, pulses will quicken when they hear this intensely familiar theme. Used primarily for the eleventh Doctor, this is a powerful and exciting opening
Featuring a horn and trumpet duet in the beginning, here is the dramatic signature ballad from "Les Miserables." This powerful yet accessible setting allows all sections a chance to shine!
This beautiful melody from "Les Miserables" is presented in an effective setting. A horn and trumpet duet is followed by a powerful statement for full band which ultimately trails to a soft and delicate
First heard in the 1967 movie and featured again in the 2016 movie hit, here is a sizzling arrangement of this familiar classic in a hot Latin groove that everyone will love.
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 epic sci-fi saga continues and Rogue One delivers the out-of-this-world action-packed story in a big way. The powerful soundtrack takes on a life of its own in this stellar field presentation that
Audiences will love the three-piece halftime show featuring music from the ever-popular "James Bond" movie series! The iconic James Bond Theme opens the show in a sizzling chart that combines all
This creative production number starts with the ominous "Jaws" theme, and then our hero arrives to save the day! Great-sounding chart for young bands!
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The poignant and dramatic final scene of Star Wars: The Force Awakens features the tender melody of The Jedi Steps. This terrific arrangement for smaller bands then reprises the rousing
Written with plenty of variety in scoring and dynamics plus a short percussion break, this entertaining production number is based on the 1960's Four Seasons hits December 1963 (Oh, What a Night)
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