Matthew Schoendorff's stunning work for young band, Agincourt 1415, is turned into a dramatic and musical journey for marching band by arranger Randall Standridge.
Wow! This is one burnin' chart! Jay originally wrote this original Latin opener for big, top level competitive bands, and it became an instant favorite. And believe us, his adaptation for smaller/younger
This powerful western-flavored original is a must for all kinds of outdoor performance. Big melodies and strong harmonies will make a huge statement on the street as well as a perfect show opener for
Take a journey to the mysterious deserts of Persia in this exotic production. Begin your trip in The Bazaar before taking a voyage on Magic Carpets and finally meeting the enigmatic
If you're looking for a great Latin-style opener that doesn't need a lot of rehearsal time, this is the one! Perfect for use on the field or in the stands, this powerfully scored chart will
Disneyland's theatrical extravaganza comes to marching band! The crowd will enjoy the main theme from "Fantasmic," which leads into the very memorable Sorcerer's Apprentice theme everyone knows
Thrill your band and crowd alike with two songs they grew up with: Beauty and the Beast, from the movie of the same name, and Part of Your World from "The Little Mermaid!" Your
Feature your percussion section in this exciting closer that blends Night on Bald Mountain with the Disneyland's Fantasmic theme! A dramatic finish to an extraordinary show!
Life on the open sea: Grandeur of the open sea, the perils that lie below, and the treasures one finds on the shore.
An excellent change of pace for any classical show, this marvelous chorale is a showpiece for what your band can do!
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Looking for a show with great visual potential? Look no further than this brand-new show by Randall Standridge. Scored for small to medium bands, this exciting contemporary production explores the nature of
The mysteries of ancient Egypt come alive in this intriguing production by Grand Mesa newcomer, Jeremy Doss. Clever percussion writing, tribal chanting, and attention to orchestration make this a great
Direct and to the point, the letter Q propels an entire show that opens with Queensland Court, followed appropriately by Quiet, and then closing energetically with Quick and Quit.
From the controlled beauty of classical ballet to the vivacity of salsa dance can be found in nearly every culture on Earth. Shall We Dance? celebrates dance's diversity of culture and capacity to express
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