Composed in 1925 by Spanish composer Jaime Texidor, this attractive, moderately paced paso doble has a proven long-lasting appeal and musicality and is a true classic in concert band repertoire.
Young musicians will thrill at their achievement when they perform this regal-sounding work. Minimal eighth notes, careful doubling and only six pitches allow beginners and ensembles with incomplete
A terrific opening number for your young band's first concert! This little march has everything you'd want in a march, even a "dog-fight" break strain for a special touch. A real winner for elementary
A tuneful delight to the ear with a satisfying array of teaching points for the conductor. It makes a superb concert or festival selection, at home in any place in a program. Sure to become a
Add a bit of musical history to your concerts with this lively quickstep march. This appealing number from the Civil War era features a moderate tempo and distinctively spirited military style. The scoring
Sousa's brilliant, fiery and tuneful Spanish dance is enhanced by multiple percussion, including colorful castanets and tambourines. The composer's natural affinity for creating great
Imagine a band far off in the distance marching towards you - the music, soft at first, becomes louder and louder, the red
Historically important, the suite this comes from is one of the first pieces written exclusively for military bands. This arrangement is based on the second theme of the March, a very lyrical
Available here in a flexible instrumentation setting, this arrangement features the stylish moderate tempo and very tuneful melody of the original classic march. It provides a very nice change of pace from
Semeon Tchernetsky was a prominent military bandmaster who composed over 70 marches as well as other works for band. The stately manner of this stirring and robust march displays a profound sense of loyalty
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