This exciting, energetic work comes from Holsinger's "GrandKid Suite," in which he has captured his grandson's obsession with anything that flies - be it airplane, helicopter, or... super hero! After
Treat your audiences to a voyage to the vast, unexplored areas of the Amazon rainforest where most of the world's isolated tribes dwell. Through the use of call and response, rhythmic grooves, and
This whimsical offering represents a story about a young boy who is chosen to confront a giant in order to learn his secrets. The music paints a colorful scene with lilting melodies and rhythms creating a
Here's a very easy novelty number that captures the fun and goofiness of bobblehead dolls. With clever visual and vocal effects, plus some percussion feature spots, this is sure to be enjoyed by players and
You can tell by the title that this one is pure fun for the young band. Latin-infused rhythms and instruments drive this piece along with catchy melodic figures and lively licks that the students will love
One of the most infectious folk songs of all time is certain to make a huge splash at your next concert event. The band opens with stomping and clapping, encouraging audience participation! The well-known
It's important to stimulate beginning musicians with musical styles that they love and want to play - and what young student doesn't love to play the blues? Drawing from her own teaching experience, the
Dark and sinister are not words normally associated with music for beginning bands. However, this well-written Paul Lavender original provides powerful and dramatic sounds even at this very easy level. With
This music is as mischievous and fun loving as the beginning band students it was written for! A fun-filled romp, it uses creative effects such as trombone glisses, slide whistles, mouthpiece screeches and
This medley of folksongs is equal parts Italian and Irish. The work begins with the well-known Irish folksongs The Girl I Let Behind Me; No One Can Love Like an Irishman; The Galway Piper; and the
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