The famous Brahms Lullaby inspired this wonderfully lyric work and hints of it are heard throughout. With its modest ranges and rhythmic patterns, you'll have ample time to teach valuable musical
Musically presenting all the majesty and grandeur of ancient Rome, this original is a bold contest opener or closer that will permit your ensemble to sound confident. Introducing just a few accidentals and
Audiences will delight in this joyous arrangement of the popular Kenyan song Wana Baraka. Repeated rhythmic patterns for cowbell, claves, tom-tom, and bass drum provide a spirited foundation
Explore one of the great mysteries of life with this strikingly evocative musical work. The delicate beginning creates a feeling of peacefulness that grows and intensifies, developing into
Introduce your students to the lyrical style and rollicking feel of traditional Scottish/Irish music. Opening with the memorable melody from Gilderoy, the arrangement transitions to
These two works are part of Edvard Greig's famous "Holberg Suite." The Air is one his most beautiful and tender works, while the Rigaudon is a characteristically playful French
The second movement of Three Folk Song Settings for Band, this hauntingly beautiful setting provides a lyrical contrast to the two outer movements. The touching lullaby, thought to be of
Bold and triumphant, this spirited selection conveys a sense of purpose from start to finish. The brilliant opening section consists of strong musical statements that lead to a contrasting and reverent
Here's a wonderful teaching piece as well a real delight for audiences! As the title indicates, this is an exciting and energetic piece that explores constantly changing time signatures.
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