Pierre La Plante's newest tribute to America's folk music heritage combines The Shantyman's Life; The Erie Canal and Shoo Fly in this big, colorful masterwork for band. The charming
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
Here's a remarkably well-done suite based on familiar folk tunes from the British Isles. They're tunes that almost everyone knows and loves, and Larry Daehn's skillful arrangement is very attractive and
A gorgeous work, combining the genius of Ralph Vaughan Williams with all the pomp and nobility that we love in the music
This popular overture, written for one of Daniel Auber's 17 comic operas, was first performed in Paris in 1841. The overture far outlived the opera itself, becoming a popular staple in the orchestral
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