This stately British-style march for beginning bands presents a fascinating musical representation of colonial times. Two melodies, Yankee Doodle and America (My Country 'Tis of Thee),
Featuring repeated pitches, basic percussion parts, and open harmonies for a full sound, this work is accessible for the beginning band. With limited ranges and clarinets not crossing the break, this piece
Bring your beginning musicians to the forefront with fortitude! Your students will quickly embrace this fresh concert march and greatly benefit from its endless teaching opportunities. Advanced snare drum
Scored for younger bands, this rousing march/fanfare will serve as a resounding introduction to beginning band concerts. For maximum effect, richness of sound, and performance confidence, this piece was
Marches are an important part of the heritage of the American concert band, and beginning students need to be introduced to this important style right away. This original piece is effectively written in the
Start your very first beginning band concert with this dynamic march that uses just the first six notes learned in band instruction. Your students will feel confident in rehearsing and performing this solid
Now the youngest of bands can be introduced to the experience of performing a standard march. Only the first five notes of the B-flat scale are used in creating this carefully crafted work. It's a
Here's an easy march that can be performed by bands in their first year of instruction. Lively and spirited, it provides a wonderful contrast to other band works at this level. Played at a brisk march tempo
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