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
This robust little march portrays the natural beauty of Alabama's Cahaba River with references to its Native American history. Catchy melodies and a pleasing combination of major and minor tonalities.
Stirring and noble, this vibrant march for young bands provides all the elements needed for a successful and impressive performance. The melodic trio section is a musical and satisfying contrast,
Dedicated to a wildly beautiful island on the northeast coast of North America and the Scottish settlers of the region, this spritely, syncopated march reflects the rich Celtic musical
This bright, festive fanfare is a perfect concert opener that can lend its jubilant air to any occasion. Written well within the ability level of developing players, it will herald the start of your young
Pick up the pace with this original work in the traditional march style with an upbeat tempo. Care should be taken to make sure that the distinctive countermelody is heard at all times. An rousing
Bring the circus to your next concert with this cleverly written original that's perfect for introducing your students to the joy of performing a march. With a delightful melody, interesting
Here's a real treat for young bands! All the dynamics and musicality of the traditional march style are found in this playable selection. It's an excellent vehicle for exploring new rhythms
Feature your young trumpet section with this robust original march for first-year bands. It has all of the traditional trappings of a standard American march without a change of key at the trio. Composed
Put your flute section in the spotlight with this bright, playable selection for young bands. Light and lively, it's just the right style for featuring the section in the best possible way. The tempo
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