Once you hear this terrific march you'll wonder why it's not better known or performed more often. Composed by Louis Panella, this fine march was meant to honor the humanitarian work of the Red Cross during
A tuneful delight to the ear with a satisfying array of teaching points for the conductor. It makes a superb concert or festival selection, at home in any place in a program. Sure to become a
This staple in concert band literature has been reworked by the composer for symphonic band. Tuneful and spirited, it is a march well worth preparing.
Karl King had a knack for galops and screamers. Excelsior is a fine example of the former, yet despite the brisk
Sousa wrote this grand march in 1886 while the leader of the United States Marine Band. It was written as a tribute to journalist Charles B. Towle and was Sousa's first successful march. Once you hear it,
You don't need to be drawn a road map to know what you've got here: a tuneful march from Sousa in a scholarly edition. It's a sure winner every way you look at it!
Another stellar march from one of the masters of the genre with all of the great melodies, countermelodies, and bold brassiness that made Karl King so popular. Skillfully adapted to the instrumentation
Originally published in 1903, this tuneful march is a musical celebration of all those who go to sea. This thoroughly researched edition features a jaunty version of The Sailor's Hornpipe in the
Everyone loves a march, and here is one that is playable by the youngest of bands. It has a fresh new sound with memorable melodies that will have your students singing on the way out of rehearsal!
Capturing the pomp and pageantry of a royal coronation, this original march is a top-notch training work for the young band. It hits the grade level solidly, with enough teaching points to make it
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