A perfect march for young bands to introduce triplets and simple syncopation. Triplets are always repeated notes, never in
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
A full-sounding original concert march that is easy to play but does not sound easy. The percussion section has a fun and interesting part. The first trumpets' highest note is D and only the first clarinets
This work begins with a slow and ominous feel. As the tension builds, the momentum of the lava begins to accelerate and grow in intensity until it finally crashes into the surrounding roads and
Here is a majestic concert march to showcase your percussion section! It offers a great introduction to syncopation for young bands!
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