This setting of the march, from Grieg's "Lyric Suite," is an extremely charming and colorful work. Delicate at the beginning, it develops the lyric melody, then the setting builds with intensity
A truly delightful original regimental-style march. It offers tuneful melodies, interesting counterlines and accomplished stylish writing for a welcome addition to young band repertoire. An excellent and
This march for young band was inspired by the bronze-clad warriors of video game notoriety. Beginning ominously in a minor key, the tuneful main theme leads to a contrasting relative major section in the
A spirited march treatment of the tune known as The Boys Of Wexford, this lively arrangement really moves along! After a contrasting middle section in 6/8 featuring bagpipe effects, the
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
Cute, quirky and totally entertaining, this clever piece really stands out from all the other marches. Accents in unexpected places, easy time changes and a catchy melody are assembled together for a
Here they come marching in... it's the robot brigade! This is a dramatic piece for beginning band that uses only the first six notes students learn. It also contains many meaningful teaching
With all the ingredients found in a typical march, this piece is written in a regal and elegant style that is characteristic of English marches. While written within the capabilities of younger musicians,
Semeon Tchernetsky was a prominent military bandmaster who composed over 70 marches as well as other works for band. The stately manner of this stirring and robust march displays a profound sense of loyalty
Here's a terrific transcription that provides a contrasting selection for concert programs. The soft but intense opening builds in intensity and draws the listener in as it grows in energy and volume.
Originally written for orchestra, this wacky, fast polka was premiered in 1970 and is based on Anderson's reading of the P.G. Wodehouse book, The Man With Two Left Feet. Dr.
This good-natured work for young band illustrates a group of elves dancing and prancing through a winter landscape. It's mildly humorous and mischievous, with dynamic and stylistic changes being somewhat
Looking for a high-quality march for young bands that is clever, tasteful, and different? March to Buckingham Palace provides all the pageantry and tradition of Great Britain in one charming,
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