Composed as a tribute to legendary racehorse and 2006 Kentucky Derby winner, Barbaro, this work for mature ensembles captures the excitement and pageantry of race day at the track. Rhythmically dynamic from
Adapted from the Mannheim Steamroller CD A Fresh Aire Christmas, this is actually two publications in one. First is a glorious fanfare in the High Renaissance tradition of antiphonal brass choirs
While noted as one of the greatest of film composers, John Williams also has a special relationship with the United States Marine Band. This work, described as a "curtain raiser," was composed in honor of
Gloriana, commissioned by Furman University for the inauguration of its 12th president, is based on The Faerie Queene, an incomplete English epic poem written by Edmund Spenser and
James Newton Howard composed this dynamic fanfare for the closing segment of the 1993 movie "Grand Canyon." The film is now largely forgotten; however, the music remains a vibrant and powerful statement and
Originally composed for Herald Trumpets, the U.S. Army Band's acclaimed trumpet ensemble, Paul Murtha's dramatic fanfare
This powerful fanfare packs plenty of excitement and drama in a short amount of time. A spirited 12/8 pulse drives the work forward with sudden bursts of striking harmonic twists contributing to the
The emphatic driving pulse that occurs throughout as well as the powerful percussion writing and dramatic impact points of the original are all contained in this flexible instrumentation adaptation. The
Designed as an extended fanfare, this piece quickly builds in intensity with each subsequent phrase. Opening with the percussion in a stately style, the main theme is first heard in a chorale-like setting
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