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
This fanfare celebrates your young students and their achievement of successfully completing their first year of musical studies. After a brief introduction by the percussion ensemble, the winds enter with
Set the stage for your holiday concert with this stunning fanfare for young bands. Gallant musical statements combined with familiar holiday favorites Joy to the World and Hark! The Herald
"Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world." This powerful quote by Albert Einstein provides the inspiration behind this fanfare that celebrates creativity in schools. A majestic opening leads
This dazzling fanfare combines energetic woodwinds and soaring brass into an uplifting and hopeful opener for any concert program!
Memories of those who have left us don't always have to be sorrowful. Celebrate the happiness and joy found in life with the exuberant Fanfare: In Memoriam. Mr. Boysen honors the life of high
Subtitled Intrada for Band, this vibrant work is a perfect concert opener for developing or more advanced bands. All sections are featured with one of several themes while a driving percussion
This highly energetic work captures the explosive nature of a flash point, the temperature at which combustible vapors ignite. Beginning students have the opportunity to work on articulation and
Welcome in the joy of the season with this spirited fanfare. Shimmering fanfares abound in all sections of the band, presented around fragments of The First Noel. Everything is combined to create a
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
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