An aggressive composition for beginning band that draws on the composer's experiences as a middle school band director. Every section is featured in this fierce work - a bold theme is contrasted with a
Mysterious and intriguing ghost lights, also known as "will-o'-the-wisps" and "spook lights," have been reported around the world. The same air of mystery and suspense that surrounds these eerie events
This highly programmatic work tells the story of buccaneer naval warfare and the ghosts that linger to this day, haunting the seas and all who pass over them. After an evocative opening featuring numerous
An original work best described in the composer's own words as being "really out there." The writing reflects a keen interest in theater, film and television, with the structure of the piece being
This work utilizes the sound of a theremin, an electronic instrument often used in old science fiction and horror movies and the part is optional, doubled by instruments of the band. The
An 1800s folk tale from No Man's Land in Texas provides the backdrop to this haunting adventure piece. The thrilling music will have imaginations running wild with images of sinister cattle rustlers and
The United States Air Force maintains a special and mysterious base in Nevada known as Area 51. There is much speculation that the wreckage of alien spacecraft and perhaps even captured or recovered aliens
It's man versus machine in this robotic dubstep thriller. Cordless drill, toy voice changer, and optional synthesized bass create a futuristic soundscape that will be the hit of your next concert.
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