This lively Hungarian folk dance has been a longtime favorite for solo violin. This arrangement now makes it available for a variety of solo instruments with concert band for a thrilling concert
This tune was a #1 hit for the Charlie Daniels Band back in 1979, and it could very well be the #1 hit of your next band concert! In this cleverly designed novelty number, solo parts are provided for flute,
A standard in advanced flute repertoire, this brilliant showpiece is widely performed in contest and recital settings. Now, with this meticulously prepared accompaniment for winds, you can feature any
An enigmatic and recognized work of the Impressionist period, this concert selection was originally scored for flute with orchestra. John Bourgeois' creative rescoring for soloist and wind
In A Gentle Rain, the second movement from Smith's "Willson Suite," is offered here to feature virtually any wind instrument as the soloist. Serene by nature, the charismatic melody is accompanied
Designed as a flexible vocal or instrumental solo feature with band, this marvelous arrangement of the signature hit song from Disney's "Frozen" is a great way to add variety to any concert program! ... view details
An exciting and showy solo work for flute with band. Excerpted from a tone-poem by Georges Bizet and originally for soprano with orchestra, this lively dance will showcase your flute soloist as well as
First published in 1979, this masterful work for solo flute and band is available again in this newly engraved edition. The solo part displays a variety of styles from beautifully expressive lyric lines to
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