The second movement of Three Folk Song Settings for Band, this hauntingly beautiful setting provides a lyrical contrast to the two outer movements. The touching lullaby, thought to be of
Written by British composer George Butterworth in 1913, this classic work is based on two folk songs: The Banks of Green Willow and Green Bushes, the latter also appearing in works by
This Irish folksong, named after the town of Carrickfergus in Northern Ireland, is beautiful, nostalgic and lush. This intimate arrangement with ample cross-cueing is an excellent tool to teach phrasing and
Music has the power to help us heal after the loss of loved ones. Here the beloved traditional Scottish ballad The Parting Glass is combined with an original melody to create a beautifully paced
The memorable old Irish jig called Road to Lisdoonvarna is the subject of this lively young band piece. A simple statement of the melody opens, gradually builds to the sprightly middle section as
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