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
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
Relive the history of the Original Hobo Band with an interesting mix of original material and authentic railroad songs. The opening fanfare, based on I've Been Working on the Railroad, is
This traditional Mexican folk song in 3/4 is an excellent piece to program at your next Music Around the World concert. Multicultural instruction in music and the arts is an effective way to provide
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