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
Beginning bands will benefit from this musical fantasia based on a well-known English folk song. The beautiful melody of Scarborough Fair is shared by all sections in this contemporary and
Based on Percy Grainger's choral and brass setting, this British folk song is written for developing bands. A delicate clarinet intro grows as the rest of the woodwinds join in, followed by the entire band.
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
This 19th-century folk song is best known as the melody used in the last movement of Percy Grainger's masterwork Lincolnshire Posy. Written in 3/4 time with few accidentals, the written
It's Carnaval time! This bouncy and energetic traditional folk tune is popular in Brazil year-round and is closely associated with the Carnaval celebration leading to Ash Wednesday. A
This setting provides a rich tapestry of sound with the opportunity for your beginners to experience making real music. The traditional Scottish folk tune is scored in 3/4 time and does not
This tuneful suite features three Canadian folk songs of contrasting style, meter and key. It opens in a light delicate fashion with The False Young Man, followed by the
Bring a peaceful and quietly lilting moment to beginning band performances. This beautiful, traditional lullaby provides an opportunity for beginning bands to experience a very playable and lyrical
This charming folk song, chosen by Gustav Holst for use in his famous Second Suite, is successfully arranged here for young bands. Scored for first-year players, this delightful sea shanty from
The traditional folk tune The Cumberland's Crew was inspired by the historic naval battle between the wooden U.S.S. Cumberland and the ironclad C.S.S. Virginia in 1862. The light
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