Scarborough Fair is simply one of the most beautiful and haunting melodies of all time. This setting of the melancholy tune captures the mood of a gray and rainy afternoon, perfectly matching the
Here is a collection of three contrasting movements taken from the orchestral work "Eight Russian Folksongs, Op. 58" by Anatoly Lyadov. These short pieces have been carefully transcribed for concert band
This delightfully musical setting uses the moving Scottish ballad The Water Is Wide as a source of melodic material. This expressive treatment of the very early popular folk melody is enhanced
Take a musical stroll through the Scottish highlands with this picturesque selection. This overture is based on an original melody with a Scottish-sounding flair. It opens in a lively and articulated style,
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Based on the folk song I Know Where I'm Going, this stylish setting is an excellent choice for concert or contest. Dramatic and poignant, this is written in a British band tradition, and will
This memorable Civil War-era folk song has a distinctively haunting quality that one can't help but be affected by. The moving melody opens the piece on a slightly melancoly note that leads to the main,
Two Hebrew folk songs, rich in cultural heritage, are delivered in a delightful musical presentation. Shabat, Shalom or Song for the Sabbath opens this colorful setting and is
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This charming and little-known folk song is ideal material for a young band piece. After a majestic introduction the piece takes off at a brisk tempo with the tuneful melody joined with
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
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