Across the Serengeti is a musical portrait of the grassy plains of Tanzania and Kenya. Using only six notes, this piece establishes and sustains an infectious rhythm that students and audience will
This work is designed for beginning band and should be performed with robust tones and firm articulations. There is great opportunity to address the fundamentals of air flow with respect to dynamics and
A combination of contrasting themes creates powerful and exciting musical moments that students will be eager to perform. The battle is on in this adventurous and exciting fanfare/opener for beginning bands
Your youngest musicians will hop right on to this fantastic folk song. Using I've Been Working on the Railroad and She'll Be Comin' Round The Mountain, players get to
This impressive-sounding concert work is written for the youngest and least experienced of musicians. It uses minimal material, including no more than two repeated eighth notes as the most difficult rhythm.
Designed to be played on an ensemble's first concert, the notes and rhythms are limited to those first learned by beginning students. This dynamic composition for beginning bands is dramatic, heroic and fun
Take the battle to the gate with this tenacious, take-no-prisoners work for beginning bands! Your students will sound mature beyond their years with this strategically scored work that uses only six notes.
Get your beginners' imaginations running wild with this completely enjoyable musical fantasy. The decidedly emphatic writing creates images of a sci-fi adventure, complete with giant robots battling a
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