Send your beginning band to new heights with this bold and majestic concert fanfare. The impressive scoring makes it hard to believe it's written with only the first six notes used in most band
Look no further for the perfect holiday concert opener for your beginning band's very first performance. Bright, festive, and very playable, it uses only the first six notes they learn! Contrasting styles
An explosive fanfare-type composition for the youngest students. There are very limited rhythms and notes, but it still has a bold character with slightly advanced harmonies for a more mature
Consider this dynamic fanfare to start your concert with a bolt of energy. Using only six notes, the music thrives on drive and excitement as bold lines emerge from the confident orchestration. Active parts
This adventuresome march for beginning band is a tribute to those courageous test pilots who first broke the sound barrier. While it uses only the first six notes taught in most beginning band methods, the
Majestic and regal, this fanfare statement drew inspiration from the monarchs of European history. The stately melody will highlight strengths throughout the band, building confidence and making
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