The composer wrote this moving work after recognizing the need for well-paced lyric pieces for young players. Heartfelt and touching, it features a mournful melody that winds its way through a
Many fictional works portray the moon as a living being, alone in space looking at the earth. This lullaby honors this "living moon," portraying various emotions including the loneliness of seeing us from
From Leonard Bernstein's 1956 operetta Candide, the remarkably beautiful closing number has gone on to become a beloved and familiar classic, taking on a life all its own. Arranged here for younger
The search for beautiful but playable by young performers just got easier! This splendid work places a premium on tone production and phrasing. It will fit any program and will be stunning when performed by
You'll evoke welcome feelings of nostalgia and serenity when you perform this gently flowing work. The musical qualities include numerous teaching moments for young musicians including lyric playing,
The gentle sound of mallets introduce the quiet start of a new day. As the clouds and mist slowly clear, the far-off sound of woodwinds are heard, gradually increasing in volume. With the addition of brass
In mythology, Morpheus is the god of dreams, and this work paints a peaceful dreamscape of sound where instrumental colors and textures shift and weave as they blend into one another. The meandering
This superb setting of the popular hymn features delicate sonorities combined with shimmering metallic percussion for a moving, lyrical and expressive selection. Artistic percussion performance is on full
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