The second movement of Three Folk Song Settings for Band, this hauntingly beautiful setting provides a lyrical contrast to the two outer movements. The touching lullaby, thought to be of
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Music has the power to help us heal after the loss of loved ones. Here the beloved traditional Scottish ballad The Parting Glass is combined with an original melody to create a beautifully paced
Here is a fantastic treatment of four popular American folk songs: Little Liza Jane; Black is the Color of My True Love's Hair; All the Pretty Little Horses and Sweet Betsy from Pike.
This medley of folksongs is equal parts Italian and Irish. The work begins with the well-known Irish folksongs The Girl I Let Behind Me; No One Can Love Like an Irishman; The Galway Piper; and the
You may recognize this lively and popular Irish reel as it's appeared in many movies and television programs. Spirited and active, every section has fun parts to play in this rip-roaring
These folksongs date back hundreds of years and this setting preserves the bright, upbeat spirit of the original melodies. Three movements represent a different folk tune: Movement 1 County
La Comparsa is a carnival procession in the Cuban style, beginning quite softly as if the procession were approaching from a distance. The piece culminates as the procession passes directly
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
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