Using only limited rhythms and ranges, Bandroom Rock is a great way to get your beginning players energized and motivated. The low brass start things off, following the rest of the band and short
This Canadian composer is sure to know a thing or two about blizzards and, as demonstrated here, he also knows a lot about the blues. Suitable for beginners, this terrific-sounding piece is easy to learn
Take your ensemble on a musical tour of the Caribbean where they'll experience the colorful, percussive atmosphere identified with the islands. This charming Latin-infused work will be an instant hit with
Feature anyone (musical or not!) in this clever and hilarious concerto that features a soloist who claps! Set the stage by having a grand piano, xylophone, bells or other keyboard instrument out. Your
Dark and sinister are not words normally associated with music for beginning bands. However, this well-written Paul Lavender original provides powerful and dramatic sounds even at this very easy level. With
This delightful collection of three tunes for beginning band and optional electronic accompaniment utilizes only the first five notes of the B-flat Major scale. The groovin' accompaniment tracks will have
Watch your ensemble spring to life in this fun and engaging arrangement of Pop Goes the Weasel. Each section of the band gets the spotlight as they stand up to perform their part of the melody.
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