The music of Armenia, with its rich history of folk songs, has a fascinating uniqueness and distinctive flavor. This appealing setting uses five traditional Armenian melodies in a rhapsodic approach. Bold
This authentic work captures the spirit of Chinese music beautifully with the use of a pentatonic scale, a synthesized mandolin, and solos for flute and piccolo. Brave Spirit begins with a
This Irish folksong, named after the town of Carrickfergus in Northern Ireland, is beautiful, nostalgic and lush. This intimate arrangement with ample cross-cueing is an excellent tool to teach phrasing and
This arrangement of Russian folk songs combines the somberness of a dark Russian winter, Song of the Volga Boatmen, with the excitement and vitality of a Russian dance, Meadowland. Each
Travel to the Great Lakes region of Africa with the colorful writing of this joyous work. The title translates as "joy" in Swahili and the music captures the festivity of a people who love to
Two contrasting songs very important in Jewish culture are combined in this sparkling medley for band. Hatkivah (The Hope), is the national anthem of Israel. In a delightful
Consisting of three Celtic-infused melodies, Irish features three contrasting sections: a nostalgic and heartfelt ballad, a rollicking and energetic jig, and a quick toe-tapping reel.
Brendan Graham's tender song tells the story of Ireland's Annie Moore, the first person to land at Ellis Island when it opened as an immigration center in 1892. With emotions ranging from hope to fear and
For thousands of years, indigenous tribes would gather to share stories through dance, song and drumming. This tradition still exists in Alaska in the form of the kivgik or "messenger
The word in the title is a wooden walking stick that Irishmen carried as they went around their daily routine. It had many purposes, but no matter what the use, it was always an item of personal pride and
For a truly authentic cross-cultural work or just a fresh lyrical selection, be sure to look at this beautiful setting of this Japanese folk song. Optional parts are included for traditional Japanese
The stalwart leadership of Chief Yonaguska and the integrity of a proud people come alive in this brilliant programmatic work. The bold, harmonically rich opening statement begins the drama. A driving
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