Young musicians will thrill at their achievement when they perform this regal-sounding work. Minimal eighth notes, careful doubling and only six pitches allow beginners and ensembles with incomplete
A tuneful delight to the ear with a satisfying array of teaching points for the conductor. It makes a superb concert or festival selection, at home in any place in a program. Sure to become a
A gorgeous work, combining the genius of Ralph Vaughan Williams with all the pomp and nobility that we love in the music
A musical alternative to commonly used processional and recessional marches. Optional repeats are included to allow for changing lengths needed, and it's scored to be played without the most
A ceremonial processional intended to provide young groups with a playable work that can be performed for graduations, special recognition, or any occasion requiring stately music. The title
Historically important, the suite this comes from is one of the first pieces written exclusively for military bands. This arrangement is based on the second theme of the March, a very lyrical
Traditional march style is given the full treatment in this original march geared toward younger bands. Students will reinforce keeping a steady pulse and focus on certain rhythm
The dictionary defines the pageantry as a grand display, and this original work certainly fits that description! Regal and dignified, it's music worthy of an important performance, ceremony or
Written to evoke a sense of heroism, pride, and bravery, this is a wonderful concert selection for any ceremonial, formal, or other serious occasion. The stirring fanfare, lyrical themes, and regal
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