Here is the answer to your graduation march woes! Including two separate, complete marches in one publication, with each march preceded by a short fanfare, James Ployhar has created an exceptionally
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
Majestic in flavor, this piece is similar in character to ceremonial music utilized in Great Britain for the introduction of royalty, reflecting the rich history of our British ancestry. It is
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
The most famous and best known graduation, commencement, or ceremonial processional march in an effective, yet technically easy edition. Written within the technical abilities on any young band, yet full
This is the graduation march against which all other processional marches are measured. It's traditional, stately, and exceptionally familiar, and it satisfies the expectations of virtually everyone who
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