Here they come marching in... it's the robot brigade! This is a dramatic piece for beginning band that uses only the first six notes students learn. It also contains many meaningful teaching moments that
Here's a terrific transcription that provides a contrasting selection for concert programs. The soft but intense opening builds in intensity and draws the listener in as it grows in energy and volume.
This sinister-sounding march is perfect for directors looking for something completely different. Using elements from a traditional march set in a contemporary framework, the music is based on tritone
This sensitive setting is right on target for developing musicality in young performers! Set at a comfortable andante tempo, the work is not technically challenging, yet will help develop important
J.K. Rowling's fascinating book comes to life on the silver screen, further enhanced by the brilliant soundtrack by James Newton Howard. This charming ballad beautifully depicts one of the more touching and
Night skies conceal many mysteries hidden in the vast expanse of darkness. Listen carefully and you'll hear shadowy figures glide almost silently through the night, vague and indistinct. Evocative
Named for a mysterious aquatic monster said to live in a lake in British Columbia, this piece reflects the aura of mystery that surrounds the legend. The intriguing melody that's shared by all creates a
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