An alchemist combines two metals in an attempt to make gold. Composer Andrew Boysen, Jr. combines two disparate musical ideas - a chorale and a rhythmic allegro - creating an exciting new musical element in
Programmatic and haunting, this work provides a nice change of pace for your next concert or festival. Nosferatu was the title of an unauthorized adaptation of the 1897 novel
A surrealistic tour de force for band, this work sizzles from the first note to the last. Inspired by the Stephen King
Spookiness abounds in this aggressive and fun piece for concert band written in a standard theme-and-variations form. It's an intriguing composition beginning with a bold opening statement that gives way to
A juggernaut is a massive inexorable force that crushes whatever is in its path, and this dynamic concert opener certainly lives up to the title. Written in a perpetual motion style, the intensity
Taken from Puccini's first opera, this is the frenzied dance of the witches as they cast an evil spell on an unsuspecting victim. The fiery dance builds in speed and intensity providing a dazzling
Here's an easier medley from the incredibly popular musical "The Phantom of the Opera." This marvelous setting includes: Phantom of the Opera; All I Ask of You; Think of Me; Angel of Music and
The third movement from "The Soul Has Many Motions," this delightful work begins quietly, like a specter taking shape from a cloud of mist. Soon, the music begins swirling, changing to a
This musical work tells the story of an expedition into a strange and eerie land. As imaginary scenes are portrayed, the music takes on different qualities, foreboding
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