Silver Cliff Cemetery's ghost lights, as they are called, were first reported around 1890. These floating lights of various colors are reportedly best seen on a dark, overcast night as they dance around.
Tricks, grand illusions and impossible feats of magic! The mysterious magician bedazzles us all with spectacles of flame, smoke and and objects that appear as if from thin air. All this
Cute, quirky and totally entertaining, this clever piece really stands out from all the other marches. Accents in unexpected places, easy time changes and a catchy melody are assembled together for a
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
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
Rising out of a misty, impressionistic sound environment, the chant-like melody of this original work first appears in flutes and trumpets. As the piece progresses, the slow-tempo opening is suddenly
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
Intended to portray a mythological time period, this vividly creative work is full of adventure and excitement, bringing to mind images of dragons, castles, and other legendary creatures. It's apparent that
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