Unleash your orchestra with this wild dance that includes moments of lightheartedness, unabashed lyricism, and intense rhythmic outbursts. A riveting performance will take an audience on an emotional roller
This inventive and stunning composition is a modernized version of the original concerto grosso dating back to the Baroque era. Written for soloists on electric instruments, it is also possible to do
Written in the style of a musical score from a super hero movie, this swashbuckling original work conjures up images of flights to freedom and battles with dark nemeses. An array of emotions are displayed
This festive overture is full of challenges for every section and sure to be a favorite with more mature and experienced players! An exciting opener or closer for any concert, the work is built around the
Expressing the many different moods and events of a storm, the opening begins with the violins playing a gripping ostinato pattern suggesting that a storm is coming. The first two themes convey the erratic
Written as a response to the numerous tragedies occurring throughout the world, this music is meant to draw the performer and listener away from the chaos of the world and into a tranquil space. Inspired by
Explore this fun and colorful work that depicts the mysterious trolls of Mount Horeb (Wisconsin) coming out at night to dance in the streets. Written as a dark, magical waltz, the music cascades through a
Beginning with driving rhythms that build in intensity to a lush violin solo, the full ensemble enters and intertwines two ideas in an incredibly spectacular fashion.
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