"It's alive … IT'S ALIVE!!" Bring a helmet and strap in, because the monster that Rick Dior has created with Science Fiction is nothing short of spectacular. Scored for twelve
Enjoy this clever setting of Richard Strauss' Also Sprach Zarathustra! The perfect way to kick off your show!
This song was written by American musician Robert Lamm, one of the founding members of the rock-jazz fusion band Chicago. It was recorded for their second album, Chicago, with Peter Cetera on lead
John O'Reilly and Mark Williams understand the needs of young musicians and offer this fine collection of ensemble pieces to give your beginning band students something they'll love to play! It's an
Here is an exciting book of duets, trios and quartets for flexible instrumentation that correlates with Accent on Achievement, Book 1. Use these ensembles to develop confidence in young players and
The classic Latin jazz tune arranged for younger percussion ensembles! It is scored for 11 or more players.
This piece will have you packing for the islands with its catchy tune and creative scoring. It calls for lead/tenor pans, double seconds, bass pans or bass guitar, guitar or cello, Drum Set, and
Johnson is one of the Big Three of ragtime, along with Joplin and Lamb. This piece in the style of an 1800s fox trot.
Does your audience want a good show? Of course they do! Scored for drumset and as many plastic and metal garbage cans as you can find, this piece by Ed Argenziano seriously
Here's one that's been putting audiences on their feet since the '80s! John R. Hearns' arrangement for advanced large percussion ensemble with horn section will not disappoint!
Originally a marimba and piano duet commissioned by Una Duo, Almost Beyond was inspired by the poem and beautiful watercolor print of the same name by StoryPeople creator Brian Andreas.
Inspired by the Book of Revelation, Gillingham's Angels of the Apocalypse is a dramatic work for 5 keyboard percussion and 3 battery percussion that features lush, chromatic harmonies, gorgeous
Antiphon is a piece for 10 percussionists scored as a double percussion choir. As the title suggests, the composition centers around the rhythmic motifs being played in in a call and response style
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