A stately and regal ceremonial work based on poems and essays written by band members of the school that commissioned it. An introductory fanfare leads to a grand processional filled with drama, nobility,
Nineteenth-century farm songs, sweetheart songs and silly songs are affectionately combined in a grand love letter to
A musical fantasy depicting the wide range of the wind's character that occurs throughout the year. It opens with a gentle breeze blowing across a prairie, followed by clouds, thunder, lightning and rain.
This musical tribute was commissioned by the Library of Congress on the bicentennial of Lincoln's birth. With beautiful, wistful melodies, fragments of Battle Hymn of the Republic and
Included here are some of Tchaikovsky's most famous melodies: Sleeping Beauty, The Nutcracker, Swan Lake and Symphonie Pathetique, topped off with the 1812 Overture! A great piece
A delightful set of variations on What Shall We Do With a Drunken Sailor? All players get the tune in variations that range from rowdy to whimsical to introspective. A clever new setting of an old
Guan Yu, a famous general of the Han Dynasty, is remembered for his loyalty and righteousness. Vince Gassi has captured the mystery and grandeur of an ancient empire with dramatic antiphonies, colorful
This favorite from the Civil War era opens with hearty cadence of snare drums and field drums, and then fifes (piccolo and
From the first ticks, clicks, and clangs of the hi-hat, snare drum and brake drum, this piece moves! Relentless rhythmic drive, memorable melodic lines and unstoppable syncopation all points toward a
Music from a 1911 silent movie, complete with trombone smears, a horse whinny, and lots of fun for percussion. This new arrangement is sure to be a concert favorite for bands everywhere!
A musical depiction of two Arkansas towns devastated by a tornado in 1952. Dr. Karrick retells the story, moving from quietness to havoc, and incorporating the beautiful old hymn, What Wondrous Love Is
A gorgeous work, combining the genius of Ralph Vaughan Williams with all the pomp and nobility that we love in the music
Feature one or all of your trombones in this Bayreuth blockbuster! Three of Wagner's most famous melodies are featured in this magnificent ... view details
Festive brass fanfares announce this magnificent combination of Beethoven's Ode to Joy with the carol O Come All Ye Faithful. Nobility abounds in this fantasy on these two famous and
A great tune for your young band's funny bone! The band will have as much fun playing this piece as Mr. Bobrowitz had
This robust little march portrays the natural beauty of Alabama's Cahaba River with references to its Native American history. Catchy melodies and a pleasing combination of major and minor tonalities.
One of Beethoven's most loved pieces, skillfully arranged for marimba and band. It can also be performed as a vibraphone solo or as a marimba-vibraphone duet. Feature your mallet percussion while treating
Treat your trombones (and xylophone), your band, and your audience to this happy little gem! Feature your first chair player or the whole trombone section. Great fun for everyone!
Here are four very attractive French songs combined to make a great work for concert or festival. While each tune is strong enough to stand alone, they each have interesting stories that make them wonderful
This delightful country dance is masterfully scored to showcase the band's many colors, creating a work of unbridled Renaissance joyfulness!