A stirring chorale prelude in Smith's grandiose style that even offers optional audience participation. Great fanfares help to make this a real crowd pleaser!
The first published work of John Barnes Chance, this superb composition is widely recognized and acclaimed for its wealth of rhythmic and melodic inventiveness. It opens with a slow, intriguingly
One of the most beloved arias from the world of grand opera has been skillfully arranged for concert band. The delicate melody retains all of the touching qualities of the original with the
Beautifully arranged by J. Eric Wilson along with the composer, this version for wind band maintains all the wonder and magic of the original choral work. The opening is ethereal and somber, with sustained
Percy Grainger composed this work for "six hands at one piano" in 1902, and subsequently he began a version for percussion ensemble which was never completed. Using sketches of this incomplete arrangement,
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