An important part of core literature for concert band, this three-movement suite treats traditional melodies with remarkable originality and subtle charm. The movements are titled March: Seventeen Come
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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
Originally commissioned by Google/YouTube for the inaugural YouTube Symphony Orchestra project, this edition represents Academy Award winner Tan Dun's first contribution for wind band. A micro-symphony that
Composer John Harbison writes: Rubies is a version of Thelonius Monk's Ruby, My Dear, which he composed while still in his teens. When I was invited by the Seattle Symphony to make a short
This work for advanced band begins calmly with a clarinet solo, but quickly moves to a celebratory section in 12/8 meter. The main melody is stated in many different voices as it steadily builds to a moment
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