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
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
The finale from Act One of Copland's opera "The Tender Land" is gorgeously transcribed here in a noble anthem-like setting. It opens with a cantabile flute solo, delicately supported by horn, clarinet and
Written in 1905, this exceptional suite, based on English folk songs, is every bit as important and masterful as Gustav Holst's "First Suite In Eb." Together, these two works provide critically important
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