A staple in the concert band repertoire, American Overture has undergone some significant changes to celebrate its 50th year in publication. A full score is now available in addition to the
This exceptional, sparkling work holds an honored place in the concert band literature. In a bright 6/8 throughout, the wonderful vitality of Grainger's writing makes for a truly memorable musical
One of the most popular of all band transcriptions, this has definitely earned its place in any good band library. A masterpiece of expression!
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
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This six-movement suite of English folk songs, written in 1937 and published in 1940, is truly a cornerstone of the repertoire of the mature symphonic band.
Derived from themes by Carl Maria von Weber, this work by Hindemith has been transcribed for concert band by Keith Wilson. A staple of the concert band repertoire, found on many state lists. Note:
Written in 1905, this exceptional suite, based on English folk songs, is every bit as important and masterful as Holst's First Suite in E Flat. Together, these two works provide critically important