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					Information on this spreadsheet is the most accurate available as of 3/7/08. Information is subject to change without notice.


             2008-2009 Marching Band New Releases
Item #      Title                                                                   Composer
00-29543    Sing Sang Sung
00-29542    Hernando's Hideaway
00-29541    Rocket's Red Glare                                                      Brian Scott
00-MB9936   Big Noise From Winnetka
00-29521    You Can't Always Get What You Want/Get Off of My Cloud
00-29522    Honky Tonk Women
00-29523    Time is on My Side/(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction
00-29536    Into the Night
00-29518    Get It On
00-29524    Hairspray Jam
00-29530    Get Down On It
00-29533    QuickStand Pak
00-29532    Alacrán                                                                 Victor Lopez
00-29528    (Meet) The Flintstones
00-29535    La Suerte de Los Tontos
00-26982    Heavy Action (Theme from Monday Night Football)
00-29526    Bad to the Bone
00-29525    Bad
00-29527    Shorties #14
00-29537    Burning Down the House
00-29520    Danger Zone
00-29538    Pick Up the Pieces
00-29529    Gettysburg
00-29531    Life in the Fast Lane
00-29519    Pink Cadillac
00-29508    The Magnificent Seven
00-29509    How the West Was Won
00-29510    Silverado (Main Theme)
00-29517    The Way I Are
00-29512    La Serpiente (The Snake)                                                Mike Story
00-29511    Wipe Out
00-29514    See You in September
00-29515    You're a Grand Old Flag/America, the Beautiful
00-29513    Jingle Bell Rock
00-29516    The Boys of Summer
00-29506    Paralyzer
00-29501    Dancing in the Dark
00-29504    Wooly Bully
00-29502    The Lion Sleeps Tonight
00-29505    Boogie Oogie Oogie
00-29503    Grease
00-29496    James Bond Theme
00-29495    Great Balls of Fire
00-29497    Do You Want to Know a Secret?
00-29498    Chattanooga Choo Choo
00-29499    The Cup of Life
ation is subject to change without notice.




                                                        Set    Score
             Arranger           Grade   Time Series    Price   Price
             Nick Baratta         4     1:30 BDS      $55.00   $9.00
             Ralph Ford          3.5    1:35 BDS      $55.00   $9.00
                                 3.5    2:35 BDS      $55.00   $9.00
             Robert W. Smith      4     2:55 BDS      $55.00   $9.00
             Ralph Ford           3     1:45 MSS      $50.00   $8.00
             Ralph Ford           3     2:05 MSS      $50.00   $8.00
             Ralph Ford           3     1:40 MSS      $50.00   $8.00
             Victor Lopez         3     1:45 MSS      $50.00   $8.00
             Brian Scott          3     2:30 MSS      $50.00   $8.00
             Victor Lopez         3     2:05 MSS      $55.00   $8.00
             Nick Baratta         3     1:40 MSS      $50.00   $8.00
             Victor Lopez         3      NA   MSS     $55.00   $8.00
                                  3     1:50 MSS      $50.00   $8.00
             Roland Barrett       3     1:30 MSS      $50.00   $8.00
             Victor Lopez         3     1:50 MSS      $50.00   $8.00
             Tod Edmondson        3     2:00 MSS      $50.00   $8.00
             Victor Lopez         3     2:05 MSS      $50.00   $8.00
             Shane Porter         3     1:50 MSS      $50.00   $8.00
             Victor Lopez         3     2:05 MSS      $50.00   $8.00
             Brian Scott          3     1:45 MSS      $50.00   $8.00
             Victor Lopez         3     1:35 MSS      $50.00   $8.00
             Victor Lopez         3     1:40 MSS      $50.00   $8.00
             Nick Baratta         3     1:55 MSS      $50.00   $8.00
             Roland Barrett       3     1:40 MSS      $50.00   $8.00
             Ralph Ford           3     1:20 MSS      $50.00   $8.00
             Mike Story           2     1:40 B&E      $45.00   $7.00
             Mike Story           2     1:30 B&E      $45.00   $7.00
             Mike Story           2     2:25 B&E      $45.00   $7.00
             Mike Story           2     1:45 B&E      $45.00   $7.00
                                  2     1:45 B&E      $45.00   $7.00
             Mike Story           2     1:20 B&E      $45.00   $7.00
             Mike Story           2     1:30 B&E      $45.00   $7.00
             Mike Story           2     1:40 B&E      $45.00   $7.00
             Mike Story           2     1:20 B&E      $45.00   $7.00
             Mike Story           2     1:45 B&E      $45.00   $7.00
             Doug Adams           2     1:20  EZP     $45.00   $7.00
             Doug Adams           2     1:55  EZP     $45.00   $7.00
             Doug Adams           2     1:45  EZP     $45.00   $7.00
             Doug Adams           2     1:30  EZP     $45.00   $7.00
             Doug Adams           2     1:25  EZP     $45.00   $7.00
             Doug Adams           2     1:45  EZP     $45.00   $7.00
             Jerry Burns         1.5    1:20 VEP      $40.00   $6.00
             Jerry Burns         1.5    1:45 VEP      $40.00   $6.00
             Jerry Burns         1.5    1:10 VEP      $40.00   $6.00
             Jerry Burns         1.5    1:20 VEP      $40.00   $6.00
             Jerry Burns         1.5    1:25 VEP      $40.00   $6.00
Blurb
This blistering chart from Gordon Goodwin’s Big Phat Band’s Swingin’ For the Fences CD will be a spectacular addition to any show. Nick B
Wait until you hear this incredible Ralph Ford arrangement of a great show tune! It features the Tuba section and will surely bring down the
You can expect the best in marching band originals from Brian Scott year after year. Rocket’s Red Glare is no exception. This fanfare is po
Here is a big band classic turned into a rip-roaring, totally up-to-date showcase for your band. Robert W. Smith pulls out all the stops on thi
We are proud to present the music of The Rolling Stones in a complete halftime show. You Can’t Always Get What You Want and Get Off o
If you want a real rockin’ production number this year, look no further than this classic Stones hit. The tune is taken to a new level in this out
Here is the soulful Time is on My Side followed by Satisfaction. These three Stones charts are terrific by themselves; however, pairing all t
This Victor Lopez arrangement of the Carlos Santana and Chad Kroeger hit really sizzles! Perfect for the stands, auxiliary units, or pep band
Everyone will remember this driving jazz-rock screamer from Bill Chase, and Brian Scott has given us a sensational “in-your-face” arrangem
One of the hottest movies of 2007 was Hairspray. Victor Lopez has taken two of the best songs from this film and arranged them as individu
This funky classic from Kool and the Gang really shines in the expert arranging hands of Nick Baratta. What a great groove!
QuickStand Pak is set of 12 extremely short arrangements designed to be performed in between plays, or just about anytime. Included are
Here’s another great Latin original from the prolific pen of Victor Lopez. It has it all–solid Latin grooves, commanding harmony, and big bold
One of the most popular TV themes ever is given a fresh new treatment from arranger Roland Barrett. This one sizzles!
If you are looking for the ultimate in Latin music this year, check out this stellar arrangement. Written by Johnny Richards as part of the Cub
Everyone will know this tune after just the first four notes! Make a bold statement with this powerful new arrangement from Tod Edmondson
The ultimate in rock riffs by George Thorogood and the Destroyers gets the big and bold Victor Lopez treatment. Check this one out!
Here’s the classic hit from Michael Jackson in a hip new arrangement from veteran writer Shane Porter. It’s perfect for the stands or pep ba
Victor Lopez does it again! The 14th installment of the popular Shorties series contains Gonna Make You Sweat, The Imperial March, In the
Talking Heads took funk to a new level with this catchy tune, and Brian Scott stays true to the original with this hard-driving chart. It’s hot!
The classic rock hit from Kenny Loggins is now in a solid new arrangement by Victor Lopez. This is solid stands and pep band material!
You’ll remember this funky epic from The Average White Band. It features either sax or trumpet solos or solis, and really cooks from start to
Randy Edelman’s breathtaking score to the film Gettysburg provides a breathtaking closer worthy of any show. Give this one a liste
The classic Eagles hit is back. Roland Barrett makes it a new classic in this driving new arrangement!
Bruce Springsteen is still hot! Here is a straight-ahead arrangement of one of his biggest hits. It will be a sure-fire favorite!
Part one of the 2008 three-piece halftime show is based on the timeless music of movie westerns. The opener is the ever-popular Magnific
Part two of the 2008 Western show is the majestic theme to How the West Was Won . With its big and bold scoring, it will make any
Part three of the 2008 Western show is the powerful music from Silverado. This stunning arrangement opens big and bold, and inclu
Here is one of the biggest hits of 2007 in a hip, yet playable arrangement. The strong scoring will make any band sound great!
Mike Story has done it again! When you are looking for fiery Latin openers, look no further than the Big and Easy Series. Great as an op
Feature your percussion section this year with this hot new arrangement of the classic rock tune by the Surfaris. Surf’s up!
Classic rock tunes make great stands and pep band charts. Solid block scoring and playable ranges make this a natural for all bands!
Mike Story gives us a stirring medley of two patriotic songs. Designed to be either a parade tune or a closer, this one will bring down the hou
If you need a new Christmas arrangement this year, this is the one you want. Perfect for parades, stands, or pep band use.
The rock and roll classic made famous by both Don Henley and the Ataris gets the Mike Story treatment for your marching band. This drivin
The rock band Finger Eleven had huge hit with this one. Blow ’em away with this powerful stands and pep band chart!
This is the hard-driving rock tune from the “Boss,” Bruce Springsteen. Doug Adams’ heart-pounding arrangement is sure to be a favorite!
This classic rock tune is ready to play in an easy but effective arrangement by Doug Adams. Featuring your alto sax section, this is superior
From the first few notes, everyone will instantly recognize this classic rock shuffle. Doug Adams provides us with a very playable and straigh
One of the coolest, hippest disco tunes ever is now playable by any band thanks to Doug Adams’ hot new chart. This one sizzles!
The musical Grease is as popular as ever. Here is the title theme in a dynamite new arrangement by Doug Adams. Grease is th
Jerry Burns gives us one of the most recognizable movie themes ever in the easiest arrangement ever! Strong block scoring makes this the
When you are looking for quality marching band arrangements that are easy to play, look to the Very Easy Pops Series. Here is the cla
The Beatles favorite gets the effective Jerry Burns treatment in an easy-to-put together chart. Perfect for any band!
Check out this big band classic, now in a fresh new arrangement by Jerry Burns. An exceptional song in an exceptional arrangement!
Here is the infectious Latin hit by Ricky Martin in a fiery new arrangement by Jerry Burns. Perfect for stands or pep bands!
 addition to any show. Nick Baratta has masterfully adapted it for either field or stands use. A must for 2008!
nd will surely bring down the house!
 xception. This fanfare is powerful, lyrical, and full of contemporary sounds!
 pulls out all the stops on this one, with screaming trumpet solos, a percussion feature, and high impact sounds from start to finish!
 hat You Want and Get Off of My Cloud get the special Ralph Ford treatment in an opener worthy of any show. Drills are available through Marching Show
ken to a new level in this outstanding arrangement by Ralph Ford.
 elves; however, pairing all three with a drill design package from Marching Show Concepts, you can have a complete show and be ready to go!
 , auxiliary units, or pep band, this one will be an audience favorite.
onal “in-your-face” arrangement. It will be a huge hit with your students and your audience!
nd arranged them as individual charts. Included are "Ladies’ Choice" and "Come So Far (Got So Far To Go)."

about anytime. Included are Celebration, Eye of the Tiger, Gonna Fly Now, Rock Around the Clock, Dragnet, Sweet Georgia Brown, Macarena, Tomahawk
 ding harmony, and big bold scoring!

 Richards as part of the Cuban Fire Suite , this has become a jazz and drum corps staple.
ment from Tod Edmondson.
. Check this one out!
ect for the stands or pep bands!
 t, The Imperial March, In the Midnight Hour , and Cantina Band - all in short, timeout-length arrangements.
ard-driving chart. It’s hot!
 and pep band material!
nd really cooks from start to finish!
 how. Give this one a listen!


s the ever-popular Magnificent Seven !
 scoring, it will make any band sound great!
ns big and bold, and includes a tranquil trumpet solo before slowly building to a spectacular finish. Drills for this show are available from Marc
d sound great!
sy Series. Great as an opener or stands tune.

a natural for all bands!
s one will bring down the house!

r marching band. This driving chart sounds twice as hard as it really is!

nt is sure to be a favorite!
 sax section, this is superior stands and/or pep band material!
h a very playable and straight-ahead arrangement.
 This one sizzles!
 oug Adams. Grease is the word!
block scoring makes this the right choice for the coming season.
ps Series. Here is the classic rock hit from Jerry Lee Lewis in an easy new arrangement.

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w and be ready to go!




a Brown, Macarena, Tomahawk Chop, The Merry-Go-Round Broke Down, Hallelujah, Gonna Make You Sweat , and Conga. Don’t sit and wait for timeout




show are available from Marching Show Concepts .
a. Don’t sit and wait for timeouts when you can stick it to them anytime!
Information on this spreadsheet is the most accurate available as of 3/27/07. Information is subject to change without notice.


             2008-2009 Jazz Ensemble New Releases
Item #       Title                                   Composer
00-29766     Fat Burger                              George Vincent
00-29767     Rock on Merry Gents                     Traditional
00-29768     Oye Dude!                               Victor Lopez
00-29822     Gospel Blues                            Jeff Darrohn
00-29769     Domino                                  Van Morrison
00-29776     Orinoco Cocoa                           Vince Gassi
00-29771     Holiday Gift Bachs                      Johann Sebastian Bach
00-29770     Teddy the Toad                          Neal Hefti
00-29774     Past My Bedtime                         Terry White
00-29772     Dutch Treat                             Mike Lewis
                                                     Music by Henry Mancini, Words by Jay Livingston and Ray
00-29777     Dreamsville                             Evans
00-29775     String of Pearls                        Jerry Gray
00-29773     Gotham City Municipal Swing Band        Neal Hefti
00-29778     Reddy Freddie                           Mike Kamuf
00-29786     Eye of the Tiger                        Frankie Sullivan III and Jim Peterik
00-29787     My Funny Valentine                      Words by Lorenz Hart, Music by Richard Rodgers
00-29783     Holiday Joy                             Ludwig Von Beethoven
00-29781     Stro's Place                            Carl Strommen
00-29823     Caribbean Dance                         Victor Lopez
00-29785     Sound of Silence                        Paul Simon
00-29782     This Can't Be Love                      Music by Richard Rodgers, Words by Lorenz Hart
00-29780     Mind Your P's and Q's                   Mike Smukal
00-29779     Crazy Rhythm                            Music by Joseph Meyer and Roger Wolfe Kahn
00-29821     Rice and Beans                          Victor Lopez
00-29794     Alianza                                 Erik Morales
00-29789     Get It On                               Words and Music by Bill Chase and Terry Richards
00-29793     Oh, Lady Be Good                        Music and Lyrics by George and Ira Gershwin
00-29784     Maiden Voyage                           Herbie Hancock
00-29796     La Suerte De Los Tontos                 Johnny Richards
00-29791     Secret Love                             Words by Paul Francis Webster, Music by Sammy Fain
00-29790     When I Fall in Love                     Words by Edward Heyman, Music by Victor Young
00-29792     Feather Report                          Kris Berg
00-29795     Red Door                                Music by Zoot Sims and Gerry Mulligan
00-29797     It's All Right With Me                  Words and Music by Cole Porter
00-29798     Lulu's Back in Town                     Words by Al Dubin, Music by Harry Warren
00-29788     On Green Dolphin St                     Music by Bronislau Kaper, Lyrics by Ned Washington
00-29819     Take Five                               Paul Desmond
00-29816     Amazing Grace                           Traditional
00-29820     Bernie's Tune                           Bernie Miller
00-29818     Big John Special                        Horace Henderson
00-29817     I Got Rhythm                            Music and Lyrics by George and Ira Gershwin
00-29808     I Get a Kick Out of You                 Words and Music by Cole Porter
00-29807     Night and Day                           Words and Music by Cole Porter
00-29810     I Could Write a Book                    Music by Richard Rodgers, Words by Lorenz Hart
00-29809     Somethings Gotta Give                   Words and Music by Johnny Mercer
00-29801     Chameleon                               Herbie Hancock
00-29802     Barnburner                              Les Hooper
                                                     Words by Bernie Hanighen, Music by Cootie Williams and
00-29799     Round Midnight                          Thelonious Monk
00-29803     Hot House                               Tadd Dameron
                                       Tommy Dorsey and Red Bone; Ned Washington and
00-29805   A Tribute to Tommy Dorsey   George Bassman
00-29800   Jona Jam                    Victor Lopez
00-29804   Hickory & Twine             Alan Baylock
00-29806   Gates of Tashbaan           Kris Berg
00-29815   Maynard & Waynard           Gordon Goodwin
00-29812   Act Your Age                Gordon Goodwin
00-29811   El Macho Muchacho           Gordon Goodwin
00-29813   Gumbo Street                Gordon Goodwin
ject to change without notice.



                                                               Score
             Arranger            Grade Time Series Set Price   Price
             George Vincent          1 2:53 JBS      $36.00     $7.00
             Victor Lopez            1 3:49 JBS      $36.00     $7.00
             Victor Lopez            1 4:05 JBS      $36.00     $7.00
             Jeff Darrohn            1 3:48 JFY      $38.00     $7.00
             Mike Story              1 3:00 JFY      $38.00     $7.00
             Vince Gassi             1 4:24 JFY      $38.00     $7.00
             Mike Story              1 2:47 JFY      $38.00     $7.00
             Roy Phillippe           1 4:01 JFY      $38.00     $7.00
             Terry White             1 3:59 JFY      $38.00     $7.00
             Mike Lewis              1 2:25 JFY      $38.00     $7.00
             Vince Gassi             1 3:21 JFY      $38.00     $7.00
             Mike Lewis              1 3:04 JFY      $38.00     $7.00
             Roy Phillippe           1 3:10 JFY      $38.00     $7.00
             Mike Kamuf              2 3:29 JYJ      $44.00     $8.00
             Victor Lopez            2 3:05 JYJ      $44.00     $8.00
             Smukal                  2 3:49 JYJ      $44.00     $8.00
             Victor Lopez            2 3:21 JYJ      $44.00     $8.00
             Carl Strommen           2 3:56 JYJ      $44.00     $8.00
             Victor Lopez            2 2:35 JYJ      $44.00     $8.00
             Rich Sigler             2 4:47 JYJ      $44.00     $8.00
             Lisa DeSpain            2 3:45 JYJ      $44.00     $8.00
             Mike Smukal             2 3:06 JYJ      $44.00     $8.00
             Mike Lewis              2 2:57 JYJ      $44.00     $8.00
             Victor Lopez            2 4:20 JJE      $44.00     $8.00
             Erik Morales            3 3:29 JJB      $48.00     $9.00
             Victor Lopez            3 3:32 JJB      $48.00     $9.00
             Terry White             3 3:09 JJB      $48.00     $9.00
             Erik Morales            3 5:00 JJB      $48.00     $9.00
             Victor Lopez            3 3:44 JJB      $48.00     $9.00
             Greg Yasinitsky         3 4:38 JJB      $48.00     $9.00
             Craig Skeffington       3 3:40 JJB      $48.00     $9.00
             Kris Berg               3 6:17 JJB      $48.00     $9.00
             Scott Ragsdale          3 4:38 JJB      $48.00     $9.00
             Dave Rivello            3 3:16 JJB      $48.00     $9.00
             Jack Cooper             3 3:08 JJB      $48.00     $9.00
             Dave Wolpe              3 2:56 JJB      $48.00     $9.00
             Rich DeRosa             2 4:21 JJP      $44.00     $8.00
             Dave Rivello            3 3:37 JJP      $48.00     $9.00
             Victor Goines           3 4:04 JJP      $48.00     $9.00
             David Berger            3 3:19 JJP      $48.00     $9.00
             Wycliffe Gordon         3 2:32 JJP      $48.00     $9.00
             Dave Wolpe             3+ 4:02 JJV      $58.00    $11.00
             Dave Wolpe             3+ 3:36 JJV      $58.00    $11.00
             Darmon Meader           4 4:43 JJV      $58.00    $11.00
             Dave Wolpe             3+ 3:31 JJV      $58.00    $11.00
             Alan Baylock            4 6:30 JPJ      $55.00    $10.00
             Les Hooper              4 3:48 JPJ      $55.00    $10.00
             Dave Wolpe              4 3:57 JPJ      $55.00    $10.00
             Eric Richards           4 4:08 JPJ      $55.00    $10.00
Jeff Hest        4   8:33   JPJ   $55.00   $10.00
Victor Lopez     4   3:34   JPJ   $55.00   $10.00
Alan Baylock     4   6:22   JPJ   $55.00   $10.00
Kris Berg        4   5:06   JPJ   $55.00   $10.00
Gordon Goodwin   6   5:45   JGG   $65.00   $11.00
Gordon Goodwin   6   0:59   JGG   $65.00   $11.00
Gordon Goodwin   6   1:26   JGG   $65.00   $11.00
Gordon Goodwin   6   1:22   JGG   $65.00   $11.00
Blurb
Here is an easy to play funky-rock chart. The solo section is written for all winds for flexibility, 1st trumpet range is to written E top space and
Arranger Victor Lopez transforms “God, Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen” into a fun and easy to play holiday chart for your young players. With an
Hey Dude? Yep, that’s the title. It’s a Latin rock chart with easy rhythm section parts, an easy I-IV-V blues chord progression and the high n
A hot opening statement by tenor sax, trumpet and trombone leads the way for this terrific gospel-flavored swing chart by Jeff Darrohn. It’s e
Just what your young jazz ensemble needs—and wants! Here is another Mike Story arrangement that is exactly right with a very catchy tune
An easy Latin chart for the young player, composer/arranger Vince Gassi blended Orinoco Cocoa just right, with a terrific melody that sticks
Clever title! Only arranger Mike Story can take the Bach holiday classic “Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring” and adapt it for young players. Written
Originally done by the great Basie band, “Teddy” is a mellow chart that will give the young band an intimate sound played at an easy swing
Bring down the volume! Composer/arranger Terry White has written a terrific chart that’s mellow and laid-back chart in the style of the famo
An original swing chart at a medium tempo, this chart will sound great with young players. Mike Lewis knows how to help you get a full soun
Dreamsville is an outstanding ballad style arrangement of a beautiful Henry Mancini song arranged by Vince Gassi. The 1st tenor sax has a
Arranger Mike Lewis took the swinging Glenn Miller hit and arranged it for the easy jazz ensemble player. Mike’s clever reworking of the solo
Arranger Roy Phillippe dug into the Neal Hefti songbook and re-discovered Gotham City . Written-out solos for alto sax, trumpet, tenor sax a
A medium-tempo minor blues composed and arranged by Mike Kamuf. Written out solos for tenor sax and trumpet, lead trumpet highest no
Intrepid! This theme from Rocky III has a powerful groove that keeps on driving forward. No solos, easy brass ranges and a nice interlude t
A trumpet ballad feature with a double-time section with everything written out, easy ranges, some nice substitute chords and lush harmonie
Based on Beethovens “Ode to Joy,” arranger Victor Lopez begins with a hymn-style chorale then switches to a rock feel for the developmen
A feature for the sax section, Stro’s Place is a medium swinger with written-out solos for tenor and/or trumpet. A nice stop-time ensemble, s
An exciting samba groove composed and arranged by Victor Lopez. This chart is packed with montuno patterns for all sections, a very catch
Here is a wonderful chart by Rich Sigler on a great tune by Paul Simon. A chorale intro transititions into a shuffle swing groove with written s
Arranged by Lisa DeSpain as a tasty swing chart featuring a piano solo and a 1st trumpet solo. A few drum fills and the lead trumpet range
This chart has a easy-going funky groove with a straight eighth feel. Writer Mike Smukal included a written out tenor solo and 1st trumpet ra
A moderate swing chart arranged by Mike Lewis with some clever rhythmic patterns as the title suggests. Not to worry though, nothing your
As the title suggests, this one has two styles, funky and Latin. The “Rice” has a funky blues-based melody, and the “Beans” is a Latin groov
“Alianza” is the Spanish word for alliance which is represented through the blending of Latin and swing styles with high energy. The main m
This chart is exciting jazz-rock—pure and simple. From the jazz-rock group Chase, the trumpet section is highlighted and solos (written out)
Check out arranger Terry White’s straight-ahead bebop-influenced chart on this Gershwin standard. Swing feel throughout, a beefy sax soli,
A beautiful tune by Herbie Hancock and a stellar chart by Erik Morales. Creative and sophisticated but not technically difficult and the lead t
Victor Lopez, who knows the Latin idiom inside and out, has given us a powerhouse 6/8 Latin chart that will make your ensemble sound like
This up-tempo, swinging version of a great standard features trombones on the melody and a written solo for 1st trombone. There is also a
Show off the sensitive side of your ensemble with this ballad with no featured soloist. There is a brief 4-bar written trumpet melody; otherwis
With the distinct flavor of the group Weather Report, writer Kris Berg continues his successful string of chicken-related jazz ensemble titles
Composed by sax legends Gerry Mulligan and Zoot Sims, Scott Ragsdale has done a yeoman’s job on this wonderful chart. Lead trumpet ra
Arranger Dave Rivello treats this great tune as a jazz waltz. It has great energy, a rich texture, contemporary harmony, an alto 1 solo (written
Jack Cooper delivers an outstanding salsa flavored Latin chart with his arrangement of “Lulu.” The melody is played by tenor and trombone
Only arranger Dave Wolpe can make On Green Dolphin Street the ideal address. A combination of swing and Latin feel, solos for alto 1 an
Perhaps the most famous time chart of all time, Take Five is in 5/4 but the rhythmic pattern is clear and consistent throughout. You’ll find th
Arranger Dave Rivello has taken this well-known traditional melody and brought it to life with his outstanding gospel-sounding chart. The ten
Here is a swinging chart on a great jazz standard. Arranged by jazz educator Victor Goines, this chart has the melody played by alto and ten
This is a great chart! Arranger David Berger is one of the masters at transcription and/or adaptation of swing era jazz charts. Big John’s Spe
Everybody gets the melody in this unusual but hip swing chart. Check out how jazz trombonist Wycliffe Gordon has taken this jazz standard
A staple of every jazz singer’s repertoire, arranger Dave Wolpe delivers another great chart with plenty of musical space for the vocalist. Da
Night and Day never sounded so good! Solo vocal with jazz ensemble arranged in the Sinatra style with a tenor sax solo and supurb ensem
Have a jazz vocal group or quartet? Here is a stunning chart arranged by Darmon Meader, the musical director and chief arranger of the jaz
A swinging chart, Dave Wolpe continues his string of superb vocal charts with jazz ensemble with Something’s Gotta Give . This one is arra
Gotta have this one! Composed by Grammy winner and jazz legend Herbie Hancock, arranged for you by Alan Baylock, this is funky and hi
You guessed it, this chart is an up-tempo swinger. Les Hooper’s arrangement will keep everyone moving forward on this original based on “
Dave Wolpe is an outstanding arranger. His chart on this jazz classic features flugelhorn set in a ballad style with a swing interlude for the s
Here is a hot chart by Eric Richards. A swing-funk groove on a great bebop jazz tune loaded with energy. Features: the lead is played by alt
This tribute by arranger Jeff Hest brings two classics to you with Dorsey’s famous hits, “Song of India” and “I’m Getting Sentimental Over Yo
If you want Latin excitement, then this is it. Victor Lopez does it right with Jona Jam which has the melody stated by tenor and trumpet with
A power chart from one of the finest contemporary jazz big band writers today, Alan Baylock. A driving shuffle swing at a medium tempo wit
Here is a Metheny-flavored chart to feature 2nd trombone and guitar. Solo space for both is provided, a few easy meter changes to 3/4, lead
Composed and arranged by Gordon Goodwin as a duet for Maynard Ferguson and Wayne Bergeron. Gordon adapted this one to feature on
Gordon Goodwin’s chart has a funky, sassy and contemporary groove, just like the title suggests. Solo space for alto, tenor and bari sax, lea
Composed and arranged by Gordon Goodwin, this buoyant samba is sweet. Soprano sax lead and solo space available for soprano, alto, te
Gordon’s chart is a New Orleans groove with the creative Goodwin touch. Solo space is for alto, tenor, trumpet and trombone. Lead trumpet
 is to written E top space and the arrangement has optional parts for two flutes, two clarinets, bari sax, guitar, tuba, horn and baritone horn/tenor sax. Plus,
your young players. With an easy rock groove, modest brass ranges, some simple counterpoint and a flexible solo section for one or all winds, this is ideal
   progression and the high note for 1st trumpet is written D, fourth line. The practical solo section is written for all wind players so you can choose one, som
g chart by Jeff Darrohn. It’s easy to rehearse and has a catchy and interesting melody with written-out solos for alto sax and trumpet and easy 1st trumpet r
  right with a very catchy tune and a well-written chart at the easy level. Written-out solos for alto, trumpet and trombone, 1st trumpet range is only to written
h a terrific melody that sticks in your head, written out alto sax and trombone solos, 1st trumpet range to written F top line and a fun piano part. This one ha
  it for young players. Written-out solos for 1st trumpet and 1st alto sax, easy brass ranges, an easy jazz waltz swing feel, and it all will assemble immediate
nd played at an easy swing tempo. Not difficult, yet very effective with written solos for 1st alto and 1st trumpet. Modest trumpet range and the usual option
  hart in the style of the famous Basie chart, “Li'l Darlin’.” This arrangement will come together quickly with simple rhythms, an easy shout chorus, a written-o
 w to help you get a full sound, with plenty of doubled harmonies, lots of section work, a written piano solo and easy brass ranges all equals a superb chart
assi. The 1st tenor sax has a few melody phrases and a brief solo, and the 1st trumpet range is to written D, fourth line. Nice harmonies throughout, plusea
s clever reworking of the solo sections and the descending harmony line makes this chart very playable for the young jazz musician. 1st trumpet range is to
alto sax, trumpet, tenor sax and trombone, modest lead trumpet range and a swingin’ time for everyone. A valuable addition to your jazz library. (3:10)
pet, lead trumpet highest note is written G on top of the staff. A well written chart that will do your band proud. You’ll like it. (3:29)
anges and a nice interlude that will keep everyone happy. The perfect fun chart for every occasion—can’t miss. (3:05)
  e chords and lush harmonies, and it’s easy to put together. (3:49)
 ock feel for the development. This chart has a nice rock groove, interesting harmony, no individual solos and the lead trumpet player’s highest note is a wr
    nice stop-time ensemble, so everyone gets to shine. An effective chart composed and arranged by Carl Strommen. (3:56)
   for all sections, a very catch melody and trumpet 1 range is up to G on top of the staff. An interesting and fun Latin chart—and good choice for your library
e swing groove with written solos for alto and trumpet. Easy ranges for the brass, too. A nice development section that builds into a power shout chorus. Cr
and the lead trumpet range is to written G on top of the staff. Lisa is a superb arranger and this chart is no exception. (3:45)
enor solo and 1st trumpet range to to written G. It’s catchy, well-written and fun to play. (3:06)
   worry though, nothing your band can’t handle. A short solo for drums and a brief bass solo and modest brass ranges round out this one. Nice chart. (2:57
 the “Beans” is a Latin groove. Victor Lopez arranged this chart to include optional parts for flute, clarinet and violin, viola and cello—everybody plays in the
 th high energy. The main melody seamlessly integrates the two styles. There is a written-out jazz solo for 2nd trumpet and every section of the band is fea
ghted and solos (written out) are for tenor sax, trumpet and trombone. Lead trumpet range is to written B-flat above the staff. There is a nice cascading cho
  hroughout, a beefy sax soli, lead lines and solos (written out) for alto 1 and trumpet 2 and lead trumpet range is to written A above the staff. All the ingredi
  ically difficult and the lead trumpet range is only to written F-sharp top line with a straight-eighth groove. Solo space (written out) for tenor sax and piano, w
  e your ensemble sound like the Kenton Band. Majestic, powerful and noble! Included solo space for tenor sax (written) and an optional Latin percussion p
 t trombone. There is also a prominent saxophone soli, roaring ensemble chorus and a big ending making this chart an ideal closer for festivals and concer
en trumpet melody; otherwise, it’s all ensemble blend with a lush texture, a double-time section and lead trumpet range is to written G on top of the staff. Th
  elated jazz ensemble titles with Feather Report . A superb chart with a hip-hop/shuffle-swing kind of groove and a written-out tenor solo, although other pl
 derful chart. Lead trumpet range is to written A above the staff and solo space (written) is for tenor sax and piano. Here is a guarantee: this is a very intere
  mony, an alto 1 solo (written-out) and lead trumpet range is to written A above the staff. Everyone will get some musical action in this meaty chart. Quality
  yed by tenor and trombone with solos for both, and check out how Jack creates an exciting ensemble sound with so much energy. Optional Latin percuss
  atin feel, solos for alto 1 and tenor 1 (written out), lead trumpet range is to written A above the staff, a sax soli and a shout chorus. Optional parts are inclu
ent throughout. You’ll find this arrangement very accessible with easy alto sax and drum solos, and modest brass ranges. Recommended for every concer
spel-sounding chart. The tenor solo is written and a few modulations keep this chart moving onward and upward. Your jazz library needs this one. A great c
  elody played by alto and tenor with solos (written) for both, an exciting ensemble build into a powerful shout chorus and modest brass ranges. This is a su
    jazz charts. Big John’s Special was composed by Horace Henderson with a light airy feel but plenty of snap and energy throughout. Solos are written-ou
has taken this jazz standard and worked his arranging magic. A piano or guitar solo section (can be any soloist), a brief meter change to 3/4, plenty of ene
 al space for the vocalist. Dave knows how to arrange better than just about anyone and this chart proves it with perfect ensemble writing, an alto solo, and
   sax solo and supurb ensemble writing. Arranged in two keys for vocal flexibility–just flip the page for the best vocal key. Vocal solo range: female (low) ke
and chief arranger of the jazz vocal group, New York Voices. I Could Write a Book is scored for SATB and jazz ensemble and includes a solo female/solo
Gotta Give . This one is arranged in two keys with two scores and the parts are reversible–just flip the page for the high or low key your vocalist prefers. A t
Baylock, this is funky and hip. Open solo space for all, lead trumpet goes up to written D, plus a few hot drum fills. This is a great chart. (6:30)
 d on this original based on “Rhythm” chord changes. Solo space is for tenor and alto plus an open solo section for all players and a hot shout choruses too
 h a swing interlude for the solo. Quality from top to bottom—great tune, great chart. (3:57)
res: the lead is played by alto, tenor and trumpet with some tricky lines, lead trumpet range is up to written high D (optional F-sharp), a nice soli for saxes,
Getting Sentimental Over You.” If you have a lead ’bone with range and a sweet sound, then this will be the perfect showcase. Includes standard sax parts
d by tenor and trumpet with solos for both, fierce trombone soli, and all the Latin montunos you need. Lead trumpet range is to written A on top of the staff
wing at a medium tempo with solos for alto, trombone and piano. Lead trumpet range to written high D (optional F) and nice thick harmonic texture for the e
y meter changes to 3/4, lead trumpet range is to B-flat above the staff with an optional D. A tasty chart perfect for concert or festival as composed and arra
dapted this one to feature only one trumpet soloist with written lines and some jazz solo space. It swings hard and lead trumpet range is to written high F, p
r alto, tenor and bari sax, lead trumpet range has a few high G’s. You’ll dig this chart! (0:59)
 vailable for soprano, alto, tenor, trumpet and trombone. Lead trumpet range is to written high F-sharp, and it has an auxiliary percussion part and an optio
and trombone. Lead trumpet range is up to high G and some piano ostinato licks are just a few of the features. Cool chart. (1:22)
  horn and baritone horn/tenor sax. Plus, this chart will sound full with reduced instrumentation. Easy to rehearse, sounds great; this one will be a hit at eve
  section for one or all winds, this is ideal for the holiday concert. Your band will sound great, it’s easy to rehearse and has optional parts for flutes, clarinets
 nd players so you can choose one, some or all to solo. A fun chart that the band will enjoy every time. (4:05)
o sax and trumpet and easy 1st trumpet range to written E top space–what’s not to like? Great choice. (3:48)
 bone, 1st trumpet range is only to written E top space, plus this rock groove just about plays itself. The rhythm section will sound solid. Excellent chart. (3:0
 op line and a fun piano part. This one has a great Latin essence and is accessible. (4:24)
 g feel, and it all will assemble immediately. Make your holidays happy with this chart! (2:47)
 dest trumpet range and the usual optional parts make this one very accessible. (4:01)
 ythms, an easy shout chorus, a written-out alto sax solo, and the 1st trumpet range is to written F top line. The band will sound great on Past My Bedtime
y brass ranges all equals a superb chart for any performance. (2:25)
 line. Nice harmonies throughout, pluseasy rhythm section parts which combine to produce a superb ensemble sound. The chart sounds full with reduced
 ng jazz musician. 1st trumpet range is to written F top line. Ideal for any performance. (3:04)
   addition to your jazz library. (3:10)
 ll like it. (3:29)


 ead trumpet player’s highest note is a written A-flat. A very pleasant change of pace for the holiday concert. (3:21)

 n chart—and good choice for your library. (2:35)
 that builds into a power shout chorus. Creative and accessible. (4:47)


 ges round out this one. Nice chart. (2:57)
 , viola and cello—everybody plays in the jazz ensemble! Trumpet 1 range is to written A. Rice and Beans is a fun and flexible chart. Don’t forget the string
mpet and every section of the band is featured at some point. Lead trumpet range is to written A above the staff and there is an optional percussion part. A
   the staff. There is a nice cascading chorale section, too. Hit it hard and keep the energy flowing. Powerful! (3:32)
   written A above the staff. All the ingredients you need for a swingin’ chart. (3:09)
ce (written out) for tenor sax and piano, wonderful voicings, moving lines and a joyous chart top to bottom. Play this chart, it stands above the rest! (5:00)
  tten) and an optional Latin percussion part. This is a must-have chart. (3:44)
  t an ideal closer for festivals and concerts. Lead trumpet range is to A-flat above the staff. Arranger Greg Yasinitsky is consistently an excellent writer and
ange is to written G on top of the staff. The drummer plays brushes and sticks, the band emotes and everybody sounds great. Arranged by Craig Skeffingto
  written-out tenor solo, although other players can handle the simple two-chord solo section. Some meter changes from 4 to 3 and back, but nothing dange
 Here is a guarantee: this is a very interesting tune and an excellent chart that swings hard! First class work all around. (4:38)
  usical action in this meaty chart. Quality writing. (3:16)
 so much energy. Optional Latin percussion part is included. A very cool chart. (3:08)
   a shout chorus. Optional parts are included also for flute, horn, baritone horn/tenor sax and tuba, so what’s not to like? It’s a superb chart you will enjoy fo
  anges. Recommended for every concert! (4:21)
  our jazz library needs this one. A great chart that all will enjoy! (3:37)
 s and modest brass ranges. This is a superb arrangement. Correlated to the Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Jazz For Young People ™ curriculum (4:04)
 energy throughout. Solos are written-out for 2nd trumpet, 3rd trumpet and 1st alto. It is a hot chart correlated to the Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Jazz For Youn
   brief meter change to 3/4, plenty of energy throughout—no one will doze off on this chart. A clever arrangement. (2:32)
  rfect ensemble writing, an alto solo, and it’s arranged in two keys: female (low) key of B-flat – G below middle C to 3rd space C, male (high) key of E-flat –
al key. Vocal solo range: female (low) key of C – G below middle C to 3rd space C; male (high) key of E-flat – B-flat below middle C to top space E-flat, treb
  semble and includes a solo female/solo male part for added flexibility. The vocal quartet arrangement and the jazz ensemble chart are both superb. Solo v
  high or low key your vocalist prefers. A tenor sax solo and a shout chorus connect the dots. Vocal solo range: female key (low) key of G – G below middle
 This is a great chart. (6:30)
   all players and a hot shout choruses too. Exciting! (3:48)

 optional F-sharp), a nice soli for saxes, lead sax is soprano sax with an optional alto part included. Whew, it is a “Hot House.” (4:08)
  showcase. Includes standard sax parts plus optional parts for saxes with clarinet doubles. This is the real deal for Tommy Dorsey. (8:33)
et range is to written A on top of the staff. It’s electric! (3:34)
  and nice thick harmonic texture for the entire ensemble. Festival material! (6:22)
concert or festival as composed and arranged by Kris Berg. (5:06)
 lead trumpet range is to written high F, plus the second trumpet part is rangy too. An outstanding chart to showcase your lead player that’s worth the work

an auxiliary percussion part and an optional 1st alto part. This chart is exciting and dynamic! (1:26)
ol chart. (1:22)
 ounds great; this one will be a hit at every performance! (2:53)
and has optional parts for flutes, clarinets, horn, baritone horn and tuba. Try it, you’ll like it. (3:49)


tion will sound solid. Excellent chart. (3:00)




nd will sound great on Past My Bedtime . (3:59)

und. The chart sounds full with reduced instrumentation and includes optional parts. (3:21)




 and flexible chart. Don’t forget the string parts. (4:20)
d there is an optional percussion part. A very hot Latin chart that will please everyone. (3:29)


s chart, it stands above the rest! (5:00)

ky is consistently an excellent writer and Secret Love is no exception. (4:38)
unds great. Arranged by Craig Skeffington, you’ll fall in love with this excellent chart. (3:40)
 from 4 to 3 and back, but nothing dangerous. Lead trumpet range is to written A above the staff (optional C). Brass players have a tough blow in this one,




 like? It’s a superb chart you will enjoy for years to come. (2:56)


ung People ™ curriculum (4:04)
e Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Jazz For Young People™ curriculum. (3:19)

  3rd space C, male (high) key of E-flat – middle C to top line F, treble clef. Includes two scores and reversible parts—just flip the page for the key that suit
 t below middle C to top space E-flat, treble clef. An excellent chart. (3:36)
z ensemble chart are both superb. Solo vocal ranges: female part – G below middle C to top space E; male – D below middle C to G above treble staff. Ch
 ale key (low) key of G – G below middle C to 3rd line B; male key (high) of C – middle C to top space E, treble clef. (3:31)




Hot House.” (4:08)
 Tommy Dorsey. (8:33)




se your lead player that’s worth the work! (5:45)
s players have a tough blow in this one, but it’s worth it. Very hip chart and another winner from Kris Berg. (6:17)




ts—just flip the page for the key that suits your vocalist. You’ll get a kick out of this chart! (4:02)

low middle C to G above treble staff. Check out this outstanding chart! (4:43)
Information on this spreadsheet is the most accurate available as of 4/1/08. Information is subject to change without notice.



            2008-2009 Alfred Concert Band New Releases
Item #      Title                                                                Composer
00-29451    Praeludium and Dance                                                 Robert Sheldon
00-29447    Cedarwood Holiday                                                    Mark Williams
00-29444    Catalina March                                                       Steve Hodges
00-29448    Drive                                                                Mark Williams
00-29453    Holidays on Parade
00-29445    Anthem of Liberty                                                    Steve Hodges
00-29449    Themes from Piano Concerto No. 2                                     Sergei Rachmaninoff
00-29446    High Five!                                                           Steve Hodges
00-29450    The Name’s Claus…Santa Claus
00-29452    Patriotic Snippets
00-29493    Hunter’s Mountain                                                    Rob Grice
00-29461    Quasars                                                              Todd Stalter
00-29492    Hard Times in the City                                               Larry Henry
00-29455    Seafarer’s Hymn                                                      Jeanne Vultaggio
00-29457    This Band Rocks!                                                     Steve Frank
00-29456    The Star Spangled Banner                                             Smith/Key
00-29458    Sword Dance
00-29460    The Holly and the Ivy
00-29454    The Dragon’s Lair                                                    Todd Stalter
00-29459    Conundrum                                                            Robert Sheldon
00-29439    Dragons of he Ancient Court                                          Mark Williams
00-29434    March Supreme                                                        John O'Reilly
00-29436    The Magnificent Five                                                 Mark Williams
00-29438    A River Trilogy
00-29437    Elizabethan Dance                                                    Mark Williams
00-29435    Winter Fun                                                           John O'Reilly
00-29443    Lo, How a Rose                                                       Michael Praetoriua
00-29440    Camino Real                                                          John O'Reilly
00-29442    Finale from Symphony No. 1                                           Johannes Brahms
00-29441    Firestorm                                                            John O'Reilly
00-29462    Fantasy on an Early American Marching Tune                           Robert Sheldon
00-29475    Wind                                                                 Darren W. Jenkins
00-29476    A Hero’s Return                                                      Douglas A. Richard
00-29470    Mussorgsky!                                                          Modest Mussorgsky
00-29466    Appalachian Morning                                                  Robert Sheldon
00-29464    Land of the Midnight Sun                                             Vince Gassi
00-29474    Remember                                                             Melanie J. Donahue
00-29471    Kensington Square                                                    Carl Strommen
00-29472    Then I Saw the Lucent Sky                                            Todd Stalter
00-29473    Companions on the Journey                                            Brant Karrick
00-29468    Carol of the Bells
00-29463    Troika from Lieutenant Kijé Suite                                    Sergei Prokofiev
00-29465    Thrill Ride                                                          Brendan MvBrien
00-29469    We Will Remember                                                     Gary Fagan
00-29467    Synergies                                                            Robert Sheldon
00-29477   Flight of the Piasa             Robert Sheldon
00-29491   Air Mobility Command March      Mark Camphouse
00-29488   Supplication                    J. Eric Schmidt
00-29486   Polka from The Bartered Bride   Bedrich Smetana
00-29490   West River Jubilee              John Darling
00-29487   An Unending Legacy              Barry Milner
00-29478   Three Georgian Vignettes        Robert Sheldon
00-29483   J.S. Jig                        Brant Karrick
00-29482   Evensong                        William G. Harbinson
00-29480   A Chesapeake Bay Adventure      Vince Gassi
00-29479   Art in the Park                 Robert Sheldon
00-29489   Superior Tradition              Gary Fagan
00-29485   Mckenzie River Quest            Steve Hodges
00-29484   Spirit of Flight                John O'Reilly
00-29481   Casey at the Bat                Randol Alan Bass
subject to change without notice.




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Blurb
A bold fanfare opens this dynamic work, quickly leading to a rhythmic dance motif that propels the ensemble through a whirlwind of punctua
Take your students on a musical holiday with this engaging selection for young bands. This festive concert and contest overture features ric
Catalina March, an original composition by Steve Hodges, contains elements of both traditional and contemporary marches. The spirited op
The title says it all! Whether you’re imagining the rhythmic energy that motivates this piece, or perhaps a trip in your car at high
Here is the perfect march for your holiday performance! This tuneful seasonal treat will delight your audience with effervescent settings of “J
Anthem of Liberty is introduced with a warm major-key chorale presented by the woodwinds and then again by the brass. This leads to an in
The music of Sergei Rachmaninoff contains some of the world's most memorable melodies. It has served as the basis of at least two popula
Looking for some music to get the audience more involved in your concert? Here it is! A medium-rock groove sets the stage for an eighth-no
Who’s that sneaking down your chimney? This delicious send-up explores what Santa might sound like if he were really a secret agent! The
This delightful toe-tapper is arranged from bits and pieces of some of our nation’s favorite patriotic melodies. Although very playable, there a
Hunter’s Mountain is an aggressive beginning band composition that was written to capture the energy and imagination of young musicians
Quasars are the brightest observable objects in the universe, created by super-massive black holes in the centers of galaxies.
Every young band wants to rock. This is the perfect arrangement to teach the band about articulation and style. A trumpet solo
Your students will love how mature they can sound on this seafaring journey! Seafarer’s Hymn gives the developing band a cha
Everybody gets to join the fun in this dynamic new rock chart! Blues scale melodies alternate over a driving bass line to a funky
Even the youngest bands are frequently asked to perform The Star Spangled Banner . Here is an arrangement that sounds gre
Although this outstanding arrangement is accessible by even very young bands, every section has the melody at various times,
The Holly and the Ivy is a beautiful setting of an old favorite that will showcase developing bands. The simple tune and lush ha
The sequel to Castles and Dragons , The Dragon’s Lair tells the tale of the knights’ search for the dragon’s whereabouts, using
A conundrum is defined as a question or problem having only a conjectural answer, but your audience will have no questions o
Travel back in time to revisit the ancient legends of the dragon in this powerful new work for young bands. Filled with driving rhy
Treat your beginners to a fresh sounding original march that will make them shine on their very first concert. All winds play their
Written for the beginning band’s very first concert, this playful tune uses only five notes (the first five notes learned in most band
A River Trilogy provides a wonderful opportunity for first year bands to work on legato style. After an original introduction, the fu
Experience the merry sounds of Olde England in this easy, but authentic sounding work in the Renaissance style. Written in a m
Winter Fun is a sure winner for that very first holiday concert. An original melody is combined with “Jingle Bells,” “Deck the Halls” and “Ove
This beautiful carol truly shines in this sensitive, creative treatment. After a gentle introduction and an introspective first statement of the tun
Take your students on a colorful trip down the old Camino Real (King’s Highway) with this authentic Latin style arrangement. The Camino R
This easy arrangement from one of the most popular symphonies of all time remains remarkably faithful to the spirit of the original. Starting
October 28, 2007 began as a typically beautiful Southern California day. But as the composer sat at his piano writing this composition, he b
Fantasy on an Early American Marching Tune is based on the popular fife and drum melody, “The Girl I Left Behind Me.” All m
Wind was originally a part of a multi-movement work based on the elements of the universe. It has been re-scored and edited f
A Hero’s Return was written for the West Point Middle School Band, located at the United States Military Academy, West Point
Modest Mussorgsky (1839–1881) was a relatively unknown composer during his lifetime, but some of his works are among tod
Much of Kentucky’s musical heritage is steeped in the traditions of Appalachia, an area largely influenced by the settlers from S
Follow Crow on his epic journey southward and back as he attempts to bring daylight to the people of the far north. Inspired by
This lovely and gentle ballade is inspired by the beautiful folk melodies of Ireland
How very British! This delightful piece is reminiscent of many wonderful moments in the wind literature of England, including ch
This work was inspired by the music of Hildegaard von Bingen, a medieval Benedictine nun whose chant melodies are remarka
Imagine the exciting sensation and thrill of traveling with friends to a foreign country in another hemisphere for the first time! Co
Carol of the Bells is a classic Christmas song that has been performed in many vocal and instrumental settings. This dynamic b
Over the years, Prokofiev’s “Troika” from Lieutenant Kijé Suite has become a seasonal, light classic. Now intermediate bands c
The opening measures of Thrill Ride depict our first glimpse of the giant structure. This is followed by the slow ride up the lift-hi
We Will Remember is a musical memorial to the Virginia Tech massacre, and serves as a tribute to the victims and heroes of t
High energy, rhythmic verve and tuneful melodies characterize this Robert Sheldon composition entitled Synergies . The colorfu
Flight of the Piasa was written to depict the majesty of the legendary Piasa, an enormous winged creature, and the bravery of t
With headquarters at Scott Air Force Base in Illinois, the mission of Air Mobility Command (AMC) is to provide airlift, air refuelin
This final movement from Eric Schmidt’s monumental Symphony of Prayer ebbs and flows from moments of quiet and gentle p
Whirling, brightly-clad dancers, brought to life in Smetana’s “Polka” from The Bartered Bride , are reanimated in this exhilarating
This cinematic overture captures the essence of the northern plains, from a serene scene on the Missouri River to the sweepin
The legacy we leave will be as a result of what we taught; what is our legacy to our children, country and/or world? This beautifu
Commissioned for the University of Georgia MidFest Honor Band, this charming suite provides a musical depiction of fables dra
This delightful offering presents the music of Bach as an Irish Jig! Very cleverly done, J.S. Jig is certain to be a favorite on your
Evensong is a beautiful ballad in standard song (ABA) form with a brief coda. The lyric nature of the composition offers opportu
Commissioned by the 2007 Albemarle County High School Honors Band (Crozet, VA), this piece takes its inspiration from the r
Art in the Park is a four-movement work that musically portrays various styles and techniques used in the visual arts. Musical re
Superior Tradition takes your band on a rhythmic ride full of syncopation and energy. A contrasting lyrical theme provides mom
This energetic piece begins with active melodies, expanded percussion and changing meters that provide an exciting adventure
Spirit of Flight was commissioned by the USAF Academy Band, commanded by Lt. Col. Steven Grimo, to celebrate the 60th an
Casey at the Bat is based on the well-known poem of the same title, first published in San Francisco during the late 1800s by E
ough a whirlwind of punctuated accompaniments and tuneful melodies. This is the perfect concert and contest opener or closing work for any developing b
contest overture features rich harmonies and rhythmic interest that will help make your group sound its very best. From the syncopated allegro of the open
 ry marches. The spirited opening theme features a playful give-and-take between the brass and the upper woodwinds. A contrasting minor trio section is p
s a trip in your car at high speeds, this blues-influenced piece just screams with excitement! Your students will love the powerful sounds and
  h effervescent settings of “Joy to the World,” “Jingle Bells” and “We Wish You a Merry Christmas.” With really enjoyable parts for everyone in the band, th
 he brass. This leads to an intense second presentation in the relative minor, featuring exciting rhythmic motives passed from section to section. Following
e basis of at least two popular songs and a musical, and has also been included in at least 12 movie soundtracks! This arrangement takes some of the mo
  ts the stage for an eighth-note motive that signals the band and audience to give “high fives” throughout the piece. Soloists on the flute, saxophone, trump
 re really a secret agent! The unforgettable sounds of famous spy movies are blended with favorite Christmas carols such as “Jingle Bells,” “Jolly Old St. N
 hough very playable, there are some interesting harmonic twists and turns, and a few surprises to keep the audience engaged. “America the Beautiful,” “Y
gination of young musicians. With very limited demands, this composition offers young players a chance to perform with success in their early stage of dev
n the centers of galaxies. This piece attempts to musically portray the awe of the vastness of our universe, and the reflective middle section e
 and style. A trumpet solo and a drumset solo with an optional trade-off with congas, tom-toms, bongos (or whatever is available) allow the ba
 he developing band a chance to shine while getting a great introduction to lyrical playing. Featuring brass and woodwind choirs, this piece gi
 riving bass line to a funky rhythmic groove, leading to an exciting call and response, pitting brass against woodwinds, as your percussion sec
 ngement that sounds great and won’t take a lot of rehearsal time to prepare!
  melody at various times, and each variation is represented with a different texture and accompaniment, keeping the lively dance tune fresh
e simple tune and lush harmony are accomplished within a modest range, providing the opportunity to focus on musical expression. The Holl
gon’s whereabouts, using a sturdy tune and countermelody in C minor to describe their confidence and swagger. Once the dragon is spotted
e will have no questions or problems enjoying this tasty musical offering. The rhythmic groove, imaginative textures, and colorful scoring will m
 nds. Filled with driving rhythms and strong, accented lines, this piece is a surefire student and audience favorite. Many cultures around the w
oncert. All winds play their first six notes taught except for the clarinets who also play their low B. Eighth-notes are carefully presented as pair
 otes learned in most band methods) with rhythms no faster than a quarter-note in scale-wise patterns that will build technique and provide a
original introduction, the full ensemble plays the African-American spiritual “Deep River.” A clarinet and flute duet ushers in the early English f
 sance style. Written in a mixture of mixolydian and major tonalities, this piece is a great tool for exposing students to the sounds and tradition
 ,” “Deck the Halls” and “Over the River and Through the Woods.” Everyone in the band gets to play the melody and join in the holiday fun. Correlated with
ive first statement of the tune, a key change signals the pairing of the main theme with “Hark, the Herald Angels Sing” and “The Twelve Days of Christmas
arrangement. The Camino Real was the road that connected the missions established along the California coast by Spanish missionaries. Your percussion
pirit of the original. Starting with a rousing cut-time intro, it moves through a beautiful chorale section to the famous lyric theme, which leads to its ultimate
riting this composition, he became aware of a major firestorm raging within a few miles of his house. Dense smoke filled the air and a steady stream of hel
rl I Left Behind Me.” All melodies and countermelodies in the piece are drawn from this well-known theme, as they are altered and re-worked
 en re-scored and edited for symphonic band. Through this piece, the composer has tried to musically represent the many facets of wind – qu
ary Academy, West Point, NY. The opening section conveys the celebratory atmosphere of when a hero comes home to friends and family.
  his works are among today’s best-known pieces in concert halls and films. His orchestral work Night on Bald Mountain was immortalized by
ced by the settlers from Scotland and Ireland. Appalachian Morning acknowledges these pioneers with a musical walk through the woods an
 the far north. Inspired by the Inuit myth “Crow Brings the Daylight,” this colorful piece, filled with haunting harmonies and energetic rhythms,

e of England, including charming marches, lyrical chorales and the irrepressible folk music of this historic kingdom.
 ant melodies are remarkable for their soaring passages and simple beauty, and whose theological and visionary writings were unique for her
phere for the first time! Companions on the Journey is a song of joy, camaraderie and celebration. It was composed for the Xavier College W
al settings. This dynamic band arrangement is a transcription is of a performance made by outstanding guitarist Gary Hoey, who has recorde
Now intermediate bands can enjoy and present this music with this new, approachable arrangement of the main themes, complete with sleig
 the slow ride up the lift-hill and the blood-chilling first drop that begins our journey on this musical roller coaster. To ride a roller coaster is to
he victims and heroes of that day.
ed Synergies . The colorful orchestration in the winds as well as the percussion truly makes this piece a delight for the players as well as the
ature, and the bravery of the Illini tribe who triumphed over its reign of terror. The discovery of the Piasa dates to 1673, when the cliff drawing
   provide airlift, air refueling, special air missions and aero-medical evacuation for United States forces. Composer Mark Camphouse has dra
ments of quiet and gentle prayerful entreaty to expressions of a bold and powerful faith. The music balances the humbleness of prayer with th
nimated in this exhilarating transcription for concert band. The joyful celebration of Bohemian peasant life is evidenced from the development
  ouri River to the sweeping hills and grassy buttes of the Dakotas, culminating with a rollicking hoe-down. Colorful scoring and infectious rhyt
 nd/or world? This beautiful melody will evoke a remembrance of someone who has had or is having a profound impact on your life; rememb
 ical depiction of fables drawn from southern folklore, including “The Heron and the Hummingbird,” “The Crows are in the Corn” and “Brer Ra
  in to be a favorite on your next concert!
  omposition offers opportunities to develop the ensemble’s expressive playing with concentration on tone, intonation, balance, and phrasing.
 s its inspiration from the rich maritime history of the Chesapeake Bay - from colonial lighthouses to Civil War ironclads; from its vital role in th
   the visual arts. Musical representations of high energy cubism, dreamy impressionistic aquarelle, the nobility and subtle shadings of chiaros
 ical theme provides moments of beauty and dignity to this outstanding composition.
 vide an exciting adventure for the band. The contrasting expressive section features a lyrical horn melody that moves to a majestic presentat
o, to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the US Air Force. The composer, John O’ Reilly, has written a sparkling composition that inspires youn
 during the late 1800s by Ernest L. Thayer. This musical version of the famous story was commissioned by the Dallas Symphony and was giv
ener or closing work for any developing band!
From the syncopated allegro of the opening to the lyric andante, this piece offers many opportunities for developing tone and expression. Highly recommen
 inds. A contrasting minor trio section is presented by the clarinets, saxophones and horns before returning to a charming woodwind variation of the initial p
nts will love the powerful sounds and feelings of forward motion created by the music. Repeated ostinato patterns and “power-chord” open fi
oyable parts for everyone in the band, this will become a perennial favorite – a terrific way to open or close your December concert!
assed from section to section. Following a dynamic transition, the initial chorale is again presented in a majestic manner over the driving double-time percu
This arrangement takes some of the most popular of those melodies and makes them available to young bands. Enjoy the exotic sounds of this all-time cla
 . Soloists on the flute, saxophone, trumpet, trombone and clarinet are featured on two-measure phrases that lead to an exciting “drum-off” between the sna
 s such as “Jingle Bells,” “Jolly Old St. Nicholas,” “The Twelve Days of Christmas,” and more to create a joy-filled explosion of holiday fun! Don’t miss this v
  ce engaged. “America the Beautiful,” “Yankee Doodle,” “Battle Hymn of the Republic” and “My Country ’Tis of Thee” are all interwoven in a march tempo t
m with success in their early stage of development! Only the first six notes of the B-flat concert scale are utilized.
se, and the reflective middle section explores the wonder each of us has when viewing the nighttime sky.
 or whatever is available) allow the band to feature their “star” players. Young bands will love to get into the groove of this catchy tune. Rock o
 s and woodwind choirs, this piece gives everyone a chance to play the melody and also contains enough parts to keep the percussion sectio
 t woodwinds, as your percussion section rocks out! Your band will love rehearsing and performing it – let them show your audience that This

, keeping the lively dance tune fresh and invigorating as the piece catapults toward the surprise presto ending! Thoughtful use of percussion
cus on musical expression. The Holly and the Ivy is a nice change of pace and a great way to round out any holiday program.
swagger. Once the dragon is spotted, the music becomes faster and more accented as the knights engage the dragon in a fierce battle. Onc
ve textures, and colorful scoring will make this a favorite on your next concert – and with a title like this, of course…it has great drum parts!
 favorite. Many cultures around the world share a fascination with their own stories of dragons, and this music brings that fascination to the m
notes are carefully presented as pairs of repeating pitches, and the snare drum part is all single strokes playing interesting eighth-note patter
 at will build technique and provide a great performance experience. Your beginners will enjoy showing off their newly learned skills with this
 ute duet ushers in the early English folk song “The Water is Wide,” and the full band concludes with a lovely treatment of the American class
g students to the sounds and traditions of an essential time in musical history. This is an excellent selection for working on dynamic control a
 d join in the holiday fun. Correlated with Accent on Achievement , Book 1, page 14.
 ng” and “The Twelve Days of Christmas.” Great for developing tone quality and intonation, this is an ideal holiday program selection. Correlated with Acce
y Spanish missionaries. Your percussion section gets a chance to shine playing maracas, claves, tom-tom and bass drum. Correlated with Accent on Ach
s lyric theme, which leads to its ultimate conclusion in a return of the opening music. A great introduction to the works of Brahms. Correlated with Accent o
e filled the air and a steady stream of helicopters flew into the local reservoir to fill up with water to battle the flames. John O’Reilly has crafted a remarkable
me, as they are altered and re-worked to create new melodic material. An excellent piece for festival or contest use, and a delightful addition
 present the many facets of wind – quiet and gentle… a wistful and mysterious breeze…the flurry of a gusting wind…and the calm, somewha
o comes home to friends and family. The middle section represents the quiet tribute we pay to the fond memories of heroes no longer in our
  Bald Mountain was immortalized by Walt Disney in Fantasia , and Pictures at an Exhibition is one of the most performed pieces by sympho
 a musical walk through the woods and mountains of the Cumberland Gap. In addition to providing solo opportunities for several players, this
g harmonies and energetic rhythms, was written for and dedicated to the Inuksuk High School Band in Iqaluit, Canada.


visionary writings were unique for her time. The title comes from one of her writings: Then I saw the lucent sky, in which I heard different kind
s composed for the Xavier College Wind Ensemble from Melbourne, Australia, in conjunction with the group’s 2006 tour of the United States
guitarist Gary Hoey, who has recorded many settings of Christmas carols and holiday songs.
 he main themes, complete with sleigh bells.
coaster. To ride a roller coaster is to experience a collection of emotions: confidence, regret, fear, and euphoria to name a few. In short, we a

 delight for the players as well as the audience.
dates to 1673, when the cliff drawing painted high on the bluffs was first seen by Marquette during his famous journey down the Mississippi R
Composer Mark Camphouse has drawn thematic material from Robert Crawford’s “Air Force Song” to create this new march honoring Air Mo
ces the humbleness of prayer with the knowledge of the great strength which prayer possesses.
e is evidenced from the development of the principal theme to the dramatic presto at the end. You’ll find it hard to stay in your seat!
 . Colorful scoring and infectious rhythms abound. Sure to be a favorite on any concert or festival performance!
rofound impact on your life; remember to thank them for it.
Crows are in the Corn” and “Brer Rabbit Falls Down the Well.” Treat your students and audience to these colorful tales and the delightful mu

e, intonation, balance, and phrasing. The contrasting B section features the woodwind voices and moves through several non-traditional key
 War ironclads; from its vital role in the underground railroad to Blackbeard and other real-life pirates. Adventure is paramount as swashbuck
obility and subtle shadings of chiaroscuro, and a percussion ensemble’s rendition of a sgraffito are included, with the orchestration designed

dy that moves to a majestic presentation by the woodwinds. The abbreviated return to the original theme brings the piece to a powerful conclu
arkling composition that inspires young people to feel the amazing combination of exhilaration, serenity, and excitement all pilots experience
by the Dallas Symphony and was given its first performance by that ensemble in April, 2001, with Pat Sajak serving as narrator. The compos
g tone and expression. Highly recommended!
arming woodwind variation of the initial presentation. Following an effective modulation, the piece finishes with a powerful restatement of the opening them
o patterns and “power-chord” open fifths contribute to the unique strength of this must-have addition to the young band repertoire.
ecember concert!
anner over the driving double-time percussion and is complemented with active woodwind countermelodies. From the sensitive introduction to the stirring c
 njoy the exotic sounds of this all-time classic!
to an exciting “drum-off” between the snare and tom players. Band members and directors are encouraged to use their creativity in the solo section as wel
 xplosion of holiday fun! Don’t miss this very special musical treat!
e” are all interwoven in a march tempo to create a terrific arrangement to close any concert!



he groove of this catchy tune. Rock on!
h parts to keep the percussion section involved!
t them show your audience that This Band Rocks!

ending! Thoughtful use of percussion adds to the colorful scoring. Students will love this high-energy delight from the Renaissance era.
t any holiday program.
age the dragon in a fierce battle. Once the dragon is vanquished, the main theme returns as the knights celebrate their victory. The piece con
of course…it has great drum parts!
music brings that fascination to the musical stage. Correlated with Accent on Achievement, Book 1, page 24.
 playing interesting eighth-note patterns. Correlated with Accent on Achievement , Book 1, page 13.
off their newly learned skills with this five-note showpiece. Correlated with Accent on Achievement , Book 1, page 8.
 vely treatment of the American classic “Shenandoah.” Correlated with Accent on Achievement , Book 1, page 28.
ion for working on dynamic control and playing with delicacy. Correlated with Accent on Achievement , Book 1, page 19.

program selection. Correlated with Accent on Achievement , Book 2, page 24.
ss drum. Correlated with Accent on Achievement , Book 2, page 23.
rks of Brahms. Correlated with Accent on Achievement, Book 2, page 28.
s. John O’Reilly has crafted a remarkable piece that captures the drama of this event. Correlated with Accent on Achievement , Book 2, page 23.
 ontest use, and a delightful addition to any concert program!
usting wind…and the calm, somewhat eerie feeling after a storm.
memories of heroes no longer in our midst. The return to the initial theme welcomes not only the hero returning today, but symbolizes the hop
 e most performed pieces by symphony orchestras. Selections from these two pieces are wonderfully transcribed for young band in Mussorg
opportunities for several players, this lovely composition allows for a moment of reflection and lyrical expression on any concert program.
qaluit, Canada.


nt sky, in which I heard different kinds of music, marvelously embodying all the meaning I had heard before .
oup’s 2006 tour of the United States.


uphoria to name a few. In short, we are confronted with our own mortality.
 mous journey down the Mississippi River.
reate this new march honoring Air Mobility Command. This spirited concert march is dedicated to The U.S. Air Force Band of Mid-America, M

 it hard to stay in your seat!


 e colorful tales and the delightful musical imagery of the Three Georgian Vignettes.

s through several non-traditional key areas (B, D, C major) before returning to the tonic key (E-flat major) for a varied restatement of the A se
dventure is paramount as swashbuckling themes are developed in the opening and closing sections of this work and beautifully contrasted w
ded, with the orchestration designed to depict the style of the brushstrokes in each painting. This is a very unusual piece with highly diverse c

  brings the piece to a powerful conclusion.
 and excitement all pilots experience when flying a mission.
ajak serving as narrator. The composer subsequently arranged the work for wind ensemble at the request of Col. Michael Colburn, director o
owerful restatement of the opening theme with woodwind countermelodies complementing the strong brass and percussion. This exciting march would be
he young band repertoire.

 the sensitive introduction to the stirring conclusion, this piece provides many expressive opportunities for the young musicians.

 their creativity in the solo section as well as in giving “high fives” to each other and to the audience. A really fun piece!




 ght from the Renaissance era.

 celebrate their victory. The piece contains plenty of percussion parts to keep your players busy, and uses a friendly key structure to facilitate




ok 1, page 19.




Achievement , Book 2, page 23.



 urning today, but symbolizes the hopes for the safe return of all our heroes who so bravely serve this nation.
 nscribed for young band in Mussorgsky! The arrangement begins with the mystical opening from Night on Bald Mountain which transitions t
 ression on any concert program.
.S. Air Force Band of Mid-America, Major Donald E. Schofield, Jr. – Commander & Conductor.




) for a varied restatement of the A section. The coda provides a quiet and peaceful conclusion.
his work and beautifully contrasted with the haunting lyrical section reminiscent of “Oh Shenandoah.”
ry unusual piece with highly diverse content!



st of Col. Michael Colburn, director of the “President’s Own” Marine Band in Washington, DC.
ercussion. This exciting march would be an excellent way to begin a concert!



g musicians.




s a friendly key structure to facilitate student progress on accents and playing complete phrases.




on Bald Mountain which transitions to the hauntingly beautiful conclusion of that same work. To conclude is the “Great Gate of Kiev” from P
de is the “Great Gate of Kiev” from Pictures at an Exhibition which is one of music literature’s most inspiring moments.
ring moments.
Information on this spreadsheet is the most accurate available as of 4/9/08. Information is subject to change without notice.


                2008-2009 Belwin Concert Band New Releases
        Item # Title                                                            Composer

     00-29546   A Celtic Christmas
     00-29547   Garage Band (Featuring various Hand Tools)                        Michael Story
     00-29548                                                                     Jack Bullock
                Belwin Very Beginning Band Kit #4 (I. Russian Folk Dance, II. Popcorn, III. Lullaby, IV. March of the Midgets)
     00-29549   Dervish                                                           Ralph Ford
     00-29550                                                                     Victor Antonín            a
                A Classic Touch (Featuring "Largo" from Symphony No. 9 in E Minor by Lopez Dvořák 
nd "Largo" from Xerses by G.F. Ha
     00-29551   The Rockin' Drummer Boy (Based on “The Little Drummer Boy”) Robert W. Smith & Michael Story
     00-29552   Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!                            Robert W. Smith & Michael Story
     00-29553   Gymnopedie No 1.
     00-29554   The Legacy of Heroes (In Memory of Our Fallen Soldiers)           Michael Story
     00-29555   Primitivo                                                         Michael Story
     00-29556   Belwin Beginning Band Kit #4 (I. “Largo” from New World Symphony , II. The Marine’s Hymn, III. Down Deep, IV. Slam Dun
                                                                                  Jack Bullock
     00-29557   Spy Games                                                         Ralph Ford
     00-29558   Lux Prima (Come, My Soul, Thou Must Be Awakening)                 Ralph Ford
     00-29560   Paso Flamenco                                                     Victor Lopez
     00-29561   Flourish for Winds and Percussion                                 Douglas E. Wagner
     00-29564                                                                     Elena “O Come Rejoicing” and “O Come, All Ye Faithful”)
                The Three O'S of Christmas (Featuring “O Come, O Come, Emmanuel,”Lucas
     00-29565   Auld Tannenbaum                                                   Ralph Ford
     00-29566                                                                     Michael Story
                Three Christmas Bells (I. Ukranian Bell Carol, II. Ding Dong! Merrily on High, III. Jingle Bells)
     00-29568   Lyra
     00-29569   Long Road Out of Eden
     00-29570   Wooly Bully
     00-29571   Blazing Saddles
     00-29572   Sleigh Ride
     00-29573   Get Off My Cloud
     00-29576   Eskimo Dance                                                      Robert W. Smith & Michael Story
     00-29577   Legacy (An Overture for Band)                                     Robert W. Smith & Michael Story
     00-29578   Delta Force                                                       Paul Cook
     00-29579   Irish Air and Dance
     00-29580   The Pit and the Pendulum                                          Michael Story
     00-29581   The Temple of Ka Uka                                              Ralph Ford
     00-29582   Anchors Aweigh                                                    Jerry Brubaker
     00-29584   Prelude No. 20                                                    Frederic Chopin
     00-29585   Three Folk Tunes
     00-29586   The Young Royals                                                  Scott Director
     00-29587   Return of the Monarchs                                            Victor Lopez
     00-29588                                                                      the Bullock
                Three Concert Openers (Featuring "Ceremonial Opening," "From JackTop" and "First Take")
     00-29589   Holiday Carol Collage
     00-29590   Hooked on Holidays
     00-29591   Selections from Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (Featuring “Another Story,” “The Ministry of Magic,” “Fireworks,”
     00-29592   I Knew I Loved You
     00-29593   Winter Wonderland
     00-29594   Swahili Folk Hymn (Bwana Awabariki)                               Kevin Mixon
     00-29595   The New Girl in Town
     00-29596   My Funny Valentine
     00-29597   The Heart of It All (Featuring “One Heart,” “Some Hearts” and “Put a Little Love In Your Heart”)
     00-29598   The Wild Westerns! (Featuring "The Magnificent Seven," "How the West Was Won (Main Title)" and "Silverado (Main Them
     00-29599   Halo 3
       00-29600   Seussical: The Musical (Featuring “Biggest Blame Fool,” “It’s Possible (In McElligot’s Pool)” and “Oh, The Thinks You Can T
       00-29601   A Swingin’ Holiday (Featuring "We Three Kings," "Silent Night" and "Jolly Old St. Nicholas")
       00-29602   Joy to the World (With Optional Audience Participation)
       00-29603   Dillon's Flight                                                  Ralph Ford
       00-29604   Glaciers                                                         Scott Director
       00-29605                                                                    Robert W.
                  Declaration and Flourish (Movement III from the Vaughan Williams Suite) Smith
       00-29606   Journey to Aldebaran                                             Vince Gassi
       00-29607   Fanfare to Joy (Based on Ludwig von Beethoven's "Ode to Joy") Michael Story
       00-29608   We Wish You A Merry Christmas! (Variations and Concert Finale)
       00-29609                                                                    Nicholas Baratta
                  Echoes of Egypt (Featuring "The Nile," "Building the Pyramids," "Sandstorm" and "The Pharaohs")
       00-29610   A Quiet Music
       00-29611   Joyeux Noél!
       00-29612   Communion                                                        Carl Strommen
       00-29613   Twas The Night Before Christmas (For Narrator and Concert Band)
       00-29614   Roses De Noel (Holiday Waltz for Concert Band)
       00-29615   Gershwin Prelude Suite (Featuring Prelude #1, Prelude #2 (Blue Lullaby) and Prelude #3 (Spanish Prelude))
       00-29616   Suite from Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (Featuring “Dumbledore’s Army,” “Another Story,” “The Room of Requ
       00-29617   Rain (Featuring "Raindrops Keep Fallin' On My Head," "Come Rain or Come Shine" and "Singin' In the Rain")
       00-29619   Video Games Live - Part 2 (Featuring "One Winged Angel" (from Final Fantasy VII), "Myst II Main Theme" (from Exile) and
       00-29620   Variations on We're Off To See The Wizard
       00-29621   Variations on Over The Rainbow
       00-29622   Salute to Broadway (Featuring "Give My Regards to Broadway," "Ain't Misbehavin’," "My Funny Valentine," "I've Grown Acc
       00-29623   Cirque Du Soleil
       00-29625   Star Wars - The Marches (Featuring “Star Wars (Main Theme),” “Parade of the Ewoks,” “The Imperial March,” “Augie’s Gre
       00-29626   The Golden Compass
       00-29628   Fantasia on British Sea Songs                                    by Sir Henry J. Wood
       00-29629   Three Fanfares For A Celebration                                 Robert W. Smith
       00-29630   Stawamus Chief (Mvt. III from the Sea to Sky Suite )             Ralph Ford
       00-29631   Beyond Whistler (Mvt. IV from the Sea to Sky Suite )             Ralph Ford
       00-29632   Silverado                                                        Randol Bass
       00-29633   Tribute to Kurt Weill (Featuring "Bilbao Song," "September Song," "The Saga of Jenny" and "Mack the Knife")
       00-29634   I Got Pleanty O' Nuttin' (From Porgy and Bess)
       00-29636   Ben Hur
       00-29637   Day Dreams                                                       Dana Wilson
       00-29638   Three Spanish Songs                                              Matthew Tommasini
       00-29639   Aria Della Bataglia
       00-83181   The Irish Washerwoman                                            Leroy Anderson
       00-84521   The Waltzing Cat                                                 Leroy Anderson
    00-BD00903    Crestar Overture                                                 Paul Cook
    00-BD00988    Kilimanjaro: An African Portrait                                 Robert Washburn
      00-BD9558   Challenge the Future                                             Michael Story
      00-BD9678   Through the Vulcan'S Eye                                         Robert W. Smith
      00-BD9774   March of the Magical Toys                                        Robert W. Smith
      00-BD9830   The Spirit of Orpheus                                            Robert W. Smith
      00-BD9837   The Rings of Saturn                                              Michael Story
   00-BDM02009    Thine Alabaster Cities Gleam                                     Jerry Brubaker
  00-CO272B1X     Leroy Anderson: A Legacy in Sound
      00-SC8402   Variants                                                         Jack Bullock
00-SCHBD09449     Psalm 46                                                         Zdechlik
ject to change without notice.




                                                                 Set     Score
             Arranger                 Grade   Time     Series   Price    Price

             arr. Douglas E. Wagner    0.5    (2:12)    BVB     $40.00    $8.00
                                       0.5    (1:29)    BVB     $40.00    $8.00
                                       0.5    (5:37)    BVB     $55.00    $9.00
                                       0.5    (1:34)    BVB     $40.00    $8.00
                                       0.5    (3:45)    BVB     $40.00    $8.00
                                       0.5    (1:53)    BE1     $45.00    $8.00
                                       0.5    (1:34)    BE1     $50.00    $9.00
             arr. Jack Bullock          1     (2:39)    BBB     $45.00    $8.00
                                        1     (2:14)    BBB     $45.00    $8.00
                                        1     (2:31)    BBB     $45.00    $8.00
                                        1     (6:02)    BBB     $55.00    $9.00
                                        1     (1:58)    BBB     $45.00    $8.00
                                        1     (2:19)    BBB     $45.00    $8.00
                                        1     (1:52)    BBB     $45.00    $8.00
                                        1     (1:53)    BBB     $45.00    $8.00
                                        1     (2:38)    BBB     $45.00    $8.00
                                        1     (1:56)    BBB     $45.00    $8.00
                                        1     (3:11)    BBB     $50.00    $9.00
             arr. Douglas E. Wagner     1     (3:20)    PBB     $45.00    $8.00
             arr. Victor Lopez          1     (2:54)    PBB     $50.00    $9.00
             arr. Michael Story         1     (2:02)    PBB     $50.00    $9.00
             arr. Michael Story         1     (1:49)    PBB     $50.00    $9.00
             arr. Michael Story         1     (2:29)    PBB     $50.00    $9.00
             arr. Michael Story         1     (2:17)    PBB     $50.00    $9.00
                                        2     (2:03)    BE2     $50.00    $9.00
                                        2     (2:07)    BE2     $50.00    $9.00
                                        2     (1:45)    BYB     $50.00    $9.00
             arr. Michael Story         2     (2:03)    BYB     $50.00    $9.00
                                        2     (3:01)    BYB     $50.00    $9.00
                                        2     (3:46)    BYB     $55.00    $9.00
                                        2     (2:09)    BYB     $50.00    $9.00
             arr. Jerry Brubaker        2     (3:16)    BYB     $50.00    $9.00
             arr. Douglas E. Wagner     2     (2:53)    BYB     $50.00    $9.00
                                        2     (3:19)    BYB     $55.00    $9.00
                                        2     (4:24)    BYB     $50.00    $9.00
                                        3     (2:23)    BCB     $60.00   $10.00
             arr. Michael Story         2     (3:57)    BYB     $55.00    $9.00
             arr. Victor Lopez          2     (3:05)    BYB     $50.00    $9.00
             arr. Dougas E. Wagner      2     (2:56)    PYB     $65.00   $10.00
             arr. Roy Phillippe         2     (3:27)    PYB     $50.00    $9.00
             arr. Michael Story         2     (1:55)    PYB     $50.00    $9.00
                                        2     (2:49)    BYB     $55.00    $9.00
             arr. Victor Lopez          2     (1:49)    PYB     $50.00    $9.00
             arr. Jerry Brubaker        2     (2:48)    PYB     $50.00    $9.00
             arr. Douglas E. Wagner     2     (2:53)    PYB     $55.00    $9.00
             arr. Michael Story         2     (4:06)    PYB     $60.00   $10.00
             Michael Story              2     (1:57)    PYB     $55.00    $9.00
arr. Michael Story        2    (4:28)   PYB    $65.00   $10.00
arr. Ralph Ford           2    (2:22)   BYB    $50.00    $9.00
arr. James D Ployhar      3    (2:54)   BCB    $60.00   $10.00
                          3    (5:07)   BCB    $70.00   $10.00
                          3    (5:18)   BCB    $65.00   $10.00
                          3    (2:46)   BCB    $60.00   $10.00
                          3    (4:25)   BCB    $65.00   $10.00
                          3    (2:43)   BCB    $60.00   $10.00
arr. Jerry Brubaker       3    (4:42)   BCB    $70.00   $10.00
                          3    (6:23)   BCB    $70.00   $10.00
arr.Douglas E. Wagner     3    (4:11)   BCB    $60.00   $10.00
arr. Douglas E. Wagner    3    (3:26)   BCB    $65.00   $10.00
                          3    (5:40)   BCB    $65.00   $10.00
arr. Jack Bullock        2.5   (7:03)   BCB    $65.00   $10.00
arr. Jerry Brubaker       3    (4:33)   BCB    $65.00   $10.00
arr. Elena R. Lucas       3    (5:21)   PCB    $65.00   $10.00
arr. Jack Bullock         3    (5:31)   PCB    $80.00   $12.00
arr. Jack Bullock         3    (4:47)   PCB    $65.00   $10.00
arr. Ralph Ford           3    (7:31)   PCB    $85.00   $12.00
arr. Roy Phillippe        3    (3:14)   PCB    $65.00   $10.00
arr. Roy Phillippe        3    (5:48)   PCB    $65.00   $10.00
arr. Carl Strommen        3    (8:46)   PCB    $75.00   $10.00
arr. Victor Lopez         3    (8:28)   PCB    $75.00   $10.00
arr. Jerry Brubaker       3    (6:41)   PCB    $70.00   $10.00
arr. John Ross            3    (6:34)   PCB    $70.00   $10.00
arr. Douglas E. Wagner    4    (7:58)   PSP    $85.00   $12.00
                          3    (4:36)   BSB    $75.00   $10.00
                          5    (6:43)   BSB    $70.00   $10.00
                          5    (7:10)   BSB    $75.00   $10.00
                          4    (6:23)   PSP    $75.00   $10.00
arr. Jerry Brubaker       4    (8:13)   PSP    $80.00   $12.00
arr. Douglas E. Wagner   3.5   (2:46)   PSP    $70.00   $10.00
arr. Steve Melillo        4    (4:53)   PSP    $70.00   $10.00
                          5             DHL   $200.00   $50.00
                          5             DHL   $150.00   $50.00
ed. Mark Scatterday       5             DHL   $150.00   $50.00
                          5    (3:02)    LA    $75.00   $10.00
arr. Philip J. Lang       3    (2:57)    LA    $65.00   $10.00
                          1    (4:16)   BYB    $50.00    $9.00
                          5    (7:30)   BCL    $85.00   $12.00
                          2    (3:26)   BYB    $50.00    $9.00
                          4    (7:09)   BSB    $85.00   $12.00
                          1    (2:31)   BBB    $45.00    $8.00
                          4    (7:32)   BCB    $75.00   $10.00
                          1    (2:21)   BBB    $45.00    $8.00
                          4    (5:03)   BSB    $70.00   $10.00
arr. Robert W. Smith      3    (4:00)   PCB    $70.00   $10.00
                          3    (4:11)   BCB    $65.00   $10.00
                          3    (9:18)   BCL    $75.00   $10.00
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The roots of this theme go as far back as the early 19th century, but its most familiar use is in the film score for Empire of the Sun . This lulla
Break out the tools for Garage Band . Literally! With featured parts for hammer, ratchet and electric drill, this simple to assemble and a supe
Four grade-one-half pieces in one product! Titles include Beethoven’s “Russian Folk Dance,” “Popcorn,” “Lullaby” featuring your clarinets, a
It twirls - it whirls - it’s just right for your very first concert! Dervish , dedicated to the composer’s young daughters, is all the energy and lively
Two famous largo movements join for A Classic Touch . The largo from Dvořák’s Symphony No. 9 in E Minor and the largo from Handel’s X
First the groove is established, then the clarinets introduce this familiar melody, followed by the rest of the ensemble joining in, with the perc
Written 60 years ago, this delightful holiday melody has been performed by all the greats including Doris Day, Ella Fitzgerald, Frank Sinatra
The “Gymnopedies,” originally written for piano, are French composer Erik Satie’s most famous works. In traditional Satie style, Gymnopedi
The regal “Taps” interspersed with all the flowing elegance of “America the Beautiful” results in a stunning gallant work for your beginners. M
Launching with tribal percussion introductory material, Primitivo quickly builds to incorporate a lively melody. The theme develops througho
Great for the music budget, here’s Jack Bullock’s Belwin Beginning Band Kit #4 . With the unprecedented success of the first three sets, thi
Experience the action and adventures of an international agent in Spy Games ! This “thriller” will have your students and audience members
Franz Joseph Haydn’s lovely musical setting of “Come, My Soul, Thou Must Be Awakening” has been scored for beginners in 3/4 time. The
A vigorous combination of the Paso Doble and the Flamenco, Paso Flamenco has an intense modal quality that’s a snap to rehearse. The
This regal theme is presented three times but is interrupted by two contrasting statements. Scored in rondo form, Flourish for Winds and Pe
A through-played medley, The Three O’s of Christmas contains “O Come, O Come Emmanuel,” “O Come Rejoicing” and “O Come, All Ye F
The entire holiday season is covered in Auld Tannenbaum . Skillfully intertwining “Auld Lang Syne” and “O Tannenbaum” (or “Oh Christmas
Here’s a mini-suite of holiday favorites all with a bell-like quotient. Michael Story’s Three Christmas Bells , in three movements, includes: “U
Kate Bush composed this pleasant ballad for The Golden Compass film score. The first in the trilogy, this theme is fluid and richly harmoniz
The Eagles are back! This is the title track from their most recent record-selling compact disk and it fits in the beginning band repertoire just
As performed by Sam the Sham and the Pharaohs, this Domingo Samudio tune will be all the rage. The Michael Story rendition has all the e
Giddyup! Michael Story has scored Mel Brooks and John Morris’ energy-charged Blazing Saddles at the beginning level. You’ll hear the sou
The most-revered Leroy Anderson tune of all time is finally scored for the beginning level. All the tricky rhythms and articulations have been
Rock and roll for your beginners—you bet! This Mick Jagger and Keith Richards pop hit will have the whole audience rocking. The melody is
The most prominent native Eskimo folk tunes are dance songs generally based on the pentatonic scale. The songs are traditionally sung by
Beginning with a short powerful fanfare-like opening statement, the melody is first introduced in the trumpet section followed by the entire en
In a feverish march-style, Delta Force opens with a South American flavor. The work builds upon a flowing melody initially established by th
Combining contrasting Irish tunes, “The Minstril Boy” and “The Girl I Left Behind Me,” this young band work will be warmly received on any p
Inspired by Edgar Allen Poe’s short story horror classic, The Pit and the Pendulum . The musical suggestion tracks the story-line, which is s
Reminiscent of the varied landscape in the central portions of O’hau, this vibrant work musically depicts the rich heritage and tradition of this
A young band arrangement of Anchors Aweigh scored by the former chief arranger for the United States Navy Band will certainly join the fo
Frederic Chopin’s Prelude No. 20 is familiar since it was used as introductory material for Barry Manilow’s “Could It Be Magic.” The rich cho
Three cherished folk songs collected by Gustav Holst join to create this gratifying work. Opening with a march-style tune, “Glorishears,” and
Imagine a very young king inheriting the throne and preparing to celebrate his coronation. This playful but elegantly vibrant work details the
Musically tracking the fascinating migration paths of these beautiful insects, Return of the Monarchs vividly displays their birth and long jour
Give your concert program an exciting beginning with dramatic effects by performing one of these audience-captivating openers. It’s a touch
This lively arrangement has virtually every recognizable holiday carol embedded—13 in all. It should complete your every holiday programm
Listen for the surprise after the initial brief introductory statement of “O Tannenbaum.” The groove is set and the melody flows freely through
The adventures at Hogwarts continue with the fifth movie in the Harry Potter series with the most dynamic tunes from Nicholas Hooper’s bril
Ennio Morricone’s lovely melody was performed by Celine Dion at the Academy Awards. The musical tune and the elegant and soothing arr
It’s on the radio every holiday season; now it’s in your young band rehearsal! Winter Wonderland is skillfully scored in a moderate swing sty
This spirited number from East Africa will keep all members of your group busy. Percussionists play authentic rhythms that groove and there
Let your band become part of the action of the recent film release of the Broadway hit Hairspray ! This fun arrangement of The New Girl in T
The cherished melody composed in 1937 by Richard Rodgers has found its way to young band performance literature. Jerry Brubaker’s spa
Three emotional melodies combine in Douglas Wagner’s medley called The Heart of It All . Including “One Heart,” “Some Hearts” and “Put a
Three gallant tunes are intertwined to create The Wild Westerns , including “The Magnificent Seven,” “How the West Was Won” and “Silvera
The video game music phenomenon continues to grow. This Michael Story arrangement of Halo 3 is vibrant with dramatic effects and energ
The popular Broadway play is based on books by the legendary author Dr. Seuss. Michael Story’s medley includes: “Biggest Blame Fool,” “
Three holiday favorites are staged in an enjoyable easy-swing style. Including “We Three Kings,” “Silent Night” and “Jolly Old St. Nicholas,”
Opening with a traditional statement, the classic theme is explored with rich full textures offering every section an opportunity at the melody.
Dillon’s Flight was inspired by the legend of the Phoenix, a bird of fire that does not lay eggs, has no younglings, was here at the beginning
Five musical vignettes demonstrating this wonder of nature are joined to create this refreshing new work. Opening with sounds that conjure
The final installment of Robert W. Smith’s Vaughan Williams Suite was inspired by both “Flourish for Wind Band” and “English Folk Song S
Journey to Aldebaran is a bright new overture of intergalactic proportions. Aldebaran is the brightest star in the constellation Taurus and on
A contemporary setting of Beethoven’s revered melody is scored in a fanfare-style that will certainly draw acclaim. Following the introductor
Jerry Brubaker’s new concert band arrangement of the very popular We Wish You a Merry Christmas explores a wide variety of musical sty
Travel musically to a land far away. Echoes of Egypt joins five components of this mystical land. “The Nile” is depicted with African percuss
This flowing work commences with dignity and charm. The teaching possibilities, such as legato, control and dynamic shadings, are limitles
Three French carols are seamlessly intertwined in this charming holiday medley. Includes “Un flambeau, Jeanette Isabell!” “Il est né, le divin
Building on the ‘coming together’ of friends and musicians in band, Communion presents a variety of musical emotions. The thematic mate
Performable by middle-school or high-school, this easy-to-assemble work will be a wonderful addition to every holiday program. You’ll need
Subtitled a “Holiday Waltz for Concert Band,” this Emile Waldteufel theme is developed through a variety of waltz-styles featuring a variety o
This through-composed setting brings to life George Gershwin’s beloved “Three Piano Preludes” in a contemporary setting for concert band
Relive the magic, mystery and wonder with Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix . Themes include “Dumbledore’s Army,” “Another Sto
It is difficult to hear the wonderful motion picture song, “Singin’ in the Rain,” without conceptualizing Gene Kelly and his umbrella, or “Raindr
Video game music continues to explode into a global concert tour attended by hundreds of thousands of gamers. The intricacies and nuanc
This bold melody is introduced in a traditional up-beat march, then developed through several distinct styles, closing in a big-band swing. G
Initially this lush melody is presented with a soaring trumpet solo and warm full-band accompaniment. Then the variations include a cha-cha
The most memorable standards are joined in Salute to Broadway . Favorites included are “Give My Regards to Broadway,” “Ain’t Misbehavin
The unique style of the music from Cirque Du Soleil has been captured in this medley, which includes: “Alegria,” “Alone,” “O” and “Kunya So
John Williams created so many stunning marches to accompany the Star Wars motion pictures that they had to be combined in one power
The medley from Andre Desplat’s film score for The Golden Compass , the first in a blockbuster trilogy, contains: “Roger & Lyra on the Roof
Sir Henry J. Wood (1869–1944) wrote his Fantasia on British Sea Songs in 1905 to commemorate the 100th year anniversary of Admiral Lo
A bargain of fanfares that can open your symphonic band program for three separate concerts! Included fanfares are titled “Celebrations Fa
The third installment of Ralph Ford’s four-movement Sea to Sky Suite , the melodic and harmonic material for “Stawamus Chief” was crafted
The closing movement from the Sea to Sky Suite is “Beyond Whistler.” After whisking down this highest and most treacherous of slopes, th
This is the definitive arrangement of Silverado ! Scored with composer Bruce Broughton’s blessing, this Randol Bass arrangement will undo
Charming melodies skillfully crafted into one medley of tribute. The themes included are “Bilbao Song,” “September Song,” “The Saga of Je
This cherished Gershwin melody from Porgy and Bess is a certain audience and band pleaser. The accompaniment is playable by less-exp
Steven Melillo has scored the themes from this classic motion picture for the contemporary band. Your imagination will run wild with images
This work was commissioned in honor of the 75th birthday of the wonderful conductor Frank Battisti. It is based entirely on the musical pitch
This cycle is a setting of three contrasting poems by Latin-American poets Leopoldo Lugones, Rubén Darío and José Martí. "Olas Grises" u
The current edition of Gabrieli’s Aria Della Battaglia was transcribed for the modern orchestra wind section from the Canto Dialoghi Musical
The Irish Washerwoman, dedicated to Arthur Fiedler, who premiered the work, is the first movement of Leroy Anderson’s six-movement Iris
In typical Leroy Anderson style, listen for the feline saunter and strut in The Waltzing Cat . Transcribed by Philip J. Lang, this new edition co
This tasteful and dignified overture charms with a delightful palate of tonal colors and dynamic shadings. The introductory melodic line is pu
This is a sound portrait of a continent, its people and their heritage. In three movements, “The Plain: The Serengeti,” “The People: Masai Da
Inspired by the tragic explosion of the space shuttle Challenger when seven of our astronauts perished, Challenge the Future is dedicated t
High atop a red mountain overlooking the magnificent city of Birmingham, Alabama, stands an iron sentinel—a monument of Vulcan that ke
“‘Twas the night before Christmas and all through the house, not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse. Santa had dropped through the
Commissioned by the Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Foundation, this brilliant new composition by Robert W. Smith follows in a long line of high-ene
For years, mankind has been fascinated by the rings that surround the second largest planet in our solar system. In this well-crafted origina
This stirring original composition was written immediately after our national tragedy in September of 2001 by the former chief arranger for th
 “Timeless” is the word to describe the melodies of Leroy Anderson! Robert W. Smith takes “Syncopated Clock,” “Blue Tango” and “Bugler’s
This superb concert literature is certain to build enthusiasm among your students. Structured in A-B-A form and derived from the main them
Psalm 46 is based upon the chorale melody from “A Mighty Fortress Is Our God,” the best known Martin Luther hymn which was composed
 Empire of the Sun . This lullaby carol will set a festive mood for your very first holiday program!
mple to assemble and a super choice to show your band with a little bit of a twist.
 y” featuring your clarinets, and “March of the Midgets.” Use them all at once for a complete concert or perform them throughout the year. Wonderful teachi
 s, is all the energy and lively spirit captured in this original work. If you can’t tame the energy of your upbeat band, you can easily channel it into this dynam
nd the largo from Handel’s Xerxes both work very nicely for your very beginning ensemble. They can be performed together or used separately as outstan
 mble joining in, with the percussion and low brass rocking in the background. A wonderful holiday choice for your first year ensemble to play after only a fe
  lla Fitzgerald, Frank Sinatra and a sleigh full of others. Now your first year band students can join those great performers and boost your holiday sprits with
onal Satie style, Gymnopedie No. 1 is characterized with a joyously simple melody in 3/4 time with a rich harmonic structure that is not technically demand
nt work for your beginners. Michael Story’s The Legacy of Heroes (In Memory of Our Fallen Soldiers) is an awe-inspiring work suitable for every program.
  e theme develops throughout the ensemble in a primal fugue-like fashion with an energetic conclusion.
ess of the first three sets, this kit has four grade-one works and serves as a complete concert for your beginners. Includes the “Largo” theme from Dvořák’s
 ents and audience members alike on the edge of their seats. A high-energy choice but solidly scored and very playable at the beginning level.
 r beginners in 3/4 time. The flowing melody is tuneful and will add to the musicality of your ensemble. First stated by the upper woodwinds, the full band bu
 t’s a snap to rehearse. The distinct percussive sounds are joined with the charismatic melody. Great opportunities for exploring rhythmic accuracy in a ver
m, Flourish for Winds and Percussion is packed with a variety of tonal colors and is certain to be a welcomed piece on your beginner’s program. Bravo!
 cing” and “O Come, All Ye Faithful.” A cherished new addition to the beginning holiday repertoire.
  enbaum” (or “Oh Christmas Tree”), Ralph Ford has the whole holiday season covered in the soothing setting. This one should not be missed!
ee movements, includes: “Ukrainian Bell Carol,” “Ding Dong! Merrily on High” and of course “Jingle Bells.” Happy holidays to one and all!
e is fluid and richly harmonized. A lush addition to enhance the musicality of your beginning band!
eginning band repertoire just right. A deliberate rock beat is the basis on which this soulful tune is built. Solidly scored and in a comfortable range.
 l Story rendition has all the energy of the original but scored for beginners. A rousing choice!
ning level. You’ll hear the sounds, smell the smells and envision the sights of the old west. The theme from this comical film will be just the boost for your c
 and articulations have been distilled for this level but the charming melody is in tact to greet the holiday season with renewed energy!
  ence rocking. The melody is quite familiar but falls perfectly in the fingers for beginners. A real winner!
 ngs are traditionally sung by women all while the men beat drums. Eskimo Dance is based on the Alaskan Indian song “The Three Brothers.” Scored for y
 tion followed by the entire ensemble. The melody is developed thoughout, building to an exciting conclusion. A solid choice for your first year students!
ody initially established by the low brass and low woodwinds but transcends freely throughout the ensemble. A gallant programmatic work!
 be warmly received on any program. Opening with a beautiful lyric, legato presentation of the “Air,” the work progresses with the energetic “Dance,” explori
 cks the story-line, which is standard reading in schools. Significant contributions by your percussionists are clearly described in the notes to the conductor.
   heritage and tradition of this area. Complete with forceful tribal sounds, the words “Ka Uka” loosely translate to “the mountainside.” A lively choice!
Band will certainly join the forces! Originally composed by Lieut. Charles A. Zimmermann in 1906, it was later adopted as the official song of the U.S. Navy
 ld It Be Magic.” The rich chordal style in a minor key evokes a mildly somber mood and will be a satisfying program addition.
 tyle tune, “Glorishears,” and developing sea song, “He-Back, She-Back,” then finally the folk-carol, “Sons of Levi,” the work is classic Holst skillfully scored
 ntly vibrant work details the sounds of this festive occasion. Your band will love being part of this regal occasion!
  lays their birth and long journey. On occasion, the work is flamboyant and impulsive in nature to reflect their unpredictable migration path while also grace
  tivating openers. It’s a touch of professional programming that has been used by outstanding musical groups such as the United States military bands.
  our every holiday programming need. Solidly scored for young bands to permit your young band to demonstrate their holiday spirit!
   melody flows freely throughout the ensemble. This tune is so hot, your students will want to be playing it in the summer!
   from Nicholas Hooper’s brilliant film score. Masterfully arranged in this musical montage, they capture all of the drama and gamut of emotion portrayed in
 the elegant and soothing arrangement will have your audience awe-struck!
ored in a moderate swing style to top off your holiday program.
hythms that groove and there is an optional section where students can easily improvise, compose or play written solos. Cross-curricular opportunities abo
 gement of The New Girl in Town is a no-muss no-fuss certain hit at your next concert!
erature. Jerry Brubaker’s sparkling arrangement is characterized with rich harmonies supporting this most musical tune.
  t,” “Some Hearts” and “Put a Little Love in Your Heart,” this one is sure to keep your pulse up!
West Was Won” and “Silverado.” Solidly scored to bring a bit of the old west into your concert program. Giddiyup!
 h dramatic effects and energy-charged impacts. All your band ‘gamers’ will be thrilled with this dynamic new arrangement!
 des: “Biggest Blame Fool,” “It’s Possible (McElligot’s Pool)” and “Oh, The Thinks You Can Think.” A rock flavor is combined with the excitement and varied
 and “Jolly Old St. Nicholas,” the style will steal your show. A tremendous work to introduce the swing style to your young band.
  n opportunity at the melody. The grandiose concluding statement can be used as an audience sing-along closing your program with an abundance of holid
  , was here at the beginning of time, yet still lives today in a hidden desert land. Every five hundred years, the sun burns down on the Phoenix until a flash
 ng with sounds that conjure the image of formations, Glaciers builds to grandiose proportions. As the work develops, listeners are drawn to the destruction
 d” and “English Folk Song Suite.” As the title implies, the work is bold and compelling. Consider programming the entire Suite which includes “Wassail” (24
 constellation Taurus and one of the brightest starts in the night sky. The composition is reminiscent of science fiction movie themes but scored for the con
 m. Following the introductory statement, the arrangement builds with intensity and intricacy to a dramatic conclusion. Bold and magnificent, this setting will
 a wide variety of musical styles and tempi. It features an exciting build up to a powerful ending, making it the perfect closer to any Christmas concert. Optio
 epicted with African percussion setting the stage for the flow of that historic body of water. The magnificent construction of the pyramids is presented as we
 namic shadings, are limitless. As rewarding to play as it is to hear, A Quiet Music will present programming opportunities year after year. Enjoy the seamle
 tte Isabell!” “Il est né, le divin enfant,” “Quelle est cette odeur agréable?” and “Ding! Dong! Merrily on High.” The English translations are provided; howeve
 motions. The thematic material is initially introduced in a chorale-style which serves as the warm-up to the vitality and enthusiasm found in the band comm
  oliday program. You’ll need to add a narrator to read the traditional poem. The musical vignettes that ‘answer’ each spoken segment range from comical t
 tz-styles featuring a variety of sections of the band. Although the title implies a holiday theme, the work would be easily programmed at any time of the yea
 rary setting for concert band that can be effective within the context of any of your concert programs. This music will inspire students and audiences alike.
 edore’s Army,” “Another Story,” “The Room of Requirements” and “The Sirius Deception.” Another wonderful installment to the concert band literature from
 and his umbrella, or “Raindrops Keep Fallin’ on My Head” without thinking of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid . So taking these two songs and inserti
 s. The intricacies and nuances of the music is as enhanced as the games themselves have become. Ralph Ford’s second suite in three movements offers
  sing in a big-band swing. Great fun!
  variations include a cha-cha version and an oom-pah version. Consider programming all four Roy Phillippe variations to the Wizard of Oz , including “Ding
 Broadway,” “Ain’t Misbehavin’,” “My Funny Valentine,” “I’ve Grown Accustomed to Her Face” and “Thou Swell.” With a rich variety of styles and tunes, this
 ” “Alone,” “O” and “Kunya Sobé.” The wonder and awe of this magnificent show can be experienced through the music. An exciting choice!
o be combined in one powerful piece. The arrangement features: “Star Wars (Main Theme),” “Parade of the Ewoks,” “The Imperial March,” “Augie’s Great M
s: “Roger & Lyra on the Roof,” “Serafina and Scoresby” and “Sky Ferry.” Engaging film music sure to please!
ear anniversary of Admiral Lord Nelson’s defeat of the French and Spanish fleets at the Battle of Trafalgar. This wonderful concert band arrangement incor
  s are titled “Celebrations Fanfare,” “Festive Fanfare” and “Dedicatory Fanfare.” Start your concert with a bold musical statement!
Stawamus Chief” was crafted from the name Stawamus Chief itself. “Stawamus” inspired a beautiful and reflective theme that captures the grandeur and b
ost treacherous of slopes, the listener stops to view what lies beyond. This movement is finalized with a long, slow build to the climax, again using the moti
  Bass arrangement will undoubtedly be the highlight of your program. Featuring soaring woodwind lines intertwined seamlessly with bold brass melodic sta
mber Song,” “The Saga of Jenny” and of course “Mack the Knife.” Great pop music with a variety of styles. You just can’t go wrong with a dynamic compose
 ment is playable by less-experienced ensembles, and what a wonderful way to feature a male or female vocalist. Optional parts for solo trumpet or solo alt
  ion will run wild with images from the movie. A bold and dynamic addition to the Pop Symphonic literature.
  entirely on the musical pitches extracted from his name (FFrAAnk BABAttisti), forming the musical motive F A B A. In order to recognize the arc of his life a
d José Martí. "Olas Grises" uses evocative rain and sea imagery to meditate on the nature of life and death. Set as a lyrical, quasi-strophic song, these ima
m the Canto Dialoghi Musicali de Diversi Eccelentissimi Autori: Venice 1590. The work is subtitled “per sonare d’instrumenti da fiato” (“to be played by wind
 nderson’s six-movement Irish Suite. This exuberant movement will feature your nimble-fingered woodwinds with a traditional Irish flair. Just re-released, th
   J. Lang, this new edition comes complete with a new full score and new parts with accurate dynamics and articulations! Join the musical humor with your
  roductory melodic line is punctuated with energetic rhythmic interludes, followed by a glorious conclusion. This charming variety of styles will display your
 geti,” “The People: Masai Dance” and “The Mountain: Kilimanjaro,” Robert Washburn portrays the East African area dominated by the famous towering mo
  ge the Future is dedicated to the brave men and women who continue to fly the Shuttle and to the premise that even in tragedy, we must still “reach for th
 monument of Vulcan that keeps watch over the “City of Steel.” Through the Vulcan’s Eye is comprised of four melodies, each aurally describing a view fro
  ta had dropped through the chimney with care, hoping the children would be up the stairs. He placed all the toys round the tree with delight, and wiggled h
  ws in a long line of high-energy, vibrantly-descriptive and excitingly-scored works. Set as a tribute to musicians past and present, all of the Smith tradema
m. In this well-crafted original work, Michael Story musically captures the mystery and immense beauty of these magnificent celestial phenomena. Solid sco
   former chief arranger for the United States Navy Band. Subtitled “A Message of Hope for America,” it is an emotional work suitable for any program.
 ” “Blue Tango” and “Bugler’s Holiday” and fashions a most playable musical salute.
   derived from the main theme’s rhythmic motif, soaring melodies are punctuated musically with engaging rhythmic content to make this work stand out as a
   hymn which was composed sometime between 1527 and 1529. The hymn’s words paraphrase Psalm 46. Zdechlik’s setting is divided into four major sect
  y carol will set a festive mood for your very first holiday program!
 choice to show your band with a little bit of a twist.
d “March of the Midgets.” Use them all at once for a complete concert or perform them throughout the year. Wonderful teaching and program music.
spirit captured in this original work. If you can’t tame the energy of your upbeat band, you can easily channel it into this dynamic new work.
 rxes both work very nicely for your very beginning ensemble. They can be performed together or used separately as outstanding warm-up chorales. A mu
 ssion and low brass rocking in the background. A wonderful holiday choice for your first year ensemble to play after only a few months of instruction!
 nd a sleigh full of others. Now your first year band students can join those great performers and boost your holiday sprits with Let it Snow! Let it Snow! Let
  No. 1 is characterized with a joyously simple melody in 3/4 time with a rich harmonic structure that is not technically demanding. A new classic arrangeme
chael Story’s The Legacy of Heroes (In Memory of Our Fallen Soldiers) is an awe-inspiring work suitable for every program.
   the ensemble in a primal fugue-like fashion with an energetic conclusion.
kit has four grade-one works and serves as a complete concert for your beginners. Includes the “Largo” theme from Dvořák’s New World Symphony , “The
alike on the edge of their seats. A high-energy choice but solidly scored and very playable at the beginning level.
owing melody is tuneful and will add to the musicality of your ensemble. First stated by the upper woodwinds, the full band builds to an emotional conclusio
stinct percussive sounds are joined with the charismatic melody. Great opportunities for exploring rhythmic accuracy in a very musical work. A real attentio
cussion is packed with a variety of tonal colors and is certain to be a welcomed piece on your beginner’s program. Bravo!
 ithful.” A cherished new addition to the beginning holiday repertoire.
 ree”), Ralph Ford has the whole holiday season covered in the soothing setting. This one should not be missed!
 ainian Bell Carol,” “Ding Dong! Merrily on High” and of course “Jingle Bells.” Happy holidays to one and all!
d. A lush addition to enhance the musicality of your beginning band!
  ght. A deliberate rock beat is the basis on which this soulful tune is built. Solidly scored and in a comfortable range.
  ergy of the original but scored for beginners. A rousing choice!
  ds, smell the smells and envision the sights of the old west. The theme from this comical film will be just the boost for your concert!
 istilled for this level but the charming melody is in tact to greet the holiday season with renewed energy!
quite familiar but falls perfectly in the fingers for beginners. A real winner!
women all while the men beat drums. Eskimo Dance is based on the Alaskan Indian song “The Three Brothers.” Scored for your second year ensemble, th
 emble. The melody is developed thoughout, building to an exciting conclusion. A solid choice for your first year students!
  low brass and low woodwinds but transcends freely throughout the ensemble. A gallant programmatic work!
ogram. Opening with a beautiful lyric, legato presentation of the “Air,” the work progresses with the energetic “Dance,” exploring a variety of textures and co
 ndard reading in schools. Significant contributions by your percussionists are clearly described in the notes to the conductor. A real audience pleaser!
area. Complete with forceful tribal sounds, the words “Ka Uka” loosely translate to “the mountainside.” A lively choice!
  es! Originally composed by Lieut. Charles A. Zimmermann in 1906, it was later adopted as the official song of the U.S. Navy. This solidly-scored rendition
dal style in a minor key evokes a mildly somber mood and will be a satisfying program addition.
 eveloping sea song, “He-Back, She-Back,” then finally the folk-carol, “Sons of Levi,” the work is classic Holst skillfully scored for your young band.
ounds of this festive occasion. Your band will love being part of this regal occasion!
ey. On occasion, the work is flamboyant and impulsive in nature to reflect their unpredictable migration path while also graceful and beautiful, demonstratin
of professional programming that has been used by outstanding musical groups such as the United States military bands.
ng need. Solidly scored for young bands to permit your young band to demonstrate their holiday spirit!
 ut the ensemble. This tune is so hot, your students will want to be playing it in the summer!
ant film score. Masterfully arranged in this musical montage, they capture all of the drama and gamut of emotion portrayed in the action-packed film. Begin
ngement will have your audience awe-struck!
e to top off your holiday program.
  s an optional section where students can easily improvise, compose or play written solos. Cross-curricular opportunities abound and multiple National Sta
 wn is a no-muss no-fuss certain hit at your next concert!
kling arrangement is characterized with rich harmonies supporting this most musical tune.
Little Love in Your Heart,” this one is sure to keep your pulse up!
do.” Solidly scored to bring a bit of the old west into your concert program. Giddiyup!
  -charged impacts. All your band ‘gamers’ will be thrilled with this dynamic new arrangement!
 s Possible (McElligot’s Pool)” and “Oh, The Thinks You Can Think.” A rock flavor is combined with the excitement and varied sound textures found on the
  e style will steal your show. A tremendous work to introduce the swing style to your young band.
The grandiose concluding statement can be used as an audience sing-along closing your program with an abundance of holiday joy. A real treat!
 f time, yet still lives today in a hidden desert land. Every five hundred years, the sun burns down on the Phoenix until a flash of light appears and it become
  e image of formations, Glaciers builds to grandiose proportions. As the work develops, listeners are drawn to the destruction of the massive ice structure
 te.” As the title implies, the work is bold and compelling. Consider programming the entire Suite which includes “Wassail” (24758) and “Greensleeves: A F
 of the brightest starts in the night sky. The composition is reminiscent of science fiction movie themes but scored for the contemporary concert band. The
 statement, the arrangement builds with intensity and intricacy to a dramatic conclusion. Bold and magnificent, this setting will be a dynamic opening to any
  s and tempi. It features an exciting build up to a powerful ending, making it the perfect closer to any Christmas concert. Optional electric bass and addition
 n setting the stage for the flow of that historic body of water. The magnificent construction of the pyramids is presented as well as sounds from a sandstorm
  As rewarding to play as it is to hear, A Quiet Music will present programming opportunities year after year. Enjoy the seamless flow of the pensive melody
enfant,” “Quelle est cette odeur agréable?” and “Ding! Dong! Merrily on High.” The English translations are provided; however, this magnificent medley can
al is initially introduced in a chorale-style which serves as the warm-up to the vitality and enthusiasm found in the band community. The composition draws
o add a narrator to read the traditional poem. The musical vignettes that ‘answer’ each spoken segment range from comical to lush and musical. An ingeni
  sections of the band. Although the title implies a holiday theme, the work would be easily programmed at any time of the year. Elegant music!
hat can be effective within the context of any of your concert programs. This music will inspire students and audiences alike. Just Gershwin!
 ,” “The Room of Requirements” and “The Sirius Deception.” Another wonderful installment to the concert band literature from the blockbuster film score.
ps Keep Fallin’ on My Head” without thinking of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid . So taking these two songs and inserting the great “torch” song, “Co
s of the music is as enhanced as the games themselves have become. Ralph Ford’s second suite in three movements offers serious music in the popular

version and an oom-pah version. Consider programming all four Roy Phillippe variations to the Wizard of Oz , including “Ding Dong the Witch is Dead” (26
,” “My Funny Valentine,” “I’ve Grown Accustomed to Her Face” and “Thou Swell.” With a rich variety of styles and tunes, this one will sweep them off their f
 é.” The wonder and awe of this magnificent show can be experienced through the music. An exciting choice!
 l piece. The arrangement features: “Star Wars (Main Theme),” “Parade of the Ewoks,” “The Imperial March,” “Augie’s Great Municipal Band” and “The Thro
  “Serafina and Scoresby” and “Sky Ferry.” Engaging film music sure to please!
d Nelson’s defeat of the French and Spanish fleets at the Battle of Trafalgar. This wonderful concert band arrangement incorporates five of Wood’s selecte
fare,” “Festive Fanfare” and “Dedicatory Fanfare.” Start your concert with a bold musical statement!
 rom the name Stawamus Chief itself. “Stawamus” inspired a beautiful and reflective theme that captures the grandeur and beauty of the monolith. Combin
 listener stops to view what lies beyond. This movement is finalized with a long, slow build to the climax, again using the motif that is present throughout the
btedly be the highlight of your program. Featuring soaring woodwind lines intertwined seamlessly with bold brass melodic statements, this arrangement is
ny” and of course “Mack the Knife.” Great pop music with a variety of styles. You just can’t go wrong with a dynamic composer joined with the craftsmanshi
rienced ensembles, and what a wonderful way to feature a male or female vocalist. Optional parts for solo trumpet or solo alto saxophone are also include
  om the movie. A bold and dynamic addition to the Pop Symphonic literature.
s extracted from his name (FFrAAnk BABAttisti), forming the musical motive F A B A. In order to recognize the arc of his life and career, Day Dreams trac
es evocative rain and sea imagery to meditate on the nature of life and death. Set as a lyrical, quasi-strophic song, these images are portrayed through the
de Diversi Eccelentissimi Autori: Venice 1590. The work is subtitled “per sonare d’instrumenti da fiato” (“to be played by wind instruments”) and is one in a
  Suite. This exuberant movement will feature your nimble-fingered woodwinds with a traditional Irish flair. Just re-released, the work was scored for concert
 es complete with a new full score and new parts with accurate dynamics and articulations! Join the musical humor with your percussionists when you hear
ctuated with energetic rhythmic interludes, followed by a glorious conclusion. This charming variety of styles will display your ensemble’s best abilities.
ce” and “The Mountain: Kilimanjaro,” Robert Washburn portrays the East African area dominated by the famous towering mountain. A major new contribut
  the brave men and women who continue to fly the Shuttle and to the premise that even in tragedy, we must still “reach for the stars.” Bold and uplifting!
ps watch over the “City of Steel.” Through the Vulcan’s Eye is comprised of four melodies, each aurally describing a view from the top of the mountain and
himney with care, hoping the children would be up the stairs. He placed all the toys round the tree with delight, and wiggled his nose at the stroke of midnig
gy, vibrantly-descriptive and excitingly-scored works. Set as a tribute to musicians past and present, all of the Smith trademarks are present in this tune, gu
work, Michael Story musically captures the mystery and immense beauty of these magnificent celestial phenomena. Solid scoring allows no exposed sectio
 United States Navy Band. Subtitled “A Message of Hope for America,” it is an emotional work suitable for any program.
Holiday” and fashions a most playable musical salute.
 s rhythmic motif, soaring melodies are punctuated musically with engaging rhythmic content to make this work stand out as a crowd pleaser. Bold and imp
  ometime between 1527 and 1529. The hymn’s words paraphrase Psalm 46. Zdechlik’s setting is divided into four major sections with a wide variety of styl
g and program music.

ng warm-up chorales. A musical classical choice!
months of instruction!
Let it Snow! Let it Snow! Let it Snow!
g. A new classic arrangement at the beginning level!


New World Symphony , “The Marine’s Hymn,” “Down Deep” and “Slam Dunk.” Use them all on one concert or save them for performances throughout the y

ds to an emotional conclusion. Breathtaking!
musical work. A real attention-getter!




ur second year ensemble, this choice will meet multicultural objectives and also serve as gallant performance literature as well.


g a variety of textures and concludes with a bold tutti statement.
A real audience pleaser!

This solidly-scored rendition will make your band sound huge!

or your young band.

l and beautiful, demonstrating their flutter movement as they stop along their journey. A vibrant and elegant choice!




he action-packed film. Beginning with the familiar “Hedwig’s Theme,” heard in previous scores, the medley also incorporates musical moments reminiscent


nd and multiple National Standards can be met without compromising rehearsal time. To top it off, it’ll be a hit at your performance too!
ound textures found on the Broadway stage. A real winner!

 y joy. A real treat!
  light appears and it becomes consumed by the flames of fire. From the pile of silvery-gray ash rises up a young Phoenix. The young Phoenix then takes fl
of the massive ice structure as it crashes to the sea below and concludes with vivid musical imagery signaling the battle for the glacier’s survival and the b
58) and “Greensleeves: A Fantasia for Band” (26749).
mporary concert band. The wide variety of styles, from pensive melodic passages to driving dynamic bursts of energy, ensures that this bright new work w
  e a dynamic opening to any program!
  al electric bass and additional percussion put the Star on top of the tree!
  as sounds from a sandstorm. The epic work concludes paying homage to the Pharaohs.
 s flow of the pensive melody and harmony in the fabric of this cherished work!
  this magnificent medley can certainly bring an international flair to your holiday program!
nity. The composition draws to a climatic conclusion with the bold brass melody embellished with woodwind flourishes. A sure winner!
 lush and musical. An ingenious holiday treat for your audience and students that’s tongue-in-cheek!
  Elegant music!
ust Gershwin!
he blockbuster film score.
g the great “torch” song, “Come Rain or Come Shine,” between them gives the listener an unforgettable medley about three wonderful melodies and their r
 erious music in the popular venue for your concert band. The movements include music from “One Winged Angel,” “Myst I” and “Bounty Hunter.” Be sure t

Dong the Witch is Dead” (26767) and “If I Only Had A Brain” (26769). A most creative set of arrangements!
ne will sweep them off their feet!

unicipal Band” and “The Throne Room.” A bold medley of a wide variety of marches to ensure a standing ovation!

orates five of Wood’s selected themes: “The Saucy Arethusa,” “Tom Bowling,” “Jack’s the Lad,” “Farewell and Adieu” and “See, the Conquering Hero Com

auty of the monolith. Combine this bold, reverent third movement with “March: The Lion’s Gate” (26772), then “Shannon Falls” (26773) and closing with “Be
 hat is present throughout the entire suite. It is to be performed with a great sense of wonder and excitement, with a gradual build to the end. A grand concl
 ments, this arrangement is impressive to the max!
 joined with the craftsmanship of Jerry Brubaker. A real winner!
 saxophone are also included, so you can be creative with featuring a variety of soloists. Musical through-and-through!

 d career, Day Dreams traces a metaphorical day. The movement titles all come from Thoreau’s Walden —a place very close to where Frank spent a goo
 es are portrayed through the opening percussion raindrop motive and the moaning vocal line used throughout the movement . "Nocturno" is a frantic solilo
 struments”) and is one in a long line of such descriptive works dating from the sixteenth century with no instrumental designation whatsoever. The popular
work was scored for concert band by the composer himself and has been re-engraved with a full score and fresh parts, ensuring this work will be available
ercussionists when you hear a dog bark interrupt the cat’s waltzing swagger. Bring this classic Anderson gem to your band today!
nsemble’s best abilities.
ntain. A major new contribution to wind band literature. Appropriate for Kwanzaa.
 stars.” Bold and uplifting!
 the top of the mountain and inspired by the composer’s childhood experiences in Alabama’s largest metropolis. Broad brush strokes of sound blanket the
  nose at the stroke of midnight. The toys came alive and marched round and round, singing and dancing to holiday sounds.” So begins Robert W. Smith’s
s are present in this tune, guaranteeing your musicians will thoroughly enjoy rehearsals and audiences will rise to their feet applauding at the conclusion. A
 ng allows no exposed sections, adding security for your musicians and for their performances of this well-paced composition.


crowd pleaser. Bold and impressive!
ns with a wide variety of styles and meters that draw to a powerful heroic conclusion. The work, originally published in 1971, is dedicated to Mr. Leon Titus
them for performances throughout the year!




orporates musical moments reminiscent of the change of climate at the Ministry of Magic, the deceptive Professor Umbridge and the Patronus Charm, wit


ur performance too!
hoenix. The young Phoenix then takes flight and sings its glorious song to the sun for another five hundred years. Dedicated to the Dillon School in Phoen
battle for the glacier’s survival and the beginning of the cycle once again. A stunning addition to the concert band repertoire!

rgy, ensures that this bright new work will be a meaningful contribution to the concert band literature.




hes. A sure winner!




out three wonderful melodies and their relationship to the pleasant, and sometimes disastrous, condition called rain. Umbrella not included.
” “Myst I” and “Bounty Hunter.” Be sure to check out Video Games Live, Part I (26757) to have a whole Video Games Live concert of your own.




 u” and “See, the Conquering Hero Comes.” You’ll recognize the themes, if not the original names. A cherished new addition to the repertoire certain not to

 nnon Falls” (26773) and closing with “Beyond Whistler” (29631) to experience the complete set. An epic work!
a gradual build to the end. A grand conclusion to this dynamic suite. Also consider programming the first three movements: “March: The Lion’s Gate” (2677




e very close to where Frank spent a good part of his life. The work begins with a dramatic sunrise. The second movement represents morning (or youth), a
 movement . "Nocturno" is a frantic soliloquy set as an extended opera scene. The piano and percussion accompany the soprano in the opening recitative
 tal designation whatsoever. The popularity of this genre, however, did not fade with the close of the Renaissance. Rather, a rich development continued in
 arts, ensuring this work will be available for generations to come!
our band today!




road brush strokes of sound blanket the work, enhanced by brilliant solo passages and total involvement from the percussion. A grand work on a grand sc
y sounds.” So begins Robert W. Smith’s program notes. Need more be said? Here is that “Smith creativity” at its finest!
 heir feet applauding at the conclusion. A truly important new musical statement!




d in 1971, is dedicated to Mr. Leon Titus and the Concordia College Band, St. Paul, Minnesota.
Umbridge and the Patronus Charm, with tunes entitled: “Another Story,” “The Ministry of Magic,” “Fireworks,” “Professor Umbridge” and “Dumbledore’s Ar
Dedicated to the Dillon School in Phoenix, New York, this musical depiction is jam-packed with energy.




n. Umbrella not included.
mes Live concert of your own.




w addition to the repertoire certain not to be missed!


vements: “March: The Lion’s Gate” (26772), “Shannon Falls” (26773) and “Stawamus Chief” (29630).




vement represents morning (or youth), and juxtaposes two extremely contrasting and seemingly irreconcilable types of material, typical of that stage of life
ny the soprano in the opening recitative which is followed by a surreal aria accompanied by the rest of the ensemble . This is followed by a re-statement of
Rather, a rich development continued into the nineteenth century with Beethoven’s Wellington’s Victory, the so-called “Battle Symphony,” being a latter-da




percussion. A grand work on a grand scale!
fessor Umbridge” and “Dumbledore’s Army.” An exhilarating musical journey for all ages, it is especially scored for your young band.
es of material, typical of that stage of life. The third movement explores the afternoon (adulthood), a period of sophisticated balancing of life’s many forces.
 le . This is followed by a re-statement of both sections. "Sueño Despierto” is a short poem about the contrasting images of a waking dream. Based on a fra
 lled “Battle Symphony,” being a latter-day example.
your young band.
 isticated balancing of life’s many forces. The final movement is a sunset, with each individual player saying goodbye.
mages of a waking dream. Based on a fragment of the lullaby "Nanita Nana," heard in its entirety at the opening, the song is a set of three variations, follow
e song is a set of three variations, followed by a coda, which portray these various images. Three Spanish Songs was commissioned by Michael Haithcoc
was commissioned by Michael Haithcock and the University of Michigan Symphony Band. The recital/rehearsal version of this piece is item number 2963
ersion of this piece is item number 29638PV ($35).
Information on this spreadsheet is the most accurate available as of 4/1/08. Information is subject to change without notice.


                       2008-2009 Highland/Etling Orchestra New Releases
               Item # Title
            00-29710 Tulip Tree
            00-29711 Dixie

            00-29712   The Little Drummer Boy
            00-29713   The Enchanted Wizard
            00-29714   Jingle Rock ("Have yourself a Merry Little Christmas" and "Jingle Bell Rock")
            00-29715   The Gentle Giant (A Lyric Solo for Double Bass and Orchestra)
            00-29716   Themes from Handel's Messiah
            00-29717   A Christmas March
            00-29718   Sheep May Safely Graze
            00-29719   Miniature Symphony
            00-29720   Skyfire
            00-29721   Sinfonia in G
            00-29722   Momentum
            00-29723   Symphony No. 41 (Finale)
            00-29724   Sleigh Ride to New Haven
            00-29725   A Breeze in the Keys
            00-29726   Fantasy on Simple Gifts
            00-29727   Interplay
            00-29728   Eagle's Pride
            00-29729   Ghosts of Brandenburg
            00-29730   Homage March (from the incidental music to Sigurd Jorsalfar )
            00-29731   Beautiful Dreamers




            00-29732   Dona, Dona
            00-29733   Bagatelle (Op. 47, No. 5)
            00-29734   Adagio and Allegro from Sonata No. 4 in D Major, Op. 1, No. 13
            00-29735   Gloria In Excelsis Deo
            00-29736   Ding, Dong Merrily on High
            00-29737   His Spirit of Freedom (Favorite Hymns and Spirituals of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.)
            00-29738   Italian Symphony (First Movement)
            00-29739   Lassus Viola
            00-29740   An Armed Forces Tribute
            00-29741   A Christmas Concertette
            00-29742   Neil Gow's Lament
            00-29743   Remote Control
            00-29744   A Southwest Serenade
            00-29745   Egmont Overture
            00-29746   La Rejouissance from Royal Fireworks Music
            00-29747   Soliloquy (for Orchestra)
            00-29754   Ukrainian Bell Tower
            00-29755   Shamrock Polkas
            00-29756   Hotter Than Blues
            00-29757   Sunday Song
00-29758   Chopagroove (A Rhythm Fantasy for Strings)
00-29759   Slumber, my Darling
00-29760   New Orleans Blues (including "Joe Turner" and "Worried Man Blues")
00-29761   Sing, Sing, Sing
00-29762   Steel City Strut
00-29763   The Maids of Arrachar
 00-5695   Celebration!
rmation is subject to change without notice.


New Releases
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             Edmund J. Siennicki                  Edmund J. Siennicki        2     2:25    HSS     $42.00   $6.00
             Daniel Decatur Emmett                Edmund J. Siennicki        2     2:15    HSS     $42.00   $6.00
             Katherine Davis, Henry Onorati and
             Harry Simeone                        John O'Reilly             1.5    2:15   HSS      $42.00   $6.00
             John O'Reilly                                                  1.5    2:30   HSS      $42.00   $6.00
             Various                              Bob Phillips              2.5    3:00   HSE      $42.00   $6.00
             Bob Phillips                                                   2.5    2:20   HSE      $42.00   $6.00
             George Frideric Handel               Andrew H. Dabczynski        2    3:30   HSE      $42.00   $6.00
             George Frideric Handel               Richard Meyer             1.5    2:45   HSE      $42.00   $6.00
             Johann Sebastian Bach                Andrew H. Dabczynski      1.5    2:10   HSE      $42.00   $6.00
             Richard Meyer                                                  0.5    6:30   HSE      $42.00   $6.00
             Bob Phillips                                                     3    3:45   HSO      $47.00   $7.00
             Johann Stamitz                       Bob Phillips              2.5    3:00   HSO      $47.00   $7.00
             Richard Meyer                                                    3    5:30   HSO      $55.00   $7.00
             Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart              Todd Parrish                4    3:15   HSO      $60.00   $8.00
             Doug Spata                                                       3    3:00   HSO      $47.00   $7.00
             Doug Spata                                                     2.5    2:00   HSO      $45.00   $7.00
             Traditional                          Robert Kerr               3.5    4:30   HSO      $55.00   $7.00
             Brendan McBrien                                                  3    3:30   HSO      $47.00   $7.00
             Susan H. Day                                                   1.5    3:00   HSO      $45.00   $7.00
             Richard Meyer                                                    4    8:00   HSO      $60.00   $8.00
             Edvard Grieg                         Carrie Lane Gruselle        3    6:00   HSO      $47.00   $7.00
             Stephen Foster                       Carrie Lane Gruselle      2.5    3:00   HSO      $45.00   $7.00

             Sholom Sholem Secunda, Sheldon
             Secunda, Teddi Schwartz, Arthur
             Kevess and Aaron Zeitlin             Ruth Siegler              1.5    2:15   HSO      $45.00   $7.00
             Antonin Dvořák                       Robert Sieving            3.5    4:30   HSO      $47.00   $7.00
             George Frideric Handel               Robert Sieving              4    6:30   HSO      $55.00   $8.00
             Antonio Vivaldi                      Don Brubaker                2    2:15   HSO      $47.00   $7.00
             Traditional                          Vince Gassi               2.5    2:30   HSO      $47.00   $7.00
             Traditional                          Bud Caputo                2.5    4:12   HSO      $47.00   $7.00
             Felix Mendelssohn                    Rick England              3.5    3:45   HSO      $60.00   $8.00
             Henry Fillmore                       Rick England                3    2:45   HSO      $45.00   $7.00
             Various                              Andrew H. Dabczynski        3    4:00   HSO      $47.00   $7.00
             Various                              John Cacavas              2.5    3:00   HSO      $47.00   $7.00
             Neil Gow                             Deborah Baker Monday      2.5    4:30   HSO      $47.00   $7.00
             Richard Meyer                                                  2.5    3:00   HSO      $47.00   $7.00
             Richard Meyer                                                    3    5:50   HSO      $55.00   $7.00
             Ludwig van Beethoven                 Richard Meyer               2    5:00   HFP      $57.00   $7.00
             George Frideric Handel               Richard Meyer               2    1:30   HFP      $52.00   $7.00
             Brendan McBrien                                                3.5    4:40   HFO      $67.00   $8.00
             Mykola Dmytrovych Leontovych         Rick England              3.5    3:15   HSA      $47.00   $7.00
             Traditional                          Andrew H. Dabczynski      2.5    2:10   HSA      $47.00   $7.00
             Julie Lyonn Lieberman                                          3.5    3:00   HSA      $47.00   $7.00
             Randy Sabien                                                     3    4:00   HSA      $45.00   $7.00
Darol Anger                                           3   3:20   HSA   $47.00   $7.00
Stephen Foster                                        3   3:30   HSA   $47.00   $7.00
Traditional        Bert Ligon                       3.5   4:45   HSA   $55.00   $7.00
Louis Prima        Dean Marshall and Bob Phillips     4   4:20   HSA   $60.00   $7.00
Danny Seidenberg                                    4.5   5:45   HSA   $60.00   $7.00
Traditional        Michael Hopkins                  2.5   4:20   HSA   $47.00   $7.00
Richard Meyer                                         4   2:00   HFO   $67.00   $8.00
Blurb
This charming original piece contains a myriad of learning opportunities for your young string students. Dotted quarter/eighth-note rhythms,
A famous folk song during the 1800s, this tune was one of Abraham Lincoln’s favorites. This new arrangement is very playable and a great

A very special arrangement of the classic Christmas hit that will delight your beginners! Sleigh bells, triangle and tom tom establish the proc
This mysterious and exciting wizard piece is so cool! Set in D mixolydian mode (major scale with a flat seventh) and including an andante an
A great way to rock the holiday concert! Featuring “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” and “Jingle Bell Rock,” this medley will be fun to
Following up on the hugely successful bass feature, Bass-ically Bluegrass , the composer has written a gorgeous lyric solo for your young b
A piece for the beginning orchestra that is guaranteed to bring the audience to its feet! This satisfying arrangement of some of Handel’s mo
The ever-popular carol “Joy to the World,” cleverly transformed into a stately march at the perfect level for your second-year players’ holiday
A new and welcome treatment of one of Bach’s most memorable works. Sensitively arranged for young orchestra, the gentle essence of Ba
Using only the notes of the D Major scale, this brilliantly simple four-movement “symphony” is perfect for beginning string players who are ju
A programmatic piece based on the changing character of that vast inland sea, Lake Michigan, this original composition will remind the liste
A fantastic introduction to symphonic literature for young players, the rhythmic signature of Stamitz will make this a favorite of students and
As the title suggests, a driving, rhythmic pulse permeates throughout this contemporary original selection by Richard Meyer. The piece inco
This lively, fugue-like movement from Mozart’s last symphony is classical music at its best. All sections enjoy both lyrical and technical pass
With jubilant melodies and a light, festive style, this wonderful new composition is the perfect selection for your holiday concert! Students an
Pizzicato strings imitate Caribbean steel drums under the festive melodies of this sunny selection! Designed to give every section experienc
This tribute to Copeland and to the Scottish/Irish influence on American folk culture flows smoothly and seamlessly from one section to the o
Performers and audiences alike will enjoy the varied colors and counterpoint in this energetic work. Interplay , as the name implies, features
Wow! All in first position, yet with a variety of techniques for very young players, this piece has a driving, high energy feel. The viola doubles
Imagine a fantasy based on all six of the Brandenburg Concerti! This seven-part piece includes fabulous features for each section of the str
Here’s a march that is so much more than a march! This celebratory concert piece contains enthusiastic fanfare, stately march, lyric melodi
If you haven’t yet introduced 9/8 meter, or if you want to reinforce 9/8, look no further. Through this beautiful melody by a beloved American




Young string players will enjoy this soaring freedom song, a great lyrical piece in first position! The arrangement can be used to develop slu
Charming! This light and flowing arrangement maintains the rhythmic drive characteristic of Slavic folk music.
The hauntingly beautiful melody and lush voicing of the adagio followed by crisp polyphony in the allegro unite to form a welcome addition
Looking to introduce your orchestra to the glorious music of Antonio Vivaldi? This string orchestra arrangement of the first movement from V
This delightful arrangement is sure to become a seasonal favorite with students and audiences alike. The joyous harmonies and cheerful rh
This nine-song medley will entertain, as well as enlighten, student and adult audiences in celebration of this national holiday. While the arra
The bright, sunny disposition of Italy is evident in this arrangement of the first movement of Mendelssohn’s Symphony No. 4, “Italian.” Mend
What happens when the string orchestra plays vaudeville? We think Fillmore would have approved, and so would Sousa, whose favorite tro
For the first time, string orchestras can honor our servicemen and women with their own patriotic An Armed Forces Tribute . In this up-beat
“Ukranian Bell Carol,” “Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy,” “I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day” and “Jingle Bells” make up this delightful Chris
Neil Gow (1727-1807) was a famous fiddle player and composer from Scotland. He wrote this lament (a song which expresses sorrow) upon
But what if you could control the performance of a live orchestra as they’re playing with a remote control? That’s the idea behind this hilariou
A colorful depiction of the sounds of New Mexico, the “Land of Enchantment!” Commissioned for the Albuquerque Youth Symphony for their
Now, all the intensity of this powerful, minor-keyed overture for the young full orchestra! While keeping the colors of the original intact, indivi
Combine this festive movement with the First Philharmonic arrangements of Handel’s “Hornpipe” and “Hallelujah Chorus” for a wonderful su
Soliloquy ( for Orchestra) is an original and dynamic work that features exciting dialogues between sections of the orchestra and uses them
Who says orchestra students can’t swing? They will enjoy the opportunity to do “cool” with this jazz setting of Ukrainian “Carol of the Bells” i
It seems like everyone enjoys a good polka! Shamrock Polkas is a medley of three traditional Irish dance tunes that will quickly become fav
This upbeat, jazzy blues piece is based on a 12-bar, 3-chord harmonic progression in the key of C. Inspired by guitarist and violinist Remo B
This lovely and time-tested jazz ballad will provide easy access to jazz for your students. Because it is a ballad, the string parts sound more
Open an exciting percussive world for your strings with this rhythm masterpiece from former Turtle Island String Quartet violinist, Darol Ange
A touch of Copland, a splash of Ives and a pinch of jazz harmony give this arrangement a contemporary but accessible sound. This lush arr
New Orleans is a destination for tourists and the Mississippi River, but it is also the headstream of much of jazz and blues music. This is a s
Straight from the Barrage stage show! Made famous by Benny Goodman, this jazz standard from the era of the Big Bands has long been o
Originally composed for the Turtle Island String Quartet and inspired by the R&B bands of the composer’s hometown of Pittsburgh, PA, this
Your students will enjoy playing this traditional Scottish air, beautifully arranged for string orchestra by Michael Hopkins. This is a great piec
Truly a celebration in itself, this NSOA Competition Winner from 1989 is a classic! Contrasting style sections and lively syncopated rhythms
uarter/eighth-note rhythms, slurs that cross strings and brief excursions into the minor mode will challenge every section while improving technique. Accide
s very playable and a great way to give extra meaning to your students' study of the Civil War. Correlates with Strictly Strings Book 1, page 35.

d tom tom establish the processional style that is further enhanced by cello and bass open fifths. The upper strings get the first pass at playing this famous
 and including an andante and an allegro section, the contrasting harmonies and style set the mood of an enchanted forest where anything can happen. Ce
k,” this medley will be fun to play and will go together easily. At the same time, it will provide practice in reading accidentals for your young orchestra. Corr
 s lyric solo for your young bass players! The perfect level to feature the young bass section or soloist, the easy solo bass part uses 1 st through 3rd position
ent of some of Handel’s most beloved melodies from the famous oratorio will provide cultural literacy as well as great skill development. The piece begins
second-year players’ holiday concert! Refreshing harmonies, dove-tailed phrases and interesting countermelodies give this arrangement a sophisticated a
 a, the gentle essence of Bach’s original aria is maintained while all the sections of the orchestra have an opportunity to play the rich melodies and counter
 ng string players who are just starting to read. Each movement focuses on a distinct reading and playing skill. Whether you perform one movement or all f
 position will remind the listener of the folk-based tunes of Holst. Written for a school located near the beaches, the music reflects the serene mornings, da
s a favorite of students and audience alike. Perfect for reinforcing technical skills while developing musicianship in the setting of the Classical period.
 hard Meyer. The piece incorporates two diverse moods – a highly rhythmic first section in B Minor, built on rising and falling thirds, followed by a simple ch
 th lyrical and technical passages through Mozart’s masterful development of the four-note theme. First violins shift to fifth position while both violin section
holiday concert! Students and audiences alike will thrill to the brisk, joyful style while teachers will appreciate how their students receive valuable experienc
give every section experience with the most common syncopated rhythm in popular music, the sunny, colorful style is sure to make this piece a favorite to
 sly from one section to the other, while painting a picture of early America life for the listener.
s the name implies, features the interaction of various melodic and rhythmic elements arranged above a cello and bass ostinato . Tonalities shift from majo
 ergy feel. The viola doubles the 2 nd violin part. Appealing and educational, this is sure to be a favorite choice for any concert program!
 s for each section of the string orchestra framed by an Introduction and a Finale both based on Brandenburg 3.
 , stately march, lyric melodies, rich harmonies, prominent rhythms and gentle pastoral moments. Shifting is required for violin 1, cello and bass, and option
 ody by a beloved American songwriter, students can learn that 9/8 is just another way to play three beats per measure. For added support, this arrangeme




 can be used to develop slurring and legato playing skills and to master the production of a rich pizzicato sound. Written in E minor with simple rhythms, st

to form a welcome addition to the repertoire. Perfect for intermediate and advanced orchestras!
of the first movement from Vivaldi’s choral masterwork is the perfect introduction for young string players. It retains the composer’s key of D Major and fea
s harmonies and cheerful rhythms will immediately put you in the Christmas spirit.
 onal holiday. While the arrangement remains in the comfortable keys of D and G Major, there are some challenging rhythmic and syncopated passages. It
phony No. 4, “Italian.” Mendelssohn was a master of writing for string orchestra and this arrangement presents the major themes of the first movement in a
 ld Sousa, whose favorite trombone rag was Lassus Trombone , here re-imagined with the violas in the starring role. Perfect for the novelty piece on any or
ces Tribute . In this up-beat and lively intermediate-level arrangement, stirring melodies are provided for all string sections. The signature marches of the fi
make up this delightful Christmas medley. A choice selection of holiday music that lends itself to the richness of string orchestra! Includes parts for percus
hich expresses sorrow) upon the death of his second wife. He and his first wife had 5 sons and 3 daughters and some of them were also musicians. After b
   the idea behind this hilarious new novelty piece. With the click of a switch (or, in this case, the sound of a bell), the orchestra switches from piece to piece
ue Youth Symphony for their performance at the 2008 National ASTA Conference, this piece combines an original theme followed by three Hispanic folk so
 s of the original intact, individual parts are all in very practical ranges, with string parts playable in first position (with optional shifting for first violins). Percu
h Chorus” for a wonderful suite honoring the great Baroque master! In addition to wonderful tutti writing, the string section and wind section are featured o
he orchestra and uses thematic transformation to develop the work. This colorful tribute to the composer’s friend and mentor expresses the challenges and
 rainian “Carol of the Bells” in 5/4 time – hence the title. When the audience smiles, you will consider it a success. Swing on.
  that will quickly become favorites of students and audience alike. The parts are creatively arranged so the rhythms are easy to read and the notes fall und
guitarist and violinist Remo Biondi’s 1952 recording with Roosevelt Sykes, Hotter Than Blues offers composed solos, or the opportunity for students to cre
 the string parts sound more classical, so it is an easy way to slip into a jazz style without changing traditional techniques. Written-out solos are provided, b
 Quartet violinist, Darol Anger. Equally fun to play “in the groove” with or without using the “chop” technique! Included are extensive instructions and photos
 essible sound. This lush arrangement of Foster’s famous lullaby offers students the opportunity to experience chromaticism within beautiful moving lines a
 and blues music. This is a setting of two great traditional New Orleans melodies, “Joe Turner” and “Worried Man Blues.” The cellos state the first theme an
 Big Bands has long been one of the most popular tunes in the Barrage show. Adapted for string orchestra, this arrangement retains the feel of the show a
 town of Pittsburgh, PA, this piece will help young players become firmly grounded in the use of the blues scale. Using a basic shuffle rhythm and an unrele
Hopkins. This is a great piece for developing expression and legato bow changes. This is also a great piece for introducing students to ornamentation used
d lively syncopated rhythms accent the festive nature of this piece. The key is centered on D with brief excursions to others. Position work includes fifth an
 ection while improving technique. Accidentals are introduced as easy-to-teach (and to hear!) unisons for the entire orchestra. Correlates with Strictly Strin
 ctly Strings Book 1, page 35.

   get the first pass at playing this famous melody but all sections are featured as this delightful arrangement progresses. Correlates with Strictly Strings Bo
ed forest where anything can happen. Cellos and basses get to play a question and answer section with the upper strings before returning to a tutti section
cidentals for your young orchestra. Correlates with String Explorer Book Two, Unit 3.
 lo bass part uses 1 st through 3rd position with a momentary move into 4th position. This lush setting for soloist and string orchestra will be a big hit with you
eat skill development. The piece begins with the gentle “Pastoral Symphony,” then themes from “He Shall Feed His Flock,” “Oh Thou That Tellest” and “Fo
  give this arrangement a sophisticated and contemporary sound that performers and audiences will love. Designed by the composer to help teach his own
  ity to play the rich melodies and counterpoint. Concert audiences and students alike will be touched by the lyricism and musicality of this piece, yet it is rem
 ether you perform one movement or all four, your students will sound great while they get a chance to put their newly-acquired reading skills to use and lea
e music reflects the serene mornings, days of large waves and the spectacularly brilliant sunsets. The majestic finish reflects the wonder of a sky full of fire
   the setting of the Classical period.
  nd falling thirds, followed by a simple chorale in folk song style presented first in the violins and then passed throughout the ensemble. As this slow sectio
    to fifth position while both violin sections experience second position. Cello and bass sections will enjoy the many technical passages that require shifting
 heir students receive valuable experience with basic shifting, syncopation and part independence. Everyone gets a turn at the carefree melodies and a sle
e is sure to make this piece a favorite to both students and audiences. Drumset and keyboard parts are included for extra support and island flavor. A Bree

 bass ostinato . Tonalities shift from major to minor adding to the challenge and excitement!
 ny concert program!

 ed for violin 1, cello and bass, and optional shifting for viola. Students in all sections will experience the full spectrum of expressiveness in dynamics and bo
  sure. For added support, this arrangement is sprinkled with quotes from two well-known examples of 9/8 meter: Bach’s “Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring,” and




Written in E minor with simple rhythms, students can experience performing in the minor mode without difficult accidentals.



s the composer’s key of D Major and features solo/soli parts for your advanced players. The opportunity to teach or reinforce hooked bowing and the bow l

 g rhythmic and syncopated passages. It will be a welcomed addition to multi-cultural string orchestra repertoire and assist teachers in meeting MENC Nat
  major themes of the first movement in an edited version sure to keep the interest of you intermediate or advanced high school orchestra.
e. Perfect for the novelty piece on any orchestra concert, this arrangement will give your strings another idiom to show their stuff. The audience will love it.
 ections. The signature marches of the five branches of the armed forces are presented with strong, rhythmic accompaniments and clever counter-melodie
ring orchestra! Includes parts for percussion (timpani, bells, chimes and sleigh bells) and piano accompaniment.
ome of them were also musicians. After being widowed he married Margaret Urquhart and they shared a happy life until her death in 1805. It is said that Ne
 e orchestra switches from piece to piece in mid-phrase. Listen as “Eine Kleine Nachtmusik” changes to “Beethoven’s Seventh” to “Stars and Stripes Forev
 theme followed by three Hispanic folk songs- “Don Simon,” “Valse de Cadena” and “A La Ru”- each featuring various sections. First presented in 3/4 time
 h optional shifting for first violins). Percussion parts have been tastefully added. A great opener or closer for any concert.
 section and wind section are featured on their own in this colorful arrangement, which makes a perfect opener to any concert. All string parts are playable
 nd mentor expresses the challenges and triumphs of a life in music education. It will be a unique addition to any program, and a concert favorite with your

s are easy to read and the notes fall under the fingers, making this piece playable even by an intermediate level string orchestra. Yet the compelling polka
os, or the opportunity for students to create their own, and provides students with an important link to the music they listen to today, since the blues develo
niques. Written-out solos are provided, but students may improvise them instead! The piece is dedicated to legendary jazz violinist Johnny Frigo, who was
 ed are extensive instructions and photos that will lead you and your students in developing skills in this new American string technique.
omaticism within beautiful moving lines and harmonies. A violin solo in the middle of the piece offers an improvisational flavor in Americana fashion.
Blues.” The cellos state the first theme and then the chart expands with each section playing an important role. An exciting ensemble section provides a sp
rrangement retains the feel of the show and will sound fantastic!
sing a basic shuffle rhythm and an unrelenting, rock-steady beat, the string orchestra will get in the groove and strut their stuff—and have fun—with this pie
 oducing students to ornamentation used in Scottish folk music. The piece begins with a violin solo, and also features short solos for violin and viola at the e
 to others. Position work includes fifth and sixth for first violin and fourth (tenor clef) for cello during their soli in the Cantabile section.
e orchestra. Correlates with Strictly Strings Book 2, page 22.


 sses. Correlates with Strictly Strings Book 1, page 34.
 strings before returning to a tutti section that leads into the brief contrapuntal ending. Correlates with Strictly Strings Book 1, page 30.

 string orchestra will be a big hit with your bass section and includes an optional bass part for section players. Written by a bass player for bass players an
s Flock,” “Oh Thou That Tellest” and “For Unto Us” are heard. The arrangement ends with a rousing version of "The Hallelujah Chorus." Correlates with S
d by the composer to help teach his own students dotted half and dotted eighth-notes, hooks, slurs, and notes on the G string, this march reinforces indepe
m and musicality of this piece, yet it is remarkably uncomplicated to rehearse and perform. Here is an arrangement that almost plays itself, all with a peace
wly-acquired reading skills to use and learn about basic symphonic form! So educational and fun! Includes parts for Violin III (Viola-treble clef) and Piano A
sh reflects the wonder of a sky full of fire as the sun sets.

ghout the ensemble. As this slow section winds down, the energy is once again established with the re-introduction of earlier material. The chorale is then
  technical passages that require shifting through fourth position. The energy and drive of this piece makes it a great closer for any concert.
a turn at the carefree melodies and a sleigh bell part is included for extra holiday color.
 r extra support and island flavor. A Breeze In the Keys is a party you won’t want to miss!




m of expressiveness in dynamics and bowings and will be challenged with intonation and rhythmic clarity. This might be the time to give your traditional gr
ach’s “Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring,” and Debussy’s “Clair de Lune.” Comfortably in the key of G, some basic shifting is required of violin 1, cello and bass.




r reinforce hooked bowing and the bow lift is present in each section of the orchestra. Everyone in your orchestra will enjoy the rhythmic vitality and harmon

 d assist teachers in meeting MENC National Standard No. 9 by promoting multi-cultural learning experiences. Presented in either their full version or in me
d high school orchestra.
how their stuff. The audience will love it.
mpaniments and clever counter-melodies. An Armed Forces Tribute will complete any string orchestra concert program, and offers a chance for audience

 until her death in 1805. It is said that Neil was so grief stricken that he stopped playing his fiddle. His friends convinced him to pick it up again and the firs
n’s Seventh” to “Stars and Stripes Forever” and back again! Your audience will love it as they “surf” from channel to channel, including brief stops at the “O
ous sections. First presented in 3/4 time and reprised in 4/4, the theme is a four-note musical spelling of the city name using the notes ABEE and builds to

any concert. All string parts are playable in first position, with optional shifting for first violin and string bass.
rogram, and a concert favorite with your musicians and audience alike.

ring orchestra. Yet the compelling polka melodies will also attract advanced students as they are challenged by optional improvisation opportunities and “u
ey listen to today, since the blues developed into rhythm and blues, which in turn evolved into rock ‘n roll.
 ary jazz violinist Johnny Frigo, who was featured on the initial recording.
can string technique.
onal flavor in Americana fashion.
exciting ensemble section provides a spot for improvisation or performing the written solos that are included.

ut their stuff—and have fun—with this piece!
es short solos for violin and viola at the end. All parts are playable in first position, with some shifting to third position for double bass. Piano, guitar and flu
Cantabile section.
ngs Book 1, page 30.

 ten by a bass player for bass players and their teachers! Correlates with String Explorer Book Two, Unit 2.
 e Hallelujah Chorus." Correlates with String Explorer Book One, Unit 13.
he G string, this march reinforces independent part reading in a way not usually found at this level. With a first violin part that is just a bit more challenging
  that almost plays itself, all with a peaceful spirit that your beginning students will surely remember long after the concert is over. Correlates with String Ex
or Violin III (Viola-treble clef) and Piano Accompaniment. Correlates with String Explorer Book One, Unit 12.



n of earlier material. The chorale is then heard again, this time coupled with the energetic figures that started the piece. A great choice for your next conce
at closer for any concert.




ght be the time to give your traditional graduation march a break!
ng is required of violin 1, cello and bass. Excellent for studying long phrases and interaction between sections of your ensemble.




will enjoy the rhythmic vitality and harmonic beauty of this enduring masterwork.

sented in either their full version or in melodic motifs, the following titles are included: “When The Saints Go Marchin’ In,” “Just A Closer Walk With Thee,”



ogram, and offers a chance for audience participation as veterans and their families are recognized. It’s sure to be a hit with students of all abilities, and a

 inced him to pick it up again and the first thing he played was this lament.
 o channel, including brief stops at the “Opera” channel and the “Sci-Fi” channel! This remote even has a “pause” button that freezes the orchestra, and a “
ame using the notes ABEE and builds to an exciting finish.




 tional improvisation opportunities and “up-tempo” possibilities. This bright arrangement—with melodies shared by all the instruments above a memorable
on for double bass. Piano, guitar and flute parts are included.
in part that is just a bit more challenging than the other parts, your entire string orchestra will grow musically after rehearsing and performing this wonderfu
oncert is over. Correlates with String Explorer Book One, Unit 9.




 iece. A great choice for your next concert or contest, Momentum provides a wide variety of outstanding teaching opportunities while using a fresh “new” s




our ensemble.




hin’ In,” “Just A Closer Walk With Thee,” “Swing Low, Sweet Chariot,” “He’s Got The Whole World In His Hands,” “Maitland/Precious Lord Take My Hand,”



 a hit with students of all abilities, and a heart-warming winner with every audience.



button that freezes the orchestra, and a “mute” button that keeps them playing, but with no sound! Great fun for everyone!




all the instruments above a memorable bass line—will complement any concert program. It’s sure to bring the audience to its feet—to applaud and to dan
ehearsing and performing this wonderfully educational work. Correlates with String Explorer Book One, Unit 12.




opportunities while using a fresh “new” sound that your students will love!




Maitland/Precious Lord Take My Hand,” “Lift Every Voice And Sing,” “Oh, Freedom, Keep Your Eyes On The Prize” and “Standing In The Need Of Prayer.”




ience to its feet—to applaud and to dance!
” and “Standing In The Need Of Prayer.”
Information on this spreadsheet is the most accurate available as of 4/1/08. Information is subject to change without notice.


                2008-2009 Belwin Orchestra New Releases
        Item # Title                                                Composer
     00-29640   The Winds of Autumn                                   By Michael Hopkins
     00-29641   Defender of Time                                      By Rob Grice
     00-29642   Critter Crawl                                         By Carol S. Johnson
     00-29643                                                         Traditional
                Holiday Celebrations (Celebrating Chanukah, Kwanzaa and Christmas)
     00-29644   Primitivo                                             By Michael Story
     00-29645   Ukrainian Bell Carol                                  By Mykola Leontovich
     00-29646   Gymnopedie No. 1                                      By Erik Satie
     00-29647   Üsküdar (Turkish Folk Song)                           Traditional
     00-29648                                                         Traditional
                Appalachian Suite (I. At the Foot of Yonder Mountain II. All the Pretty Little Horses III. Sourwood Mountain)
     00-29649   A Concert in Vienna (Radetzky March)                  By Johann Strauss
     00-29650   Bought Me a Fiddle (a.k.a. Bought Me a Cat)           Traditional
     00-29651                                                         Cello with Strings)
                Winter from Four Seasons (for Solo Violin, Viola, orBy Antonio Vivaldi
     00-29652                                                         By concert including Ecossaises, Andantino and Soldier's Marc
                Belwin Beginning String Orchestra Kit #4 (A complete Franz Schubert, Joseph Hayden & Robert Schumann
     00-29653   Auld Lang Syne                                        Traditional
     00-29654   String Pursuit                                        By Ralph Ford
     00-29655                                                         )
                The New Girl in Town (from the hit movie HairsprayMusic by Marc Shaiman, lyrics by Scott Wittman & Marc Shaiman
     00-29656                                                         Various
                The Heart of It All (featuring "One Heart," "Some Hearts" and "Put a Little Love in Your Heart")
     00-29657   Gamelan (from O )                                     By Benoit Jutras
     00-29658   Alone in the Universe (from the musical Seussical ) Music by Stephen Flaherty, lyrics by Lynn Ahrens
     00-29660   Dominique's Dance (A Mariachi Waltz)                  By John Nieto
     00-29662   A Scottish Ballade (Annie Laurie)                     Traditional
     00-29663   The Sussex Mummers' Christmas Carol                   By Percy Aldridge Grainger
     00-29664   Moments                                               By Robert Gardner
     00-29665                                                         By Georg Phillipp Telemann
                Concerto for String Orchestra (from Concerto a Quattro)
     00-29666   Elephas Maximus (For Solo Bass and String Orchestra)  By Robert W. Smith
     00-29667                                                         By
                Dublin (A tribute to Dublin, Ohio and the Irish Festival)Bob Phillips
     00-29668                                                         By Leroy Anderson
                Bugler's Holiday for Three Violins and String Orchestra
     00-29669   Patton (Theme)                                        By Jerry Goldsmith
     00-29670   Selections from the hit musical Seussical (featuring "Alone in the Universe" and "A Day for the Cat in the Hat")
                                                                      Music by Stephen Flaherty, lyrics by Lynn Ahrens
     00-29671   Moondance                                             By Van Morrison
     00-29672   Instant Recruiting Concert                            Various
     00-29673   Scenes from the Old West                              By Bob Cerulli
     00-29674   The Three O's of Christmas (“O Come, O Come, Emmanuel,” “O Come Rejoicing,” “O Come, All Ye Faithful”)
                                                                      Traditional
     00-29675                                                         Various
                Special Occasions (Music for Special Occasions and Events)
     00-29676                                                         By Fight")
                Themes from Halo 3 (featuring "Luck" and "Finish the Marty O'Donnell & Michael Savatori
     00-29677   Wave Rider                                            By Derek Richard
     00-29678   Prelude No. 20                                        By Frederic Chopin
     00-29679   Selections from Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (featuring "Another Story," "The Minstry of Magic," "Fire
                                                                      By Nicholas Hooper & John Williams
     00-29680                                                         (Got by Marc Shaiman, lyrics by Scott Wittman & (Reprise)," "Th
                Selections from Hairspray (featuring "Come So FarMusicSo Far to Go)," "Big, Blonde and BeautifulMarc Shaiman
     00-29681   My Funny Valentine                                    Music by Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Lorenz Hart
     00-29682   Guantanamera                                          Traditional
     00-29683   I Knew I Loved You                                    Music by Ennio Morricone, lyrics by Alan Bergman & Marilyn Bergm
     00-29684                                                         Various
                A Day at Disneyland (featuring "Mickey Mouse March," "The Great Outdoors," "It's a Small World," "You Can Fly! Y
     00-29685                                                         Various
                Cirque du Soleil Celebration (featuring "Kumbalawé," "Triangle Tango," "O," "Pageant" and "If I Could Reach Your
     00-29686   Presto (from String Quartet Opus 131)                 By Ludwig van Beethoven
     00-29687   Contemplation                                         By Elena Roussanova Lucas
    00-29688                                                        Traditional
               We Wish You a Merry Christmas! (Variations and Concert Finale for Orchestra)
    00-29689                                                        By Nicholas Hooper "Another Story,"
               String Suite from Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (featuring & John Williams "Fireworks," "Professor Um
    00-29690                                                        By Viola Anderson
               Fiddle-Faddle for Soloist and String Orchestra (Violin, Leroy or Cello Solo)
    00-29691   Evangeline: Two Cajun Songs                          Traditional
    00-29692   Variations on a Theme by Handel                      By Maurice C. Whitney
    00-29693   Roses de Noel (Waltz)                                By Emile Waldteufel
    00-29694   Poem for Orchestra                                   By John Tatgenhorst
    00-29696                                                        By Nicholas Hooper of the Williams
               Concert Suite from the Original Soundtrack Harry Potter and the Order& John Phoenix (featuring "Another Story," "
    00-29697                                                         Viola or Cello Solo)
               Fiddle-Faddle for Soloist and Full Orchestra (Violin,By Leroy Anderson
    00-29698   Variations on Ding! Dong! The Witch is Dead!         Music by Harold Arlen, lyrics by E.Y. Harburg
    00-29699                                                        Broadway," "Ain’t Misbehavin’," "My Funny Valentine," "I’ve Gr
               Salute to Broadway (featuring "Give My Regards to Various
    00-29700   La Suerte de los Tonos (Fortune of Fools)            By Johnny Richards
    00-29701                                                        Various
               A Most Wonderful Christmas (featuring "Winter Wonderland," "I'll be Home for Christmas," "Santa Claus is Comin'
    00-29702   Rain (featuring "Raindrops Keep Fallin’ On My Head," "Come Rain or Come Shine" and "Singin’ in the Rain")
                                                                    Various
    00-29703                                                        Various
               Fiesta Tropicale (featuring "El Juego Chirimbolo," "Quando, Quando, Quando," "Beautiful Maria of My Soul" and "L
00-3713BB4X    Blue Tango                                           By Leroy Anderson
n is subject to change without notice.



                                                            Set      Score
             Arranger           Grade      Time    Series   Price    Price    Blurb
                                      1     1:30    BVS     $40.00    $6.00   Perfect for learning to play in parts, this wonderfully simple yet interesting
                                      1     1:45    BVS     $40.00    $6.00   A true concert work for players in the first year of beginning instruction! Th
                                    2.5     2:40    BBS     $40.00    $6.00   Rhythmic energy and exciting harmonies make this fun and spooky tune a
             arr. Bob Phillips        1     1:35    BVS     $40.00    $6.00   Celebrate three holidays with one song! A simple medley for beginners tha
                                    1.5     2:10    OE1     $40.00    $6.00   Built from primitive sounding rhythms and modal harmonies, this intriguing
             arr. Sandra Dackow       1     2:00    OE1     $40.00    $6.00   A fantastic introduction to five-part harmony for young orchestras! This arr
             arr. Jack Bullock        2     3:15    BBS     $40.00    $6.00   Very playable! An introduction to the “modern sound” of Erik Satie, arrange
             arr. Robert W. Smith     2     2:15    BBS     $45.00    $6.00   The joyous melody of this popular Turkish song provides a fabulous exper
             arr. Douglas E. Wagner 1.5     5:30    BBS     $45.00    $6.00   The rich heritage of musical Americana is delightfully presented in three co
             arr. Victor Lopez        2     1:45    BBS     $40.00    $6.00   Traditionally closing the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra’s New Year’s conc
             arr. Kevin Mixon       1.5     1:30    BBS     $40.00    $6.00   Delight students and audiences alike with this humorous arrangement of th
             arr. Tim McCarrick       2     2:00    BBS     $45.00    $6.00   This easy arrangement offers you multiple performance opportunities! Viva
             arr. Bob Cerulli         2     4:15    BBS     $45.00    $6.00   A complete concert in one! Wonderful arrangements for young players inc
             arr. Sandra Dackow     1.5     2:05    OE2     $40.00    $6.00   Originally the pentatonic air “I fee’d a lad at Michaelmas,” Auld Lang Syne
                                      3     2:00    BIS     $45.00    $7.00   An exciting up-tempo piece that moves constantly between C major and its
             arr. Bob Cerulli         2     2:10    PBS     $45.00    $9.00   Written in the style of the 50’s and 60’s rock-and-roll period, this tune from
             arr. Douglas E. Wagner 2       2:40    PBS     $50.00    $9.00   This entertaining medley, with its infectious driving rock feel throughout, br
             arr. Michael Story       2     2:40    OE2     $45.00    $9.00   Straight from the spectacular Cirque du Soleil stage production, “O,” come
             arr. Bob Cerulli         2     2:15    PBS     $45.00    $9.00   Celebrate the wonderful world of Dr. Seuss with this hit single from the Bro
                                      1     1:50    BVS     $40.00    $6.00   A lyrical mariachi waltz entirely in first position! Imagine a father holding hi
             arr. Robert Sheldon    2.5     2:40    BIS     $45.00    $7.00   Lush and lyrical, this setting of the traditional Scottish song, "Annie Laurie,
             arr. Douglas E. Wagner 2.5     2:30    BIS     $45.00    $7.00   Although Grainger first elected to set this carol tune for piano solo after he
                                      3     3:40    BIS     $45.00    $7.00   Young string musicians will enjoy performing this heavy rock style piece be
             arr. Tim McCarrick     2.5     4:30    BIS     $45.00    $7.00   This fascinating work is a clear example of why Telemann is considered a
                                      3     1:50    BIS     $45.00    $7.00   The Latin name for our largest living land animal provides the title for this s
                                      3     3:30    BIS     $45.00    $7.00   Highly rhythmic parts as well as a lush lyric section! Fabulous contrasting
             arr. Jack Bullock        3     3:20    PIS     $50.00    $9.00   What a treat to have the famous Bugler’s Holiday for Trumpet Trio and Or
             arr. Ralph Ford          3     1:40    PIS     $50.00    $9.00   Commanding and bold, this Jerry Goldsmith film score theme remains a fa
             arr. Bob Cerulli         3     3:22    PIS     $50.00    $9.00   Perfect for a Pops concert and begging for costumes and skits, this medle
             arr. Michael Hopkins     3     2:30    PIS     $50.00    $9.00   Recently performed in the musical movie, August Rush , this classic rock t
             arr. Bob Phillips        3     4:15    PIS     $50.00    $9.00   Specially designed for the recruiting demonstration by a teacher known for
                                      3     2:58    BIF     $50.00    $7.00   Ride ‘em cowboy! Clean, driving rhythm sets the stage for the image of ho
             arr. Elena Roussanova Lucas
                                      2     2:30    BBS     $40.00    $6.00   This lovely combination of three Christmas carols— a French carol, “O Co
             arr. Bob Phillips      2.5     3:00    BBS     $40.00    $6.00   Here’s the answer when the orchestra needs to play for birthdays, events a
             arr. Michael Story     2.5     2:00    PIS     $50.00    $9.00   In September of 2007, the release of the incredibly popular video game, H
                                      3     2:20    BIS     $45.00    $7.00   Tap into the kinetic energy of young players with the propulsive feel of this
             arr. Jerry Brubaker      3     2:40    BIS     $45.00    $7.00   A fabulous arrangement of this lush, lyrical Chopin prelude! This piece pro
             arr. Douglas E. Wagner 3       3:00    PIF     $60.00    $9.00   The adventures at Hogwarts continue with the fifth movie in the Harry Pott
             arr. Victor Lopez        3     5:00    PIF     $60.00    $9.00   Relive the excitement and pure joy of the blockbuster movie with this supe
             arr. Jerry Brubaker    2.5     2:15    PIF     $50.00    $9.00   This loveable jazz standard is absolutely perfect for a pops concert or a Fe
             arr. Victor Lopez      2.5     2:20    BIF     $50.00    $7.00   The steady Latin-rock groove in the percussion section sets the foundation
             arr. Roy Phillippe       3     3:10    PIF     $55.00    $9.00   This hauntingly beautiful composition by legendary film composer Ennio M
             arr. Michael Story       3     5:15    PIS     $50.00    $9.00   What could be more joyous than a musical visit to Disneyland? Michael St
             arr. Douglas E. Wagner 3       3:50    PIF     $60.00    $9.00   Experience the magic and allure of Cirque du Soleil! Now for the first time
             arr. Tim McCarrick       4     3:50    BCS     $55.00    $8.00   The “Late Quartets” of Beethoven have been considered unreachable for s
                                    3.5     2:00    BCS     $55.00    $8.00   A beautifully fluid ballad that encourages your young players’ highest musi
arr. Jerry Brubaker     4   4:00   BCF   $65.00   $8.00   At last! Here's that ultimate finale for your holiday concert that you've been
arr. Ralph Ford         3   6:35   PCS   $65.00   $9.00   Perfect for the slightly more advanced string orchestra, this fun but hauntin
arr. Jack Bullock       4   4:20   PCS   $60.00   $9.00   The soloist “sizzles,” the orchestra “supports” and the performance is a firs
arr. Michael Story      3   2:05   BCF   $60.00   $8.00   Characterized by a French dialect, the Cajun people have an equally distin
arr. John Whitney       3   4:10   BCF   $65.00   $8.00   The charm of this work lies in the excellent construction and contrast in sty
arr. Jerry Brubaker     4   4:00   BCF   $60.00   $8.00   A fabulous new find for the holidays, perfect for the upper level full orchest
                        4   2:40   PCF   $70.00   $9.00   Originally written for and recorded by the London Symphony Orchestra, th
arr. Victor Lopez       4   5:10   PCF   $85.00   $9.00   A truly excellent medley of selections from the motion picture Harry Potter
arr. Jack Bullock     4.5   4:20   PCF   $70.00   $9.00   The soloist “sizzles,” the orchestra “supports” and the experience is a first-
arr. Roy Phillippe      3   4:00   PCF   $70.00   $9.00   This is the classic song from The Wizard of Oz as you've never heard it be
arr. Carl Strommen      4   7:25   PCF   $70.00   $9.00   Perfect for today’s audiences, yet bringing the best of Broadway standards
arr. John Whitney       5   4:30   PCF   $70.00   $9.00   Remember the word “fire” when preparing this music. It is powerful, dynam
arr. Robert Sheldon     4   8:30   PCF   $70.00   $9.00   A fabulous medley for full orchestra or band and orchestra together! Some
arr. Jack Bullock       3   4:30   PIF   $55.00   $9.00   It is difficult to hear the wonderful motion picture song, “Singin' in the Rain,
arr. Victor Lopez       3   5:00   PIF   $60.00   $9.00   If you are looking for high energy Latin sounds for your orchestra, this sizz
arr. Bob Cerulli      2.5          PBS   $50.00   $9.00   Back in print, this fantastic arrangement of this classic piece is perfect for a
  his wonderfully simple yet interesting beginning tune is in D Major. While remaining in first position, students will practice playing in steps and intervals wit
e first year of beginning instruction! This ominous piece offers young string players the experience of performing a mature-sounding composition without te
onies make this fun and spooky tune an instant favorite of young string students. Without using any of the more difficult or complicated finger patterns, this
ong! A simple medley for beginners that includes "The Dreidel Song," an African melody known in the USA as "Let Us Break Bread Together" and "Jolly Ol
 s and modal harmonies, this intriguing work opens with an ominous introduction that leads into the first statement of the main theme. Educational opportun
 armony for young orchestras! This arrangement of the much beloved Ukrainian folk song will sound wonderful and will provide opportunities to work on bo
    “modern sound” of Erik Satie, arranged perfectly for young players. The simple melody and orchestration allow for instruction in the harmonic structure of
urkish song provides a fabulous experience of rich Middle Eastern cultural tradition for the young orchestra. A great piece to build rhythmic skills with simp
ana is delightfully presented in three contrasting movements based on traditional folk songs from the Southern Appalachian Mountains. “At the Foot of Yon
harmonic Orchestra’s New Year’s concert, Johann Strauss’ Radetzky March is a musical wish for a happy new year. It’s jovial in nature with the pleasant m
e with this humorous arrangement of the popular nonsense folk song “I Bought Me A Cat.” All sections are featured, and the “adding on” of instruments as
 ultiple performance opportunities! Vivaldi’s lyrical second movement, now transposed to G major, is simple enough for the violin, viola, or cello soloist of yo
 ul arrangements for young players including Schubert’s Ecossaisses with the feel of a contradance, Hayden’s lyrical Andantino and concluding with the cri
a lad at Michaelmas,” Auld Lang Syne , a folk song from Scotland, is a favorite for ringing in the New Year. Recognized around the world, this well-loved fo
ves constantly between C major and its parallel minor, providing opportunity for teaching chromatic notes outside of the C scale. With plenty of dynamic co
 0’s rock-and-roll period, this tune from the hit movie, Hairspray , will provide great musical fun. The usually syncopated lines have been modified without lo
 ectious driving rock feel throughout, brings together three pop favorites with a common thread: “One Heart,” from Céline Dion’s hit album of the same nam
   du Soleil stage production, “O,” comes this haunting and beautiful song. Both primitive and sophisticated, this dramatic arrangement will be a welcome ad
   Seuss with this hit single from the Broadway show, Seussical! While providing harmonic structure that will allow work on intonation, this is also a perfect t
st position! Imagine a father holding his precious newborn girl, all the while, visions of her Quinceañera (15th birthday celebration) dance through his mind.
 aditional Scottish song, "Annie Laurie," was written by her sweetheart, William Douglas, in the 19th century. The song became a favorite of Scottish soldie
 t this carol tune for piano solo after hearing and collecting it in the early 1880’s, it is in an arrangement for string orchestra that the sumptuous harmonic ba
  rforming this heavy rock style piece because it utilizes an aggressive style and mixed tonality similar to ‘their’ music that they listen to for fun. The concept
mple of why Telemann is considered a master of Baroque string music and will provide great skill development! First, the opening Grave calls for a sustaine
   land animal provides the title for this solo for bass with orchestra. Beginning with the “awakening,” the solo continues with the first lumbering steps before
 sh lyric section! Fabulous contrasting styles set the stage for a rhythmic and energetic opening followed by a gorgeous and rich lyric fantasia on the traditio
gler’s Holiday for Trumpet Trio and Orchestra arranged for three violins and strings! A fabulous setting of a Leroy Anderson classic and a great way to fea
oldsmith film score theme remains a favorite across generations. Charmingly scored, the strong patriotic feel of this arrangement will thrill your audience, w
 ing for costumes and skits, this medley from the original cast recording of the show, Seussical , will delight students and audiences. Featuring “Alone in th
movie, August Rush , this classic rock tune is sure to enjoy renewed popularity! This wonderfully playable arrangement in A Minor/Dorian keeps all parts in
  demonstration by a teacher known for being a successful recruiter of string players! Flexible and customizable for your situation this arrangement includes
 thm sets the stage for the image of horses on the wide open prairie. A wonderful contrast follows with a soft tranquil picture of the stillness of the night and
 istmas carols— a French carol, “O Come, O Come, Emmanuel”; a Polish carol “O Come Rejoicing”; and an English carol, “O Come, All Ye Faithful”— is ar
 ra needs to play for birthdays, events at the school or in the community, or to honor someone. Simple Advocacy! Make your program visible with these ver
 f the incredibly popular video game, Halo 3, set a record for the highest grossing opening day in entertainment history. Among the many standouts of this
  players with the propulsive feel of this piece! In 6/8 throughout, the driving eighth notes mimic the ebb and flow of riding on the waves. The energetic open
   lyrical Chopin prelude! This piece provides a wonderful opportunity to teach chromatic alterations in the setting of classic repertoire.
 e with the fifth movie in the Harry Potter series, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix . Highlights of Nicholas Hooper’s brilliant score are masterfully a
of the blockbuster movie with this superb medley including “Come So Far,” “Big, Blonde and Beautiful (Reprise),” “The New Girl in Town” and “Ladies’ Choi
utely perfect for a pops concert or a February concert. The lush, thick arrangement of this ballad is perfect for young players. It works well for strings alone
 percussion section sets the foundation for this appealing Cuban melody. Translated, the title means "the girl from Guantanamo." With the enhanced progr
 n by legendary film composer Ennio Morricone was premiered by Celine Dion on the 2007 Academy Awards telecast and will fit perfectly on any pops or fil
musical visit to Disneyland? Michael Story has gathered all of the sounds of America's most beloved theme park in one exciting medley. This arrangement
Cirque du Soleil! Now for the first time ever, five diverse musical selections, “Kumbalawé,” “Triangle Tango,” “O,” “Pageant” and “If I Could Reach Your Hea
ave been considered unreachable for student musicians, and yet, by changing key and simplifying certain passages, this arrangement makes one of Beeth
ages your young players’ highest musical attributes. Distinctive dissonances will bring out a most musical performance reinforcing balance, blend and tone
   your holiday concert that you've been waiting for! Here are new variations on the ever-familiar We Wish You A Merry Christmas that will knock your sock
ed string orchestra, this fun but haunting four-movement suite features “Another Story,” “Fireworks,” “Professor Umbridge” and the “End Titles” from the six
supports” and the performance is a first-class musical experience in this adaptation of music from one of the greatest composers of light classical music. U
he Cajun people have an equally distinct musical tradition. This lovely arrangement captures the spirit and enthusiasm of these proud people. Presented in
 cellent construction and contrast in style and color. Students have always enjoyed playing it, because everyone gets the melody at some point and there a
   perfect for the upper level full orchestra! This beautiful piece explores varied waltz styles and tempi in the true 19th century tradition. Few holiday selectio
 y the London Symphony Orchestra, this tender, expressive piece will provide an opportunity for development of lush, sensitive playing. Sure to touch the h
 s from the motion picture Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix ! From the fifth movie in the blockbuster Harry Potter series, the excitement continues
supports” and the experience is a first-class musical experience in this adaptation of music from one of the greatest composers of light classical music. Us
  zard of Oz as you've never heard it before! Presented in three different styles— traditionally, as a ballad and as a Viennese waltz— this chart will make a
 inging the best of Broadway standards to life again, all ages will recognize these tunes. “Give My Regards to Broadway,” “Ain’t Misbehavin’,” “My Funny Va
paring this music. It is powerful, dynamic and exciting music with infectious rhythmic feel, emphasized by the rhythm section and the counterpoint. Written
 or band and orchestra together! Some of the most popular Christmas selections of all time are included in this delightful arrangement that has a complime
otion picture song, “Singin' in the Rain,” without conceptualizing Gene Kelly and his umbrella, or “Raindrops Keep Fallin’ On My Head” without thinking of B
 tin sounds for your orchestra, this sizzling arrangement will do the trick. Feel the rhythm with this new rendition of “El Juego Chirimbolo,” “Quando, Quando
ment of this classic piece is perfect for a young string orchestra, yet still retains the feel of the original! An unusual format provides flexibility with parts for vi
  ractice playing in steps and intervals with string crossings. An excellent piece to teach dynamics and playing in contrasting quarter and half note rhythms!
 mature-sounding composition without technically demanding parts. Powerful dissonant harmonies and a pulsating rhythm create a feeling of power and ex
 ficult or complicated finger patterns, this original piece serves as an excellent introduction to flat key signatures. The key of G minor allows for solid intonat
  Us Break Bread Together" and "Jolly Old Saint Nicholas." Just for fun, the familiar strains of Jingle Bells close the tune. With the exception of a few notes
 of the main theme. Educational opportunities abound in this energetic piece, including some easy two-part counterpoint between the 1st violins and 2nd vi
   will provide opportunities to work on bow placement.
 r instruction in the harmonic structure of this energetic and fun piece.
  t piece to build rhythmic skills with simple percussion parts and great rhythms.
palachian Mountains. “At the Foot of Yonder Mountain” (G major), a beautiful pentatonic love ballad, is followed by the tender lullaby, “All the Pretty Little H
 ar. It’s jovial in nature with the pleasant melody shared throughout the orchestra. An uplifting Victor Lopez arrangement of this classic march is perfect for p
 d, and the “adding on” of instruments as the piece builds to a rollicking climax reinforces counting skills. Though opportunities abound for learning and rein
 h for the violin, viola, or cello soloist of your choice! Perform with one or more soloists! This slow movement is literally the “Calm between Storms.” Vivaldi’
  al Andantino and concluding with the crisp staccato of Schumann’s Soldier’s March. Play any or all of the tunes and develop skills with contrasting dynam
nized around the world, this well-loved folk song is set in a rich and full-sounding arrangement that includes fun sound effects and a highly playable feel.
  f the C scale. With plenty of dynamic contrasts and a variety of bowing techniques, this piece is a real skill-builder as well as great fun to play.
  ated lines have been modified without losing the drive, “feel” or “groove” of the music. Let your young players rock on with this piece!
Céline Dion’s hit album of the same name, “Some Hearts,” as sung by American Idol winner Carrie Underwood, and “Put a Little Love In Your Heart,” Jacki
 matic arrangement will be a welcome addition to any string performance!
work on intonation, this is also a perfect tune to embellish with skits and costumes for young strings or as a quick addition to a Pops concert for a more adv
day celebration) dance through his mind. The Quinceañera is an important celebration in the Mexican American community, where the girl is given her last
 ong became a favorite of Scottish soldiers during the Crimean War and will delight your audiences!
  chestra that the sumptuous harmonic banquet he spread before us is fully realized. Supported by an accompaniment rich with suspensions and passing to
  c that they listen to for fun. The concept behind the title of this piece is that, although we sometimes move dully through our daily routines, it is good to tak
 st, the opening Grave calls for a sustained dark and brooding tone, then, the bright and vibrant Allegro will bring out their precision playing of the fast notes
 ues with the first lumbering steps before the giant mammal reaches full speed. Light, lyrical and even comedic, the piece was inspired by a trip to the Taron
 eous and rich lyric fantasia on the traditional Irish tune The Minstrel Boy. Each section is featured on the melody, building to a high-energy conclusion. Gre
 Anderson classic and a great way to feature the violins in a wonderfully accessible solo.
 s arrangement will thrill your audience, who will leave your concert whistling the tune!
 ts and audiences. Featuring “Alone in the Universe” and “A Day for the Cat in the Hat,” the interplay betweens sections will also provide teaching opportun
ment in A Minor/Dorian keeps all parts in first position. The syncopation remains, but just a bit simplified, so all sections play the downbeat together. The piz
  your situation this arrangement includes 18 tunes making up two stand-alone arrangements of the most well known classical and movie themes, as well a
uil picture of the stillness of the night and the star-filled sky over the Plains. Works great with strings alone or the addition of any number of winds.
 h carol, “O Come, All Ye Faithful”— is arranged beautifully for your beginning string orchestra. Introduces young players to moving counterpoint parts!
Make your program visible with these very easy songs. All in D Major and very playable, the four movements are each self-contained featuring the songs “H
story. Among the many standouts of this game is the stunning soundtrack by Marty O'Donnell and Michael Savatori. This arrangement begins with the mys
  riding on the waves. The energetic opening is followed by a melodic and more sustained middle section. In G with occasional accidentals, this piece offers
  classic repertoire.
 Hooper’s brilliant score are masterfully arranged in this musical montage that captures all of the drama and gamut of emotion portrayed in the action-pack
The New Girl in Town” and “Ladies’ Choice.” A totally versatile arrangement that will sound great with strings alone or with the addition of any combination
ng players. It works well for strings alone or with the addition of any combination of winds.
 Guantanamo." With the enhanced program notes, it’s a great choice for cross-curricular instruction with a spicy flair. Works well with strings and percussio
 ast and will fit perfectly on any pops or film music concert. Beginning in the key of A Major then modulating to D major, this arrangement can be performed
  one exciting medley. This arrangement is packed with Disney classics including “Mickey Mouse March,” “The Great Outdoors,” “It's a Small World,” “You C
Pageant” and “If I Could Reach Your Heart,” are available in a dynamically scored medley for intermediate orchestra. The arrangement may be performed
  s, this arrangement makes one of Beethoven’s most famous and exuberant quartet movements available for your students! This piece is fun to play and fu
ance reinforcing balance, blend and tone color. An awe- inspiring sound, Contemplation has a place on every program.
erry Christmas that will knock your socks off! It is a journey through many musical styles with a conclusion as exciting as any Sousa march. Add an option
 bridge” and the “End Titles” from the sixth blockbuster Harry Potter movie. Music from Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix will be a sure hit!
est composers of light classical music. Using the exact pitches of the original as well as the wonderful, playful Anderson sound, this piece will provide a pe
asm of these proud people. Presented in two separate movements, the diversity of the Cajun music heritage is pronounced as your students play “Tout Un
ets the melody at some point and there are joyous solo passages for the upper woodwinds. Originally published in 1958, and still on state lists, this new ed
 h century tradition. Few holiday selections are in 3/4 time so here is a chance to add variety to your holiday program.
 h, sensitive playing. Sure to touch the hearts of players and audience alike!
 Potter series, the excitement continues with a majestic arrangement bringing to life the great tunes: “Another Story,” “Flight of the Order of the Phoenix,” “
st composers of light classical music. Using the exact pitches of the original as well as the wonderful, playful Anderson sound, this piece will provide a perfe
 Viennese waltz— this chart will make a great opener or closer to your pops or film music concert.
dway,” “Ain’t Misbehavin’,” “My Funny Valentine,” “I’ve Grown Accustomed to Her Face” and “Thou Swell” make up this fabulous medley. A perfect choice
m section and the counterpoint. Written for the Stan Kenton Band as one of the seven movements of Cuban Fire Suite , this piece makes Latin jazz perfec
 ghtful arrangement that has a complimentary band arrangement by the same title. “Winter Wonderland,” “I'll be Home for Christmas,” “Santa Claus is Com
Fallin’ On My Head” without thinking of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid . So taking these two songs and inserting the great “torch” song, “Come Rain
 El Juego Chirimbolo,” “Quando, Quando, Quando,” “Beautiful Maria of My Soul” and “La Bamba.” This arrangement integrates the salsa sounds of Latin ro
 ormat provides flexibility with parts for violin, treble clef viola, viola, cello, bass and piano. A great way to celebrate Anderson’s 100th birthday and to introd
ntrasting quarter and half note rhythms!
 rhythm create a feeling of power and excitement!
he key of G minor allows for solid intonation to be maintained because the ensemble can rely on the open G and D strings as a pitch foundation. The melo
 tune. With the exception of a few notes on the violin, all notes are found on the D and A strings and there are no eighth notes. Truly perfect for beginners!
 point between the 1st violins and 2nd violins/viola. Primitivo , which is correlated to Orchestra Expressions Book 1 , or to most first year method books, is




 the tender lullaby, “All the Pretty Little Horses” (E minor). A rollicking fiddle tune, “Sourwood Mountain” (G major), brings the work to a rousing close. Folk
 ment of this classic march is perfect for programming anytime. (1:45)
pportunities abound for learning and reinforcing fundamental concepts, your students and audiences will think of this tune as just plain “fun!”
ally the “Calm between Storms.” Vivaldi’s text to accompany this is: Spending quiet contented days by the fire while the rain outside drenches people by th
nd develop skills with contrasting dynamics and styles.
und effects and a highly playable feel.
  as well as great fun to play.
  on with this piece!
 d “Put a Little Love In Your Heart,” Jackie DeShannon’s early single which was also featured in the movie Scrooged . Audiences will love it and less exper

 ddition to a Pops concert for a more advanced group!
 mmunity, where the girl is given her last doll and dances a waltz (vals) with her father. The easy finger patterns, cross-cultural themes and opportunities fo

 ent rich with suspensions and passing tones, the tune is heard two times, first stated by Violin I and then followed closely by Cello. All of the unique perfor
 rough our daily routines, it is good to take time to appreciate the individual moments that make up our lives, like a child does the first time they experience
ut their precision playing of the fast notes, with some third position for your first violins! It’s enough activity to almost leave you breathless! From the vigorou
  piece was inspired by a trip to the Taronga Zoo in Sydney, Australia, and the way Burma, the elephant, moved and swayed.
  uilding to a high-energy conclusion. Great teaching opportunities, particularly for 3rd position in the first violins and 4th position in the cellos.



 tions will also provide teaching opportunities in balance and tempo.
  ons play the downbeat together. The pizzicato bass part keeps the piece driving! Sure to be a pleaser for younger players and more mature audiences!
wn classical and movie themes, as well as solo instrument or section solo excerpts for demonstration of each instrument. A must have for every growing st
ddition of any number of winds.
 layers to moving counterpoint parts!
ach self-contained featuring the songs “Happy Birthday to You,” “For He/She’s a Jolly Good Fellow,” “The Star-Spangled Banner” and “Pomp and Circums
 i. This arrangement begins with the mysteriously lyrical “Luck” theme, then moves into the primitive and driving music of “Finish the Fight.” What a great w
  occasional accidentals, this piece offers a great opportunity to contrast staccato and legato bowing at all dynamic levels.

 of emotion portrayed in the action-packed film. Beginning with the familiar “Hedwig’s Theme,” heard in previous scores, the medley also incorporates mus
 or with the addition of any combination of winds!

ir. Works well with strings and percussion or with the addition of any combination of winds.
ajor, this arrangement can be performed by strings alone or full orchestra.
at Outdoors,” “It's a Small World,” “You Can Fly! You Can Fly! You Can Fly!,” “The Best Time of Your Life” and “Yo Ho (A Pirate's Life for Me).” Make your
 a. The arrangement may be performed effectively with strings alone, or with strings and any combination of wind, percussion and keyboard parts, up to fu
 students! This piece is fun to play and fun to watch as Beethoven playfully bounces the melodies between players like a game until he interrupts with a tot
ting as any Sousa march. Add an optional synthesizer for added pizzazz!
 of the Phoenix will be a sure hit!
erson sound, this piece will provide a perfect change of pace during a concert or make a great encore. The solo can be performed by violin, viola or cello.
 nounced as your students play “Tout Un Beau Soir En Me Promenant (On a Beautiful Evening While Out Walking)” and “Danse de Mardi Gras.”
1958, and still on state lists, this new edition is true to the original with only a few articulations and bowings added.



y,” “Flight of the Order of the Phoenix,” “Professor Umbridge,” “Dumbledore’s Army” and “The Room of Requirement.” A perfect piece for your high school
son sound, this piece will provide a perfect change of pace during a concert or make a great encore. The solo can be performed by violin, viola or cello. Al

p this fabulous medley. A perfect choice for a community orchestra!
Suite , this piece makes Latin jazz perfect for the orchestra!
ome for Christmas,” “Santa Claus is Comin' to Town,” “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” and “It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year” are featured
 rting the great “torch” song, “Come Rain or Come Shine,” between them gives the listener an unforgettable medley bringing to mind the rainy days, good a
 nt integrates the salsa sounds of Latin rock, meringue and bolero. An excellent opportunity to introduce your students to authentic Latin rhythms with string
  Anderson’s 100th birthday and to introduce young players to this well known composer!
D strings as a pitch foundation. The melody gets shared by every section of the orchestra and can be taught to all sections simultaneously.
eighth notes. Truly perfect for beginners!
1 , or to most first year method books, is certain to capture the imaginations of students and audiences alike!




 brings the work to a rousing close. Folk song tunes are distributed throughout all parts, giving everyone from Violin I down to String Bass a chance to shin

 is tune as just plain “fun!”
 le the rain outside drenches people by the hundreds . The music presents a lovely lyrical solo melody as the pizzicato accompaniment reflects the raindrop




ed . Audiences will love it and less experienced players will be amazed at how quickly they master the arrangement. It’s a winner, written to help bring out



 oss-cultural themes and opportunities for each section to play the melody make this a perfect first ensemble piece!

 closely by Cello. All of the unique performance indications included in the original piano version (1911) have been preserved in this scoring. A remarkably
 child does the first time they experience something. All parts are in first position with few accidentals or difficult bowing patterns. At the same time, this pie
 t leave you breathless! From the vigorous bowing, dramatic dynamics, and his occasional use of a daring harmony, Telemann shows his unique style as s

d 4th position in the cellos.




 players and more mature audiences!
ument. A must have for every growing string program!



angled Banner” and “Pomp and Circumstance.” Perfect to leave in the folder all year long!
usic of “Finish the Fight.” What a great way to get your young students excited about playing music!



cores, the medley also incorporates musical moments reminiscent of the change of climate at the Ministry of Magic, the deceptive Professor Umbridge, an




  Ho (A Pirate's Life for Me).” Make your concert venue the happiest place on Earth!
 percussion and keyboard parts, up to full orchestra. An emotionally charged experience not to be missed!
  like a game until he interrupts with a totally unexpected pizzicato passage, only to bring you back to the game again. Leonard Bernstein drew the ire of cr
an be performed by violin, viola or cello. Also available for full orchestra!
 )” and “Danse de Mardi Gras.”




 nt.” A perfect piece for your high school or community orchestra!
  be performed by violin, viola or cello. Also available for string orchestra!




Wonderful Time of the Year” are featured in this tasteful arrangement. Solo opportunities abound and are cross-cued to allow your best players to shine, wh
 y bringing to mind the rainy days, good and bad, of life. A great tune for a Pops concert featuring skits with umbrellas!
  nts to authentic Latin rhythms with strings alone or any combination of winds.
 ections simultaneously.




n I down to String Bass a chance to shine on the melody.



cato accompaniment reflects the raindrops outside. Your students will rise to the challenge and enjoy playing both the solo part and the accompaniment pa




nt. It’s a winner, written to help bring out the very best from your students and perfect for Valentine’s Day. Don’t miss it!




 preserved in this scoring. A remarkably easy, yet musically rewarding experience!
wing patterns. At the same time, this piece will challenge your group with its independent voicings and syncopated, interlocking rhythms. This piece would
y, Telemann shows his unique style as separate from Bach and Handel. It is music strings love to play and audiences love to hear!




c, the deceptive Professor Umbridge, and the Patronus Charm with tunes titled: “Another Story,” “The Ministry of Magic,” “Fireworks,” “Professor Umbridge




ain. Leonard Bernstein drew the ire of critics when he arranged this presto for the Vienna Philharmonic, but the players and the audience loved it!
d to allow your best players to shine, while the swing sections and jazz-inspired ballads will have your audience tapping their feet and singing these tunes
 the solo part and the accompaniment part!




 , interlocking rhythms. This piece would add variety to any school concert, and would fit nicely in a festival program, especially one that utilized several diff
 ces love to hear!




Magic,” “Fireworks,” “Professor Umbridge” and “Dumbledore’s Army.” An exhilarating musical journey for all ages! Designed to play with strings alone or wit




ayers and the audience loved it!
pping their feet and singing these tunes long after the concert is over. This is certain to become a repertoire standard year after year!
m, especially one that utilized several different genres.




Designed to play with strings alone or with any combination of winds.
ard year after year!
Marching Band
B&E    Big & Easy Series
BMB Belwin Marching Band Series
DMB Diamond Series
EZP    Easy Pops Series
MSS Mega Sounds Series (formerly WB)
VEP    Very Easy Pops Series

Jazz Ensemble
JBS    Jazz Beginnings Series
JEJ    Essential Jazz Editions Series
JFY    First Year Jazz Charts Series
JGG    Gordon Goodwin Series
JJB    Jazz Band Series
JJC    Jazz Collections
JJE    Jazz Expressions™ Series
JJP    Jazz for Young People™ Series
JJV    Jazz Vocal Series
JLC    Jazz at Lincoln Center Series
JMJ    Misc. Jazz
JPJ    Premier Jazz Series
JYJ    Young Jazz Series

Alfred Concert Band
AOA     Accent on Achievement Series
CB      Concert Band Series
CH      Challenger Band Series
ADS     Debut Series
YS      Young Symphonic Series

Belwin Concert Band
BBB    Belwin Beginning Band
BCB    Belwin Concert Band
BCL    Belwin Classic Band
BE1    Band Expressions™ Book One
BE2    Band Expressions™ Book Two
BSB    Belwin Symphonic Band
BVB    Belwin Very Beginning Band
BYB    Belwin Young Band
DHL    Donald Hunsberger Wind Library
PBB    Pop Beginning Band
PCB    Pop Concert Band
PSB    Pop Symphonic Band
PYB    Pop Young Band


Highland/Etling (Alfred) Orchestra
FF     Festival Finale
FO     Full Orchestra
FP     Fiddlers Philharmonic
SA     String Alternatives
SE     String Explorer Series
SO     String Orchestra Series
SS     Strictly Strings Series

Belwin Orchestra
BBS    Belwin Beginning String Orchestra
BCF    Belwin Concert Full Orchestra
BCS    Belwin Concert String Orchestra
BIF    Belwin Intermediate Full Orchestra
BIS    Belwin Intermediate String Orchestra
BVS    Belwin Very Beginning String Orchestra
OE1    Orchestra Expressions™ Book One
OE2    Orchestra Expressions™ Book Two
PBS    Pop Beginning String Orchestra
PCF    Pop Concert Full Orchestra
PCS    Pop Concert String Orchestra
PIF    Pop Intermediate Full Orchestra
PIS    Pop Intermediate String Orchestra
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