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Music For Concert Band

Eine Kleine
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Eine Kleine March Music 

MakeMusic Publications (2023)
Grade 1


Explore multiple style periods with this clever arrangement that sets Mozart's Eine Kleine Nachtmusik in the style of a march! The familiar melodies, presented with a creative twist, are sure to make this a student favorite. Add a dogfight section and rousing final strain, and you have a winner! Eine Kleine March Music may just be your new favorite march! (1:30)

*J.W. Pepper Editor's Choice


FJH (2022)
Grade 1


Guards at the ready! Time to fortify the castle! This powerful, medieval-inspired work juxtaposes physical strength and inner strength through contrasting marcato and legato sections. Sixteenth-note rhythms drive a very active percussion section that propels the piece forward, while strong thematic and harmonic writing in all sections creates a feeling of fortitude. The rhythmic energy that continues throughout is sure to energize your students!


Written for the Liberty Middle School Bands, Clifton, Virginia;  Joe LaBrie, Director


*J.W. Pepper Editor's Choice

hanukkah band
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Hanukkah Dances (for band) 

Alfred (2022)

Grade 2


Liven up your holiday concert with a medley of four familiar Hanukkah tunes (Hanukkah, Hanukkah; Sivivon; Dreidel; and Maoz Tzur) - perfect for beginning to advanced levels. Everyone gets a chance to play the melody in this exciting arrangement. Each song is introduced separately, then intertwined, and even overlapped together for lively finale. A best seller in the string orchestra, now available for concert band!

On the Horizon

MakeMusic Publications (2023)
Grade 1.5   

This powerful work represents vision and hope, inspired by a vision of a never-ending horizon. A beautiful opening suggests the sun rising on a new day before moving into a triumphant melody with uplifting woodwind interludes. The music embeds a strong sense that one can be ready for anything that lies ahead On the Horizon. (2:00)

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