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  • £10.95

    Brighton Beach (Concert March) - By William P. Latham

    Numerous dynamic contrasts combined with unique woodwind contributions unite in this solid concert march. William Latham's "Brighton Beach" concert march serves equally well as an outstanding recessional for graduation ceremonies. This work is a must for every school band library. (3:51) This title is available in SmartMusic.

    Estimated delivery 3-5 days
  • £24.95

    Honor and Glory (Concert March) - By Jack Bullock

    Honor and Glory is correlated to the Belwin 21st Century Band Method (for use after lesson 10 of Level One), but this concert march can also be used with any beginning method. The grade level is 1/2-1, the pitch ranges are within an octave from concert low B-flat to A-flat, and the rhythm patterns are limited to half, quarter, and eighth notes and rests. (1:21)

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  • £59.99

    Concert March From 1941 - John Williams - Steve Sykes

    Concert March

    Estimated delivery 7-10 days

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  • £51.95

    Glenn Ridge (A Concert March) - Lennie Niehaus

    This piece combines the best from the past and present. It is written in the traditional concert march from of the legendary John Philip Sousa, but with harmonies, melodies, and syncopated rhythms that give it a contemporary sound. A variety of soli sections make this a fantastic piece to show-off your entire ensemble.

    Estimated delivery 10-12 days
  • £5.50

    Aura Lee Concert March - Traditional / arr. James D. Ployhar

    This beautiful folk song has been popular since its first publication in 1861. This refreshing rendition stages the melody in a concert march setting for your beginning instrumentalists while encouraging instruction of musical style. (1:21)

    Estimated delivery 3-5 days
  • £44.95

    Holiday March (A Concert March for the Holiday Season) - Arr. Robert W. Smith and Michael Story

    Festive, yet stimulating, this traditional holiday march will be a thrilling addition to your first-year students' very first winter program. March into the holiday season with "Holiday March"! (2:24)

    Estimated delivery 3-5 days

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  • £51.95

    Their Finest Hour (Concert March)

    The words "their finest hour" were first spoken by the British prime minister Winston Churchill in a broadcast to the people of England just after the darkest days of Germany's bombing of England. This is British-style march, with its slower tempo and broad melodic lines pays tribute to the brave people who withstood that particular period of terror. Full of the majestic themes and rich orchestration typical of British music, Their Finest Hour provides a change of pace from the American Sousa-style march. Add several additional snare drums for an exciting concert selection.

    Estimated delivery 3-5 days
  • £6.95

    Knights of the Royal Realm (Concert March) - By Robert W. Smith

    With a British flair and grandiose-style, this original march incorporates two distinct themes. Robert W. Smith explains that "Knights of the Royal Realm" was inspired by the musical life and talents of Sir Vivian Dunn, a British conductor of international acclaim. Sir Vivian's stately manner and warm personality left a lasting impression on him as a young composer. Mr. Smith pays tribute to those lasting memories and Sir Vivian's impact on the American band movement through this charming march for the concert band.

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  • £36.95

    DORCHESTER (Concert March) (Discovery Plus Concert Band) - Osterling, Eric

    Veteran composer Eric Osterling has provided us with many great marches over the years and this energetic 2/4 march is one of his best. Solid ensemble writing, easty-to-lteach stylistic features, and great audience appeal.

  • £54.95

    LANSING STAGE JOURNAL (Concert March) (Symphonic Band) - Moss, John

    Commissioned to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Lansing State Journal newspaper. In combining elements of our country's rich march history with his own blend of contemporary harmonies and masterful orchestrational techniques, John Moss has created an impressive work destined to become a staple in the repertoire of enduring concert marches.