Garde du Corps - R.B. Hall - arr. Neville Buxton - 3'00'' - BVT114 One of the most famous marches by American composer Robert Browne Hall, the ‘March King of Maine’. Besides composing he also was a cornet virtuoso and a bandmaster. One of his compositions was played during the funeral procession held for President John F. Kennedy in 1963.
This timeless patriotic melody by S.F. Smith is the perfect musical setting for exceptional teaching. The "Melody Mine" gives each member of the band the opportunity to play the melodic line while the teacher focuses on phrasing, shaping and other core musical concepts. The full band arrangement provides a lush chorale setting of the American standard. The director also has the option to craft their own arrangement to feature soloist(s), instrumental choirs and full band. Master teacher Susan L. Smith has created a powerful teaching resource for use in any beginning band program.Estimated delivery 10-12 days
This classic circus march features a lovely swinging tune in compound time that will sing its way into an audiences' heart. The bright scoring and subtly chromatic touches in the harmony make Bombasto a march that any band will delight in playing. Duration: 2'40" Key: Eb Ranges: Trumpet - G; Horn - Eb; Trombone - FEstimated delivery 12-14 days
When the Second World War began, the British March King Kenneth J. Alford (pseudonym for Major F. J. Ricketts, R.M.) was increasingly in bad health and had composed relatively little music recently. As Hitler's armies marched victoriously across Europe, Britain was soon alone facing the Nazi peril. Alford's great contribution to the war effort was the composition of two of his great masterpieces, ARMY OF THE NILE, celebrating the first Allied victories over the Germans in North Africa and EAGLE SQUADRON. The latter of these marches celebrates American airmen who travelled to England during the early years of the war (before the entry of the United States into the conflict) to volunteer for service with the Royal Air Force, serving with great distinction during the Battle of Britain. Alford skillfully weaves a number of well-known tunes into the fabric of the music, including the Royal Air Force March and The Star-Spangled Banner, while also including a reference to the Siegfried motive from Wagner's Ring of the Nibelung. Mark Rogers' edition of this classic march includes a handsome full score and concert size set of parts.Estimated delivery 10-12 days
This book provides one huge "room" where everyone can gather to ask questions on the art of rehearsing and listen to answers from people who know. In his foreword, Frederick Fennell says: if you are a conductor, or are in training to be one - or are confused about how it's going - this book is all about you and me. With chapters by: Frank Battisti, Eugene Corporon, James Croft, Donald R. Hunsberger, Jerry F. Junkin, Craig Kirchhoff, Allan McMurray, H. Robert Reynolds, James Smith, John Willwell, John E. Williamson