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What a wonderful world by Louis Armstrong (1901-1971). Arranged by Bart Picqueur. For Tenor Saxophone. Grade 3-4. Playing score. Published by Kameleon Editions (BT.KME0508-030-KAM-18).
$19.95

Instruments: Tenor Saxophone, Saxophone, Woodwinds
Genres: Jazz & Blues, Standards, Swing
What a Wonderful World: B-flat Tenor Saxophone by George David Weiss and Bob Thiele. Arranged by Gerald Sebesky. For Concert Band. Instructional. Part. 1 pages. Published by Alfred Music - Digital Sheet Music (AX.00-PC-0002294_TX1). This title sings the praises of just being alive! Some of us remember the fantastic Louis Armstrong vocal/instrumental version that has become a true classic in the annals of jazz. More recently, we've heard it immortalized Good Morning, Vietnam. Here's a great tune with a wonderfully easy transcription to bring to your beginning band. (duration 1:52). About Digital Print Sheet Music Digital Print is printable sheet music available anytime, anywhere. Just purchase, print and play! View your online sheet music at home, school, work or anywhere you have a computer connected to the Internet. With Digital Print, you can print your digital sheet music immediately after purchase, or wait until its convenient. And our software installation is easy - we'll guide you through the simple steps to make sure you have Adobe Flash Player, Adobe AIR and the Sheet Music Plus AIR application. Learn more
$3.99

Pages: 1
Instruments: Tenor Saxophone, Saxophone, Woodwinds
What a Wonderful Child - Instrumental Ensemble Score and Parts by Mary Mcdonald. Sacred Anthem, Advent, Christmas, Epiphany. Instrumental score and parts. Published by Lorenz Publishing Company (LO.30-2485L). Popularized by recording artists such as Mariah Carey and Gladys Knight, the traditional spiritual, "Jesus, O What a Wonderful Child," has become a Christmas favorite. This gospel arrangement by Mary McDonald opens with the slow, "bluesy" sounds of another favorite, "Mary Had a Baby," before shifting gears into the faster, more driving celebration of the second spiritual. It offers a stylized optional brass and rhythm score by Stan Pethel that will have singers and listeners alike singing, "What a wonderful Child!" Instrumentation: 2 Trumpets, 2 Trombones, 2 Alto Saxes, 2 Tenor Saxes, Rhythm.
$24.95

Instruments: Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, B-Flat Trumpet, Trombone, Saxophone, Woodwinds, Trumpet, Brass
Genres: Christmas, Miscellaneous
What Child Is This?: B-flat Tenor Saxophone arranged by John O'reilly. For Concert Band. Instructional. Part. 1 pages. Published by Alfred Music - Digital Sheet Music (AX.00-PC-0000782_TX1). This beautiful carol is treated in a simple, transparent arrangement that will certainly compliment your young band. (Grade 1 1/2). About Digital Print Sheet Music Digital Print is printable sheet music available anytime, anywhere. Just purchase, print and play! View your online sheet music at home, school, work or anywhere you have a computer connected to the Internet. With Digital Print, you can print your digital sheet music immediately after purchase, or wait until its convenient. And our software installation is easy - we'll guide you through the simple steps to make sure you have Adobe Flash Player, Adobe AIR and the Sheet Music Plus AIR application. Learn more
$3.99

Pages: 1
Instruments: Tenor Saxophone, Saxophone, Woodwinds
Genres: Christmas, Miscellaneous
What Child Is This? by Heffler, Rich. For solo tenor saxophone with piano accompaniment. Tenor sax and piano. Meter: 6/8. Christmas. Grade 6. Set of parts. Published by Rich Heffler Music (DS.W29135TX).
$5.95

Instruments: Piano Accompaniment, Tenor Saxophone, Piano, Piano and Keyboard, Saxophone, Woodwinds
Genres: Christmas, Miscellaneous
What A Friend by Dana F. Everson. For Tenor Saxophone. Solo for Tenor Saxophone. Meter: 4/4. Traditional. Grade 3. Duration 3'00". Published by David E. Smith (DS.126105).
$4.50

Instruments: Tenor Saxophone, Saxophone, Woodwinds
Westward Sentinal. (Euphonium Feature). By Kimberly Archer. For Soloist(s) with Concert Band (Solo Euphonium, Piccolo, Flute 1, Flute 2, Oboe 1, Oboe 2, Bassoon 1, Bassoon 2, Bb Clarinet 1, Bb Clarinet 2, Bb Clarinet 3, Bb Bass Clarinet, Eb Alto Saxophone 1, Eb Alto Saxophone 2, Bb Tenor Saxophone, Eb Baritone Saxophone, C Trumpet 1, C Trumpet 2, ). Band Music. Grade 5. Score and parts. Duration 14:45. Published by C. Alan Publications (CN.15750). From the very first time I saw it with my own eyes, driving through St. Louis in 2000, I have been enthralled by the Gateway Arch: its almost incomprehensible size, its timeless simplicity. When asked to write a piece of music celebrating the Arch and its 40th anniversary, I was overwhelmed. There's simply too much to express, from its connections to Thomas Jefferson and the Lewis and Clark expedition through the amazing architectural, engineering, and construction work that brought it to life. How is it possible, in only one musical work, to capture all of that, much less the majesty of the Arch on a perfect fall day, or backlit by July fireworks, or gently illuminated, silent in the snow?Finally, I realized that rather than try to merely describe the Arch or comment on its history, I would need to explore my personal relationship with it, as a resident of the St. Louis metro area. Therefore, although Westward Sentinel is not exactly programmatic, there are a few images that stayed in my mind as I composed:The first section of the piece speaks to my relationship with the Midwest. I am a native of northern Illinois, where I grew up surrounded by cornfields. This is a significant personal image, of which I have only recently become aware: to stand alone and at peace in the center of a July cornfield under an endless blue sky, breathing the warm summer air, where the only sounds are the subtle hum of insects and the wind rustling the leaves. Now, in my southern Illinois home, there is still corn, but I can also actually see the Arch on the western horizon. Obviously, that changes the feel of my home: with the presence of the Arch, however distant, comes the promise of bustling, urban St. Louis. It is a stark contrast to what I feel as my roots and my place in the world, and yet the Arch definitely calls to me.I love to drive into St. Louis on I-64. The second section of the piece speaks to this journey. Along that stretch of highway between Edwardsville and downtown St. Louis, the Arch teasingly ducks behind hills and buildings, only to burst back into sight, sparkling in the sun. Then, where I-64 crosses the Mississippi River, the first sight of the Arch in its entirety - steadfast at its post on the western bank, looming over the highway - is nothing short of glorious!Finally, there is the first breathless moment of standing at the base of the Arch, trying to take in its enormity. That's impossible - it's so big! I will always remember the first time I did this, though; all I could think was, "Wow . . .."And then the trip home, with the Arch at my back: a reassuring guardian, a westward sentinel.
$138.00

Instruments: Flute, B-Flat Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, Oboe, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Bassoon, Euphonium, C Trumpet, Woodwinds, Clarinet, Saxophone, Brass, Trumpet
Westward Sentinal. (Euphonium Feature). By Kimberly Archer. For Soloist(s) with Concert Band (Solo Euphonium, Piccolo, Flute 1, Flute 2, Oboe 1, Oboe 2, Bassoon 1, Bassoon 2, Bb Clarinet 1, Bb Clarinet 2, Bb Clarinet 3, Bb Bass Clarinet, Eb Alto Saxophone 1, Eb Alto Saxophone 2, Bb Tenor Saxophone, Eb Baritone Saxophone, C Trumpet 1, C Trumpet 2, ). Band Music. Grade 5. Score only. Duration 14:45. Published by C. Alan Publications (CN.15751). From the very first time I saw it with my own eyes, driving through St. Louis in 2000, I have been enthralled by the Gateway Arch: its almost incomprehensible size, its timeless simplicity. When asked to write a piece of music celebrating the Arch and its 40th anniversary, I was overwhelmed. There's simply too much to express, from its connections to Thomas Jefferson and the Lewis and Clark expedition to the amazing architectural, engineering, and construction work that brought it to life. How is it possible, in only one musical work, to capture all of that, much less the majesty of the Arch on a perfect fall day, or backlit by July fireworks, or gently illuminated, silent in the snow?Finally, I realized that rather than try to merely describe the Arch or comment on its history, I would need to explore my personal relationship with it, as a resident of the St. Louis metro area. Therefore, although Westward Sentinel is not exactly programmatic, there are a few images that stayed in my mind as I composed:The first section of the piece speaks to my relationship with the Midwest. I am a native of northern Illinois, where I grew up surrounded by cornfields. This is a significant personal image, of which I have only recently become aware: to stand alone and at peace in the center of a July cornfield under an endless blue sky, breathing the warm summer air, where the only sounds are the subtle hum of insects and the wind rustling the leaves. Now, in my southern Illinois home, there is still corn, but I can also actually see the Arch on the western horizon. Obviously, that changes the feel of my home: with the presence of the Arch, however distant, comes the promise of bustling, urban St. Louis. It is a stark contrast to what I feel as my roots and my place in the world, and yet the Arch definitely calls to me.I love to drive into St. Louis on I-64. The second section of the piece speaks to this journey. Along that stretch of highway between Edwardsville and downtown St. Louis, the Arch teasingly ducks behind hills and buildings, only to burst back into sight, sparkling in the sun. Then, where I-64 crosses the Mississippi River, the first sight of the Arch in its entirety - steadfast at its post on the western bank, looming over the highway - is nothing short of glorious!Finally, there is the first breathless moment of standing at the base of the Arch, trying to take in its enormity. That's impossible - it's so big! I will always remember the first time I did this, though; all I could think was, "Wow . . .."And then the trip home, with the Arch at my back: a reassuring guardian, a westward sentinel.
$40.00

Instruments: Flute, B-Flat Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, Oboe, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Bassoon, Euphonium, C Trumpet, Woodwinds, Clarinet, Saxophone, Brass, Trumpet
Westport Overture: B-flat Tenor Saxophone by David Campo. For Concert Band. Instructional. Part. 2 pages. Published by Alfred Music - Digital Sheet Music (AX.00-PC-0000019_TX1). Westport Overture is the ideal piece for the maturing high school band. Its strong opening polychordal statement sets the foundation for an exciting overture that sounds much more difficult than it is. Rich, complex harmonies lend it a sophisticated tone, while its rhythmic simplicity puts it well within the range of most young high school bands. The middle section is sensitive and lyrical, yet has no extreme range considerations or overly exposed parts. The return of the opening fanfare allows for a strong finish, making Westport Overture a natural contest or concert selection for the developing band.Concert/Contest. About Digital Print Sheet Music Digital Print is printable sheet music available anytime, anywhere. Just purchase, print and play! View your online sheet music at home, school, work or anywhere you have a computer connected to the Internet. With Digital Print, you can print your digital sheet music immediately after purchase, or wait until its convenient. And our software installation is easy - we'll guide you through the simple steps to make sure you have Adobe Flash Player, Adobe AIR and the Sheet Music Plus AIR application. Learn more
$3.99

Pages: 2
Instruments: Tenor Saxophone, Saxophone, Woodwinds
Western Horizons: B-flat Tenor Saxophone by Thomas Kahelin. For Concert Band. Instructional. Part. 2 pages. Published by Alfred Music - Digital Sheet Music (AX.00-PC-0001812_TX1). From the Badlands of South Dakota to the cliffs of Big Sur, California, the western horizon is both an ending and a beginning. Standing in the grandeur of the American West, one senses the exuberance and wildness of a time long gone by. Gazing west, one imagines an astonishing variety of landscape unfolding beyond the horizon, leading to the beauty of California’s sunset and the optimism of tomorrow. This piece celebrates the nostalgia, gusto and optimism of that western horizon. This title is available through SmartMusic.Concert/Contest. About Digital Print Sheet Music Digital Print is printable sheet music available anytime, anywhere. Just purchase, print and play! View your online sheet music at home, school, work or anywhere you have a computer connected to the Internet. With Digital Print, you can print your digital sheet music immediately after purchase, or wait until its convenient. And our software installation is easy - we'll guide you through the simple steps to make sure you have Adobe Flash Player, Adobe AIR and the Sheet Music Plus AIR application. Learn more
$3.99

Pages: 2
Instruments: Tenor Saxophone, Saxophone, Woodwinds
West Side Story for Tenor Sax. (Instrumental Play-Along Book/CD Pack). By Leonard Bernstein (1918-1990). For Tenor Saxophone (Tenor Sax). Instrumental Folio. Book with CD. 16 pages. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.450138). ISBN 1423458265. 9x12 inches. 10 songs from Leonard Bernstein's classic musical arranged for solo instrumentalists: America • Cool • I Feel Pretty • I Have a Love • Jet Song • Maria • One Hand, One Heart • Something's Coming • Somewhere • Tonight. The accompaniment CD is playable on any CD player, and is also enhanced so Mac and PC users can adjust the recording to any tempo without changing the pitch.
$12.99

Pages: 16
Instruments: Tenor Saxophone, Saxophone, Woodwinds
Genres: 20th Century, Classical
West River Jubilee: B-flat Tenor Saxophone by John Darling. For Concert Band. Instructional. Part. 4 pages. Published by Alfred Music - Digital Sheet Music (AX.00-PC-0001446_TX1). This cinematic overture captures the essence of the northern plains, from a serene scene on the Missouri River to the sweeping hills and grassy buttes of the Dakotas, culminating with a rollicking hoe-down. Colorful scoring and infectious rhythms abound. Sure to be a favorite on any concert or festival performance! (6:35)Concert/Contest. About Digital Print Sheet Music Digital Print is printable sheet music available anytime, anywhere. Just purchase, print and play! View your online sheet music at home, school, work or anywhere you have a computer connected to the Internet. With Digital Print, you can print your digital sheet music immediately after purchase, or wait until its convenient. And our software installation is easy - we'll guide you through the simple steps to make sure you have Adobe Flash Player, Adobe AIR and the Sheet Music Plus AIR application. Learn more
$3.99

Pages: 4
Instruments: Tenor Saxophone, Saxophone, Woodwinds
Were You There? by Everson, Dana F.. For Tenor Saxophone. Easter. Grade 2.5. Published by David E. Smith (DS.126136).
$4.00

Instruments: Tenor Saxophone, Saxophone, Woodwinds
Genres: Easter, Celebrations
Were You There? by John P. Lynch. For Concert Band (Flute 1, Flute 2, Oboe 1/2, English Horn, Clarinet in Bb 1, Clarinet in Bb 2, Clarinet in Bb 3, Bass Clarinet in Bb, Bassoon, Contrabassoon, Alto Saxophone 1/2, Tenor Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, Trumpet in Bb 1, Trumpet in Bb 2, Trumpet in Bb 3, Horn i). Band Music. Grade 4. Score and parts. Duration 6:10. Published by C. Alan Publications (CN.11030). Were You There? is a tone poem based on the traditional hymn tune. The title becomes a philosophical and rhetorical question as the piece examines various contemporary views of the message of religion. A primary unifying musical element is the river motive, marked "flowing," a metaphor for life. Two new themes are introduced: One, marked "with conviction," presents a righteous viewpoint whose interpretation of the message of Christianity is literal, and a second, marked "tenderly," that expresses an interpretation based on compassion. The ensuing section is a transformation of the river motive. An ongoing ostinato creates a sense of stasis and introduces a third point of view reflecting Buddhist philosophy, in which the themes are posed as questions. A brief piano solo, a cyclic idea that could go on forever, alludes briefly to the atheist point of view. This section culminates in the most straightforward presentation of "Were You There?"The piece draws to a close with a forceful statement of the three main themes in juxtaposition to the hymn tune, which appears in augmentation in the horn and chime parts. The final conclusion is thus left to the listener.
$69.00

Instruments: Flute, B-Flat Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, Oboe, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Bassoon, English Horn, B-Flat Trumpet, Woodwinds, Clarinet, Saxophone, Trumpet, Brass
Were You There? by John P. Lynch. For Concert Band (Flute 1, Flute 2, Oboe 1/2, English Horn, Clarinet in Bb 1, Clarinet in Bb 2, Clarinet in Bb 3, Bass Clarinet in Bb, Bassoon, Contrabassoon, Alto Saxophone 1/2, Tenor Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, Trumpet in Bb 1, Trumpet in Bb 2, Trumpet in Bb 3, Horn i). Band Music. Grade 4. Score only. Duration 6:10. Published by C. Alan Publications (CN.11031). Were You There? is a tone poem based on the traditional hymn tune. The title becomes a philosophical and rhetorical question as the piece examines various contemporary views of the message of religion. A primary unifying musical element is the river motive, marked "flowing," a metaphor for life. Two new themes are introduced: One, marked "with conviction," presents a righteous viewpoint whose interpretation of the message of Christianity is literal, and a second, marked "tenderly," that expresses an interpretation based on compassion. The ensuing section is a transformation of the river motive. An ongoing ostinato creates a sense of stasis and introduces a third point of view reflecting Buddhist philosophy, in which the themes are posed as questions. A brief piano solo, a cyclic idea that could go on forever, alludes briefly to the atheist point of view. This section culminates in the most straightforward presentation of "Were You There?"The piece draws to a close with a forceful statement of the three main themes in juxtaposition to the hymn tune, which appears in augmentation in the horn and chime parts. The final conclusion is thus left to the listener.
$15.00

Instruments: Flute, B-Flat Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, Oboe, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Bassoon, English Horn, B-Flat Trumpet, Woodwinds, Clarinet, Saxophone, Trumpet, Brass
Welcome to Holland by Steven Barton. For Concert Band (Piccolo, Flute 1/2, Oboe 1/2, English Horn, Bassoon 1/2, Bb Clarinet 1, Bb Clarinet 2, Bb Clarinet 3, Bass Clarinet, Alto Saxophone 1/2, Tenor Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, Bb Trumpet 1, Bb Trumpet 2/3, Horn 1/3, Horn 2/4, Trombone 1, Trombone 2, Bass Tr). Band Music. Grade 4. Score and parts. Duration 10:00. Published by C. Alan Publications (CN.11770). Welcome to Holland is a tone poem that tells a specific story. It is composed in five main sections: I. Conception and Anticipation; II. Celebration of Birth, Hopes, and Dreams; III. Lullaby for the Newborn; IV. Grief and Devastation; and V. Rediscovery of Hope and Love.The themes of the first three sections are very simple and childlike, centering on the universal innocence of the interval of the minor third. Harmonies are likewise simple, functional, and non-complex in an effort to reflect the basic and simple desires of all parents for their unborn children. In the midst of all of these happy and contented feelings is the foreshadowing of the unseen and unexpected event about to unfold. The number 21 figures prominently in this work, which begins with a 21-bar phrase. The 21st measure provides the first hint that something is amiss. This is all unnoticed in the excitement and joy of birth.The lullaby is reflective of the deep love of a new life and the calm that is unsuspecting of the coming storm. It is the last such moment of pure peace and contentment. The grief and devastation at the news that things are not as they seemed is as real as the shock of the death of a loved one, only now the loved one lost is the long-cherished dreams and expectations. This section is introduced by the sound of a heart that is not beating, as it should, with a rush of blood through incomplete ventricular walls. The chaos that ensues is that of parents trying to understand and trying to cope, finally leading to physical and emotional exhaustion.The final section begins with a slow awakening to new possibilities, the realization that positives can arise from a morass of negatives and that those seemingly insurmountable negatives might be conquered by the unconditional love of a newborn. Finally, a new set of dreams and expectations is discovered, obviously different from the first, but just as exciting. The return of the Celebration and Lullaby themes demonstrates the merger of the old hopes and dreams with the new. Reality is never far away, as is shown by the metric bump in the twenty-first measure of this section, and one never completely forgets that the road is now a different one. However, there is always hope in the future with new goals to achieve and victories to be won. As the Special Olympics Oath says, "Let me win. If I cannot win, let me be brave in the attempt."- Steven Barton.
$128.80

Instruments: Flute, B-Flat Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, Oboe, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Bassoon, English Horn, B-Flat Trumpet, Trombone, Woodwinds, Clarinet, Saxophone, Trumpet, Brass
Welcome to Holland by Steven Barton. For Concert Band (Piccolo, Flute 1/2, Oboe 1/2, English Horn, Bassoon 1/2, Bb Clarinet 1, Bb Clarinet 2, Bb Clarinet 3, Bass Clarinet, Alto Saxophone 1/2, Tenor Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, Bb Trumpet 1, Bb Trumpet 2/3, Horn 1/3, Horn 2/4, Trombone 1, Trombone 2, Bass Tr). Band Music. Grade 4. Score only. Duration 10:00. Published by C. Alan Publications (CN.11771). Welcome to Holland is a tone poem that tells a specific story. It is composed in five main sections: I. Conception and Anticipation; II. Celebration of Birth, Hopes, and Dreams; III. Lullaby for the Newborn; IV. Grief and Devastation; and V. Rediscovery of Hope and Love.The themes of the first three sections are very simple and childlike, centering on the universal innocence of the interval of the minor third. Harmonies are likewise simple, functional, and non-complex in an effort to reflect the basic and simple desires of all parents for their unborn children. In the midst of all of these happy and contented feelings is the foreshadowing of the unseen and unexpected event about to unfold. The number 21 figures prominently in this work, which begins with a 21-bar phrase. The 21st measure provides the first hint that something is amiss. This is all unnoticed in the excitement and joy of birth.The lullaby is reflective of the deep love of a new life and the calm that is unsuspecting of the coming storm. It is the last such moment of pure peace and contentment. The grief and devastation at the news that things are not as they seemed is as real as the shock of the death of a loved one, only now the loved one lost is the long-cherished dreams and expectations. This section is introduced by the sound of a heart that is not beating, as it should, with a rush of blood through incomplete ventricular walls. The chaos that ensues is that of parents trying to understand and trying to cope, finally leading to physical and emotional exhaustion.The final section begins with a slow awakening to new possibilities, the realization that positives can arise from a morass of negatives and that those seemingly insurmountable negatives might be conquered by the unconditional love of a newborn. Finally, a new set of dreams and expectations is discovered, obviously different from the first, but just as exciting. The return of the Celebration and Lullaby themes demonstrates the merger of the old hopes and dreams with the new. Reality is never far away, as is shown by the metric bump in the twenty-first measure of this section, and one never completely forgets that the road is now a different one. However, there is always hope in the future with new goals to achieve and victories to be won. As the Special Olympics Oath says, "Let me win. If I cannot win, let me be brave in the attempt."- Steven Barton.
$35.00

Instruments: Flute, B-Flat Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, Oboe, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Bassoon, English Horn, B-Flat Trumpet, Trombone, Woodwinds, Clarinet, Saxophone, Trumpet, Brass
By Kenny G. For Eb alto saxophone, Bb tenor saxophone (optional) and piano accompaniment. Instrumental Solo. Adult Contemporary and Pop. Difficulty: medium. Set of performance parts. Solo part, piano accompaniment and chord names. 4 pages. Published by Hal Leonard
$3.95

Pages: 4
Instruments: Piano Accompaniment, Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Piano, Piano and Keyboard, Saxophone, Woodwinds
Genres: Adult Contemporary, Pop, Wedding, Miscellaneous, Celebrations
Wedding Music arranged by Ernst-Thilo Kalke. For Tenor Saxophone and Piano/Organ. Sacred. Full score & parts. Published by Uetz Music (UZ.BU-7054). ISBN 50146-431-9. Sacred.
$22.95

Instruments: Piano Accompaniment, Organ, Tenor Saxophone, Piano, Piano and Keyboard, Saxophone, Woodwinds
Genres: Wedding, Celebrations
Wedding Masterworks - Tenor Sax (Replacement CD Only). For Tenor Saxophone. Grade 3-4. CD. Published by Kendor Music Inc (KN.21324).
$6.00

Instruments: Tenor Saxophone, Saxophone, Woodwinds
Genres: Wedding, Celebrations
Wedding Masterworks - Tenor Sax by Various. Arranged by Frank Halferty. For Tenor Saxophone Solo. Tenor Saxophone Solo. Grade 3-4. Published by Kendor Music Inc (KN.11664). This solo with piano accompaniment collection contains 12 of the most popular classics played at weddings. One book contains everything a soloist needs for the entire ceremony. An accompaniment CD is included in each book featuring both piano and organ accompaniments. Contents include: Air (from Water Music) (Handel); Bridal Chorus (from Lohengrin) (Wagner); Canon In D (Pachelbel); Jesu, Joy Of Man's Desiring (Bach); Trumpet Voluntary (Purcell, Clarke); Trumpet Tune (Purcell) Air On The G String (Suite No. 3 In D) (Bach); Ave Maria (Schubert); La Rejouissance (from Music For The Royal Fireworks) (Handel); Rondeau (Mouret); The Wedding March (Mendelssohn); and Hornpipe (from Water Music) (Handel).
$17.95

Instruments: Tenor Saxophone, Saxophone, Woodwinds
Genres: Wedding, Celebrations
Wedding March by Felix Bartholdy Mendelssohn (1809-1847). Arranged by Geoffrey Brand. For Concert Band (Flute 1/Piccolo, Flute 2, Oboe 1, Oboe 2*, Bb Clarinet 1, Bb Clarinet 2, Bb Clarinet 3, Eb Alto Clarinet* , Bb Bass Clarinet *, Bassoon 1, Bassoon 2*, Alto saxophone 1, Alto Saxophone 2, Bb Tenor Saxophone, Eb Baritone Saxophone*, Horn 1, Horn 2, Horn 3, ). Band Music. Grade 3.5. Score and parts. Duration 5:20. Published by C. Alan Publications (CN.R10180).
$64.40

Instruments: Flute, B-Flat Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, Oboe, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Bassoon, Horn, Woodwinds, Clarinet, Saxophone, Brass
Genres: Classical, Wedding, Celebrations
We, the Children of America: B-flat Tenor Saxophone by Sandy Feldstein. For Concert Band. Instructional. Part. 2 pages. Published by Alfred Music - Digital Sheet Music (AX.00-PC-0001828_TX1). Written to commemorate the bicentennial of the Constitution of the United States of America. Perfect for a gala concert closer for orchestra, band and chorus. (Grade 2) A super addition to your younger group's patriotic repertoire. Add the optional concert band and/or string orchestra for a special combined performance. The Alfred SuperTrax (available separately) features the Kids-R-Us Choir and concert band arrangement. (Grade 2)Band and Chorus; Orchestra and Chorus. About Digital Print Sheet Music Digital Print is printable sheet music available anytime, anywhere. Just purchase, print and play! View your online sheet music at home, school, work or anywhere you have a computer connected to the Internet. With Digital Print, you can print your digital sheet music immediately after purchase, or wait until its convenient. And our software installation is easy - we'll guide you through the simple steps to make sure you have Adobe Flash Player, Adobe AIR and the Sheet Music Plus AIR application. Learn more
$3.99

Pages: 2
Instruments: Tenor Saxophone, Saxophone, Woodwinds
We've Been Blessed - Tenor Sax (Trombone 2 sub) by Keith Wilkerson. Orchestra. For Tenor Sax (Trombone 2 sub). Concert; Contemporary; Sacred. Individual instrument part. 1 pages. Duration 4:30. Published by Hal Leonard - Digital Sheet Music (HX.94824). This item is an individual part from the epak. It is not recommended to purchase this as a solo piece. About Digital Print Sheet Music Digital Print is printable sheet music available anytime, anywhere. Just purchase, print and play! View your online sheet music at home, school, work or anywhere you have a computer connected to the Internet. With Digital Print, you can print your digital sheet music immediately after purchase, or wait until its convenient. And our software installation is easy - we'll guide you through the simple steps to make sure you have Adobe Flash Player, Adobe AIR and the Sheet Music Plus AIR application. Learn more
$6.00

Pages: 1
Instruments: Tenor Saxophone, Trombone, Saxophone, Woodwinds, Brass