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Ride On, Ride On in Majesty (Parts) by Daniel Kallman. For SATB choir (opt. children's choir),organ, opt. trumpet. Medium-Easy. Parts. Published by MorningStar Music Publishers (MN.50-3512A).
$10.00

Instruments: Choir, Organ, B-Flat Trumpet, Vocal, Piano and Keyboard, Trumpet, Brass
Genres: Christian, Religious
Winner of the 2007 TODA Composition Contest, this work features all sections of the orchestra with healthy percussion parts and beautiful woodwind and brass chorales. A driving theme in E minor frames slower, more lyric chorale sections. The recording is by the Austin Youth Symphony.
$10.00

Instruments: Choir, Percussion, Brass, Vocal
SATB/optional Brass quartet, handbells (3) and congregation.2 Trumpets/2 Trombones General A triumphant expression of praise, with a new text that expresses the faith, outreach, and bold vision of the church in the community. Based on the familiar hymn tune DARWALL'S 148TH. Not difficult.---Bell parts are included in the octavo.
$10.00

Instruments: Choir, Trumpet, Trombone, Handbell, Brass, Bells, Handbells, Vocal, Percussion
$10.00

Instruments: Trumpet, Brass
Joyous, festive carol setting.
$10.00

Instruments: Brass
This festive concertato is the perfect Easter Sunday opener. From the choral introit to the inclusion of congregation on the familiar Easter Hymn to the optional brass and bells, this anthem pulls out all the stops in a resurrection celebration!
$10.00

Instruments: Choir, Handbell, Brass, Bells, Vocal, Percussion
This anthem has an antiphonal feel as the voices and brass play off of each other. The melody and accompaniment are exultant and victorious, as is fitting for such a glorious proclamation. The text, so often used in funeral and memorial services, is an expression of hope and comfort which is appropriate any time. I Am the Resurrection and the Life emphasizes the basic gospel message of John 11:25 with joyful and powerful music. Includes optional soprano solo. Organ accompaniment may be enhanced with optional brass quartet
$10.00

Instruments: Choir, Organ, Organ Accompaniment, Brass, Other, Vocal, Piano and Keyboard
Horn and Cello Duet book.
$10.00

Instruments: Horn, Cello, Brass, Strings
$10.00

Instruments: Horn, Brass
Shaped note singing is an early American tradition handed down from Colonial times, and still thrives today thanks in part to the well-known book The Sacred Harp. (Songs from this book were featured in the 2003 motion picture Cold Mountain.) In creating this distinctive and attractive setting for band, Johnnie Vinson uses the following traditional shaped note songs: The Morning Trumpet, Hallelujah, I'm Going Home, and Warrenton. Dur: 8:15
$10.00

Instruments: Harp, Trumpet, Strings, Brass
Euphonium solo with concert band
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Instruments: Euphonium, Brass
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Instruments: Trumpet, Brass
Stephen Bulla strikes gold again with this accessible but jazzy trombone section feature. There is plenty of rhythmic fun for everyone while the trombones get that important time out front. The old spiritual The Gospel Train lends itself beautifully to a swing-jazz treatment, and if there's anyone who knows how to bring the jazz idiom to the concert band setting it's Stephen Bulla. If you prefer, two trombone soloists can be featured while the rest of the section plays along on the euphonium part. Your band will want to do this one again and again, and so will you - so Get On Board!
$10.00

Instruments: Trombone, Brass
TBB with Brass Ensemble.
$10.00

Instruments: Choir, Vocal, Brass
Canadian Brass.
$10.00

Instruments: Brass
For brass sextet: 2 trumpets, French horn, 2 trombones and tuba.
$10.00

Instruments: Horn, Trumpet, Trombone, Tuba, Brass
This dazzling Trumpet section showcase is reminiscent of the music of Bill Chase. You'll need strong players, but the top note in the lead Trumpet is only a written "C" and the unison line is quite playable, so it should be accessible to many high school groups. The band will love digging into this one-it's got attitude!
$10.00

Instruments: Trumpet, Brass
This freewheeling chart was written for the Penfield Commission Project in New York. The cool, understated first chorus sets the stage for a swinging ensemble section that melts into the 3/4 development section. The rhythm section and Trumpet soloist set up a half-time shuffle before the ensemble shout chorus.
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Instruments: Trumpet, Brass
This new composition redefines the jazz ensemble ballad. Exotic timbres and vertical sonorities evoke cerulean blue colors that make this true "chamber music" for your ensemble. Using effects drawn from Romantic music of the late nineteenth century, muted Brass, saxophones, guitar, bass and drums combine to create lush backdrops for the showcased tenor sax and piano soloists.
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Instruments: Piano, Guitar, Bass Guitar, Drums, Brass, Piano and Keyboard, Percussion
Of course! If you do any concerts at elementary schools or are looking for the perfect way to showcase each section in your jazz ensemble, this composition is a must. Starting with the bass, the narrator introduces each of the rhythm section instruments; then the alto, tenor and baritone saxes, followed by the trombones and finally, the trumpets. The styles range from a New Orleans "second line" beat to a bossa nova to a great "Killer Joe" groove. All of it is tied together beautifully with the narration and is sure to be a highlight of any program. The narrator does not need to be a musician, so enlist the help of your principal, superintendent, board member or music parent. Performance time is approximately 7 minutes.
$10.00

Instruments: Choir, Trumpet, Trombone, Bass Guitar, Vocal, Brass, Guitar