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Instruments: Recorder, Triangle, Woodwinds, Percussion
A novel piece featuring your triangle player or a local celebrity (teacher or principal) playing the triangle. Playable with limited instrumentation. Very easy , but also very effective, it ll be a great audience pleaser at your next concert!Andy Clark is a composer/arranger with a diverse background of musical and publishing experiences. He spent 4 years as chief arranger and featured trombonist and drummer with the U.S. Air Force CONAC BAND. After his discharge, Andy was a very successful high school band director and music supervisor for the Rose Hill, Kansas, Public Schools. In 1976 he resigned his teaching position to devote full time to a growing music publishing business, Norman Lee Publishing. Andy has over 250 band numbers published with five publishers, and has served as a clinician at events in 28 states.
Instruments: Triangle, Percussion
Inspired by processional music of the medieval period, this work includes hand drum, tambourine and triangle which embellish the ornamented melodic lines. The text, loosely based on words by Hildegard of Bingen, enhance the graceful and buoyant music.
Instruments: Triangle, Tambourine, Percussion
2-3 octaves with optional triangle (or finger cymbals), tambourine, and hand drum o Christmas o Level 1 o The optional percussion instruments add festive flavor to this processional and carol setting. The percussion sets the tempo for the processing ringers, making it easy for them to feel the beat and rhythm pattern. The processional may also be played "at the tables" before the carol arrangement begins. Suggestions are given for tailoring this easy Christmas piece to your situation.
Instruments: Percussion, Handbell, Cymbal, Triangle
Here is another incredible work from the pen of Deborah Baker Monday. It's a colorful, exciting piece about the adventures on a British ship dating back to the 16th century. Adding to fun are parts for triangle, tambourines, and bass drums. The Arethusa is correlated to Artistry in Strings, Book 2, Unit III.
Instruments: Bass Guitar, Drums, Strings, Other, Triangle, Guitar, Percussion
Instruments: Flute, Triangle, Woodwinds, Percussion
Light and lilting, Gesu Bambino comes to new life with Benjamin Harlan's musical touch. The optional finger cymbals (or triangle) and flute (or oboe) will add special color. The harmonies are tastefully altered here and there, offering some warm surprises. Let us adore him is repeated sustaining a mood of reverence at the manger. Available for purchase separately: SATB.
Instruments: Choir, Flute, Oboe, Cymbal, Triangle, Vocal, Woodwinds, Percussion
For six players. Instrumentation: bells, maracas, triangle, guiro, snare drum, timpani, hand claps.
Instruments: Percussion, Timpani, Snare Drum, Bells, Triangle, Drums
This exciting work is based on two sources: a traditional Spanish song and a traditional Creole-Argentenian song. The opening has a slow tempo and wimple rhythms, followed by a lively, celebrative dance. The percussion builds throughout, beginning with a triangle and tom-tom, then adds tambourine, and ends with everybody s favorite the vibraslap. SSA, Piano, Percussion.
Instruments: Choir, Piano, Percussion, Triangle, Vocal, Piano and Keyboard
This syncopated and vibrant psalm setting will be accessible and impressive in performance. An excellent choice for concert, festival and contest. Includes parts for optional percussion (Sus. Cymbal, Triangle and Castanets). Performance Time: Approx. 2:40
Instruments: Choir, Percussion, Cymbal, Triangle, Vocal
This hauntingly beautiful piece is one of Maurice Ravel's most popular piano works. Robert W. Smith's transcription for winds contrasts a 'music box' effect in bells and triangle against the dynamic rise and fall of the winds. Written as a contest/festival/concert work, it will also serve as a warmup chorale. A great teaching piece!
Instruments: Choir, Piano, Bells, Triangle, Vocal, Piano and Keyboard, Percussion
Written with flute and piccolo or optional alto sax, this chart has lots of optional percussion to drive the bossa style. Cuica, triangle, cowbell, and shaker can be added to build up the intensity. Changes are written for flute, trumpet, and trombone. Wr About the FJH Advanced Jazz Ensemble (Grades 4
Instruments: Choir, Flute, Trumpet, Trombone, Percussion, Triangle, Vocal, Woodwinds, Brass
Instruments: Triangle, Percussion
Powerful from beginning to end, veteran composer Joshua Missal evokes the images of gladiators and their challenges. Also including snare, drum, bass drum and triangle, the composition also features a cello solo in the somber, reflective section.
Instruments: Choir, Cello, Bass Guitar, Percussion, Strings, Triangle, Vocal, Guitar
Suspended Cymbal, Timpani, Tambourine, Triangle, Trumpet 1/2, Trombone 1/2,.
Instruments: Trumpet, Trombone, Percussion, Timpani, Brass, Cymbal, Triangle
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Instruments: Percussion, Other, Triangle
Considered To Be A Strange Combination of Instruments, The Triangle Does Much to Enhance the Style and Intricacy of the Tuba Line. Grade 4-5.
Instruments: Tuba, Triangle, Brass, Percussion
3 Horns plus Rhythm (Grade 4-5) (Stitt)
Instruments: Horn, Triangle, Brass, Percussion
The instrumental parts are available for rent. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org. Orchestration: Harpschd or pno, Gtr, Str Bass; Perc(3 players): 2 tnr drums (Bombo Argentino) 2 tom-toms (tumbadoras), Triangle (Triangulos), Jingles (cascabeles), Small Gong, Temple Wdblcks (cocos), Snr Drum with Brushes (Tambor).
Instruments: Choir, Harp, Bass Guitar, Drums, Triangle, Vocal, Strings, Guitar, Percussion
This workbook provides a variety of activities designed to help children strengthen their math readiness skills. The material serves as an introduction to the curriculum in most basic mathematics texts. The pages are presented in a suggested order, but may be used in any order which best meets a child's needs. Parents who wish their children to prepare for further math instruction will find the book as helpful as classroom teachers will find it. The exercises are presented so that a child can work with a minimum of supervision. The following skills are presented to prepare children for further math instruction: size and position discrimination, ordinal numbers (first, second, third), shapes (circle, square, rectangle, triangle), number recognition (through 10), number concepts (1 through 10), and number words. Return Policy Exception: This product can not be returned. But it can be exchanged if defective, for the exact same title.
Instruments: Triangle, Percussion
This is one of those rare Advent anthems which is up-beat. Jan McGuire has fashioned a text that emphasizes the four traditional themes of Advent: hope, peace, love and joy. The melody and joyous accompaniment, with optional Flute and triangle, underscore the refrain's message of prophetic fulfillment: "Waiting for the promise, joyful news to tell: God will soon be with us. Come, Emmanuel!".
Instruments: Choir, Flute, Triangle, Vocal, Woodwinds, Percussion
Utilizing passages from the Psalms, this new Deborah Govenor creation lightly dances. From the opening, it soon moves to a legato contrasting section followed by a reprise of the opening theme to a driving conclusion. The optional triangle will add rhythmic interest and heighten the celebrative theme.
Instruments: Choir, Triangle, Vocal, Percussion
Orchestra, Sheet Music Download, Level 1 to 1.5. Composer: Mike Hannickel. Writer: Mike Hannickel.
Instruments: Bass Guitar, Triangle, Guitar, Percussion
Here's a unique way to add some fun to your program. Staged with a featured player, this piece unfolds with numerous missed opportunities for the triangle soloist (maybe a local celebrity, like the principal, mayor, or a special teacher), and culminates with a big finish - concerto style.
Instruments: Strings, Triangle, Percussion