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Variations by Hetu. For piano solo. Published by Leslie Music Publications (LE.DER1522).
Variations by Moisse. For piano solo. Published by Leslie Music Publications (LE.DER1553).
Divertimento - Score by Dela. For Brass Quintet. Score. Published by Leslie Music Publications (LE.DER1627A).
Divertimento - Parts by Dela. For Brass Quintet. Parts. Published by Leslie Music Publications (LE.DER1627B).
Medieval Duets by Coles. For recorder duets. Published by Leslie Music Publications (LE.DER1711).
Honey On Toast by Offenheim. Elementary. Published by Leslie Music Publications (LE.DER1729).
O CANADA - CD. Elementary. Published by Leslie Music Publications (LE.DER9085).
Method for Recorder Book 1 Alto CD by Duschenes. For alto recorder. Recorder method. Published by Leslie Music Publications (LE.DERDCD3).
Sea Pictures by King. For piano duet. Published by Leslie Music Publications (LE.LES1150).
Fetch. (for Piano and Narrator). By Derek Bermel. For Narrator, Piano. Peermusic Classical. 12 pages. Peermusic #70026-501. Published by Peermusic (HL.102706). ISBN 1476814449. 8.5x11 inches.
Jubilatéo (Fanfare and Allegro) by Samuel R. Hazo. For Concert Band (Score). MusicWorks Grade 5. Grade 5. Softcover. 28 pages. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.4003344). Commissioned for the 100th anniversary of the Calgary Stampede Showband of Calgary, Alberta, Samuel Hazo has created a stunning and inspired work for mature players. The title (taken from the Latin phrase “Jubilate Deo”) is indicative of the pervading sense of ceremony and jubilation. Bookended with a broad and powerful fanfare, the exuberant allegro section features a spirited pulse with mixed meters and soaring melodies. A dynamic percussion score is inherent throughout the work all the way to the dramatic finish. Dur: 5:00.
Position 3 Violin Book And Cd. De Haske Play-Along Book. 28 pages. Hal Leonard #1013117. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.44007330). ISBN 9043115835. 9x12 inches.
Computer Music Special Issue - #57. Computer Music Special Issues. 98 pages. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.77771075). The complete guide to making music - for beginners.
A Beautiful Way to Start Playing Guitar (DVD) by Dworsky Alan. For guitar. Beginning. DVD. Published by Dancing Hands (MB.30101DVD). ISBN 796279113151. Too many beginners get frustrated and quit the guitar. Why? Because the left hand - the hand that makes the chords - is too hard at first in standard tuning.DADGAD tuning solves that problem. You can make beautiful chords easily with just one or two fingers This frees you up to focus on the right hand, the hand that generates the rhythm. And that's going to make it possible for you to sound like a real guitar player right from the start.In this video, Alan Dworsky gives you clear instruction that goes nice ...more.
Guitarist Magaine Presents - 100 Guitar Heroes. Guitarist. 258 pages. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.77771505). 100 Guitar Heroes 2013 edition is a unique collection of interviews and profiles from Guitarist, Total Guitar and Guitar Techniques. Featuring interviews with and profiles of many of the key guitar players across multiple genres, delving into their influences and motivations and players, the guitars and gear they used, how they recorded some of their most famous music and much more besides. Jimi Hendrix, eric Clapton, Joe Bonamassa, B.B. King, Mark Knopfler, and many more.
Prelude #3 by Christopher Deane. Timpani Solo. For timpani solo with percussion (4 Timpani, Gongkagui, Songba, Djun-Djun (or sub Cowbell, Small Tom-tom, Kick Drum respectively)). Book. Published by Innovative Percussion (IP.T-CD-PR3). Composer's notes: Prelude No. 3 was written for John Feddersen, principal timpanist with the North Carolina Symphony, who premiered the work at the 1994 North Carolina Day of Percussion. I am always interested in combining the varied musical interests of certain players. John was and continues to be very interested in West African djembe. I have honored those interests by integrating West African instruments into the instrumentation. The piece also contains rhythmic ideas inspired by, but not derived from, West African drumming traditions.
Half Remembered City by Dai Fujikura. MGB. 32 pages. Ricordi #RICL129. Published by Ricordi (HL.50496475).
Elegia No. 4 by Teresa Catalan. For piano. 16 pages. Duration 05:30. Published by Piles Editorial de Musica (PD.PIL1312).
Zambra by Antonio Fornet. For piano. 16 pages. Duration 07:00. Published by Piles Editorial de Musica (PD.PIL1387).
Joy in All Things - Score only by Brian Balmages. For symphonic band. FJH Symphonic Band. Grade 4. Score only. Duration 6:00. Published by The FJH Music Company Inc (FJ.B1498S). This exuberant expression of joy begins with a series of brass fanfares punctuated by percussion interludes and woodwind flourishes. Moving between bold multi-meter sections and lighter passages, the opening music propels forward until a reflective cente.
Metal - Score only by Brian Balmages. For symphonic band. FJH Symphonic Band. Grade 5. Score only. Duration 3:15. Published by The FJH Music Company Inc (FJ.B1501S). Inspired by both metallic sounds and heavy metal, this opener or closer is intense in every sense of the word! Aggressive multi-meter passages soon move into dazzling fanfares that play with shifting tonalities before eventually resolving to a brilliant.
Master of the March - Score only arranged by Chris Sharp. For symphonic band. FJH Concert Band. Grade 3.5. Score only. Duration 3:30. Published by The FJH Music Company Inc (FJ.B1517S). Can't decided which march to play? Then consider this wonderful arrangement that combines three of the most beloved and well-known marches by Bagley and Sousa! After a patriotic flavored opening, the music moves into strains of National Emblem, The Thu.
Karate (Everybody's Everything) by Tyron Moss and Milton Brown. Arranged by Patrick Moore. For Multi Percussion Ensemble. Part(s); Percussion - Ensemble; Score. Alfred's Pop Percussion Ensemble Series. Grade 3. 44 pages. Published by Alfred Music Publishing (AP.40775). ISBN 0739094750. "Everybody's Everything" is one of the featured singles on the band Santana's second self-titled album. The song hit No. 12 in 1972 on the Hot 100 charts, and features a solo by future Journey guitarist Neal Schon. The marimba 1 and 2 parts have been written so they can be performed on the same marimba, or on separate marimbas if preferred. The electric bass part can also be doubled on a bass marimba if available.
Arabian Fire Dance (score only) by Ed Keifer. For concert band (Piccolo Flute 1 Flute 2 Oboe (optional) Bassoon (optional) Bb Clarinet 1 Bb Clarinet 2 Bb Bass Clarinet Eb Alto Saxophone Bb Tenor Saxophone Eb Baritone Saxophone Bb Trumpet 1 Bb Trumpet 2 F Horn Trombone Euphonium Baritone T.C. Tuba Timpani (4 drums) Per). Grade 2.5. Score only. Duration 4:45. Published by C. Alan Publications (CN.18781). Evoking images of belly dancers wielding swirling balls of fire on strings, Arabian Fire Dance weaves together a tapestry of celebration, danger & dance. Using repeated syncopated ostinatos and doublings in all the right places, Kiefer introduces students to Eastern scales, harmonies and rhythms in a highly accessible and idiomatic environment.Arabian Fire Dance is a type of entertainment combining Egyptian belly-dancing with fire. Performers use balls of fire on strings, swirling them around their bodies as they dance. Using torches and flammable liquids, they give the illusion of spitting fireballs and create a combination of danger and dance that is used at celebrations and parties all over the world. This piece was written to have fun! The low reeds, tuba, trombones and baritone all have a unison syncopated bass line that gives the composition a dance groove. The beginning should be boisterous, except for the interlude at m. 17 which is softer, and should build to m. 40. From there, it recedes to the alto saxophone solo at m. 56. The piece gradually rebuilds from the solo until the end, with the dance tempo never slowing down. Although the eastern scale necessitates a skip of an augmented second at times, it is repetitive enough the students will learn it quickly. I hope you, your students and your audience all enjoy this composition. Have fun! - Ed Kiefer.