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2.a. IF you know the composer of the piece, follow the same instructions as above. Every band arrangement by that composer will appear. By clicking on the title, you can see the description, listen in full, and see a page of instrumentation.
3.a. IF you would like to look around and see what is there, click on Menu, then Catalogue, and you can see every piece that is available through the website. The list shows: Title, Composer, Options if any (whether Christmas, Solo, or optional Chorus), Grade of Difficulty, and Duration. By clicking on the title, you can see the description, listen in full, and see a page of instrumentation.
b. Follow 1.b. and 1.c. above.
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- The Holly and The Ivy
- Festival Coronation March
Peter I. Tchaikowsky
- Coronation March from Le Prophete
- Entry March of the Boyars
- Gaelic Symphony IV. Allegro di molto
- Petite Suite de Concert (Complete)
- Petite Suite de Concert, No. 4
- Petite Suite de Concert, No. 3
- Petite Suite de Concert, No. 2
- Petite Suite de Concert, No. 1
- Chorale Prelude and Fugue
Johann Sebastian Bach
- Ballade in A Minor – Samuel Coleridge-Taylor
- Piano Concerto No. 2 – Complete
- Piano Concerto No. 2, 1st mvmt.
- Symphony No. 3 (Organ) Finale
- Symphony No. 3 (Organ) in two movements
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I hope you will have as much fun as I did re-listening to all the pieces.
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Please note that arrangements written for combined band and chorus have the choral parts shown in the conductor’s score as reference, but the individual parts are not included in the download. The choral parts may be purchased separately as needed from a local music store or a distributor.
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This recent addition is history-making!
In these days of severe political, cultural and social unrest, I don’t know of a more poignant and timely piece to present to your audience than The American Rhapsody, with libretto and narration by Aaron Dworkin, and music by Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, arranged for Concert/Wind Band by Paul Noble. Please take a few moments to listen to the audio file: https://www.bandmusicpdf.net/music/the-american-rhapsody/
Imagine the words that you hear were written over 200 years ago by America’s first president, George Washington. The American Rhapsody is a tribute to the ideals of courage, freedom and commitment while also serving as a story of vulnerability and the progression of humanity through the great injustices which plague our history. The victories and agonies of our past not only resonate with but inform our present as our nation seeks to find a pathway toward a more unified future.
It has been my joy to become acquainted with Aaron Dworkin, the person responsible for this piece! You can appreciate some of his achievements here: https://www.aarondworkin.com/ and https://hub.jhu.edu/magazine/2019/summer/aaron-dworkin-sphinx-organization/
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— John Rutter, Huntingdon, UK
Dr. Noble has shown great interest in my music which I am very humbled by. His reputation in the world of concert bands is legion and I cannot think of anyone I would rather entrust my music to in the matter of arranging for the medium. I am very grateful that he has taken on this task and in so doing introduced my music to a totally new body of music makers.”
— Philip Lane, Cheltenham, UK
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— Gareth Glyn, Anglesey, Wales