Written by Karl L. King around 1925, this "barnstormer" has an enchanting mystical sound. Edited to be accessible by young/small bands. (Medium)
Named in honor of Gustav Holst's birthtown, this "typically British" style march opens with bravura and exciting, jaunty rhythms. And, of course, a folksy "legato-marcato" trio section. (Medium Easy)
HouseTop March
A delightful, easy rendition of "Up on the House Top" cast in march style. You can even hear the reindeer on the roof. Kids love it! (Very Easy)
March Baptíste
A light-hearted piece using standard gospel tunes cast in march form. Woven among the two predominant melodies are 8 other "snippets" of hymn tunes . . . can your audience find them? (Medium Easy)
March of the Czar's Brigade
A grade 1.5 march with a distinctive Russian flavor. Ideal for contest! (Medium Easy) Ideal for bands with weak trombone sections.
A re-scoring of Sousa's famous march, this setting has the band singing along - literally! (Medium) As a short march, it is ideal for saving chops at contest.
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