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Southern Citadel (For Concert Band) Concert Band
$19.95
Southern Citadel (For Concert Band) Concert Band
Citadel was composed to commemorate the 150th anniversary of The University of Kansas (1865 to 2015.) It begins with optional offstage chimes (one or two sets [opt.]) to depict the daily ringing of the bells in KU's World War II Memorial Campanile. Trumpets introduce a fanfare-like figure that quickly evolves into the opening theme of the work. As the music settles and becomes softer, a saxophone choir introduces a slower, more pensive middle theme intended to describe the university's academic nature. A quiet moment at the end of this section hints at the famous Rock Chalk Chant in solo horn before the chimes and fanfare return to end the work in a final, dramatic outburst of sound and color.
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Southern Citadel (For Concert Band) Concert Band
$120.00
Southern Citadel (For Concert Band) Concert Band
Citadel was composed to commemorate the 150th anniversary of The University of Kansas (1865 to 2015.) It begins with optional offstage chimes (one or two sets [opt.]) to depict the daily ringing of the bells in KU's World War II Memorial Campanile. Trumpets introduce a fanfare-like figure that quickly evolves into the opening theme of the work. As the music settles and becomes softer, a saxophone choir introduces a slower, more pensive middle theme intended to describe the university's academic nature. A quiet moment at the end of this section hints at the famous Rock Chalk Chant in solo horn before the chimes and fanfare return to end the work in a final, dramatic outburst of sound and color.
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Southern Credo (For Concert Band) Concert Band Level 3
$12.95
Southern Credo (For Concert Band) Concert Band Level 3
View score sample and audio here If you have a large percussion section, Credo is the perfect piece for your young band. It is very carefully scored and cross-cued, so that almost any size band can perform it. Composed in sonatina form, it is highly energetic and tuneful, and the bass instruments have lots of fun, easy things to play. Like Prairie Winds Festival, Credo is very safely scored, with Piccolo, 2nd Oboe, 2nd Bassoon, Contra-Alto Clarinet, 3rd Trombone and Double Bass parts optional. Ranges are very reasonable; the only sixteenth notes in the piece are in the snare drum.
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Mitchell Mu40c Concert Ukulele Natural
$69.99 $59.99
Mitchell Mu40c Concert Ukulele Natural
The Mitchell MU40C Concert Ukulele provides all the fun of their MU40, now in a larger "concert"-sized body for a bigger sound and excellent projection. The MU40C is designed around a bound lindenwood body for bright, snappy tone and a natural finish for outstanding looks. The bound fingerboard offers comfortable, easy playability for players of any skill level. Features include classic, open-key tuning machines. Plus, the included instructional booklet allows beginners to start playing right out of the box. Case sold separately.Fun-playing concert-sized ukuleleLindenwood top/back/sides with natural finishWhite ABS binding (top/back)Open-gear vintage style tunersBound rosewood fingerboardRosewood bridge14 frets open
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Southern Christimas March (For Concert Band) Concert Band Level 4
$15.95
Southern Christimas March (For Concert Band) Concert Band Level 4
Among Goldman's many contributions to the band's repertoire, his pastiche marches such as Children's March and the Christmas March have been especially popular. Familiar seasonal tunes include Good King Wenceslas, Adeste Fideles, Jingle Bells, It Came Upon the Midnight Clear, The First Nol, Deck the Halls and Hark! the Herald Angels Sing. An optional short coda reduces the playing time to approximately 4:00. A handsome full score and judicious rescoring of the upper woodwinds makes this an ideal alternative for community bands looking for new sounds in a classic, yet familiar style for their December programs.
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