Six Pieces for Beginning Steel Band$100.00 Select options
This series was commissioned specifically to provide quality steel band music for beginning steel bands. The six pieces in this collection represent a variety of styles, composers and difficulty and can serve as an entire semester’s repertoire.
Slavonic Dance No. 8$35.00 Select options
An exciting piece with recurring themes, this serves as a great tool for an intermediate ensemble to work on stark dynamic contrasts.
First Arabesque$25.00 Select options
A beautiful duet for double second (or double tenor) and quadraphonic.
Four Trios$30.00 Select options
From Tchaikovsky’s collection of piano music for children, these simple trios are ideal for the beginner’s first foray into chamber ensemble playing.
Floating Serenade$20.00 Select options
Floating Serenade introduces students to classical music on pan.
Be Thou But Near$30.00 Select options
This beautiful aria is often erroneously attributed to J.S. Bach due to its inclusion in the Notebook for Anna Magdalena Bach, but was most likely written by the German composer Gottfried Heinrich Stölzel.
Sarabande and Double$30.00 Select options
This Sarabande is a slow dance movement from Bach’s first Partita for solo violin.
Moonlight Sonata$30.00 Select options
One of Beethoven’s most memorable and beautiful melodies, the Adagio Sostenuto from Sonata No.14 is sure to delight any audience.
La Tambourin$10.00 Select options
This lively refrain and variations from the French Baroque master gives the intermediate to advanced soloist a chance to show off the agility required of runs, turns and ornamental figures at a rapid pace.
Clair de Lune$40.00 Select options
One of Debussy’s more recognizable and crowd-pleasing pieces, this arrangement is a challenging piece to perform not for its technical requirements, but more for its expressive demands (dynamics and tempo) and the ability for the ensemble to listen to one another.