Gustav Mahler - Symphony No. 1 Finale (Concert Band Transcription)
Symphony No. 1 Finale was composed by Gustav Mahler 1860â€”1911 and edited / arranged by George Schneider in 2015 for Ayotte Custom Music. It is in the key of D Minor and has a running time of 1023. It is voiced for Concert Band
Henry Fillmore - Rolling Thunder (Concert Band Version)
Rolling Thunder is a circus march written by Fillmore in 1918. Fillmore, an aficionado of circus music and himself a trombone player in a few circus bands, wrote this march with a challenging part for trombone. Transcribed here for Concert Band.
John Clifford Heed (1862-1908) was known as the March Wizard, and has more than 60 published marches to his credit. In Storm and Sunshine was one of his earliest works, and it remains his most popular work to this day. It has all the ingredients for a great march, and this new edition by Marc Oliver provides a fresh new approach to the long time favorite.
Invincible Eagle March, The was composed by John Philip Sousa 1854â€”1932 and edited / arranged by Marc Oliver in 2014 for Ayotte Custom Music. It is in the key of F Major and has a running time of 339. It is voiced for Concert Band