Felix Mendelssohn - Andante from the Reformation symphony
Andante from Mendelssohns reformation symphony was composed by Felix Mendelssohn 1809â€”1847 and edited / arranged by Peter Solomon Gross in 2017 for Ayotte Custom Music. It is in the key of and has a running time of . It is voiced for Solo with Accompaniment
Gaetano Donizetti - Chi me frena in tal momento (Sextet from Lucia di Lammermoor) (Concert Band Transcription)
Chi me frena in tal momento? was composed by Gaetano Donizetti 1797â€”1848 and edited / arranged by Marc Oliver in 2013 for Ayotte Custom Music. It is in the key of Db Major and has a running time of 302. 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.
Jean Sibelius - Be Still My Soul for Solo Voice and Piano
Be Still My Soul was composed by Jean Sibelius 1865â€”1957 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 448. It is voiced for Solo with Accompaniment
Liberty Bell Barch was composed by John Philip Sousa 1854â€”1932 and edited / arranged by Marc Oliver in 2017 for Ayotte Custom Music. It is in the key of F Major and has a running time of 343. It is voiced for Concert Band
The Revival March may not sound familiar to you but dont be alone. John Philip Sousa wrote it in 1876 probably at the tender age of 21 (he was born on Monday 6 November 1854 in Washington D. C.). Even at this point in his life about 4 years prior to his being appointed the 17th Director of the United States Marine Band Sousas writing style was already established. He also had traces of savvy for what the audiences wanted to hear for he used the hymn In the Sweet By and By as the melody for the trio (he did a similar trick later in his life when he used Onward Christian Soldiers written by his good friend Sir Arthur Seymour Sullivan of Gilbert and Sullivan fame as the melody of the trio for his march Power and Glory).