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Cover Title Catalog # Description Price Grade

Hymn for Band, A

Ron White

CO10082
Commissioned for the Port Arthur, Texas, Centennial Celebration, this work is a beautiful setting of the well-known hymn Nearer My God To Thee. This one is sure to be a band and audience favorite. $30.00
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In Sheldon Glen

Clancy Weeks

CO10109
Composed for the C.E. King Middle School Band in Sheldon, Texas, this is pastoral work with easy melodies and lush harmonies. Perfect for your young band. $30.00
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Toomsuba

Scott Johnson

CO10158
$50.00
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Who's Doing That?

Randy Dunn

CO10100
This is a great tune for a beginning band! Every section gets to make their statement. $30.00
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Eight Warm-Up Chorales

Clancy Weeks

CO10090
These chorales are in the standard band keys and their relative minors. The set is graduated from easy to moderate, and the harmonies get progressively more lush. A great teaching and warm-up tool for your young band. $25.00
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Eventide

Preston Hazzard

CO10107
Composed for the 2000–2001 Marcus High School Concert Band, and dedicated to Whitney and Caitlyn Hazzard, this is a beautifully constructed work. The harmonies are complex and lush, and the brass choir in the middle is a heavenly sound. $35.00
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On the Southern Trail

Clancy Weeks

CO10089
Layered melodies and lush harmonies allow even young bands to sound their best. The melodic treatments in this work make this a fun piece to rehearse. $40.00
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Overwood Hill

Scott Johnson

CO10159
$50.00
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Star Spangled Banner, The

Clancy Weeks

CO10165
A fresh arrangement of our National Anthem written with class and reverence $35.00
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Veni Emanuelle

Ron White

CO10093
Perfect for your next Christmas concert. This is a setting of the hymn “O Come, O Come Emmanuel.” $35.00
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Waiting

Kenneth Booker

CO10116
While this work is the second movement of Ken’s Suite for Band, it’s melodic and harmonic complexity allow it to stand alone. A truly beautiful and profound work for band. $30.00
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Bellerophon's Ride

Clancy Weeks

CO10013
Bellerophon was a hero of Greek mythology, who, while riding upon Pegasus, slew the Chimera. This overture captures the excitement of that ride, while the beautifully melodic middle section will show off your band’s musicianship. The instrumentation is kept purposely small, and liberal cues and doubling allow even small bands to sound big and full. $45.00
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Call of Significance,The

Rob Tucker

CO10108
This work was written for the Howard Payne University Symphonic Band in memory of Dr. Al Tucker. $45.00
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Cascades

Clancy Weeks

CO10166
A fast-paced depiction of falling water across the United States. The work is based on the first five notes of the opening theme, and the middle section is a beautiful adventure down the flowing streams that feed the nation's waterfalls.

This will be fun for the entire band!
$50.00
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Cry Freedom!

Clancy Weeks

CO10169
Cry Freedom is a work intended to evoke the feelings surrounding the protests for freedom and equality all over the world in 2011. The music has a drive and rhythm that seems to be "falling forward," with a pulsing juggernaut of an accompaniment that speaks to the inevitability of political change. $65.00
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Lifeforce Overture

Rob Tucker

CO10115
$50.00
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O Holy Night

Clancy Weeks

CO10164
O Holy Night ("Cantique de Noël") is a well-known Christmas carol composed by Adolphe Adam in 1847 to the French poem "Minuit, chrétiens" by Placide Cappeau (1808-1877). Cappeau was asked to write a Christmas poem by a parish priest, and over the years it has become a standard modern carol.

This setting for band removes some of the obstacles found in most band arrangements of this work, and leaves only the pure warmth of the original. Playable by almost any level of high school ensemble.
$50.00
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To Touch the Wind

Clancy Weeks

CO10123
Dedicated to the memory of Julie Gilstrap, a student who was taken long before her time. The melody for this piece comes from an old Celtic ballad “Down by the Sally Gardens,” but the title comes from the quote by naturalist Hal Borland : “There are no limits to either time or space, only those such as man may make for himself. I have but to touch the wind to know these things.” $50.00
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Wayfaring Stranger

Kenneth Booker

CO10122
This work was commissioned by the Highland Middle School Honors Band, Eagle Mountain Saginaw I.S.D., in memory of Joseph Akeman. This is a lovely work that can be performed by many young bands. $45.00
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We Commit These Souls

Clancy Weeks

CO10161
Band arrangement of the woodwind choir. $50.00
3

Black Water Scenes

Kenneth Booker

CO10104
This four-movement programmatic work depicts the sights and sounds in and around the “black water” areas of East Texas. Listen carefully, and you’ll even hear the birds in the trees. $70.00
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Perpetual Motion

Clancy Weeks

CO10005
The title of this piece indicates that the opening melody should be thought of as a continuous unbroken line from start to finish. Each section of the ensemble (with the exception of the trombones) take their turns with the melody, with numerous solos sprinkled throughout. A little polymeter and polytonality add to the interest and excitement of this band and audience pleaser. $80.00
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Suite for Band

Kenneth Booker

CO10096
One of Ken’s best works—each movement is beautifully self-contained. $70.00
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Variation Suite

Clancy Weeks

CO10002
With just a couple of exceptions, every melody in this suite is based on the sixteen measure opening theme of the first movement. The second movement features soprano saxophone (though cued for oboe or clarinet) with a beautifully lyrical melody, while the third movement is a toe-tapper from start to finish! Don’t tell anyone, but even though the third movement is titled Scherzo, it’s really just a 6/8 da capo march--with a twist! $80.00
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Areopagus

Clancy Weeks

CO10006
Areopagus was the supreme tribunal of ancient Athens that would meet on the hill of the same name. The form of the piece is a standard classical rondo, and the melodic material is primarily modal. The middle section features French horns, while the return of the opening theme is sparked by the percussion section. The coda is a rollicking tour-de-force of overlapping themes, keys, and meters. Great fun for the entire band! $95.00
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Cripple Creek

Clancy Weeks

CO10162
In the summer of 1891 Bob Womack discovered gold in the Cripple Creek region of Colorado near Colorado Springs, setting off the Cripple Creek Gold Rush. In his euphoria (otherwise known as a drunken stupor) he sold his claim for $500 in cash. By the fall of 1891 the Cripple Creek Gold Camp had grown up around the area and was teeming with hopeful miners.

The first movement of this work, Poverty Gulch (so named because Bob Womack had search the area for 12 years without ever finding gold), is a depiction of one woman’s accidental discovery in that area (while elk watching, of all things) of a particularly rich vein—ending with her sneaking back to town with her hidden samples to stake a claim.

A Chuisla Mo Chroi (the pulse of my heart) is an impression of the prospector’s emotions as they search for their heart’s desire. There is a longing and heartache that all prospectors feel—sometimes for the strike they never make, or for the girl they left behind.

Mining the Mollie Kathleen is more march than jig. It is a simple description of the elation all prospectors must feel when they make that first discovery of gold.
$90.00
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On Infinity's Shore

Clancy Weeks

CO10012
This exciting work begins with a sparkling mass of sound from the upper woodwinds and mallet percussion. The first five notes in the flutes outline the basic motif from which the entire work is derived. The recapitulation is the reverse of the beginning, creating a bow-form ABCBA with an extended coda that sprints all the way to the end! $70.00
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Where Heroes Are Forged

Clancy Weeks

CO10150
Dedicated to Leo Weeks and the other surviving members of the last brave crew of the U.S.S. Franklin (CV-13). This World War II aircraft carrier, known as "Big Ben" and "The Ship That Wouldn't Die," is still the most decorated ship in the U.S. Navy and boasts two Congressional Medal of Honor winners. This work for band is a series of impressions of the life of that great ship and her fearless crew. $75.00
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The Joker's Return

Clancy Weeks

MA10127
The third (and final) in a series of marches for young band. This is the most approachable of the three. $35.00
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Three Kings and A Joker

Clancy Weeks

MA10102
The first in a series of easy marches. Your young band will enjoy the fun opening strain, easy trio, and even the “dogfight.” A showpiece for your clarinets. $35.00
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Ants On Parade

Clancy Weeks

MA10128
Commissioned by Jennifer Snyder for the Tarkington High School Band. A fun little concert march that's not too demanding for the intermediate-level group. $35.00
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Magnificent Triumph

Robert Geisler

MA10101
Co-written with Al Sturchio. A toe-tapping march in the great tradition. The trio is especially nice. $35.00
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The Joker's Revenge

Clancy Weeks

MA10121
The second in a series of three marches for young band. This is the most difficult of the three, but still completely playable by most groups. $45.00
3

Wildcat, The

Rob Tucker

MA10151
Concert March. $35.00
3
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Sonata for Tuba and Piano

Kenneth Booker

SO10153
$15.00
5
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Yesterday's Light

Clancy Weeks

SE10170
This piece for four horns is deceptively difficult, and requires very mature players. The payoff is a gorgeous ending that your audience will love. $20.00
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We Commit These Souls

Clancy Weeks

ME10148
Woodwind Choir. This is the middle section of a larger work (Where Heroes Are Forged) for full concert band. It is a beautiful work that's all about tension and release. $25.00
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Gaelic Suite, A

Clancy Weeks

ME10154
(Woodwind Choir) Commissioned by Mike Boninsegna for the North Shore High School Band in Galena Park, Texas, and dedicated to Miss Ellie Cleveland. It is a collection of Irish folk tunes in three movements; or, as the composer likes to say "Two tasty cookies wrapped around a lush velvety center." Good enough to eat! $30.00
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Grigsby's Bluff

Clancy Weeks

ME10152
Brass choir in honor of the original settlement later incorporated as the city of Port Neches. $20.00
4

Kirkwood

Clancy Weeks

ME10168
Kirkwood is a work devoted to the history of the town and its "founder" James P. Kirkwood. As Kirkwood was born in Edinburgh, Scotland, the piece is intended to emulate the music of the Scottish Pipe Bands and its folk song traditions.

The first movement, Battle for the Bell, is a march in 4. The optional percussion is intended to add to the martial nature of the music, as a group of warriors prepare for battle.

The second movement, Missouri River Runner, is a slow strathspey in 3, and is intended to be evocative of a peaceful train ride—without the usual "train" musical trappings. The middle section of this movement is an impression of the journey as the train passes by and over the Missouri River.

Greentree Parade, the final movement, is a reel, and is a rousing finale to the entire work.
$30.00
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Washington Fanfare

Clancy Weeks

ME10149
Brass choir composed for the Dallas Wind Symphony Brass. $25.00
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