MARCHING
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Below are the Marching Band shows that I have available for purchase at this time. I strive to have a very collaborative environment with all of my clients, so there is great potential for customization with any of these shows.

Pricing will vary based upon what you would like from me (ie. just the wind book vs. winds and percussion, or wind book with changes vs. wind book as is, etc.). Once we come to a consensus on deliverables and finances, I will share all scores, parts, midi mockups and notation files (Sibelius and XML) with you and your team. Copyright fees are NOT included in the price listed and must be obtained by you prior to the delivery of the music.

  • Bloom
  • The Lighthouse
  • Mix Tape
  • Orbit
  • Phoenix
  • The Red Planet
  • Rhapsody
  • Salute
  • Shine
  • Whispers
All shows come with an area of exclusivity (on a first come, first served basis), so please let me know in your initial contact the region(s) you are performing in this season.
 
Finally, movements from different shows can be mixed and matched (some already are), so just communicate what you and your team are looking for and we will work together to guarantee a great product.
 
I look forward to collaborating with you!

Bloom

Featuring music from and inspired by:
Fields of Gold – Sting
Strange Humors – John Mackey
Lux Aurumque – Eric Whitacre
“Spring” from The Four Seasons – Antonio Vivaldi
Progressing through the “seasons” of a blooming flower, Bloom moves the listener through many engaging and approachable textures, melodies and emotions over the course of the show. It features an alto saxophone soloist, a small WW ensemble and brief solos for both trumpet and mellophone.
 
All works listed above are retained by their respective copyright owners. Unless a composition is public domain, any uses will require a licensing agreement before arrangements are sent.
 
(photo credit: Inge Kaiser)
Movements:
Part I – Fields of Gold (00:00-01:35)
Part II – Strange Humors (01:36-03:22)
Part III – Lux Aurumque (03:23-05:49)
Part IV – Spring (05:50-07:53)
Part V – Tag (7:54-8:32)

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The Lighthouse

Featuring music from and inspired by:
Second Suite in F – Gustav Holst
Bacchanale – Charles Tomlinson Griffes
Danny Boy – Traditional
“Ostinato” from Mikrokosmos – Bela Bartok
Sequestered in a lonely lighthouse, our main voice reflects on times spent with their loved one, searches the shore for any evidence of their return, longs deeply for their embrace, and upon a glimpse of hope, is separated once again by a vicious storm. The Lighthouse features a small wind choir, an Irish flute (a regular flute can be substituted-or many other instruments) and an optional vocalist (can be replaced with  a myriad of other solo options).
 
All works listed above are retained by their respective copyright owners. Unless a composition is public domain, any uses will require a licensing agreement before arrangements are sent.
 
(photo credit: Glen Irven)
Movements:
Part I – The Memory (00:00-01:18)
Part II – The Search (01:19-03:45)
Part III – The Longing (03:46-06:34)
Part IV – The Storm (06:35-08:25)

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Mix Tape

Featuring music from and inspired by:
Spirit in the Sky – Norman Greenbaum
Marvel Studios Fanfare – Brian Tyler
Mr. Blue Sky – Electric Light Orchestra
Father and Son – Yusuf/Cat Stevens
Surrender – Cheap Trick
Fun, timeless music for ANYONE to enjoy! Mix Tape features a baritone saxophone solo and an alto saxophone or guitar solo.
 
All works listed above are retained by their respective copyright owners. Unless a composition is public domain, any uses will require a licensing agreement before arrangements are sent.
 
(photo credit: unknown)
Movements:
Part I – Marvel Mash-up (00:00-01:08)
Part II – Mr. Blue Sky (01:09-03:44)
Part III – Father and Son (03:45-05:40)
Part IV – Surrender (05:41-07:18)

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Orbit

Featuring music from and inspired by:
Venus from “The Planets” – Gustav Holst
Enterprising Young Men – Michael Giacchino
Jupiter from “The Planets” – Gustav Holst
Mars from “The Planets” – Gustav Holst
Orbit is an enjoyable journey to the unknown that features a trumpet as a solo and also as part of a trio with alto saxophone and euphonium.
 
All works listed above are retained by their respective copyright owners. Unless a composition is public domain, any uses will require a licensing agreement before arrangements are sent.
 
(photo credit: song zhen)
Movements:
Part I – Wonderment (00:00-00:47)
Part II – Take Flight (00:48-02:40)
Part III – Serenity (02:41-04:26)
Part IV – The Obstacle (04:27-06:42)

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Phoenix

Featuring music from and inspired by:
Vespertine Formations – Christopher Deane
Kingfishers Catch Fire – John Mackey
Hymn of Acxiom – Vienna Teng
Firebird – Igor Stravinsky
Phoenix is a show of trials, tribulations, and overcoming adversity. It features a flute and clarinet duo.
 
All works listed above are retained by their respective copyright owners. Unless a composition is public domain, any uses will require a licensing agreement before arrangements are sent.
 
(photo credit: Diana Susselman)
Movements:
Part I – Taking Flight (00:00-00:53)
Part II – Challenges Ahead (0:54-03:10)
Part III – Elegy (03:11-05:32)
Part IV – Rebirth (05:33-07:30)

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The Red Planet

Featuring music from and inspired by:
Also Sprach Zarathustra – Richard Strauss
Enterprising Young Men – Michael Giacchino
Life on Mars – David Bowie/arr. Aurora
Cosmic Love – Florence and the Machine
Mars from “The Planets” – Gustav Holst
The Red Planet depicts the vastness, mystery, seduction and power of Mars. It features a small woodwind ensemble, a flugelhorn and trumpet duet and theremin solo (could be a myriad of other options too).
 
All works listed above are retained by their respective copyright owners. Unless a composition is public domain, any uses will require a licensing agreement before arrangements are sent.
 
(photo credit: Kevin Gill)
Movements:
Part I – The Vastness (00:00-01:17)
Part II – The Journery To (01:18-03:11)
Part III – The Infatuation (03:12-05:26)
Part IV – The Journey From (05:27-07:40)

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Rhapsody

Featuring music from and inspired by:
Bohemian Rhapsody – Freddie Mercury
Aha! – Imogen Heap/arr. Pentatonix
Hymn of Acxiom – Vienna Teng
Rhapsody showcases the powerful message of several iconic vocalists and songwriters.
 
All works listed above are retained by their respective copyright owners. Unless a composition is public domain, any uses will require a licensing agreement before arrangements are sent.
 
(photo credit: bacupmick)
Movements:
Part I – Introduction (00:00-00:43)
Part II – Aha! (00:44-02:05)
Part III – Hymn of Acxiom (02:06-04:56)
Part IV – Bohemian Rhapsody (04:57-08:00)

Interested in this show?

Salute

Featuring music from and inspired by:
Prelude to Remembrance – Chad Heiny
American Salute – Morton Gould
Goodnight Saigon – Billy Joel
Armed Forces Medley – Various
An American Soldier – Toby Keith
Salute is a musical “thank-you” to our men and women that have and are serving in the armed forces. It features a trumpet solo, brass quartet and flute duet.
 
All works listed above are retained by their respective copyright owners. Unless a composition is public domain, any uses will require a licensing agreement before arrangements are sent.
 
(photo credit: Ryan U. Kledzik)
Movements:
Part I – Prelude (00:00-00:52)
Part II – American Salute (00:53-03:03)
Part III – Goodnight Saigon (03:04-05:35)
Part IV – Armed Forces Medley (05:36-07:27)
Part V (optional) – An American Soldier (07:28-08:52)

Interested in this show?

Shine

Featuring music from and inspired by:
Still – Ola Gjeillo
Sure On this Shining Night – Samuel Barber
Shine – Michael Markowski
Glow – Eric Whitacre
Fly to Paradise – Eric Whitacre
Shine moves the listener towards the optimistic light at the end of any tunnel and features a soprano saxophone solo, trumpet solo and a trumpet duet.
 
All works listed above are retained by their respective copyright owners. Unless a composition is public domain, any uses will require a licensing agreement before arrangements are sent.
 
(photo credit: Charlie_Orange)
Movements:
Part I – Introduction (00:00-01:28)
Part II – Shine (01:29-03:20)
Part III – Glow (03:21-05:29)
Part IV – Fly to Paradise (05:30-07:10)

Interested in this show?

Whispers

Featuring music from and inspired by:
Enigma Variations – Edward Elgar
Neptune from “The Planets” – Gustav Holst
Whipsers is the journey from mysterious solitary figure to finding oneself and celebrating our discoveries. It features solos for flute, alto saxophone and piano.
 
All works listed above are retained by their respective copyright owners. Unless a composition is public domain, any uses will require a licensing agreement before arrangements are sent.
 
(photo credit: unknown)
Movements:
Prelude – (00:00-00:48)
Part I – (00:49-03:35)
Part II – (03:36-06:01)
Part III – (06:02-08:10)

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