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inspired by Isaac Rosenberg's poem "Break of Day in the Trenches," this poignant and patriotic work was written to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I. Commemorating the hundred year anniversary of the end of World War I Commissioned by an Ontario Consortium of Schools including: Agincourt C. I. Wind Symphony, Assumption College CHSl Concert Band, Chippewa SS Concert Band, Orillia S.S. Sr. Concert Band, St. Anne's CSSl Concert Band, St. John's College Concert Band, St. Michael CSS Concert Band, Strathroy District CI Concert Band, Ontario Band Association.

Fast and furious! Get up to speed in under a minute with this new work for 2019.




Impulse power, as a method of propulsion, is considered to be up to one quarter the speed of light. Though the tempo of this engaging work for young bands is not quite as fast as that, it does generate a great deal of energy and momentum. The driving opening gives way to an expressive lyrical section complemented by interesting harmonies before returning to the opening material and a percussive close. The resulting fusion is an exhilarating experience for young musicians.




When it comes to Percussion Ensembles, talk is not cheap, it's essential! Featuring an impressive array of things to hit, this "way cool" piece for things pitched and un-pitched will give percussionists and non-percussionists alike much to talk about.  Grooves, moves, and mallet Blues; it's all good. So gather your posse now and just tell them to beat it! Available from Eighth Note Publications


Bones are “bad” and that’s good! Your trombone section will dig this hip chart written just for them. They’ll be stylin’ on a driving head in 3/4, a bridge with a swing feel, an ensemble section, and a trombone section soli. They’ll be lovin’ it so much, they might even let the tenor sax have a solo at measure 57. As always, lead trumpet to top F and lots of fun for everyone. 


J.W. Pepper Editors' Choice. This hip chart sports a straight ahead swing feel with a twist of cool added for good measure. A catchy (theory) is is postulated and plays out over two alternating chords, F9 and Eb9. Add one modal conceptual framework for the bridge, solos for tenor sax and trombone, a "way cool" ensemble chorus with a just a “smidge" of counterpoint, and the "theory" becomes reality. Trumpet plays to written a E, top space. Dig it!. It's all here! (3:15)

Niobe is a fun bossa nova-style chart with a straight-eighth note feel for the young player. Vince Gassi scored Niobe with a catchy yet easy melody with written solos for 1st tenor sax and 1st trombone. 1st trumpet range is to fourth space E (written). An excellent chart! This title is available in SmartMusic. (3:23)


Two notes...then two more. A counter-statement...then another. Ideas develop and unravel. Percussion punctuates, brass recapitulates, woodwinds decorate. Like a lit fuse, this new work will fascinate, enervate, and captivate--drawing you to the very end...and then...KABOOM!

Avinu Malkeinu (Our Father, Our King) is an ancient Jewish prayer chanted during Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. It is a centuries-old supplication for God’s mercy and grace. Its reverent and plaintive character is brought forth poignantly in this beautifully scored arrangement for band. Its lyrical nature and evocative colours will furnish your students with ample opportunity to work on expressive playing and your audiences will moved by its power. (2:25)

J.W. Pepper Editors' Choice. Inspired by the poem, "High Flight," by American WWII pilot, John Gillespie Magee, Jr., this energetic new work calls to mind the thrill and freedom of flight. Opening with rhythmic energy in the winds and rich harmonic statements in the brass, the mood gives way to a sensitive lyrical section. A dynamic development of the opening statement leads, ultimately, to a powerful and climactic ending. An excellent contest piece, this selection will enhance any program. (3:40)

Commissioned by the City of Brampton Concert Band, this piece commemorates 125 years of continuous service to The City of Brampton. It provides ample opportunity for your band to explore diverse colors and textures, from the mysterious opening which features solo piccolo, to exotic woodwind runs in open 5ths; from a delicate lyrical section to a furious dialogue between winds, brass and percussion. There is plenty of energy and excitement in this work to captivate your audiences. LEVEL: 4 (Advanced)


Although the lyrics for the this folk song date back to the 1600s, it wasn’t until 1906 that the song was published in Folk Songs from Somerset. Its simple melody and placid harmony provide a great opportunity for your young musicians to explore expressiveness in their performance. This poignant arrangement will lift your audience emotionally. (2:33)