Marzo Zingaro

This march portrays the image of a lone wanderer happily marching across the Italian countryside. The first strain evokes a daring and adventurous mood as the trek into the unknown begins. As the journey progresses the atmosphere lightens, taking on a happier style as beautiful scenery unfolds along the way.   Randall Standridge · Marzo…

Alarm

Sound the alarms! This bombastic work will make an exciting addition to your next concert and keep your students motivated from rehearsal to rehearsal. Searing dissonances, tri-tones, and syncopated rhythms have been utilized carefully to create a challenging, yet achievable piece with active parts for all players. Sure to be a hit with musicians and…

When Summer’s In the Meadow

With its title originating in one of the most poignant, nostalgic lines of text in the Irish folk song “Danny Boy”, Standridge has created a dreamily beautiful setting of this beloved song, accessible to young bands. A number of scoring elements elevate this approachable work to a higher musical plane, including a unison clarinet section,…

High Voltage

Stun your students and audience with this electrifying work that uses vivid sound effects to create a thundering soundscape. You’ll harness the raw power of electricity with the exciting rhythms, clever percussion writing, a very approachable synthesizer part, and a myriad of thunder and electrical sounds that will add a new dimension to your program.…

Frogs

Add a touch of whimsy and joy to your next concert with this new young band work.  Inspired by the composer’s love of Percy Grainger, Frogs combines many “Grainger-isms” (unexpected harmonic movement, chromaticism, and a pastoral sensibility) with quirky percussion and accessible rhythms and ranges to create a truly unique work for young band.  The inclusion…