Orchestral Classics for Marching Band

Starting at:

$1,800.00

Customize & Purchase

Audio Preview

Orchestral Classics for Marching Band by SixtoFiveProductions

Rating

  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
Total votes: 0

Contact Us about availability and regional protection

 

Arranged masterfully by World Drum Corps Hall of Fame Arranger Jerry Kelsey, along with tasteful percussion writing by John Max McFarland, these 5 arrangements of classic orchestral literature are sure to be staples in any marching band's repertoire.  With nearly 11 minutes of outstanding music to choose from, you can either purchase separate movements ($400 each) via the dropdown menu on the right or purchase them all at the discounted price listed above.*
 
*When purchasing individual arrangements, the $1800 package price is automatically added to your shopping cart by default.  Be sure to remove this from your cart before check out to get the correct price of the arrangements you purchased.  

 

Orchestral Classics for Marching Band Include:

1. Toccata and Fugue in D Minor/Night on Bald Mountain - Bach/Mussorgsky (2:06)

2. Elsa's Procession to the Cathedral - Wagner (1:47)

3. Canon in D Major - Pachelbel (1:52)

4. Overture to The Barber of Seville - Rossini (2:05)

5. Symphony No. 9, Mvt 4 "From the New World" - Dvorak (2:22)

 

 

 

WINDSPERCUSSION
Piccolo 
FluteGlock/Xylo (1 Player)
ClarinetVibraphone 1,2
Alto SaxMarimba 1,2
Tenor SaxSynthesizer
Bari SaxTimpani
Trumpet 1, 2Percussion 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
MellophoneSnares
TromboneTenors (5 drums)
BaritoneBass Drums (5 Drums)
TubaCymbals

 

General:

 

-Numerous opportunities for full ensemble expression

-Numerous subito tempo changes

-Full ensemble moments with rhythmic demands

-Any range issues outside of normal tessitura accompanied by divisi

Woodwinds:

-Unison (minus tenor and bari sax) 4-note 32nd note run at 92 bpm
-Picc/Flute/Clarinet unison 8th note triplet run at 144 bpm
-Several 16th note runs ~140 bpm
-Unison 8th note/16th note/16th note triplet feature at Half Note = 92 bpm
-Clarinet part divisi into 3 parts

Brass:

-Trumpet and Mellophone 4-note 32nd note run at 92 bpm
-Extended unison staccatto quarter note passage
-Trumpet and Trombone 8th note/16th note/16th note triplet (minus Trombone) run passage at Half Note = 92 bpm

 

-Extended unison 8th note triplet and 16th note runs

-16th note 4 mallet permutations in Marimbas

-4 mallet block chords in Vibraphones

-Timpani must be able to change pitches while playing

-Synthesizer must be able to control volume while playing, as well as change patches without rest (splitting keyboard recommended)

-Percussion 1 has exposed concert snare moment

-Percussion 1 and 2 have tambourine moments that alternate between rolls and staccato quickly

 

-Standard rudiments (Singles, Doubles, Extended Rolls, Paradiddle variations, Flam variations) at all tempi

-Extended 16th-note roll in snares at 88 bpm

-Bass drums perform 8th note based 2’s, 3’s, and 4’s

-Snares and Bass drum have extended sextuplet roll at 144 bpm

-Multiple triplet based single drags and tap 5’s

-Snare drums and top bass drum utilize brushes

 
  1. Customize this show!

  2. See the score's instrumentation and technical notes here. Need to modify this arrangement? Tell us what you need!

  3. Select "Rearrangement Services". Let us know what you'd like and how many staves you'd like changed, and we'll create a custom arrangement for your ensemble.

    You can also add custom drill and prop design services!

  4. Still have questions? Click here and send us a message!