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Thousand Hills Overture (Gr. 3)

Publisher: Hal Leonard   

   

Variations on a Hymn by Louis Bourgeois (Gr. 6)
was commissioned by and for the United States Marine Band, Col. John R. Bourgeois, conductor. Its premiere performance was June 14, 1984 by the United States Marine Band, at the National Band Association Convention in Knoxville, TN. This work is based on "The Old One Hundredth" which is often used as the Doxology in religious services. This virtuoso setting will challenge all sections of the ensemble with technical demands. This work will be a showpiece for all of the ensemble and will provide an emotional high for all audiences.

Publisher: Claude T. Smith Publications    Price: $125.00 (US) Click for ordering instructions

Available on CD:
Music of CTS CD

 

Variations on a Revolutionary Hymn (Gr. 6)

Publisher: Wingert-Jones   

Available on CD:
Accent II CD

 

Variations on an English Hymn (Gr. 2)

Publisher: Hal Leonard   

   

The Water is Wide (Gr. 2)
is a beautiful scoring of a traditional folk song. Its flowing melodies lend a peaceful nature to this work.

Publisher: Claude T. Smith Publications    Price: $55.00 (US) Click for ordering instructions

Available on CD:
Symphonic Portrait CD

 

Were You There When They Crucified My Lord (Four Symphonic Chorales) (Gr. 3)

Out of Print

   

Windgate Festival (Gr. 3)

Publisher: Wingert-Jones   

   

Windstar (Gr. 3)
is an overture commissioned by the Epsilon Gamma Chapter of Phi Mu Alpha at Central Missouri State University, Warrensburg, MO, Dr. Russell Coleman, conductor. It's premiere performance was May 10, 1981 at CMSU. In this work, the french horns present the theme in a brief "maestoso" section, with a syncopated accompaniment leading to the extended transition from the middle section back to the "allegro" section. With occasional 7/8 bars, this work will be exciting for advanced middle school bands and is a good festival/contest work for high school bands.

Publisher: Claude T. Smith Publications    Price: $70.00 (US) Click for ordering instructions

Available on CD:
World Freedom CD

 

World Freedom March (Gr. 4)
is the first composition written by Claude T. Smith. This work was written in 1954 while Claude was in the United States Army at Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas for a composition contest. This march gives a stylistic example of the works that were to come from Claude T. Smith in the years following. It has not been performed or published since 1954, but was repremiered on January 3, 1998 in Warrensburg, Missouri. The members of the West Central District of the Missouri Music Educators Association had this work dedicated to Russell Coleman for his years and commitment to their District of MMEA. Russ and Claude were dear colleagues and friends who worked together for the promotion of music education throughout the world. This work is especially challenging for the trumpet section and will be a must for all students and directors to perform, as well as a stirring march for audiences.

Publisher: Claude T. Smith Publications    Price: $80.00 (US) Click for ordering instructions

Available on CD:
World Freedom CD

 

Zia, Zia! (Gr. 2)
is a rhythmic Spanish march emphasizing clean articulations, dramatic dynamic contrasts and colorful percussive scoring.

Publisher: Claude T. Smith Publications    Price: $65.00 (US) Click for ordering instructions

Available on CD:
Symphonic Portrait CD Daughters Tribute CD

 

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