Marching Band

List of Shows

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(level of difficulty key: A=Advanced, MA=Medium-Advanced, M=Medium)

Public Domain, Collegiate, Parade Tunes

         New Shows         (2019)

Inspired by Donna Summers’ “She Works Hard for the Money,” Anderson’s “The Typewriter,” Bareilles’ “She Used To Be Mine,” Beyonce’s “Run the World (Girls),” Redding’s “Respect,” Sampson’s “Moving Parts,” Platten’s “Fight Song,” and Carol Brittin Chambers’ “Business as Usual”
Inspired by “This Land (from The Lion King),” Lundeberg’s “Puma,” John Lennon’s “Imagine,” 
Elton John’s “The Circle of Life” and “I Just Can’t Wait To Be King,” Metheny’s “The First Circle,
 and Carol Brittin Chambers’ “Full Circle AUDIO COMING SOON
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Inspired by Herrmann’s “Cape Fear,” Bartok’s “Mikrokosmos: Ostinato,” Powell’s
“Stoick’s Ship (from How to Train Your Dragon 2),” Bergersen’s “Sun,” and Carol Brittin Chambers’ “Fearless
Inspired by “Heroes (from Stranger Things),” Daugherty’s “Bizarro” and “Raise the Roof,” 
“It’s Not Easy (from Superman),” “We Don’t Need Another Hero,” and Carol Brittin Chambers “Federation of Evil
Inspired by Horner’s “A Kaleidoscope of Mathematics,” Verdi’s “Requiem,” 
Mozart’s “Requiem Mass in D Minor,” Bernstein’s “Mass” and “Simple Song,” and original music by Carol Brittin Chambers
Inspired by William Walton’s “Belshazzar’s Feast,” “I Will Survive,
“Danse Bacchanale,” The Bee-Gee’s “You Should Be Dancing,” Donna Summer’s “Last Dance,” and Carol Brittin Chambers’ “Decadence
Inspired by Maslanka’s “Traveler,” Depeche Mode’s “Enjoy the Silence,
Dave Hall’s “The Doors,” “Break On Through (To the Other Side),” and Carol Brittin Chambers’ “Opportunity Knocks
Inspired by “Gonna Fly Now (Theme from Rocky),” Rachmaninoff’s 
“Prelude in G Minor, Op. 23, No. 5” and “Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini, Op. 43,” 
Ron Nelson’s “Rocky Point Holiday,” and Carol Brittin Chambers’ “Rachy
Inspired by Giacchino’s “Tomorrowland: End Credits,” Barbera’s “The Jetsons,” 
Elton John’s “Rocket Man,” "Que Sera, Sera,” and Carol Brittin Chambers’ “Retrofusion"

        Past Shows         A-M

        Past Shows         M-Z