Concert Band - Level 1 - Digital Download
Composed by Benjamin Hanby. Arranged by John McAllister. Christmas,Classical,Contemporary,Holiday,Traditional. Score and parts. 23 pages. John McAllister #726689. Published by John McAllister (A0.1125961).
This arrangement of Up on the Housetop is for young bands at the beginning level. The notes and rhythms used are restricted to the (typically) first seven notes learned in a band method. This would be a great “first holiday concert” piece. The tambourine part can be played or doubled with sleigh bells. There is only one dynamic written at the beginning, but if the ensemble is ready for more complex dynamics, add some! This piece should be an enjoyable addition to a rousing holiday season! This piece directly correlates with the Foundation Warm-Up Series. This series is designed to follow most beginning band methods. The early sets focus primarily on airflow, common patterns, and reinforcing concepts presented in the method books. As the series develops, the sets become more like a traditional band warm-up, including long tones, flexibility exercises, articulation, scale patterns, and a chorale.
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