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     denotes music of Estonian origin or by an Estonian composer.

An Estonian Happy Song — by Erki Meister
      
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Joshua Fit the Battle of Jericho (And the Walls Came Tumblin’ Down) — a rousing African-American spiritual
      
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Andante, from Sinfonia Piccola — Finnish composer Heikki Suolahti’s only symphony, second movement
      
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Blackberry Blossom — an American original (featuring solo pennywhistle)
      
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Carmeña — a beautiful Spanish song (featuring the flute section with solo flute)
      
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Coney Island Washboard — a barbershop favorite, for many washboards and concert band
(a Tuba Quartet arrangement is available here)
      
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Dansitos — adapted from Five Spanish Dances, Op. 12, by Moritz Morskowki
      

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Drink Me Only at the Town Tavern — by Nigel Horne (dueling tubas (BBb) with concert band; originally written for two Eb tubas and British brass band)
      

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Euphonious Marcus — a rousing march featuring the euphonium section, written for the Naples Concert Band by Gene Davis
      

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The Huron Carol — a new world carol
(a Tuba Quartet arrangement is available here)
      

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Kyrie — by Shaune Woodbourne, a beautiful flugelhorn solo with concert band
      

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Laridah March — by Max Hempel
      
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Love’s Dream After the Ball — a beautiful melody by Alphonse Czebulka, here set for flute choir and concert band
      
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Luck Be a Lady Tonight — from “Guys and Dolls”, featuring male vocal with concert band
      
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Medley of Estonian Folk Songs (Potpurrii Rahvalikest Lauludest) — by Ülo Raudmäe (a lively mix of tuneful traditional Estonian folk melodies)
      

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The Night Voices, 1. The Cricket’s Happy Song — from the five-part suite for concert band by George Trinkhaus
      

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The Night Voices, 2. The Grasshopper’s Flirtation — from the five-part suite for concert band by George Trinkhaus
      
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The Night Voices, 3. The Owl’s Lament — from the five-part suite for concert band by George Trinkhaus
      
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The Night Voices, 4. The Frog’s Wedding — from the five-part suite for concert band by George Trinkhaus
      

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The Night Voices, 5. The Peepers’ Parade — from the five-part suite for concert band by George Trinkhaus
      
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On the Tramp — a lesser-known march by John Philip Sousa, scored for modern concert band
      
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Slapdash March (Tormakas Algus) — by Priit Raik
      
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Three Beautiful Christmas Carols from Poland, Austria, and Finland for Brass, Bells, and Many, Many Voices (an audience sing-along)
      
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Three Flatfooted Waltzes — traditional Estonian “kolm labajalga” folk songs (for concert band, with clarinet duet)
      
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Time Flies (Aeg Kaob) — by Estonian composer Tõnis Kõrvits (beautiful arrangement of a Swedish folk tune, here for concert band and solo soprano voice)
      
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Welcome Fanfare (Tervitus) — by Estonian composer Priit Raik (often played at the beginnings of Estonian choral and band music festivals)
      
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