Category Field Show – Individual Pieces

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Inferno

By FRANZ LISZT
Arranged by BRIAN AGUILAR

Taken from the opening movement of Franz Liszt's masterpiece "Dante Symphony", Inferno is a dark and highly aggressive piece for marching band.

Difficulty: MEDIUM-HARD (Grade 4)
Time: 2:25

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Beethoven’s 5th

By LUDWIG van BEETHOVEN
Arranged by BRIAN AGUILAR

At age 30, Beethoven revealed the secret of his increasing hearing loss and stated in a letter that he would "seize Fate by the throat; it shall not bend or crush me completely." The struggle with "Fate" when it "knocks at the door" happens at the beginning of the Fifth Symphony.

Difficulty: MEDIUM-EASY (Grade 3)
Time: 1:30

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In the Hall of the Mountain King

By EDVARD GRIEG
Arranged by BRIAN AGUILAR


Undoubtedly the most familiar and famous piece by Grieg, "The Mountain King" will bring your show to a rousing conclusion that is sure to be an audience favorite!

Difficulty: MEDIUM-EASY (Grade 3)
Time: 1:25

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March of the Trolls

By EDVARD GRIEG
Arranged by BRIAN AGUILAR


This arrangement highlights the percussion section in a brief and energetic arrangement of one of the more familiar and famous Grieg pieces.

Difficulty: MEDIUM-EASY (Grade 3)
Time: 0:45

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The Wounded Heart

By EDVARD GRIEG
Arranged by BRIAN AGUILAR


A longing and yearning melody passes between soloists in this dark and emotional ballad.

Difficulty: MEDIUM-EASY (Grade 3)
Time: 2:10

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Praeludium

By EDVARD GRIEG
Arranged by BRIAN AGUILAR


This fun, upbeat, and up-tempo piece may not be familiar to everyone, but when you hear it you will know why it has to be part of the show!

Difficulty: MEDIUM-EASY (Grade 3)
Time: 1:35

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Morning Mood

By EDVARD GRIEG
Arranged by BRIAN AGUILAR


The calm serenity of the morning builds to a bold and exciting full band statement.

Difficulty: MEDIUM-EASY (Grade 3)
Time: 1:25

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Russian Easter Overture

By NICOLAI RIMSKY-KORSAKOV
Arranged by BRIAN AGUILAR


Hip-hop and rock rhythms are superimposed over the original Russian Easter Overture material giving the piece a new twist.

Difficulty: MEDIUM-EASY (Grade 3)
Time: 1:40

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What Was Created, Must Perish (Mahler Sym #2)

By GUSTAV MAHLER
Arranged by BRIAN AGUILAR

This ballad is an arrangement of the beautiful and glorius brass chorale from the 5th movement.

Difficulty: MEDIUM (Grade 4)
Time: 1:50

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Uncommon Hero

By BRIAN AGUILAR

"An Uncommon Hero" is a bright and uplifting original composition by Brian Aguilar. Written as an opener for a show about the unsung heroes of our everyday life

Difficulty: MEDIUM (Grade 3)
Time: 1:45

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In the Steppes of Central Asia – Fanfare


By ALEXANDER BORODIN
Arranged by Dr. DANIEL FONG
Percussion arranged by BRIAN AGUILAR

“In the silence of the monotonous steppes of Central Asia is heard the unfamiliar sound of a peaceful Russian song."
Difficulty: MEDIUM (Grade 3)
Time: 0:50

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Pictures at an Exhibition


By MODEST MUSSORGSKY
Arranged by JEFFREY EDOM
Percussion arranged by BRIAN AGUILAR

Modest Mussorgsky's most famous and celebrated work is presented here in this exciting and powerful arrangement for marching band
Difficulty: MEDIUM (Grade 3)
Time: 3:05

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Dies Irae


By WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART
Arranged by JEFFREY EDOM

Mozart’s “Dies Irae” is probably one of the most compelling and well known movements of his legendary “Requiem Mass in D minor”.
Instrumentation: Marching Band
Time: 1:30

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Danse Macabre

By CAMILLE SAINT-SAËNS
Arranged by BRIAN AGUILAR


No matter one's station in life, the Dance Macabre unites all. The "Danse Macabre" consists of the dead summoning representatives from all walks of life to dance along to the grave.

Instrumentation: Marching Band
Time: 2:35

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Mozart Mambo

By W. A. MOZART
Arranged by BRIAN AGUILAR


Driving latin rhythms take this well known classical masterpiece to a different level that'll make the audience want to get up and dance.

Instrumentation: Marching Band
Time: 1:30

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