7 Band Pieces Added to the Ohio Music Educators Association Performance List

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Excelcia Music Publishing is proud to announce 7 of our new concert band pieces were added to the North Carolina Music Educators Association performance list!

Appalachian Sunrise (JH Band A) by R. Alan Carter
The Great Clipper Race (JH Band A) by Matthew R. Putnam
Canterbury Sketches (JH Band B) vy Jason Taurins
Byzantine Dances (JH Band B) by Carol Brittin Chambers
Tempt the Machines (JH Band C) by Tyler Arcari
Zig Zag (JH Band C) by Sean O’Loughlin
Highlander (HS Band B) by Tyler Arcari

Listen & view scores on our website: New Concert Band Publications

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Larry Clark is the founder and President of Excelcia Music Publishing. He is a well-known composer, author and clinician for bands and orchestras. His music is some of the most popular and most performed around the world for school ensembles. He has over 300 publications in print and writes extensively about topics of interest to educators and composers. For more information, visit his website.