Digital Learning Resources

Meet the Composer "Live" Videos

For schools impacted by closures relating to COVID-19, it can be particularly difficult for music ensembles. Excelcia Music Publishing is offering these free, on-line “Meet the Composer” lessons with several of our composers as a resource for music educators to use with their ensembles as they navigate the coming time of remote learning.  More videos will be added as they become available. Find all of the videos HERE!

 

Accessible Solo Repertoire for Strings Books

Adaptable Ensemble Series

for Winds, Strings & Percussion

Wedding Music for Brass Quintet  

 

Discover New Music for Concert Band

pcb1905-darkwing-terry
dcb1903-pasacaglia-variants-oloughlin
hcb1906-skybound-bubbett
icb1911-byzantine-dances-chambers
rcb1915-purple-martin-nishimura
mcb1906-mischief-thurston

Inspiring New Music for Choir

utp1902-pie-jesu-robinson
tpm1901-gloria-gilpin
ssab1901-a-celtic-blessing-drennan
satb1904-freedom-come-for-me-drennan
ssa1902-fall-into-winter-webb
ttb1903-mama-dont-low-schirard

Excellent New Music for String Orchestra

pso1901-anthem-of-triumph-arcari
dso1901-darkwing-terry
hso1903-passacaglia-variants-oloughlin
iso1907-across-the-lake-revell
rso1904-colors-of-home-silva
mso1902-barrington-silva

Upcoming Events

Symphoria : “Back to the Future” Live with Film

May 16 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Power up your DeLorean… recharge your flux capacitor… and get ready to celebrate the 30th anniversary of an unforgettable movie classic as you’ve never seen and heard it before – with Symphoria, directed by composer Sean O’Loughlin, performing the soundtrack live with the film projected on the big screen!

Southwest Music Summer Exhibition

July 23 @ 8:00 am - July 25 @ 5:00 pm

Join us as we exhibit at the Southwest Music Summer Exhibition where you can take a peek at our newest music.

Minute Clinics

Five Keys to Unlocking Successful Rehearsals

By Valerie Laney-Rowe | February 4, 2020

Do you ever find yourself utterly exhausted at the end of a rehearsal, feeling like you lost a game of tug of war against your entire band?  The podium can feel like a very lonely place at times, leaving you frustrated and feeling like the…

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How to Beat Writer’s Block

By Jason Taurins | December 17, 2019

Artists of all disciplines are sometimes faced with the phenomenon commonly known as “Writers Block.”In these times, we face a lack of creative inspiration, and as a result, our creative output can slow to a halt. What I wish to offer here are a few…

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Avoiding The Midwest Clinic Blues

By John Hillsman | December 10, 2019

Guest Blog by John M. Hillsman, band director at Beauregard High School I want to share these thoughts with band director friends, especially my younger band director friends. I formulated these ten statements over the years. Occasionally, I slightly revise one statement. I keep them…

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Excelcia Music Publishing Founders Club

Attention Music Educators: Announcing FOUNDERS CLUB!

Join today & receive a FREE newly composed piece by Larry Clark for your concert band, string orchestra, or choral ensemble. Just click below & take our quick survey to register!

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