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

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Wedding Music for Brass Quintet  

 

Discover New Music for Concert Band

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

Inspiring New Music for Choir

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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

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

Upcoming Events

Victoria Symphony : Music of the Emerald Isles

March 28 @ 8:00 pm - March 29 @ 8:00 pm

Composer Sean O’Loughlin conducts the Victoria Symphony while Julliard trained and Riverdance alumni Maria Millar joins them for a tour through the Emerald Isles with all things Irish. Ramble through misty moors and ancient castles of Ireland with foot-stomping cèilidhs of your favorite Celtic tunes including O’Danny Boy, Irish Reels, Scotland the Brave and more.…

Composer Jon Bubbett as Clinician

April 2 - April 4

April 2-4 – University of North Alabama Honor Band Clinician, Florence, AL: featuring O Waly Waly

Sarasota Orchestra w/Branford Marsalis and Storm Large

April 17 @ 8:00 pm - April 18 @ 10:00 pm

Composer Sean O’Loughlin serves as guest conductor as Chanteuse Storm Large (from the popular group Pink Martini) and NEA Jazz Master and musical icon Branford Marsalis, a saxophonist who has garnered legendary status, join forces for an electrifying Pops extravaganza that will have audiences swaying in their seats. Enjoy everlasting classics such as I’ve Got…

Minute Clinics

What Does New Music Teach Us?

By Jason Taurins | November 26, 2019

To many, the avant-garde of music comes across as an impenetrable, pretentious wall of noise. What makes this music? And, why should we care about it? It is perhaps best to first define the term. It comes from French and translates to vanguard or advance…

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Carl Strommen

Owning the Piece: A Composer’s View of Writing Commissions

By Carl Strommen | November 5, 2019

Below’s blog is based on an interview conducted by Worldstrides/Heritage in 2015 with composer Carl Strommen.  “On the Wings of Angels” by Carl Strommen, commissioned by Worldstrides/Heritage, is published and available from Excelcia Music Publishing. The way I approach commissions depends on the type of…

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An Eye for the Detail

By Chris Thompson | October 29, 2019

Rehearsing the ensemble, or smaller groups within the ensemble, can serve many ends. The kind of work you take on should depend on what you seek to produce. Whatever your time frame and/or notes that you are attacking, it’s helpful to identify the specific outcome(s)…

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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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