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Stanton's Staff Favorites: Christmas Albums 30 November, 2011

Christmas time is here, or so the song goes, and now that Thanksgiving has come and gone, a few of the Stanton's staff would like to share some of our favorite Christmas albums with you.  Hopefully you'll find something new and different to add to your holiday playlist.  Feel free to share your favorites in the comments section below - we're always looking for something new to listen to, and Merry Christmas!


Caryn - Pop & Keyboard Dept.
A Charlie Brown Christmas - Vince Guaraldi Trio
Christmas Collection - Michael W. Smith
Christmas Night: Carols of the Nativity and Christmas with the Cambridge Singers - The Cambridge Singers; London Sinfonia; John Rutter
O Holy Night - Jackie Evancho
December Piano Solos: 20th Anniversary Edition - George Winston
Indigo Christmas: Retro Jazz Swing – (no specific artist)
Carol - The American Boychoir
And Winter Came - Enya

Jen - Choral Music Specialist
Angels on High - Robert Shaw Singers
Holiday Spirits - Straight No Chaser
Elf Movie Soundtrack
Christmas Together - John Denver and The Muppets

Ken - Band/Instrumental Dept.
A Charlie Brown Christmas – Vince Guaraldi Trio
Christmas Songs – Diana Krall & the Clayton/Hamilton Jazz Orchestra
Jingle All the Way – Bela Fleck & the Flecktones
The Christmas Song – Nat King Cole
Christmas Jazz Jam – Wynton Marsalis
Christmas in the Morning: A Celebration in Brass – Canadian Brass; Michael Laird & Philip Jones Brass Ensembles
A Night Before Christmas – Spyro Gyra
Christmas Greetings – The Festival Chorale, conducted by H. Royce Saltzman
White Christmas – Bing Crosby

New OMEA Required CB Preview #2 - High School Class A 29 November, 2011

This second preview of the new required pieces on the OMEA concert band lists features selections new to the High School Class A list.  In the coming weeks we will preview the new required titles for High School Classes B and C.  The new required pieces for junior high/middle school and Stanton's recommendations for the best new marches will follow after the holidays.  You can view and listen to the complete OMEA required concert band lists by clicking on the OMEA Required Music Lists option on our concert band webpage, and selecting the list you wish to view.  We hope you find this preview to be useful, and look forward to helping you plan a successful contest program.


New OMEA Class A Required Selections

Fast Falls the Eventide – Jeremy S. Martin
Somber and elegiac, this is music of the highest caliber.  Jeremy Martin’s intimate knowledge of the band’s sonority shines forth in this beautiful work.  Sensitivity and reverence ensure that this work deserves a prominent place on your next concert and within the concert band repertoire.

Invocation and Psalm – Vince Gassi
Triumphant brass and percussion herald the arrival of this spirited composition, before quickly ebbing into a quiet, meditative chorale of organ-like chord progressions and ethereal melodies.  Extraordinary use of tone colors and expressive phrasing abound, and the exuberant finale will lift spirits high and leave audiences cheering.

Mekong – Robert W. Smith
Mekong is a river that flows through the heart of Vietnam.  Robert W. Smith has created this composition for band based on the Mekong River delta's historic significance during the Vietnam War of the 1960s and 1970s.  Beautiful, haunting melodies; lush, dissonant harmonies; and acoustically created sound effects combine to provide a concert performance experience that will not be forgotten by performer or audience.

O Waly, Waly – Jay Bocook
Long enduring as one of the most timeless of British folk songs, the sweet melancholy of The Water is Wide is the heart of this magnificent rhapsody.  Opening with delicate droplets of the melody, gentle & simple, it soon plunges into a rushing wave of Celtic-flavored adventure, sprinkled with scampering woodwinds & splashes of brass, and builds to a monumental maestoso finale of overflowing splendour.

Rhapsodic Celebration – Robert Sheldon
Robert Sheldon’s gift for beautifully composed melodies and emotional chord progressions is magnificently exemplified in this splendid through-composed work of three delightfully varied sections.  Sparkling & effervescent, Intrada sets the stage for the sweetly plaintive strains of Serenade, which leads to the swirling flourishes & rhythmically driving Galop to the finish.  An inspiring composition that is truly a joy at every turn.

Xerxes – John Mackey
Xerxes is a concert march commissioned by the Midlothian (TX) High School Band, Larry Doran, director.

All of these titles can be ordered via Stantons.com, or by phone (1-800-426-8742).  Don't forget to order your judges' scores - ordering now can save you stress come contest time (avoid them being out-of-stock, or worse, temporarily out-of-print).  Keep following the Stanton's blog, for the upcoming high school class B and C concert band previews.

New Advanced Jazz from Kendor Music 28 November, 2011

To engage your ensemble and your audiences, “The Jazz Guy” at Stanton’s recommends these new charts from Kendor Music:

ORO PRETO
Bob Mintzer, Jazz Summit Series Gr.5
The ensemble writing of this chart will challenge the wind section and should be played with good, clean and vibrant attacks on each note. The horn section is the rhythm section on this tune! Familiarity with Brazilian music is a must for success!

HARDLY
Mike Dana, Jazz Summit Series Gr.5
Mike Dana’s chart is the perfect concert or festival opener for your advanced band! Plenty of open solo space, section solis and driving rhythm section writing make for a solid chart.

BLUE SAMUEL
Sammy Nestico, Premier Jazz Series Gr.4
Recorded on the SWR Big Band CD Fun Time and adapted from the tune Blue Daniel, this chart romps along in “four” instead of “three” and sounds harder than it is. It features a sax chorus and solos by alto sax, tenor sax and trombone. Sammy also writes some powerful ensemble choruses between solos.

Contact Stanton’s band department for more recommendations!

Christmas Gifts for the Musician in your life! 26 November, 2011

As musicians who work with the general public, we at Stanton’s know that it can be challenging for ‘non-musicians’ to know what to get for the music major in the family. Composer names and piece titles are often long and foreign and you don’t really know what your student already has. You want to get them something ‘musical’ because you know they’ll love it, but are afraid of getting something too easy or childish. Don’t fret because we’re here to help! The following suggestions are perfect gifts for any music major:

- A new metronome

- A new Manhasset music stand

- The Harvard Dictionary of Music

- The A to Z of Foreign Musical Terms

- Effortless Mastery

- Teaching Band and Orchestra

- Instrument Repair for the Music Teacher

- So… You’re the New Band Director: Now What?

- The Anatomy of Conducting

- Classical Destinations

Hopefully you’ve found that last-minute gift! If not, don’t hesitate to give us a call: 1-800-426-8742. You can also order over the phone, or via our website! Merry Christmas!!

Christmas Countdown-Music Check! 25 November, 2011

Are you singing for your church's Christmas Eve or Christmas Day services this December? Every year, we get panicked phone calls and visits from customers around the 23rd of December, desperately in need of a piece IMMEDIATELY! Don't let that be you! Now is a good time to double-check your music files and make sure that you have all the pieces you need in the appropriate key. Some of the most popular pieces sung at Christmas Eve services are Gesu Bambino, Mary, Did You Know? and Cantique de Noel (O Holy Night). We're happy to help you find less common or hard-to-find repertoire for your Christmas services, and we can also give you some suggestions if you're just not sure what to sing! Just give us a call at 1-800-426-8742, or drop us an email.

And for all you procrastinators out there, Stanton's will be open on Christmas Eve!

Thanksgiving! 24 November, 2011

Stanton’s is closed today so that all our staff can eat turkey and take naps. You can still shop online, and we’ll begin processing your orders when we re-open tomorrow.

For today, we hope you’ll enjoy this truly American holiday with the work of American composer, Aaron Copeland, and American photographer, Ansel Adams.

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Famous & Fun Pop Christmas 23 November, 2011

Famous & Fun Pop Christmas is another series arranged by Carol Matz for the holiday season.  Some Christmas carols are included in each book, but most are popular Christmas songs like Jingle Bell Rock, Let It Snow,  You’re a Mean One, Mr. Grinch, and more.  Available in levels one through three, these are great collections of songs for the holiday to play on a recital or just for fun. Â  Give us a call at 1-800-42-MUSIC or call locally 224-4257 to ask questions, or check out our website at www.stantons.com

New OMEA Required Concert Band Preview #1 - High School Class AA 22 November, 2011

To aid Ohio band directors in selecting music for 2012 concert band adjudication, Stanton's will be providing previews of all of the new required pieces on the OMEA concert band lists.  This seven-part series will begin by featuring the new high school concert band selections, and will resume after the holidays with the new required pieces for junior high/middle school, as well as our recommendations for the best new marches.  You can view and listen to the complete OMEA required concert band lists by clicking on the OMEA Required Music Lists option on our concert band webpage, and selecting the list you wish to view.  We hope you find this preview series to be helpful, and look forward to helping you plan a successful contest program.

New OMEA Class AA Required Selections

Abiquiu – David Gillingham
(from the publisher notes)  Abiquiu was inspired by a provocative poem by the same name written by Mesa State College Professor and Colorado poet, L. Luis Lopez.  The ideas set forth by each short stanza of the poem are set somewhat programmatically to music.  With the generous support of Stephen Boelter and Karen Combs, Abiquiu was commissioned by the Mesa State College Wind Symphony, for the 2009 Best of the West Music Festival.

Colorado Blue – Jared Spears
(from the publisher notes)  Colorado Blue was commissioned by the United States Air Force Academy Band in Colorado Springs, Colorado. This tour de force is at times pensive and reflective, at time bold and forceful, and portrays the majestic beauty of the Rocky Mountains, and the endless expanse of the sky.

Instinctive Travels - Michael Markowski
(from the publisher notes)  Instinctive Travels is a brisk, bustling escapade full of defibrillating rhythms, indulgent mood swings, and a kaleidoscope of instrumental color evoking joyful euphoria, excitable anticipation, laughter and giddiness, and heroic exhilaration.

Jubilee Overture - Philip Sparke
(from the composer notes)  Jubilee Overture was commissioned for the fiftieth anniversary of the British-based GUS Brass Band and first performed by them at the band's Golden Jubilee Concert in 1983.  It was transcribed for wind band in 1984.  The work opens with a two-part fanfare – a brass flourish followed by a reflective chorale for the winds.  This builds to a climax as the flourish returns.  A lively allegro follows, with many changes of meter and a robust tune from the horns and saxophones.  Eventually a cantabile tune emerges from the middle of the band, which everyone then plays before the allegro returns.  A brief repeat of the opening fanfare precedes a presto coda.

Two American Canvases - Mark Camphouse
(from the publisher notes)  Like the paintings that inspired it, this selection weaves together different sounds and sentiments to produce a rich, evocative tapestry of impressions.  The two movements are based on Edward Hopper’s “Nighthawks” and Norman Rockwell’s “Freedom of Speech.”  From the meditative and serene to the epic and grand, it’s guaranteed to take you on an unforgettable journey.

All of these titles can be ordered via Stantons.com, or by phone (1-800-426-8742).  Don't forget to order your judges' scores - ordering now can save a lot of stress come contest time (avoid them being out-of-stock, or worse, temporarily out-of-print).  Keep following the Stanton's blog, for the upcoming high school class A, B, and C concert band previews.

More Holiday and Winter Favorites for Orchestra 21 November, 2011

If you still need another selection to add to your Holiday program, try one of these recommendations from Stanton’s:

A DICKENS CHRISTMAS CAROL SUITE
Arr. Andrew Dabczynski
35960 Gr. 2.5 $42.00
Tell the whole story with English carols, opt. narrator & percussion. Teaching Elements: Working with a narrator • aleatoric chaos • glissandi

THE MOON OF WINTER (The Huron Carol)
Arr. Vince Gassi
35917 Gr. 3 $45.00
Reverent adaptation of Canada's oldest (1643) Christmas carol. Teaching Elements: key of F# minor • LH extensions • celli & bass shifting

WHITE MOUNTAIN RUN
Donald J. Young
50250023 Gr. 3 $50.00
The excitement of a brisk skiing trip up & down Mt. Washington. Teaching Elements: 16th notes at mm 132 • first violin & celli shifting

Are You Ready for Basketball Season? 19 November, 2011

Things have finally calmed down from the long marching band season, your concert band is beginning to lose its ‘outdoor sound', and your holiday program is starting to come together, BUT basketball season is right around the corner.  Never fear, the band staff at Stanton's has what you need for a successful pep band season from collections of complete song arrangements perfect for quarter breaks and halftime (Stanton's recommends Classic Rock Hits, Jock Jams Super Book, Stadium Hit Mix, and The Ultimate Collection) to groups of cheers and ‘shorties' ideal for timeouts.  Visit our marching band webpage for more ideas, and order online or give us a call: 1-800-426-8742!

Famous & Fun Christmas 18 November, 2011

Famous & Fun Christmas is a series of books of Christmas carols for piano, levels one through five. Levels two through five include one or two easy arrangements from The Nutcracker. The songs are arranged by Carol Matz, an active composer, author and editor of educational piano materials. These collections are full of favorite Christmas carols: “O Come, All Ye Faithful,” “Deck the Halls,” “We Wish you a Merry Christmas” and more. To see the table of contents for each book, visit our website, then pick the level you are interested in. You may feel free to call us at 1-800-426-8742 to ask specific questions about this or other products at Stanton’s Sheet Music.

New Concert Band Reading Clinic Begins Tomorrow 17 November, 2011

The 2011 New Concert Band Reading Clinic co-sponsored by Stanton's and Capital University begins tomorrow and runs through Saturday at the Capital University Conservatory of Music.  Tomorrow's sessions are from 9:00 am - 5:00 pm, with an evening performance by the Capital University Symphonic Winds at 7:30 pm. Saturday's schedule is from 8:00 am - 1:30 pm, featuring performances by the Capital University Wind Symphony and Honors Concert Band.

The Concert Band Reading Clinic is FREE, you can register on-site, and may attend either, both, or parts of both days.  For more information, read our complete post here.  It's not too late to hear the best new music for concert band LIVE and gear up for the rest of the school year!

“My Song in the Night” 16 November, 2011

Symphonically arranged by Mack Wilberg for larger choral forces, the five settings of beloved hymns contained in the collection My Song in the Night are handsomely scored for piano or organ with optional orchestral accompaniments.  Rich choral textures, generous use of divisi, and expertly crafted accompaniments bring a deep sonority to traditional hymns that will transform any worship space or concert hall into a great cathedral of song.  Give your listeners the joy of hearing: “Amazing Grace (New Britain);” “Down to the River to Pray;” “His Voice as the Sound (Samanthra);” “My God, My Portion and My Love (Dunlap's Creek);” and “My Song in the Night (Expression).”

For more repertoire suggestions for your worship or concert hall, please contact us.

Bring some “Trans-Siberian” to YOUR Orchestra! 15 November, 2011

As heard at the mind-boggling Trans-Siberian stage show. Add the optional rock rhythm section for an intense and very hip musical experience. Then take your students to see the band live!

CHRISTMAS EVE/SARAJEVO 12/24
Paul O'Neill, Robert Kinkel/Bob Phillips
33755 Gr. 3.5 $60.00
This thought-provoking medley of Christmas tunes describes a lone cellist playing Christmas carols in the midst of the Bosnian war. The piece reflects the power, drama, and hope of a single musician in the midst of war, reflecting on the power of music to bring hope. The rock rhythm section contributes to an intense and very hip musical experience.

WIZARDS IN WINTER
Paul O'Neill, Robert Kinkel/Bob Phillips
31509 Gr. 3 $50.00
Highlight your strings and even add a rhythm section if you like—whatever you do, play it large!

For more great recommendations, contact Dan in Orchestra!

“Pop Warm-Ups and Work-Outs for Choir” 14 November, 2011

Following the success of the Pop Warm-Ups & Work-Outs for Guys collection, Roger Emerson has created Pop Warm-Ups and Work-Outs for Choir, a series of warm-ups for all choirs that use classic rock and roll tunes to build vocal skills while having fun! Each of the eight warm-ups provides a focus objective, suggested learning outcomes and related choral literature for younger and developing ensembles.

Concepts covered include: vowel shapes, resonance, breath control, head voice and falsetto, articulation and diction and much more! Warm-ups are based on these pop classics: “At the Hop,” “Do-Re-Mi,” “Don’t Stop Believin’,” “Good Vibrations,” “Hound Dog,” “Lean on Me,” “The Longest Time,” “Spinning Wheel,” “Thriller,” and “Witch Doctor.”

For more exciting warm-up resources for your choir, please contact us!

Hanukkah Selections for Orchestra 12 November, 2011

Stanton's Sheet Music always seeks out the best sounding, most educationally valid and highly programmable music to recommend to you!  Try one of these recent selections for Hanukkah:

S'VIVON (DREIDLE)
Arr. Ben Clinesmith
3033581 Gr. 2.5 $45.00
Give the second violins some of the limelight and all can practice pizzicato! Teaching Elements: D# in the key of E minor • 2nd violin melody • cello ½ position

CHRISTMAS DREIDEL
Arr. Rick England
35983 Gr. 2.5 $47.00
Clever combo of Dreidel Song & Christmas is Coming, the Goose is Getting Fat. Teaching Elements: part independence • flat accidentals • syncopation • cello shifting

HANUKKAH HABANERA
Arr. Tim McCarrick
33753 Gr. 3 $45.00
Bizet's famous opera melody links Hanukkah O Hannukkah & The Dreidel Song. Teaching Elements: moving between D major & D minor • chromaticism • triplets

For more information and other great recommendations, contact Dan in Orchestra!

New Concert Band Reading Clinic Next Week 11 November, 2011

Don't forget that the 2011 New Concert Band Reading Clinic co-sponsored by Stanton's and Capital University takes place next week, November 18-19, at the Capital University Conservatory of Music.  Friday sessions are scheduled from 9:00 am - 5:00 pm, with an evening performance by the Capital University Symphonic Winds at 7:30 pm. Saturday's schedule is from 8:00 am - 1:30 pm, featuring performances by the Capital University Wind Symphony and Honors Concert Band.

The Concert Band Reading Clinic is FREE, you can register on-site, and may attend either, both, or parts of both days.  For more information, read our complete post here.

Classroom Movement Activities from Artie Almeida 10 November, 2011

One of the new titles featured on our August Elementary General Music Clinic that we just love is Artie Almeida’s ”Parachutes and Ribbons and Scarves, Oh My!” from Heritage Music Press. Check out the video below of Artie leading an elementary class in one of the fun activities featured in the book:

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Self-Teaching Courses for Piano and Guitar with DVD 09 November, 2011

Two Self-Teaching favorites, Alfred’s Self-Teaching  Basic Guitar Course and Alfred’s Self-Teaching Basic Adult Piano Course, are now available with DVD and CD. Both methods teach how to read music in addition to how to chord. The CD lets you play along with the songs in the book and the DVD helps by demonstrating techniques that are used in each song in the book.

The guitar method includes a chord chart on the back page that sorts the chords by key. The piano method book includes “emusic”–50 free music downloads. If you are giving or getting a guitar, keyboard or piano for Christmas, one of these self-teaching books will get you or your loved one started.

If you want to know more about these books or related instructional materials please call us at 1-800-42-MUSIC, email us or check out our website.

Rosen up your bow and play your fiddle hard… 08 November, 2011

What song hit both #3 on the rock charts and #1 on the country charts and featured the violin, of all instruments.  The year was 1979, and the group was The Charlie Daniels Band.  Yes – it was “The Devil Went Down to Georgia,” which won the group a Grammy Award for Best Country Performance that year.  We were all saddened to hear that one of the co-writers of that song, and the keyboardists for the band for 40 years, Joel “Taz” Gregorio, was killed in a car accident in October, 2011 on the way to meet the band’s tour bus for an upcoming performance.  Perhaps a special tribute is in order!

“The Devil Went Down to Georgia” has been a frequently requested song at Stanton’s.  The story line, which is more spoken than sung, involves a challenge by the Devil to a fiddle playing contest with a young man named Johnny.  If Johnny wins, he gets a fiddle of solid gold.  If he loses, the Devil gets his soul.  After each of them plays, it is obvious that Johnny is the better fiddler and wins the golden fiddle – ’cause he’s “the best that’s ever been!”

There are three sheet music formats in which this song is currently available.  There is a Piano/Vocal Sheet that comes with a pull-out violin part.  It is also available in a Marching Band edition arranged by Michael Brown that features the mallet percussion on the “fiddle” solos.  There is also a Concert Band edition arranged by Michael Brown that features a soloist on the “fiddle” parts (solo parts included for flute, violin, clarinet, alto saxophone or mallet percussion) as well as an optional narrator to tell the story.  All have been best sellers for years.

So why not pay tribute to one of the writers of this famous tune and get your copy of “The Devil Went Down to Georgia” in whichever format suits your situation.  Then you can do your part to become the “best that’s ever been!”

SAVE THE DATE: Sacred Choral Reading Session! 07 November, 2011

Plan to attend the next Stanton's Sacred Choral Clinic on Saturday, January 7th, 2012. We will be featuring the best new choral publications for Lent, Easter and beyond, as chosen by Stanton's sacred choral staff. The clinic will be held in its usual place at the Battelle Fine Arts Center at Otterbein University in Westerville, OH.

Attending this clinic is a fantastic way for you to choose new church anthems for your choir by hearing the music read live! This January's clinicians will be Stanton's own Judy Henry and president emeritus Jim Strouse. Please feel free to contact Stanton's at 1-800-42-MUSIC and speak with a choral staff member for the details of the event. We look forward to seeing you at 8:30 for registration, coffee and doughnuts followed by a wonderful morning of singing!

New Games for Elementary Music 05 November, 2011

If you missed our Elementary General Music Clinic this August, you can still check out these new titles recommended by the elementary/classroom music specialists at Stanton's Sheet Music :

Music Games for Every Month
Creative, fun, authentic, relevant—this collection of REPRODUCIBLE worksheets includes note spellers, matching activities, word searches, and more, all incorporating music concepts and skills such as pitch and rhythm recognition, music history, and music vocabulary. With this resource, you’ll be prepared no matter the season!

Music Scrambles
Teach and test music reading skills with this 100% reproducible resource for developing musicians! Individual measures of familiar melodies have been randomly scattered for students to reassemble. Occasional bonus questions further enhance musical learning. What a fun way to use those few extra minutes of class time or plan for a substitute teacher. Fun for all ages!

For more information on these or other materials for Elementary classroom music, contact us!

New Concert Band Reading Clinic in 2 Weeks 04 November, 2011

Just a reminder that the 2011 New Concert Band Reading Clinic co-sponsored by Stanton's and Capital University will take place November 18-19 at the Capital University Conservatory of Music.  Friday sessions are scheduled from 9:00 am - 5:00 pm, with an evening performance by the Capital University Symphonic Winds at 7:30 pm. Saturday's schedule is from 8:00 am - 1:30 pm, featuring performances by the Capital University Wind Symphony and Honors Concert Band.

The Concert Band Reading Clinic is FREE, you can register on-site, and may attend either, both, or parts of both days.  For more information, read our complete post here.

Christmas Music for Beginning Orchestra 03 November, 2011

Do you need some more selections for your Holiday concert? Try one of these educationally valid and highly programmable pieces recommended by Stanton’s Sheet Music:

NORTHPOLE WORKSHOP
Doug Spata
35965 Gr. 1.5 $45.00
Fun polka depicting Santa's elves. Teaching Elements: string crossing • staccato • elementary arpeggios • 8th notes

JAPANESE CHRISTMAS
Keiko Yamada
FAS69 Gr. 1.5 $40.00
Unique Bring a Torch + Holly & Ivy. Teaching Elements: Asian pentatonic harmony • subtle dynamics • multiculturalism

GRANDMA GOT RUN OVER BY A REINDEER
Arr. Bob Cerulli
35912 Gr. 2.5 $45.00
Fun! Sprinkled with Xmas quotes. Teaching Elements: D.S. al Coda concept • 16th/8th/16th rhythm • F & Bb

NUTCRACKER…IN ABOUT 3 MINUTES
Arr. Doug Wagner
35896 Gr. 2.5 $45.00
5 tightly woven ballet movements. Teaching Elements: Romantic chromaticism • tempo & meter changes • caesuras

For more recommendations from Stanton's, contact Dan in Orchestra!

Piano Instruction with DVD! 02 November, 2011

 Two favorite piano instruction books for adults now come with a DVD!
Alfreds Basic Adult Piano Course Lesson Book Level One, and Adult All-in-One Course Level One.

These books have a chordal approach to learning the piano, which helps the beginner to get into pop music quicker. The DVD helps to see the technique involved in playing different styles.

Call Stanton’s at 1-800-42-MUSIC, or email our keyboard department for more information.

Calling All Central Ohio Musicians! 01 November, 2011

Stanton’s Sheet Music will be featuring some small ensembles performing in our store during the holiday season to add to the atmosphere for our customers.

Are you a soloist or part of a small vocal or instrumental group that could volunteer your talents to provide some seasonal music on a Saturday in December? Use this as an opportunity to advertise your group to our musical clientele, or to refine your set before performing in your school or community concert!

Contact Judy in our keyboard department to find out about getting added to our line-up!