News & Views Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Category: Brass

New! Ultimate Christmas Instrumental Solos Play-Along 02 December, 2013

Pick up your instrument and add more joy to your Christmas season, or keep your students playing through December with the recently released Ultimate Christmas Instrumental Solos collection from Alfred Publishing.

Perfect for developing and intermediate level players, this collection features 35 well-known Christmas carols and songs with an enhanced mp3 CD.  The CD includes both demonstration tracks with the melody and play-along tracks with the fully orchestrated accompaniments, as well as PDF files of the piano accompaniment parts.  The mix of sacred Christmas carols, secular Christmas songs, folk carols, and a few medley arrangements, along with a targeted difficulty of grades 2-3, ensures that there is something for everyone!

Books are available for Flute, Clarinet, Alto Sax, Tenor Sax, Trumpet, F Horn, Trombone, Violin, Viola, and Cello.  Please note that the wind and string books are not compatible with each other due to key and range considerations.  Check out the contents below, and order your copy from Stanton’s Sheet Music!

Angels Medley:
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Angels from the Realms of Glory
-Angels We Have Heard on High
Believe (from The Polar Express)
Blue Christmas
Carol Medley:
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Hark! The Herald Angels Sing
-O Come All Ye Faithful
-The First Noel
Celebration Medley:
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Hallelujah Chorus
-Joy to the World
Do They Know It’s Christmas (Feed the World)
Feliz Navidad
Folk Carol Suite:
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Noel Nouvelet
-Masters In This Hall
-Coventry Carol
-Echo Carol
Frosty the Snowman
Gesu Bambino
Grown-Up Christmas List
Happy Xmas (War Is Over)
Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas
A Holly Jolly Christmas
I’ll Be Home for Christmas
Infant Holy, Infant Lowly
It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year
Jingle Bell Rock
Jingle Bells
Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!
The Little Drummer Boy
Lo, How a Rose E’er Blooming
Manger Medley:
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Away in a Manger (Cradle Song)
-Away in a Manger
-Silent Night
Mary Did You Know?
O Christmas Tree
O Holy Night
Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree
Rudolph, The Red-Nosed Reindeer
Santa Claus Is Comin’ to Town
Sleigh Ride
Themes from The Nutcracker Suite:
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Overture
-March
-Dance of the Sugar-Plum Fairy
-Russian Dance (Trepak)
-Waltz of the Flower
Ukrainian Carol
We Wish You a Merry Christmas
Winter Wonderland
You’re a Mean One, Mr. Grinch

College Tubists! 31 October, 2013

If your applied instrument instructor has given you a list of repertoire that they want you to work on this coming year, contact Stanton’s and we can supply all your sheet music needs.  If no specific list has been recommended, consider these top selling materials:

Top Selling Tuba Technique Books
AL28604 – 43 Bel Canto Studies – Bordogni
AL28596 – 70 Studies Book 1 – Blazhevich
AL28597 – 70 Studies Book 2 – Blazhevich
AL28601 – 60 Selected Studies – Kopprasch
48001043 – 40 Advanced Studies – Tyrell
15662 – Low Etudes for Tuba – Snedecor
AL28599 – 24 Melodious Etudes – Vasiliev

Top Selling Tuba Solo Literature
50282070 – Honor and Arms – Handel/Harvey
35022071 – Suite for Tuba – Haddad
BWI00074 – His Majesty the Tuba – Dowling
W1647 – Air and Bouree – J. S. Bach/Bell
03774666 – Introduction and Dance – Barat/Smith
W1133 – Beelzebub – Catozzi/Seredy
49005060 – Sonata – Hindemith
35020961 – Sonata #3 in A Minor – Vivaldi/Morris
03775123 – Sonata #1 in F Major – Marcello/Little

College Trombonists and Euphonium Players! 10 October, 2013

If your applied instrument instructor has given you a list of repertoire that they want you to work on this coming year, contact Stanton’s and we can supply all your sheet music needs.  If no specific list has been recommended, consider these top selling materials:

Top Selling Trombone/Euphonium Technique Books
O1594X – Melodious Etudes Book 1 – Rochut
O1595 – Melodious Etudes Book 2 – Rochut
O1596 – Melodious Etudes Book 3 – Rochut
O23 – Arban’s Famous Method – Arban
48001055 – 40 Progressive Studies – Tyrell
04470720 – Selected Studies (Trombone) – Voxman
04470730 – Selected Studies (Euphonium) – Voxman
O4767 – Studies in Legato – Fink
O4768 – Studies in Legato (Bass Trombone) – Fink
O2895 – 60 Selected Studies Book 1 – Kopprasch
O2615 – 60 Selected Studies Book 2 – Kopprasch

Top Selling Trombone Solo Literature
TS0046 – Morceau Symphonique – Guilmant
K04563 – Concerto – Rimsky-Korsakov
W2490 – Blue Bells of Scotland – Pryor
2221 – Six Sonatas Book 1 – Galliard
2222 – Six Sonatas Book 2 – Galliard
W1691 – Starlight – Pryor
1-5036 – Concerto – Jacob
10530185 – Annie Laurie – Pryor/Smith
2147 Sonata in A Minor – Marcello/Ostrander
03773993 – Andante et Allegro – Barat

Top Selling Euphonium Solo Literature
03774665 – Introduction and Dance (BC/TC) – Barat
W2477 – Beautiful Colorado (BC only) – De Luca
W2475 – Beautiful Colorado (TC only) – De Luca
CBS00135 – Suite in Ab (BC/TC) – Hendel/Beldon
TS0060 – Carnival of Venice (BC/TC) – Clarke
03774006 – Napoli (BC only) – Bellstedt/Simon
03773938 – Napoli (TC only) – Bellstedt/Simon

Now Available from Lip-Slur World Headquarters! 04 September, 2013

Modern Flexibilities for Brass
Scott Belck
Meredith Music Publications
$14.99

Have you been following the Lip-Slur World Headquarters Facebook page?  If so, you need to buy this book!

This is the COMPLETE first collection of Scott Belck‘s unique lip-slur exercises.

This is not your grandfather’s lip slur book! It is an innovative method incorporating an entirely new vocabulary of harmonically rich and rhythmically varied exercises; challenging, fun and interesting to practice. As a professional trumpeter, lead player, jazz artist, soloist, chamber player, educator and composer, Belck combines a unique writing style, challenging musicians to think and practice creatively.  A must-have for players of all levels, Modern Flexibilities is quickly becoming a staple of advanced and professional players’ libraries, and required study of many college and university trumpet studios.

Although designed as a unique approach to lip-slurring for trumpet and other brass, the fingering combinations and interval sequences make interesting studies for saxophone and other woodwinds.  Stanton’s has already filled many orders from trumpeters around the country, even receiving an order from jazz legend Bobby Shew!

If this book isn’t in your library, what are you waiting for?  Order yours today, and hit the shed!

College Bound Hornists! 30 August, 2013

If your applied instrument instructor has given you a list of repertoire that they want you to work on this coming year, contact Stanton’s and we can supply all your sheet music needs.  If no specific list has been recommended, consider these top selling materials:

Top Selling Horn Technique Books
EL00082 – Preparatory Melodies to Solo Work – Pottag
03770212 – 335 Selected Melodious and Progressive Etudes Book 1 – Pottag/Andraud
03770622 – 335 Selected Melodious and Progressive Etudes Book 2 – Pottag/Andraud
O2791 – 60 Selected Studies Book 2 – Kopprasch
0021 – Art of French Horn – Farkas
101 – 40 Progressive Exercises for Low Horn – McCoy
AL16857 – 200 New Melodic Studies Book 1 – Maxime-Alphonse
AL16721 – 200 New Melodic Studies Book 2 – Maxime-Alphonse
AL16720 – 200 New Melodic Studies Book 3 – Maxime-Alphonse

Top Selling Horn Solo Literature
50261880 – Four Horn Concertos and Concert Rondo – Mozart
50262600 – Concerto #1 in Eb Op. 11 – R. Strauss
1205 – Sonata in F, Op. 17 – Beethoven
W1634 – Concerto Op. 8 – F. Strauss
AL19955 – En Foret – Bozza
49002318 – Rondo in Bb – Cooke
2111 – Villanelle – Dukas/Chambers
1489 – Concertpiece Op. 94 – Saint-Saens
49004225 – Sonata – Hindemith

College Bound Trumpeters! 28 August, 2013

If your applied instrument instructor has given you a list of repertoire that they want you to work on this coming year, contact Stanton’s and we can supply all your sheet music needs.  If no specific list has been recommended, consider these top selling materials:

Top Selling Trumpet Technique books
Brand New and Best-Selling!00121846 - Modern Flexibilities for Brass – Belck
New Authentic Edition – O21X – Arban’s Complete Conservatory Method – Arban/Hooten/Marotta
O2280 – Technical Studies – Clarke
TP138 – Lyrical Studies – Concone/Sawyer
EL00304 – First Book of Practical Studies – Getchell/Hovey
EL00305 – Second Book of Practical Studies – Getchell/Hovey
27 – Warmups + Studies – Stamp
O1834 – 27 Melodious & Rhythmical Exercises – Small
AL20452 – 36 Etudes Transcendantes – Charlier
04470680 – Selected Studies – Voxman
03770191 – 27 Groups of Exercises – Irons
O3309X – 40 Progressive Etudes – Hering

Top Selling Trumpet Solo Literature
FCS01561 – Aria Con Variazione – Handel/Fitzgerald
TS0026 – Sonata – Kennan
TP146A – Concert Etude – Goedicke/Glover
755 – Concerto in Eb – Hummel/Voisin
1985 – Concerto in Eb Major HOB VIIE, #1 – Haydn/Voisin
FCS01560 – Sonata VIII – Corelli/Fitzgerald
49004226 – Sonata – Hindemith
2376 – Concerto – Arutunian/Voisin
AL21923 – Fantasie in Eb – Barat
AL21324 – Andante et Scherzo – Barat

The Power of Social Media 29 July, 2013

We’ve been amazed at the number of orders we’ve taken for a brand new trumpet method book called Modern Flexibilities for Brass written by Scott Belck.

Scott, a good Stanton’s friend and chairperson of the jazz department at the University of Cincinnati, started a FaceBook page last summer called Lip Slur International Headquarters. He would write unusual lip slurs and post them on the page every day including humorous commentary to make everything fun and light. Well, his pals here at Stanton’s saw a publishing opportunity and put him in touch with the good people at the Hal Leonard and Meredith Publishing Company. Although it’s pretty unusual to have something happen this fast, Scott’s new book just hit our shelves last week and we can’t keep it in stock!

Scott has been gracious enough to plug Stanton’s Sheet Music on the Lip Slur Headquarter’s FaceBook page and in one week we’ve had over 40 copies leave the store to all points around the world. THE ONLY PROMOTION FOR THIS BOOK HAS BEEN ON FACEBOOK!!! The actual new issue date isn’t until September but the buzz was so great that the production schedule was bumped up. Contact Stanton’s instrumental department for more information on this amazing book!

Preview New Music from Home! 27 February, 2013

As you begin looking planning you Spring concert program, remember that you can preview music from Stanton’s before you decide to buy! We know that it’s difficult to tell if a particular piece of music will fit your needs without actually reading it through, so similar to checking things out from a library, you can “borrow” resources from our store using the “21 Day Trial” program!

piano musicEach of Stanton’s departments has slightly different guidelines about what/how many items can be sent on “21 Day Trial,” but in general we can send printed sheet music that is currently in stock. You can request items for trial by phone, email, fax, online or in person—any of the ways that you can place a regular order—but make sure that you specify “21 Day Trial.” You can list the music you’d like to peruse, or you can give us some specifications (like “Patriotic easy piano solos,” “SSA choral music on the theme of friendship,” or “new publications for 8th grade jazz band”) and Stanton’s knowledgeable staff will find some suggestions for you!

We require account or credit card information so that if you choose to keep the music we can charge you accordingly, or return the music within 21 days of your invoice date and you’ll never be charged! (You’ll just have to pay return shipping to get the music back to us.)

Contact us now to request your trial, and then you won’t have to rush around once you’re done with Contest or back from Spring break!

Lip Slurs for Horn 28 June, 2012

Meredith Music Publications’ new book, Lip Slurs for Horn by Howard Hilliard is a great discovery!

It is a very comprehensive approach to the Horn warm-up and covers the whole gamut of what players of all levels will need to develop flexibility, range, lip trills and endurance. Starting with sets of lip slurs for the beginning player the book creates a tremendous foundation and is one of the few books around that provides increasing challenges for the intermediate and advanced player.

The best part of the book is that all of the exercises are refreshingly musical.  It’s a pleasure to use as both a player and a teacher and will become as standard to the Horn curriculum as Arban, Clarke and Schlossberg are to the Trumpet.

For more details on this and other publications from Meredith Music, contact Stanton’s by email, or by phone at 1-800-426-8742.

USE IT OR LOSE IT! 01 May, 2012

School Teachers – we’re talking your budget allotment here!  In these tough economic times, you will want to make sure that you use what you have been given!  If you have money left on any of your Purchase Orders, we recommend that you get it spent before someone in the office decides to pull it out from under you and buy soccer balls with it!  Plus if you don’t use your allotment, there is a chance you won’t get as much next year because the clerk/treasurer sees that you don’t spend what you’ve been given, so they’ll give you less the next time!

With that in mind, Stanton’s Sheet Music has some great music with which you can finish out the school year.  Whether you want serious literature or something on the lighter side, we have plenty of choral, band and orchestra music that would be perfect for your Spring Concerts, for graduation, for teaching new concepts or practicing sight-reading or just to get a head start on next year. 

Check out the recommendations on our website, or call Stanton’s at 1-800-42-MUSIC (1-800-426-8742) and talk to one of our knowledgeable sales people about top notch music to finish out your budget.  The music we recommend is educationally valid, the best sounding and the most highly programmable, so you can count on getting just the right pieces for your groups to get your precious money’s worth.  Contact Stanton’s today!

Digitally Download Sheet Music 01 March, 2012

Do you ever need sheet music in a big hurry?  Check out Stanton’s Digital Delivery to browse our digital sheet music library. There are pop songs, Broadway songs, sacred songs, guitar tabs, and much more!

You’ll need to download a free Scorch program that allows you to see the first page of each song you look up, and it allows you to print on your own printer.  Many songs can also be transposed to whatever key you need! Just pay with a credit card, download and print.

This service is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.  Happy browsing!

My Funny Valentine 14 February, 2012

Do you have a significant other that makes you smile with your heart?  Their looks may be laughable (and even unphotographable) yet they’re your favorite work of art?  Then you could call them “My Funny Valentine.”

With lyrics close to those written above, the well known song, “My Funny Valentine,” has become a staple for the day set aside to honor your favorite loved one.  Written in 1937 by Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart for their musical, Babes in Arms, it is sung in the show by the female lead, Billie Smith, to her love interest, Valentine “Val” LaMar.  She pokes gentle fun at some of his characteristics, but ultimately tells him not to change, because they are what gives him his charm.  Just about everyone can relate to that set of circumstances.  After all, love reigns supreme – especially on Valentine’s Day!

If you would like to perform this wonderful song, there are many settings from which to choose. There are versions for vocal solo with piano, as well as arrangements for choir, jazz ensemble (with or without vocal solo), jazz combo, concert band and full or string orchestra.  You can find these all on Stanton’s website, or try our Digital Delivery option if there’s no time to lose!

Get a real, LIVE person on the phone! 30 January, 2012

We’re always talking about our knowledgeable staff—you’ll find that very phrase on much of our printed advertising, as well as on our website. Stanton’s sales staff is separated into departments to ensure that each staff member is well informed about a specific area of the wide variety of music that we carry. So when you call and ask about music for trumpet, you’ll be speaking with someone who has first-hand knowledge of repertoire, not just a phone operator with no musical experience. Here’s what you’ll find in each department:

CHORAL DEPARTMENT (ex. 1)
Church Choral Music
School Choral Music
Elementary Classroom Music
Classical Solo Vocal
Handbell

BAND DEPARTMENT (ex. 2)
Concert Band
Marching Band
Jazz Ensemble
Orchestra
Solos for all concert instruments
Instrumental Method Books
Music Software/Technology

POP/KEYBOARD (ex. 3)
Sacred & Secular Piano
Organ
Piano Method Books
Popular/Broadway Solo Vocal
Contemporary Christian Vocal
Guitar Solos and Methods
Music for Folk Instruments

BILLING AND ACCOUNTS (ex. 4)

You can direct emails to the exact department you need by clicking the links above, or press the appropriate extension when you call 1-800-42-MUSIC (1-800-426-8742). If you’re unsure of which department to choose, we’re always happy to direct you to whoever can best address your needs; press “0″ to have your call directed, or send a general email. At Stanton’s, it is important to us that you receive the most educated answers to your questions and the finest music recommendations.

Stanton’s “21-Day Trial” Program 27 December, 2011

Did you know that you can preview music from Stanton’s before you decide to buy? We know that it’s difficult to tell if a particular piece of music will fit your needs without actually reading it through, so similar to checking things out from a library, you can “borrow” resources from our store using the “21 Day Trial” program!

Each of Stanton’s departments has slightly different guidelines about what/how many items can be sent on “21 Day Trial,” but in general we can send printed sheet music that is currently in stock. You can request items for trial by phone, email, fax, online or in person—any of the ways that you can place a regular order—but make sure that you specify “21 Day Trial.” You can list the music you’d like to peruse, or you can give us some specifications (like “Christmas piano solos,” “SSA choral music on the theme of friendship,” or “new publications for 8th grade jazz band”) and Stanton’s knowledgeable staff will find some suggestions for you!

Sacred product 14We require account or credit card information so that if you choose to keep the music we can charge you accordingly, or return the music within 21 days of your invoice date and you’ll never be charged! (You’ll just have to pay return shipping to get the music back to us.)

As you return from Winter break and begin programming the rest of your school or church year, remember that Stanton’s Sheet Music is here to help!

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

Solos for the Rising Band Musician 13 September, 2011

Just in time for the new school year, renowned band education publisher, C.L. Barnhouse has released a new grade 2 solo collection, Solos for the Rising Band Musician.  Titled in correlation to their Rising Band series of arrangements, this collection features 10 original solos in various concert styles from respected composers James Swearingen, Robert W. Smith, David Shaffer, Ed Huckeby, and Rob Grice. Â 

A piano accompaniment CD is included with each solo book, in addition to a published piano accompaniment for performance purposes. Â Designed with the young musician in mind, a second set of CD tracks and accompaniment book in alternate keys have been created to properly accomodate the comfort levels and ranges of developing oboists and hornists.  These collections are affordable ($12.95/solo book; $14.95 piano accomp.), and are perfect for junior high solo contest, or for private studio teachers looking for new repertoire for their younger students.

17th Annual Jazz and World Music Festival INVITATIONAL 17 March, 2011

Stanton’s wants to remind you of the 17th Annual Jazz and World Music Festival INVITATIONAL on Friday, April 8th, 2011.

Bring your students and enjoy six world class artists this year! Don’t miss: the Capital University Big Band with Bobby Shew and Tom “Bones” Malone AND the Air Force Night Flight Jazz Ensemble beginning at 7pm! Details online and complete the application right there–you will not regret it! Additionally there are exciting activities all month long in celebration of the 35th Anniversary of the jazz studies/music industry program

CALLING ALL ALUMS!
Bring your ax and sit in with the group of your choice on Saturday, April 9th from 4-8pm at RICK’S COACHES in Gahanna, Ohio. Featuring the C.U.R.E. – (ROCK Ensemble), the conFUSION BAND, the Jazz Consort, the Jazz Percussion Ensemble, and the Big Band! Complimentary hors d’oeuvres and the first beer is on us for all alums of the program! Stick around afterward for the

Guest Artist/Faculty Jam from 8-11pm

world-renowned trumpeter  BOBBY SHEW
trombonist TOM BONES MALONE from the David Lettermen Show
pianist LUKE GILLESPIE, Indiana, University, Bloomington, IN
woodwind artist RICK CONDIT – McNeese State University, Lake CHarles, LA
the outstanding drumming of REGGIE JACKSON, Columbus, OH
percussionist extraordinaire LALO DAVILA, Murfreesboro State University, TN
…and SPECIAL guest artist from Istanbul, Turkey, bassist KAMIL ERDEM

Visit our website for the entire month’s events!

Musical Spring Fever! 15 March, 2011

Trumpet Sheet MusicAfter a long Winter, when Spring finally arrives and the “sap starts rising,” Stanton’s can always count on adults coming into the store, saying, “I used to play the (fill in an instrument here) back in high school or college and I’d like to get back to it after all these years.”

For lack of anything better, in the past we would usually recommend a beginner band or string class book, which, although it is aimed at youngsters, can be used as a getting-back-to-basics and brush-up-your-skills tool for an adult.  When used by an individual at their own pace, band and string class books can move right along so they will quickly get an adult player back in shape after letting his/her instrumental skills languish.  However, they contain lots of repetition (great for kids!) and juvenile songs that don’t appeal to adult tastes.

We mentioned this Springtime phenomenon to our publisher representative at Carl Fischer and he got together with his staff and came up with a great series of books especially for those adults who want to pull their musical instrument out of the closet and polish up their “chops.”  Aiming initially at former flute, trumpet and violin players (with more to come, we hope!) they are called: I USED TO PLAY FLUTE,  I USED TO PLAY TRUMPET and
I USED TO PLAY VIOLIN.

Each book contains useful reviews of the basics of Music Theory and a wealth of exercises to get players back in shape plus over twenty fun pieces to play including classical repertoire, folk music, patriotic and sacred titles with the adult player in mind.  An enclosed CD contains very hip audio MP3 files of rhythm-section accompaniments (piano, bass and drums without the melody) so studying, practicing and performing will be more satisfying.  The CD also contains printable PDF files of the piano accompaniments on the CD for playing the music with a pianist friend, allowing for more performance opportunities.  As a bonus, the CD contains complete performances of the songs that supply a performance standard goal.

So now there is an adult-aimed option for getting back to playing music after being away for a while.  When the urge strikes, know that saying, “I used to play…” can get you on the path to the enjoyment of playing music once again.  Do it for the fun of it!

Stanton's Travels Continue! 01 February, 2011

After our trips to Rochester, Grand Rapids and Cincinnati, Stanton’s has one more stop on our convention circuit – next week we’ll be heading to Louisville for the Kentucky Music Educators Association Conference!

In Louisville, you’ll find us in the exhibition hall under the big, blue Stanton’s balloon. Stop by for all your music needs, or to give us a good restaurant recommendation! Contact us this week if you have any special requests for the music we’ll choose to fill our large booth.

Prepare for Black History Month 25 January, 2011

As Black History Month approaches, consider programming or studying the music of these wonderful composers – both classical and jazz. Â  Feel free to use this list as an assignment for mini-biographies from your students too!

David Baker
Harry Burleigh
Duke Ellington
Adolphus Hailstork
W. C. Handy

Fletcher Henderson
Quincy Hilliard
Moses Hogan
Scott Joplin
Quincy Jones
Ulysses Kay
Wynton Marsalis
Thelonious Monk
William Owens
Horace Silver
William Grant Still

Billy Strayhorn
Fats Waller

Contact Stanton’s for more music and resources to celebrate Black History Month.