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Talent Music Publishers

Talent Music Publishers

The idea for Talent Music Publishers originated in 1995 in the small town of Talent, Oregon by Norman Rowe.  In 2007 the idea became reality and Talent Music Publishers began operations.  The music offered by Talent Music Publishers encompasses a wide variety of pieces for performance.  Many of the band pieces have the multiple-option of string parts in the main band key and String Orchestra adaptations in string friendly keys. To search by level of difficulty, download full catalogue and scroll to desired level.

Featured Products

Ariapa

Price: $35.00

LEVEL: Grade 2


“Ariapa” is a piece written to evoke a wide range of emotions.  The powerful beginning signifies strength and power.  The main melody should create a feeling of well-being and fortitude.  The Chorale section is scored to emote sadness with a hint of optimism as the composition rises to its final climax.  The title itself comes from a computer program that randomly makes up fictitious words.



Ave Verum

Price: $25.00

LEVEL: Grade 2


Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's Ave verum corpus in D major (K. 618) was written for Anton Stoll (a friend of his and Joseph Haydn's) who was musical coordinator in the parish of Baden bei Wien, near Vienna.  This setting of the Ave verum corpus text was composed to celebrate the feast of Corpus Christi and the autograph is dated 17 June 1791.



Bacchanal from "Samson and Delilah"

Price: $45.00

LEVEL: Section 2


This is a delightful and challenging piece for the section 2 band and is suitable for contest.  It contains a haunting melody which is shared with all instruments underscored by and exciting Tympani part.



Ballad of the Counter Doppelganger

Price: $40.00

LEVEL: Grade 3


A musical narrative/sound painting, featuring either the flute or flugelhorn, based on a story about the good and evil in us all. This chart mixes rhythmic displacement with classical and funk influences. 

 



Carillon

Price: $40.00

LEVEL: Grade 0.5


“Carillon” is a well-known piece from the L'Arlesienne Suite for grade 0.5 band suitable for concert or festival. As few notes are utilized with the base goal of 6 notes for each part. The Clarinets do not go over the break.



Cascade Mountain Suite

Price: $50.00

LEVEL: Grades 3 - 2 - 4


This original piece is based on the memories of the composer’s visit to the Cascade mountain range as a young Sailor on liberty from his ship moored in Tacoma, Washington.  The piece is written in three movements:  1. The Skagit’s,  2. Lake Helen, and  3. Bridge of the Gods.  There are many elements in this piece that will challenge the Brass band.  There are syncopated sections, multiple meter changes and exposed section soli.  There is some atonality in the third movement.



Enter the Four

Price: $40.00

LEVEL: Grade 4


Truly a head bob worthy chart; “Enter the Four” is a medium bluesy funk groove song that leaves the audience wanting more. This is a great piece suitable for a grade 4 big band. Enter the Four is dedicated to four of Ryne’s close friends, all of which coincidentally have the same first name, Jeremy.



Louisiana Rag

Price: $40.00

LEVEL: Grade 3+


Very little is known about the composer.  But we do know that "Louisiana Rag" was composed for piano while the composer was working as a traveling musician in Shreveport, Louisiana.



Processional March Montezuma

Price: $35.00

LEVEL: Grade 3


Processional March by Humphrey John Stewart (1856 – 1932) was composed as the introductory portion of music for the play, Montezuma, written by Louis A. Robertson and performed in the Bohemian Grove, Sonoma County, California, August 3, 1908.



Prometheus the Fire Bringer

Price: $40.00

LEVEL: Grade 4


Written as a tribute to great organ symphony finales, Prometheus brings us the excitement of the Greek god that brought humankind fire.



Texas and Oregon Grand March

Price: $40.00

LEVEL: Grade 4


The Texas and Oregon Grand March was composed for solo pianoforte in 1844. Heinrich dedicated the work "To His Excellency John Tyler, President of the United States."




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