Ensemble

Concert Band

Style

Light / Novelty

Grade Level

Grade 0.5

Time

1:21

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From composer and educator Heather Hoefle, “First Things First” is a basic blues/rock tune for the very beginning band that is playable with just the first five notes introduced in most beginning band methods. Pedagogically sound and musically effective, it is the perfect choice for the first full band arrangement for your beginning band. Your students will love this musical experience!

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