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46 product(s) found in Concert Band - Composer - Otto M Schwarz
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Man in the Ice This programmatic piece of music is one of the best-selling works from Otto M. Schwarz. There was a very high demand for a lower grade version to enable young and small bands to perform this epic piece. On September 19th, 1991, a mummified corpse of a man was found at the Similaun glacier in the Ötztäler Alps. The glacier unveiled an early man after 5300 years, with all of his personal belongings. His clothes and weapons were fairly well preserved and provide us today with a deeper insight into that period. Austrian nature filmmaker Kurt Mündel reconstructed the life of this man and made a film, which Otto M. Schwarz used as an opportunity to write a work for symphonic wind band and musically resurrect the “Man in the Ice- Ötzi”.
2078-16-010 M Man in the Ice
Otto M. Schwarz | Mitropa Music | Concert Band/Harmonie | Set (Score & Parts)
€ 98,99
2018-15-010 M The Heart and the Crown
The Walborg Saga | Otto M. Schwarz | Mitropa Music | Concert Band/Harmonie | Set (Score & Parts)
€ 197,99
1953-13-010 M Groove Machine
Otto M. Schwarz | Mitropa Music | Concert Band/Harmonie | Set (Score & Parts)
€ 119,99
The Sound of my Life With this composition, Otto M. Schwarz shows himself totally capable of composing a work with a somber, almost melancholic character. Melody and counterpoint, accompanied by a peaceful harmony, play a kind of question and answer game in this short composition. The piece is written in a rather ABA form, with the perusiion complementing the whole very effectively.
DHP 0981372-010 The Sound of my Life
Otto M. Schwarz | De Haske Publications | Concert Band/Harmonie | Set (Score & Parts)
€ 77,99
Man in the Ice This programmatic piece of music is one of the best-selling works from Otto M. Schwarz. There was a very high demand for a lower grade version to enable young and small bands to perform this epic piece. On September 19th, 1991, a mummified corpse of a man was found at the Similaun glacier in the Ötztäler Alps. The glacier unveiled an early man after 5300 years, with all of his personal belongings. His clothes and weapons were fairly well preserved and provide us today with a deeper insight into that period. Austrian nature filmmaker Kurt Mündel reconstructed the life of this man and made a film, which Otto M. Schwarz used as an opportunity to write a work for symphonic wind band and musically resurrect the “Man in the Ice- Ötzi”.
2078-16-140 M Man in the Ice
Otto M. Schwarz | Mitropa Music | Concert Band/Harmonie | Score Only
€ 20,00
DHP 0981428-010 Casanova
Otto M. Schwarz | De Haske Publications | Concert Band/Harmonie | Set (Score & Parts)
€ 77,99
M-DISC 208-031-3 Absolute Crossover
The Music of Otto M. Schwarz | Otto M. Schwarz | M-Disc | Concert Band | CD Only
€ 17,95
DHP 0960705-010 Millennium
Otto M. Schwarz | De Haske Publications | Concert Band/Harmonie | Set (Score & Parts)
€ 115,99
Rondo Romantica Rondo Romantica is based on the Italian Rococo period. In this piece, Otto M. Schwarz depicts a colourful annual fair and the carefree atmosphere of the period. The piece also has undercurrents of modern elements, such as its diverse rhythms.
DHP 0970953-040 Rondo Romantica
Otto M. Schwarz | De Haske Publications | Concert Band | Set (Score & Parts)
€ 77,99
DHP 0960704-040 Fanfare Prelude
Otto M. Schwarz | De Haske Publications | Concert Band | Set (Score & Parts)
€ 77,99
Funky Winds The success of works like Band Fever, Funk Attack and Groovin’Around stimulated Otto M. Schwarz to compose another workwithin this genre. Groovy percussion elements, which, through theexact phrasing of the bass line and an accessible melody line, reflectthe individual style of the composer, are featured throughout. Thissuccessful formula is sure to make Funky Winds is a great additionto the light repertoire for concert band.
1519-08-140 M Funky Winds
Otto M. Schwarz | Mitropa Music | Concert Band/Harmonie | Score Only
€ 25,00
The Count of Monte Cristo This fantastic new concert work by Otto M. Schwarz is based on the infamous tale of The Count of Monte Christo. Set in 1815 - a few days before Napoleon invaded France, the story is one of adventure on the high seas, spying, buried treasure and savage revenge. So many emotions in one fantastic concert work - this piece is sure to be a winner.
1141-05-140 M The Count of Monte Cristo
Otto M. Schwarz | Mitropa Music | Concert Band/Harmonie | Score Only
€ 30,50
0274-97-140 DHD Fantasie über 'O du fröhliche'
Otto M. Schwarz | Edition DeHaDe | Concert Band/Harmonie | Score Only
€ 18,00
Groovin' Around Driving drum grooves, a straight rhythm, catchy melodies and much space for the soloists’ creativity - that’s how you could describe Otto M. Schwarz’s new composition Groovin’Around.The infectious beat will ensure that the audience will hardly be able to stay in their seats. This work offers soloists the opportunity to improvise, however written-out solos are also provided for those players who are unsure about improvisation, but the important thing is to relax, have fun and get into the groove.
1193-05-140 M Groovin' Around
Otto M. Schwarz | Mitropa Music | Concert Band/Harmonie | Score Only
€ 22,00
Fanfare for the Champions Fanfare for the Champions was commissioned by the municipal concert band of Landeck under the direction of Helmut Schmid on the occasion of the 375th anniversary of the band. The orchestra, which premiered Nostradamus (a key work of the composer), and which also commissioned Mantua - Freedom of the Eagle, has forged a friendship with the composer over a period of many years. This orchestra has participated in the major European competitions and has always performed with distinction—thus the title of the work Fanfare for the Champions.The fanfare, which is written in a style typical for the composer, should convey a feeling of happiness: the feeling to have created or accomplished something special. Don’t resist that feeling!
1901-12-140 M Fanfare for the Champions
Otto M. Schwarz | Mitropa Music | Concert Band/Harmonie | Score Only
€ 21,50
DHP 0960703-140 Wings of Freedom
Otto M. Schwarz | De Haske Publications | Concert Band/Harmonie | Score Only
€ 20,00
1626-09-140 M Saxpack
Otto M. Schwarz | Mitropa Music | Concert Band/Harmonie | Score Only
€ 28,50
Absolute Crossover This composition is made up of three themes, which feature all thefacets of the instrumentation of a concert band as well as that ofa big band. The symphonic passages, reminiscent of film music,enable the full tone and colour of the concert band to be heard,whilst the big band sound is represented in the rock segments andslow swing sections. The musical journey travels along practicallyall styles, ending with an impressive tutti, in which the shufflerhythm of the big band melts together with the grand, classic filmmusic sound of the concert band.
1500-08-140 M Absolute Crossover
Otto M. Schwarz | Mitropa Music | Concert Band/Harmonie | Score Only
€ 26,00
Skyliner Skyliner is the first symphonic concert march from the pen of composer Otto M. Schwarz. His debut in this genre is a spectacular concert march in his unmistakable filmic style. In Skyliner, Otto M. Schwarz has fulfilled the wishes of many musicians by composing a concert march which is also available in a grade 2,5 version.
2031-15-140 M Skyliner
Symphonic March | Otto M. Schwarz | Mitropa Music | Concert Band/Harmonie | Score Only
€ 19,00
Mundus Novus Mundus Novus (‘New World’) is a travelogue in the form of letters sent by the sailor and explorer Amerigo Vespucci in 1502 to the Florentine nobleman Lorenzo di Pierfrancesco di Medici. Vespucci is credited with four journeys to America, eventually leading to Martin Waldseemüller’s map ‘Cosmographiae Introductio' in which the name ‘America’ first appeared.
1909-13-140 M Mundus Novus
The Discovery of the New World | Otto M. Schwarz | Mitropa Music | Concert Band/Harmonie | Score Only
€ 40,00
Up in the Sky One of man’s great dreams has always been to fly high through the air like a bird, free as a bird. There are ancient Greek legends such of those of Daedalus and Icarus, and indeed as early as the 9th century attempts at flight are reputed to have taken place in Arabia. It wasn’t until 1783, however, that the invention of hot air ballooning by the Montgolfier brothers in France propelled man through the air for the first time. This colourful work depicts every step of this adventurous ballooning story.
2054-16-010 M Up in the Sky
The Story of Balloons | Otto M. Schwarz | Mitropa Music | Concert band/Harmonie | Set (Score & Parts)
€ 178,99
The White Tower The year is 1798 and thieves, robbers, and bandits prowl the countryside, wreaking havoc wherever they go and more often than not escaping without so much as a scratch. This was, however, not the case with a supposedly well-planned assault on the German town of Daaden, during which 20 long sought-after crooks from Germany, France, and Holland where captured. Otto M. Schwarz’ exciting musical montage lets people experience the planning, assault, and attempted retreat first hand!
1804-11-140 M The White Tower
Otto M. Schwarz | Mitropa Music | Concert Band/Harmonie | Score Only
€ 58,00
The Verdict The Verdict shows Otto Schwarz great skill at composing Concert Band items in his typical imaginative film musical style. It tells the tale of two brothers who differed greatly, one was handsome and the other a huntchback. The huntchback stabbed his brother after he had taken his bride from him and for this was sentenced to death. He was given a last minute reprise when he told of a spring that would end the local drought. An epic tale of love and revenge!
1721-10-140 M The Verdict
Das Urteil | Otto M. Schwarz | Mitropa Music | Concert Band/Harmonie | Score Only
€ 31,50
0235-97-140 DHD Dort Tanzt Lulu
Otto M. Schwarz | Edition DeHaDe | Concert Band/Harmonie | Score Only
€ 24,00
The Bridge on the Border The Bridge on the Border is a European bridge connecting the German city of Kehl to the French city of Strasbourg. This piece tells the passionate story of German and French lovers who meet at the bridge on the eve of war. Fortunately, this story has a happy ending, with enemies becoming friends, no longer separated by the river between them!
1756-11-140 M The Bridge on the Border
Otto M. Schwarz | Mitropa Music | Concert Band/Harmonie | Score Only
€ 31,50
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