Douglas Anderson

Handbell Arrangements

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Antonoff, Jack; Hasker, Jeffrey B.; Dost, Andrew W.; & Ruess, Nathaniel. Some Nights. The platinum-selling hit composed, recorded and popularized by the group Fun.
Published by Hope Publishing

Délibes, Leo. Flower Duet from Lakmé. Familiar from many uses in movies and television. Recently in use in the Ghirardelli Chocolate television commercials.
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Recording

Dvorak, Antonin. Serenade Mvt. 1 from Serenade for Strings
Score
Recording

Gounod, Charles. Funeral March of a Marionette. Familiar as the theme music of the Alfred Hitchcock Presents television program.
Score

James, E.W., Jr. My Home Among the Hills. Considered by many to be the unofficial anthem of the state of West Virginia and of West Virginia Wesleyan College, where the composer served as trustee.
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Recording

Jepsen, Carly Rae; & Crowe, Tavish. Call Me Maybe. The megahit from Canadian pop star Carly Rae Jepsen.
Published by Hope Publishing
Recording

Piazzolla, Astor. Libertango.
In Press (From the Top Publishing)

Piazzolla, Astor. Oblivion.
In Press (From the Top Publishing)

Respighi, Ottorino. Balletto from Ancient Airs and Dances, Suite 1
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Recording

Sousa, John Philip. The Washington Post. The famous march by the march king.
Published by Beckenhorst Press
Recording
Percussion Parts
Performance Notes and Errata

Strauss, Johann, Jr. Emperor Waltz. The famous waltz by the waltz king.
Score


Arrangements

Anderson, Douglas. Voices of Blue and Gray. A medley of three popular tunes from the American Civil War, Tramp, Tramp, Tramp, the Boys are Marching; Tenting Tonight ("Tenting on the Old Campground"); and Battle Cry of Freedom.
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Anderson, Douglas. Doughboys. A medley of two popular tunes from World War I, Over There and Anchors Aweigh.
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Douglas Anderson
Artistic Director
Mid-Ohio Valley Ringers

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