All compositions and arrangements by Lucas Richman unless otherwise noted.
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Kentucky Derby - NEW! pdf score
by Ferde Grofe
(3332-4331-timp+3, hp, cel, str) 6:30
A captivating miniature tone poem that captures all of the events on the day of the great horse race, from its stirring love theme to the dynamic galloping finish. ($200/$100)
American Fanfare pdf score
(2222-2321-timp+2, str) 3:15
Originally written for the city of Palo Alto, California, this orchestral fanfare is an exciting opener for any occasion. ($100/$50)
The Brentwood Rag pdf score
(2222-2210-perc, str) 3:00
A spritely ragtime piece that evokes a lazy afternoon of people-watching while sipping a medium half-caff/half-decaff/soy vanilla latte in Southern California...
Colonial Liberty Overture pdf score
(3222-4331-timp+2, hp, str) 6:00
A perfect opener for a patriotic concert using original melodies to create the atmosphere of colonial America and its struggles to become an independent country. ($150/$100)
(2222-2221-timp+1, hp, str) 12:00
Sweeping melodies, reminiscent of romantic film scores, propel the drama of this poetic orchestral ballet.
In the Day When I Cried Out (Cantata) pdf score
(Solo Vocal Quartet, Gospel Choir, 2222-4231-timp+2, pno, hp, str) 15:00
Ideal for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day concerts, this moving work uses text from the Psalms to describe the search for spiritual guidance. The classical orchestra blends with traditional gospel styles that include the riveting title anthem and a thrilling, hand-clapping finale.
Jalopy and Blues pdf score
Propulsive rhythms drive with energy, surrounding a brief bluesy interlude. ($125/$75)
An Overture to Blanche pdf score
(2222, Tenor Sax-2221-timp+2, pno, str) 8:45
Tennessee Williams' play, A Streetcar Named Desire, is the inspiration for music depicting the final days of Blanche Dubois in New Orleans' French Quarter. Orchestras that have performed An Overture to Blanche most recently include the Pittsburgh Symphony. ($200/$100)
Paul Revere's Ride pdf score
(2222-3221-timp+2, str) 3:00
Tracing the famous ride of Paul Revere as he alerts the Minutemen, this galloping march was written in1906 by the New March King, Edward Taylor Paull. ($100/$50)(Several Actors, 3332-4331-timp+3, pno, hp, str) 18:00
Old-time radio shows are matched with the classical works that provided their theme songs... a delight for “down-home” Pops concerts.
The Stainless Banner March
Set in the pre and post civil war American South, this piece is a large-scale, rousing panorama of themes from both the opera The Stainless Banner. ($125/$75)
Stephen Foster Songs pdf score
(Soprano, Tenor, 3222-4331-timp+3, hp, str) 9:00
Weaving many of Stephen Foster's greatest songs, including Beautiful Dreamer, Jeannie with the Light Brown Hair and Oh! Susanna, this collection conjures deep patriotism with the poignant duet of Was My Brother in the Battle/For the Dear Old Flag I Die. Songs may be performed separately or as a continuous medley. ($225/$150)
Summer Excursions pdf score
(2222-4230-timp, str) 9:30
In the vein of Aaron Copland's Outdoor Overture, this work depicts summer frolics and fun along with barbershop quartets and band concerts in the park. ($225/$100)
A Time to for Heroes pdf score
(3222-4331-timp+3, pno, str) 6:00
This rousing work musicalizes the inner strength, poise and indefatigability of a small town's community inhabitants in the face of decades of adversity. ($150/$100)
Wake Me a Song pdf score
(Chorus, 3333-4331-timp+3, pno, hp, str) 9:00
A festive work perfect for any celebration highlighting the importance of young people and their involvement in art and music.
We Share a Bond pdf scoreVisit "We Share a Bond" page.
(Chorus SSAA, 2232-3311-timp+1, pno-elec., bass, str) 5:00
Written for Race for the Cure, this breast-cancer awareness song of empowerment has been recorded by the Knoxville Symphony.
A Western Fanfare pdf score
(2222-2210-timp+1, hp, str) 3:00
A vibrant opener that immediately conjures images of the Old West. Premiered by the Los Angeles Philharmonic.
Woodlands Music pdf score
(2222-2210-perc, str, optional harmonica) 3:00
Co-written with George Casselberry, this original folk-tune develops into a full hoedown.