Original Marches for Concert Band

The Beacon-News March – Grade 3
“Written for the Sesquicentennial of the Aurora (IL) Beacon-News newspaper”

Buccaneer March – Grade 2.5

The Capricious Rogue March – Grade 3

City of Lights March – Grade 3

The Constable March – Grade 2

The Corsair March – Grade 2 ½

Cougar March – Grade 1 ½ 
“Written for Charles Culler Middle School (Lincoln, NE) Band”

Crossed Swords March – Grade 2 ½

The Dickinson Press March – Grade 2 ½
“Written for the Dickinson Press Newspaper – Dickinson, North Dakota”

Excelsior March – Grade 1 ½  

The Guardian March – Grade 3
Originally titled “The Spirit of Victory” this march was written for the Aurora (IL) Post #84 American Legion Band

The Imposter March – Grade 1.5

The Jade Medallion March – Grade 2 ½ 

The Jolly Minstrels March – Grade 3

Le Bourgeois Cavalier – Grade 1 ½

Lincoln Journal Star March – Grade 3
“Written for the Lincoln Journal Star Newspaper – Lincoln, Nebraska”

The Magistrate March – Grade 1 ½

Marche Divertissement – Grade 3

Marche Sans Souci – Grade 3

The Marksman March – Grade 2 ½

The New Cadets March – Grade 1 ½

Paladin March – Grade 1 ½

The Pantagraph March – Grade 3
“Written for The Pantagraph Newspaper – Bloomington/Normal, Illinois”

Phalanx March – Grade 3

The Scarlet Guard March – Grade 2 ½

The Scoundrel March – 1 ½

The Sentinel March – Grade 2 ½

Spectre of Fortune March – Grade 3
“Official march of the State of Massachusetts Lion’s Club Organizations”

Stony Creek March – Grade 2.5

The Titan March – Grade 4
“Written for Illinois Wesleyan University Bands”

The White Oak March – Grade 3

March Arrangements

Hail to the Huskies March (1941) by Charles Porter – Grade 3

Hippodrome (1913) by Will Huff – Grade 3

King of Terror (1892) by W. P. Chambers – Grade 4

Knight Errant (1914) by Karl King – Grade 3

Marche aux Flambeaux by F. Scotson Clark – Grade 3

Military March (1878) by Peter Tchaikovsky – Grade 3
Orchestrated from original piano piece

Sir Galahad (1917) by Karl King – Grade 3

Three Musketeers (1924) by Karl King – Grade 3 ½