Originally published in 1957, with five diverse movements, American composer J. Clifton Williams' Symphonic Suite includes: "Intrada," "Chorale," "March," "Antique Dance," and "Jubilee." A brilliantly conceived study in motivic repetition, development, and permutation, Douglas Wagner has selected the contrasting "Chorale" and "March" movements in this arrangement designed for successful performance by younger players. Drawn from the original edition, the two movements are presented unabridged, with the composer's unique scoring colorations preserved whenever possible. A cherished new setting for the young band repertoire. This title is available in SmartMusic.