Our Music


We select programs from these and other selections in our extensive library of dance music, movie/cartoon compositions, light classics, popular tunes, seasonal favorites, and patriotic songs.



o    A Scottish Suite: A lovely collection of songs from the Highlands. 

o    Abide with Me & The Last Post: A beautiful hymn and haunting British bugle call.

o    America the Beautiful: One of this nation’s favorite patriotic songs.  

o      Beer Barrel Polka: “Roll out the barrel, we’ll have a barrel of fun.”

o    Caprice for Clarinets: A delightful quartet arrangement that is a LEW favorite. 

o    Christmas Time Is Here. From “A Charlie Brown Christmas.”  

o    Eine Kleine Nachtmusik: “A Little Night Music” by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. 

o    George M. Cohen Medley: From “Yankee Doodle Dandy” to “Over There.”

o    Hanukkah Suite. A lively and moving suite of four traditional Hanukkah melodies. 

o    Hungarian Dance #5: One of the twenty-one Brahms lively folk dances.  

o    Infernal Galop: The Can-Can from Offenbach’s “Orpheus in the Underworld.” 

o    Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring. One of Bach’s most well-known compositions.

o    Just a Closer Walk: A Dixieland composition well-known and much loved.

o    Largo al Factotum: Aria sung by Figaro in the Rossini’s opera “Barber of Seville.” 

o    Linus and Lucy: a composition written for the Van Pelt kids, Linus and Lucy.

o    National Emblem Truly one of the all-time best marches. 

o    Rondeau. The opening theme from the PBS Masterpiece series.  

o    Songs of the British Isles: Beautifully and imaginatively arranged folk songs.

o    Stars and Stripes Forever: Probably John Philip Sousa’s most famous march.

o    Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious: Walt Disney’s “Mary Poppins” tongue twister. 

o    Sweet Georgia Brown: A jitterbug, jazz, and basketball classic all rolled into one.

o    Tequila: A classic rock favorite from the 1950s by the Champs.

o    The Magnificent Seven: A blockbuster opening for a sensational Western movie.

o    The Pink Panther: A Henry Mancini composition for the movie series. 

o    YMCA: Made popular in 1978 by the Village People.