A piano reduction of Anderson's work, with indications of orchestral instruments throughout. Reprinted from the 1950 edition published by Mills Music.
Arranged by Justin Koszarek. With performance notes. This piece was composed in 1945, and was popularized as the theme music for CBS' The Late Show. This arrangement is for percussion septet.
Co-authored by Eleanor Anderson and Steve Metcalf. Anderson was the great composer pop-flavored orchestral miniatures such as The Syncopated Clock and The Typewriter. This book includes a biography, list of works and performances, discography and bibliography. Preface, appendices and index.
This collection of songs by Anderson includes songs written with Mitchell Parish; songs from the musical Goldilocks; songs cut from Goldilocks; and three previously unpublished songs. With a biography and black & white photos.
The complete piano music of Anderson, published on the occasion of his 100th birthday. Includes several arrangements of songs and other music. With a biography and black & white photos.
Miles plays music by Leonard Bernstein, Leroy Anderson, Vivaldi, and others. With the Duisburg Philharmonic.
The Emory Symphonic Winds perform music by Alfred Reed, Gustav Holst, Bruce Boughton, Jennifer Higdon, Leroy Anderson, and others.
Bennett performs music by Bach, Sibelius, Richard Strauss, Leroy Anderson, Peter Planyavsky, Elgar, Norman Cocker, Dupre, Jean Langlais, Herman Schroeder, Healey Willan and Vierne.
Animal and insect-themed music by Leroy Anderson, Victor Young, Sidney Torch, Percy Faith, Ron Goodwin, Mischa Michaeloff, Cyril Stapleton, George Liberace, Jay Wilbur, and Kermit Leslie. Various orchestras.
This volume contains arrangements for three to six guitars of music by Ernesto Lecuona, Bach, Offenbach, Debussy, Leroy Anderson, and others. With notes in Japanese.
Edited by Maurice Hinson. With a foreword, notes on the edition, suggestions for further reading, and biographical notes. Includes music by Leroy Anderson, Samuel Barber, Amy Beach, Dave Brubeck, Aaron Copland, George Gershwin, Morton Gould, Stan Kenton, Edward MacDowell, Fats Waller, and others.
This is the first publication of Anderson's lively Waltz, scored for medium-sized orchestra.
A march for medium-sized orchestra by Anderson, who is probably better known for his arrangements than for his original works. This is the first publication of the work.
Condensed, three-staff score of Anderson's orchestral work. Instrument indications are provided throughout. Reprint edition. Please note that no full score of this work is available. Duration ca. 3 minutes.
This is a condensed score of Anderson's little orchestral piece. The music is printed on three staves. There is no full score available; the conductor would read from this score. Instrument indications are provided throughout. Reprint edition.
A condensed score of this work in three staves. Instrumental indications are provided throughout. No full score is available; the conductor would read from this edition. Reprint edition. Duration ca. 2 minutes.