Paige Noelle Hoffman
Beauty Behind the Madness (for flute and alto saxophone) by Paige Noelle Hoffman (Digital File)
Memories (for Beginning Band) by Maroon 5, arr. Paige Noelle Hoffman (Digital File)
This arrangement of "Memories" by Maroon 5 was specifically written for local band by request from the director. Feel free to purchase this arrangement or get in contact with Paige Hoffman for more information about creating an arrangement specific to your ensemble!
-Score and Parts: $150
Night Circus (for flute, oboe, and bassoon) by Paige Noelle Hoffman (Digital File)
I. Curtain Opens With Excitement!
Watch as the circus of the night unfolds. Prepare yourself for the awe, the laughter, the heartbreak, and the fright. Scoot to the edge of your seat! Get on your feet! Clap to the beat!
II. Young Ballerina With Tender Emotions
Follow Ana on her lyrical journey through the circus of the night. Ana twirls graciously, leaps without doubt, and feels without fear. Her lyrical expressions show her tender emotions as a young ballerina
III. Joking Jugglers
Beware of the joking jugglers with their menace-like tricks! Their acts, created to entertain you, may be the ultimate mischief of the circus. They creep onto the stage just to make fools of one another. Watch! Listen! Beware!
IV. Solemn Ballerina
As Angelica steps onto the stage, her heartbreak is visibly present. Follow Angelica as she ventures into the unknown territory of her intense emotions. Her unique sentimental perspective might just inspire you to look with yourself.
Before the curtain closes, the ballerinas and jugglers all join the stage once more for the finale! The circus of the night has come to an end.
The River Dream (for cello and piano) by Paige Noelle Hoffman (Digital File)
Living in south Louisiana, the Mississippi River is a huge part of my daily life. The River Dream illustrates, for me, the Mississippi River from a new perspective. There is a murky presence lurking over anyone who goes near the Mighty Mississippi after dusk and before dawn. For kayakers, there are large pieces of scrap metal and sharp rocks. For tugboat captains, there are the dangerous and consuming currents in the water. But for the adventurer, the River is a journey; a dream in the night.