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    Pepper and Manhattan Beach Music Team Up to Help Hurricane Sandy Victims

    Does your band want to help the victims of Hurricane Sandy? Pepper and Manhattan Beach Music have teamed up to provide free music for your band so you can host your own benefit concert.  Bands across the country have expressed interest in putting on benefit concerts, and having free band sets can get them on their way.

    It’s simple.  Once you perform your concert, send the proceeds to the charity of your choice.  That’s it.  There’s no catch!    Use the special item numbers below to order:

    College:  #10346124 – Gaian Visions

    High school, community band:  #10346125 – Simple Gifts: Four Shaker Songs

    Middle school, junior high, high school:  #10346126 – Joy Revisited

    Each of these finely crafted works for band was composed by Frank Ticheli, so you know any one of them will make a wonderful keystone work in your benefit concert program.  There are a limited number of free sets available, so it’s first come, first served.  Free sets are limited to one per customer.   When the inventory of free sets is gone, they’re gone!

    Be sure to let us know how your concert turns out.  And, most importantly, thank you for helping those in need!

    Update:  All available free sets have been distributed to organizations hosting benefit concerts.   Thank you to all who partipated!


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