Services

Frank Niemeyer Music is committed to providing affordable, entertaining and unique custom arrangements and original compositions for your marching band. I tailor each of my pieces with your ensemble’s specific strengths and weaknesses in mind, so that the music is accessible for your students - ensuring your band is setup to succeed.
 
I pride myself on openly engaging the entire band staff throughout the writing process in an effort to craft a cohesive artistic product in which the visual design, percussion writing and wind score each complement one another to achieve the creative and emotional impact you desire.
 
If you're interested in learning more or would like to receive an arranging quote, please click
here.

Additionally, I've gathered the answers to a number of frequently asked questions I often receive about the arranging process which you can read
here.

Featured Shows:

Tug of War

A contemporary new show designed to musically depict the conflict and resolution of war featuring, 'Ride of the Valkyries, Blowin' in the Wind & 1812 Overture.'
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Available Shows

The Greatest Show! 
Barnum and Bailey's Favorite 
Man on the Flying Trapeze 
Send in the Clowns 
The Greatest Showman

Dreamscape 
The Somnambulist 
Sweet Dreams 
Wildest Dreams 
Sleep 
Burly Brawl

Cloudburst 
Thunder 
Cloudburst 
Beethoven Symphony no. 6, IV 
Lightening Field

River Voices
Ohio River Rising
Down to the River to Pray
Appalachian Spring

Song of the Sirens
Songs of the Sirens
Aquarium
The Winds of Poseidon

Tug of War
Ride of the Vakyries
Blowin' in the Wind
1812 Overture

The Music of Rachmaninoff
Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini
Vocalise
Cappriccio Bohemien

Appalachian Remix
Meno Mosso
Allegro Fast
Meno Mosso
Solo Dance

Morning, Noon and Night(mare)
Morning Mood
Working in a Coal Mine
Going Home
Night(mare)

Wheels in Motion
Fanfare
Last Train Home
Caravan
Rush Hour

Colors of Jazz
True Colors (Opening)
Blue Skies
Summertime
El Toro Caliente

Latin Jazz Explosion
A Night in Tunisia
My Funny Valentine
Malaga

Love 
The Power of Love 
The Look of Love 
Kiss From a Rose 
Somebody to Love

The Mountain 
Pareidolia 
The Path 
Because It's There

River Voices 
Ohio River Rising 
Down to the River to Pray 
Appalachian Spring

Musica del Corazon
Tango con Fuego
Oblivion
Danzon no. 2

Timepieces
It's Time
Time After Time
Clocks

Rock Through The Ages
Kashmir
So Far Away
For Whom the Bell Tolls
Enter the Sandman

The Music of Tchaikovsky
Marche Slav
Nucracker Suite
1812 Overture

On the Town
Act I
Act II
Act III

A New Spring
Introduction
Summertime
Make Our Garden Grow
Appalachian Spring

Heroes
Theme from Batman
American Elegy
Theme from The Simpsons

Working
Working In a Coal Mine
I've Been Working on the Railroad
Anvil Chorus
Powerhouse

Who's Afraid of the Big, Bad Wolf?
Prologue
Who's Afraid of the Big,Bad Wolf?
Prayer Peter and The Wolf

007
Dr. No/Goldfinger
View To A Kill
Live and Let Die

I Love Paris 
Paris 1919 
Petite Suite 
I Love Paris 
American in Paris

Wheels in Motion 
Constant Motion 
Karma Police 
What Goes Around

The Planets
Mars
Mercury
Venus
Jupiter

The Music of the Moody Blues
Days of Future Passed I
Days of Future Passed II
Days of Future Passed III
Days of Future Passed IV

Bird's the Word
Birdland
Blackbird
Firebird

Smooth Criminal
Yen-Blues
Claire De Lune
Smooth Caravan

The Music of Chicago
Beginnings
Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is?
Hard to Say I'm Sorry
25 or 6 to 4 - Make Me Smile

Natural Wonder
Uptight
Superstition
Signed, Sealed, Delivered, I'm Yours

The Music of Chicago and Earth, Wind & Fire
Beginnings
In The Stone
Hard To Say I'm Sorry
September

Modern Innovations
Metroplex
Electricity
12 Seconds to the Moon

Have Questions?

I've gathered the answers to a number of frequently asked questions I often receive about the arranging process which you can read here.

Of course, if you still have additional questions or concerns, please don't hesistate to contact me
here
!