Alma Musikk

Alma Musikk


Welcome to our website. Here you can find information about our releases for wind-band and you can place orders. We are specialized in music for beginners and young bands and all our arrangements have a beginners part so the youngest musicians also can be included. One of our series also has optional challenge parts for the older musicians.


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Our newest releases

O Mio Babbino Caro

Marry you omslagDette er en av operaens flotteste arier. Her i et arrangement for femstemt flexi pluss solostemme for alle instrumenter.


Valdresmarsj scoreHer er Norges nasjonalmarsj i et forenklet arrangement. Dette kan alle spille!

Marry you

Marry you omslag"Marry you" er skrevet av den amerikanske artisten Bruno Mars og ble utgitt på hans debutalbum Doo-Wops & Hooligans i 2010. Den kom høyt opp på salgslisten over hele verden. Teksten handler om frieri og bryllup og sangen er derfor ofte brukt i forbindelse med dette.

Mary, did you know?

thumb Mary did you know omslagThis is one of the most popular modern Christmas songs. The lyrics ask a question if Mary knew that it was the Creator that was lying helpless in the manger. That he should walk on water, give sight to a blind and still a storm with his hands.

Many choirs have used this song and here is an arrangement for band.

The lark in the clear air

the lark in the clear airThis is a beautifulI Irish folk song in a five-part flexi-arrangement with aspirant part.

Langt å gå / Far away to go

Langt å gå omslagThis is a funny melody from a movie based on the figures in the famous Norwegian animation movie "The Pinchcliffe Grand Prix".



The Norwegian musician Kygo (Kyrre Gørvell-Dahll) has gained wide popularity in a short time. It took only a few months from he only made music at home until he filled large concert halls in the United States. This is the song he played at the Nobel Prize concert.