While this piece is completely original, it is styled after some of the classic marches.
It opens with the saxes and other low reeds playing a theme inspired by Irish music. A brief percussion break featuring tympani leads into more development of the first theme and counter melody.
A "dogfight" section follows, which gives way to a light woodwind theme, which is embellished initially by piccolo and then eventually the entire band playing either the theme or counter melody.
The dogfight repeats, and then the development section of the first theme returns to round out the march. There is a bit of a novelty stinger on the end.
This piece could be used for marching by omitting the oboe, bassoon, bass clarinet, and chime parts. The tympani part can be eliminated if it is covered by timbolis during the percussion break early in the piece.
THE VILLAGE OF MAPLE PARK by Tom Kirkland, for concert band, comes in a pdf file of 932K, including a twenty-three page score, twenty-one two-page parts, one three-page part, and a license page, sixty-nine pages in all. Performance time should be about 3:30