Jeremy S Martin
Jeremy S. Martin (b. 1975, Alabama) is an American composer and the staff arranger for the U.S. Air Force Band of Mid-America at Scott Air Force Base in Illinois.
Martin completed his Bachelor of Music degree at Tennessee Technological University, and holds a master's in wind conducting from the University of Alabama. His instructors have included composition studies with Robert Jager, Earle Hagen, and Roger Nixon, and conducting studies with Joseph Hermann, John Ratledge, and Kenneth Ozzello.
Prior to joining the USAF Bands in the year 2000, Martin taught middle school and high school bands for several years in Tennessee. He has written extensively for school bands nationwide, and has been guest conductor for high school, college, and military bands throughout the United States; he has also served as the staff arranger for the National Trumpet Competition's Artist Faculty Concert Series.
Martin is a member of ASCAP, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, and the Music Educators’ National Conference (MENC), and is likely the only person to ever admit that he has played “principal contrabass clarinet.”
Works for Winds
- Armed Force Medley (as arranger) (2022)
- Beautiful, Inside and Out (2020)
- Blue Horizons (2019)
- The Blue Hornets (2015)
- The Conquerers (2022)
- Cycle of the Werewolf (2015)
- Diamond Reflections (2019)
- Elegy for a Firefighter (2008/2019)
- Fast Falls the Eventide (2011)
- In Full Glory Reflected (2014)
- Laurie's Song (as transcriber) (1954/ )
- Prayer for Ukraine (as arranger) (1886/2022)
- Prelude on "Adeste Fideles" (2006/2022)
- Remember the Little Things (2019)
- Suite for Band (2015)
- Super-Secret Super Sleuths (2018)
- "Taras Bulba" Overture (as transcriber) (1891/1924/2022)
- That others may live (2008)