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An Irish Party in Third Class

Concert Band - Grade 3
Arranged by Richard L. Saucedo. Score and full set of parts.. Young Concert Band. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.4000716).

Item Number: HL.4000716

One of the most memorable moments in the Titanic movie was the Irish dancing scene in the steerage section of the ship. The group Gaelic Storm provided the recording for the film, now heard on the second soundtrack album, Back To Titanic. Your concert band will love the energy of this version that features the woodwind section throughout.

1 - CONDUCTOR SCORE (FULL SCORE) 16 pages

8 - FLUTE 2 pages

2 - OBOE 2 pages

2 - BASSOON 1 page

4 - BB CLARINET 1 2 pages

4 - BB CLARINET 2 1 page

4 - BB CLARINET 3 1 page

1 - EB ALTO CLARINET 1 page

2 - BB BASS CLARINET 1 page

2 - EB ALTO SAXOPHONE 1 1 page

2 - EB ALTO SAXOPHONE 2 1 page

2 - BB TENOR SAXOPHONE 1 page

1 - EB BARITONE SAXOPHONE 1 page

3 - BB TRUMPET 1 1 page

3 - BB TRUMPET 2 1 page

3 - BB TRUMPET 3 1 page

2 - F HORN 1 1 page

2 - F HORN 2 1 page

3 - TROMBONE 1 1 page

3 - TROMBONE 2 1 page

2 - BARITONE B.C. 1 page

2 - BARITONE T.C. 1 page

4 - TUBA 1 page

1 - STRING BASS 1 page

2 - PERCUSSION 1 1 page

2 - PERCUSSION 2 1 page

1 - TIMPANI 1 page

2 - MALLET PERCUSSION 1 page

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  • 5

    Location:
    Hot Springs,AR
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate
  • September 08, 2008 It's Challenging but fun to play.

    I love the demonstration where it uses the clarinet as a solo! I almost got to play it as a solo at Henderson Band Camp 2008! I was 1st chair of 8.

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  • 5

    Location:
    The Dalles, OR
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate/advanced
  • December 28, 2006 Challenging but worth it!

    We played this piece in band a few years ago, and everyone loved it! It's challenging because the tempo is sometimes quick and the notes are sometimes somewhat high, but playing it was so much fun we hardly even noticed! Its energy is positively infectious; you can't walk...

    away from hearing this song without a smile on your face!

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  • 5

    Location:
    Aberdeen, South Dakota
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate
  • April 26, 2006 Irish Party Review

    If you love challenging pieces you will love to play this piece of music. I played this piece and fell in love with it almost immediately.

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