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Godzilla Eats Las Vegas

Concert Band (Score & Parts)
Score and Parts. Composed by Eric Whitacre (1970-). Eric Whitacre Concert Band. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.4001836).

Item Number: HL.4001836

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  • 5

    West Dundee, IL
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  • February 14, 2006 Godzilla Eats Las Vegas is a Beast

    We played this piece about one week ago with our wind ensemble. I got some of the yelling parts, such as "Godzilla" and "Viva..Las Vegas". This piece of music is great for everyone, and I can't wait until I become a music director and play this with my...

    wind ensemble. It was the greatest thing I have ever played, and the audience was stunned at how great it was. Definitely a piece for a standing ovation, just as our wind ensemble recieved at the end of our concert.

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  • 5

    Miami, Florida
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  • March 11, 2001 Godzilla Eats Las Vegas will Eat YOU!

    You are going to laugh your head off as you play this with your wind ensemble, as this piece will completely motivate your students to play, because it is fun. This Wild Adventure is both comical and Thrilling. After you and your band play this piece you'll think twice...

    before judging music by its cover. You will be amazed by this One!

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