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Highland Cathedral

By Michael Korb

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Concert Band (Score & Parts) - Grade 3
Composed by Michael Korb and Ulrich Roever. Arranged by Jay Dawson. Young Concert Band. Softcover. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.4001203).

Item Number: HL.4001203

Perfect for graduation or most any important event, this regal and stately march features a Scottish-flavored melody and has become a popular processional at weddings. Beautifully scored here for band by Jay Dawson.

FULL SCORE 12 pages

FLUTE 1 1 page

FLUTE 2 1 page

OBOE 1 page

BASSOON 1 page

BB CLARINET 1 1 page

BB CLARINET 2 1 page

BB CLARINET 3 1 page

BB BASS CLARINET 1 page

EB ALTO SAXOPHONE 1 1 page

EB ALTO SAXOPHONE 2 1 page

BB TENOR SAXOPHONE 1 page

EB BARITONE SAXOPHONE 1 page

BB TRUMPET 1 1 page

BB TRUMPET 2 1 page

BB TRUMPET 3 1 page

F HORN 1 1 page

F HORN 2 1 page

TROMBONE 1 1 page

TROMBONE 2 1 page

BARITONE B.C. 1 page

BARITONE T.C. 1 page

TUBA 1 page

STRING BASS 1 page

PERCUSSION 1 1 page

PERCUSSION 2 1 page

TIMPANI 1 page

MALLET PERCUSSION 1 page

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  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 3

    Location:
    Kingswood Surrey
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate
  • May 13, 2012 Highland Cathedral

    This is a very popular and very playable(German composed) Scottish piece. The arrangement is successful, particularly for upper woodwind, though others (eg Farthing's) are good too.

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  • 5

    Location:
    Hunstanton, Norfolk, UK
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate
  • September 20, 2011 Highland Cathedral Earns Respect!

    Our 1st trumpet requested Highland Cathedral for Hunstanton Concert Band, and after listening to several versions on youtube, I settled on this one. Others were either too simplified, or included bagpipes (or both). Aside of the fact that I find Scottish great pipes playing with a wind band excrutiating (intonation...

    !!), we don't have any bagpipers. When the music arrived, it transpired that our percussionist had always detested the piece, but having played it through, he was converted. We are looking forward to using it at church services and our upcoming "lest we forget" concert. There are no serious difficulties in the piece, but nothing important is missing, either. Nicely orchestrated. C Gutteridge, MD, Hunstanton Concert Band.

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