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Ride

Score and Parts

By Samuel R. Hazo

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Concert Band (Score & Parts)
Score and Parts. Composed by Samuel R. Hazo. Windependence Artist Level. Boosey & Hawkes #M051660445. Published by Boosey & Hawkes (HL.48007049).

Item Number: HL.48007049

9x12 inches.

Windependence – Artist Level (Grade 5)

Ride is a high-velocity piece inspired by a landscape-blurring car ride down a country road in Pennsylvania. Beginning and ending in the same key to symbolize going from one “home” to another, Ride zooms through harmonic and metric changes in between to take listeners and musicians for a “ride” before building to a furious climax. (3:30).

1 - FULL SCORE 24 pages

1 - PICCOLO 3 pages

3 - FLUTE 1 3 pages

3 - FLUTE 2 3 pages

2 - OBOE 3 pages

1 - BASSOON 1 2 pages

1 - BASSOON 2 2 pages

4 - BB CLARINET 1 3 pages

4 - BB CLARINET 2 3 pages

4 - BB CLARINET 3 3 pages

2 - BB BASS CLARINET 2 pages

3 - EB ALTO SAX 1 3 pages

3 - EB ALTO SAX 2 3 pages

3 - BB TENOR SAX 2 pages

2 - EB BARITONE SAX 2 pages

4 - BB TRUMPET 1 2 pages

4 - BB TRUMPET 2 2 pages

4 - BB TRUMPET 3 2 pages

1 - F HORN 1 2 pages

1 - F HORN 2 2 pages

1 - F HORN 3 2 pages

1 - F HORN 4 2 pages

2 - TROMBONE 1 2 pages

2 - TROMBONE 2 2 pages

2 - TROMBONE 3 2 pages

2 - EUPHONIUM IN TREBLE CLEF 2 pages

2 - EUPHONIUM IN BASS CLEF 2 pages

6 - TUBA (BASSES) 2 pages

2 - SNARE DRUM/BASS DRUM 4 pages

4 - BASS DRUM & CYMBALS 3 pages

1 - TIMPANI 2 pages

1 - XYLOPHONE 2 pages

1 - GLOCKENSPIEL 2 pages

1 - CHIMES 2 pages

2 - SNARE DRUM & CYMBALS 2 pages

1 - TAM-TAM 1 page

  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 5

    Adam Lauderman
    Location:
    Marietta, Ohio
    Difficulty Level:
    Advanced
  • August 28, 2014 Love This

    I honesty love this piece and you will too once you get all the parts together

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  • 5

    Anonymous
    Location:
    San Francisco
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate/advanced
  • March 19, 2006 An extremely cool piece

    I first played this piece as a freshman in my high school's symphonic band, at the lower end of the section. Despite this, I had a blast. This piece flits between different keys and meters like practically every measure, and still sounds fluid and fun. It has elements of...

    classical, contemporary, and even jazz, and offers a vigorous technical workout. Not recommended for anything below an advanced high school ensemble, but for anything else, it is recommended as much as I can.

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