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4169767
4169767

The Blue and the Gray

(Civil War Suite)

By Clare Grundman

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Concert Band (Score & Parts) - Grade 4
(Civil War Suite). Composed by Clare Grundman. Boosey & Hawkes Concert Band. Boosey & Hawkes #M051630912. Published by Boosey & Hawkes (HL.48006393).

Item Number: HL.48006393

Celebrate the era of Lincoln and the American Civil War with this time-tested classic from Clare Grundman. Beautifully scored with uplifting folk songs and heartfelt ballads of the time. Includes: Kingdom Coming, Marching Through Georgia, Tenting Tonight, The Yellow Rose of Texas, The Bonnie Blue Flag, Aura Lee, Dixie, The Battle Cry of Freedom, and Battle Hymn of the Republic. Dur: 9:00 (Grade 4)

Audio recorded on The Music of Clare Grundman (48019835) ~ The Midwest Winds – Michael Sweeney, conductor

1 - FULL SCORE 48 pages

1 - CONDUCTOR 12 pages

1 - PICCOLOS 1 AND 2 3 pages

6 - FLUTE 1 & 2 4 pages

2 - OBOE 1 & 2 3 pages

2 - BASSOON 1 & 2 4 pages

4 - BB CLARINET 1 4 pages

4 - BB CLARINET 2 3 pages

4 - BB CLARINET 3 3 pages

2 - EB CLARINET 3 pages

2 - EB ALTO CLARINET 3 pages

2 - BB BASS CLARINET 4 pages

1 - BB CONTRA BASS CLARINET 4 pages

1 - EB ALTO SAX 1 3 pages

1 - EB ALTO SAX 2 3 pages

2 - BB TENOR SAX 3 pages

2 - EB BARITONE SAX 3 pages

4 - TRUMPETS 1 & 2 3 pages

2 - BB CORNET 1 3 pages

2 - BB CORNET 2 2 pages

2 - BB CORNET 3 2 pages

2 - F HORN 1 & 2 3 pages

2 - F HORN 3 & 4 3 pages

4 - TROMBONE 1 3 pages

4 - TROMBONE 2 3 pages

2 - TROMBONE 3 3 pages

1 - BARITONE B.C. 3 pages

2 - BARITONE T.C. 3 pages

6 - BASSES 3 pages

1 - PERCUSSION 1 4 pages

1 - TIMPANI,XYLOPHONE, & BELLS 3 pages

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  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 5

    Location:
    Bessemer, MI
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate/advanced
  • November 17, 2005 My all time favorite!

    I played this song in High School Band about 3 years ago. I first heard it my eith grade year, as that was when my sister was a senior and they performed it for state festival. The band room was directly below my class and I often payed more attention...

    to them practicing than to my class. From there on, I always requested to play this piece. Finally, my senior year, I gathered enough of us together and we convinced our teacher to let us do it. It was hard work, but one I will never forget. I've been playing a horn for 10 years now and this is still by far my favorite one to listen and look back upon!

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