Concert Band - Level 2 - Digital Download
By Paul Barker Music and Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky. By Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky. Arranged by Paul Barker. Classical,Contemporary,Contest,Festival,Patriotic,Romantic Period. Score and parts. 60 pages. Paul Barker Music #6339559. Published by Paul Barker Music (A0.725235).
The 1812 Overture is a breath-taking finale arrangement in our Classical Concert Series for Grade 2+ flex-bands, orchestras and ensembles of all sizes. Tchaikovsky’s thunderous themes are shared seamlessly between performers to create a powerful concert finale with optional cannon sound effects!
Accompaniment & part-dominant rehearsal tracks are also available for your entire ensemble to rehearse and perform with from www.paulbarkermusic.com
The Flexi-Band Classical Concert Series allows conductors to mix and match orchestration to meet available resources. Suitable for all common combinations of C, Bb, Eb, F, Treble, Viola, Bass Clef Orchestral/Band instruments, Keyboards & Percussion.
Level: Early Bands - Grade 2+
Occasion: General Concert - Band Repertoire - Ensemble Examinations
Instrumentation: Flex-Instrumentation for C, Bb, Eb, F, Treble/Viola/Bass Clef Orchestral/Band instruments, Keyboards & Percussion
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