1812 Overture (for Saxophone Quintet SATTB)
by Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky
SATTB - Digital Sheet Music

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Saxophone Quintet,Woodwind Ensemble - Level 5 - Digital Download

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Composed by Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky. Arranged by Kenneth Abeling. Classical,Holiday,Patriotic,Romantic Period. 78 pages. LINCOLN MUSIC PUBLICATIONS #3080501. Published by LINCOLN MUSIC PUBLICATIONS (A0.514283).

This is the entire 1812 Overture or Festival Overture "The Year 1812" in E flat major, op. 49 for Saxophone Quintet by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky. It is often performed in the US alongside other patriotic music at Fourth of July celebrations.  This is an advanced transcription and loyal to the composer’s original intent.  To view and listen to this piece in its entirety as well as hundreds of other arrangements and transcriptions by Kenneth Abeling at the lowest prices available please visit www.lincolnmusicpublications.com.  Playing Time: 15:40

 


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