Concert Band - Level 1 - Digital Download
Composed by Sue Moore. Children,Instructional,Standards. Score and parts. 8 pages. Susie Moore #4766679. Published by Susie Moore (A0.1008341).
A band piece for beginners in their first year. With a dramatic back story this piece introduces chromatic passages that builds tension, strong use of contrasting dynamics, a section where the brass can shine as an ensemble, and a triumphant march as the spider returns to its lair with its prey. While keeping within the first octave range of all the band instruments, the piece is a perfect choice for concerts or competitions. The scoring is for Flute, Clarinet, Sax (Alto and Tenor), Trumpet, Trombone, Baritone, Electric Bass, Piano, Bells and percussion. The Funnelweb Spider (the deadliest spider on earth) is dangerous and menacing. It spins a web at the entrance of its burrow and awaits its prey. The piece describes the spiders gleeful quest in obtaining it's next victim. There's nothing pretty about this piece. Parts are available.
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