Pines of the Appian Way from Pines of Rome for 10 Trombones & Timpani
Bass Trombone - Digital Sheet Music

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Bass Trombone - Level 5 - Digital Download

SKU: A0.792513

Composed by Ottorino Respingi. Arranged by Randall Malmstrom. 20th Century,Romantic Period. 33 pages. Gordon Cherry #4988463. Published by Gordon Cherry (A0.792513).

Ottorino Respighi's Pines of Rome is one of the most colorful orchestral canvases.

The final movement of the 4-movement tone poem, Pines of the Appian Way, depicts an ancient Roman army in all their glory marching down the famed tree-lined road.

Randall Malmstrom has brilliantly scored this masterpiece for 10-part Trombone ensemble and Timpani.

For advanced performers.

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