Dill Pickles for Brass Band
Treble Clef Brass Band - Advanced Intermediate
Composed by Charles Johnson (1908). Arranged by Dr. Jim Fox. 20th Century, Ragtime, Folk, Old-time, Americana. Score, Set of Parts. 73 pages. Published by All Brass Radio Publishing (S0.330142).
Item Number: S0.330142
A fast two-step rag from 1908. The melody "travels" from section to section. As a two-step rag, it is written to go fast, about 132 bpm. This would be a good "concert in the park" piece as it is flashy, and fun to play and listen to. It has wonderful parts for every instrument in the brass band.
It is a finger twister, but once the band has it under its fingers, it shines as a rag written 110 years ago and captures the ragtime feel. It is a bit on the difficult size and will take some rehearsal even for the top bands. Once the piece is worked up, and has been "polished" under a fine MD, it becomes something wonderful and worth the extra effort.
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