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Dragons Fly on the Winds of Time

By Larry Neeck

Grade 4
Composed by Larry Neeck. Concert Band. Heritage of the March Series. Audio recording available separately (items CL.WFR334 & CL.WFR353). Score and set of parts. Composed 2005. Duration 6 minutes, 44 seconds. Published by C.L. Barnhouse (CL.012-3418-00).

Item Number: CL.012-3418-00

An exciting and impressive composition that portrays an epic struggle in the distant past between the forces of good and evil. A wizard, a beautiful exotic maiden, a battle, and our hero are woven in the fabric of this musical tale. Sprightly melodies, lively rhythms and tasty writing for a whole battalion of percussionists produce an opening section which is full of energy and vitality. The flowing adagio section features a nice oboe solo (cued in clarinet) and a horn section soli (cued in saxes) that really make this piece special. A superior choice for any concert or contest performance.

About Heritage of the March

Full-sized concert band editions of the greatest marches of all time. Each has been faithfully re-scored to accommodate modern instrumentation and incorporate performance practices of classic march style

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  • 5

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  • March 09, 2008 Awesome

    Not only is this peace fun to play but it is also great to listen to I rate this in my top 15 favorite chigh school concert band peaces. If you like the story line of this peace I suggest The Great Locomotive Chase and Blue Ridge Saga.

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  • February 29, 2008 Larry neeck's best

    If you think Larry neeck is an amazing composer and you love his music check out his piece Stormchasers. It is amazing. I am playing it in my school band, I love it!!! The flutes get a great solo, and the percussion parts are fun. I play alto sax and...

    i had the best time playing it. Type in stormchasers at the top bar and listen to it. I guarantee you'll like it!

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  • 5

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  • March 31, 2007 Amazing Fun

    This is an amazing piece! So fun to play, we played it at provincial honor band so all the musicians were tops and you need a great percussion section to make this great its fast paced and fun (and in 6/8) So be aware! :)

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