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E Pluribus Unum


By Fred Jewell

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Concert band - Grade 3.5
March. Composed by Fred Jewell. Arranged by John Paynter. This edition: Paynter edition. Heritage of the March. Audio recording available separately (item CL.WFR101). March. Score and set of parts. Composed 1989. Duration 3 minutes, 29 seconds. Published by C.L. Barnhouse (CL.012-2155-00).

Item Number: CL.012-2155-00

"E Pluribus Unum" is the motto of the United States Marines and means "One Out of Many." It is also the title of one of Mr. Jewell's finest and most popular marches that was written during the somber days of World War I to strike a note for patriotism. Paynter's arrangement captures all the excitement and effectiveness of the original!

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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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