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Good Morning Baltimore

By Marc Shaiman

Horn in F, Brass Choir or Ensemble, Horn choir - Advanced Intermediate - Digital Download
By Marc Shaiman. Arranged by Lori Archer Sutherland. Score, Set of Parts. 44 pages. Published by Lori Archer Sutherland (H0.242909-47930).

Item Number: H0.242909-47930

Visit 1960s Baltimore with Tracy Turnblad in the cheerful opening number from the musical, "Hairspray"! Arranged for eight-part horn choir plus optional piano, drum set, and bass, this tune is sure to please.

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  • 5

    Greater Chicago
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  • 2018-07-10 10:58:24.0 Great arrangement!

    This is a fabulous arrangement of the work which showcases the horn ensemble brilliantly. It is well balanced, and uses the entire range of the horn. Good energy! The audience loved it when we performed it in Crystal Lake, Illinois.

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