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Medieval Wars (Prelude, Tournament, and Ceremony)

By Brian Balmages

Developing Strings String Orchestra - Grade 2
Composed by Brian Balmages. Print-instrumental - Developing Strings. FJH Developing Strings. The opening theme seemingly emerges out of silence and soon indicates the entry of the knights into the stadium. One can picture the procession of these noble knights, riding their magnificent horses and dressed in spectacular armor while carrying their. Score and Parts. Duration 3:00. The FJH Music Company Inc #ST6122. Published by The FJH Music Company Inc (FJ.ST6122).

Item Number: FJ.ST6122

Immerse yourself in the popular tournaments of the Middle Ages, when knights would compete against each other in tests of will, strength, and agility in the name of honor. The dark opening sets the stage for the entry of the knights, who ride into the stadium with a noble theme over pulsating lower strings. As the tournament begins, the music becomes aggressive and driving, drawing everyone into the action. The final ceremony crowns our champion and brings the music to a magnificent and regal finale!

About FJH Developing Strings

Slightly more advanced than Beginning Strings, this series begins to involve more position work and a slightly more complex rhythmic figures. Rehearsal piano is often provided. Ideal for middle school and smaller high school programs. Grade 2 - 2.5

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  • 5

    Difficulty Level:
    Early intermediate
  • September 13, 2008 Really fun to play

    I think that this is one of the most well written songs that I have ever played or listened to.

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  • June 17, 2008 Excellent!!

    This piece of music is spectacular!After a few months of practicing it turned out great for my schools orchestra. It is moderate to advanced because the bass section(which I am a part of) has a very tough job of keeping a slow tempo.Overall, it was everyones favorite...

    of the night.

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