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National Emblem (March)


By Ed E. Bagley

Concert Band Conductor (1), Flute & Piccolo (9), Oboe (2), E-flat Clarinet (1), Clarinet I (4), Clarinet II (4), Clarinet III (4), Alto Clarinet (2), Bass Clarinet (2), Contralto Clarninet (1), Contrabass Clarinet (1), Bassoon (2), Alto Saxophone I (2), Alto Saxophone II (2), Tenor Saxophone (2), Baritone Saxophone (2), Cornet I (3), Cornet II (3), Cornet III (3), Horn I (1), Horn II (1), Horn III (1), Horn IV (1), Tenor I (2), Tenor II (2), Tenor III (2), Baritone (Treble Clef) (2), Baritone (Bass Clef) (2), Tuba (5), Contrabass (1), Kettledrums (1), Snare Drum & Field Drums (2), Cymbals (1), Bass Drum (1)
March. Composed by Ed E. Bagley. Edited by Frederick Fennell. Carl Fischer Classic Band Editions. Score and Set of Parts. With Standard notation. 230 pages. Carl Fischer #J000716. Published by Carl Fischer (CF.J716).

Item Number: CF.J716

ISBN 825835798. Key: E-flat major.

One of the greatest marches of all time, this rousing epitome of band marches belongs in every good band library. Published for the first time in concert size and edited by Frederick Fennell, this march is perfect for contest, concert, or any occasion that calls for a good, solid, well known and loved march.

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  • 5

    Irmo, SC
  • 2005-04-10 00:00:00.0 great March!

    Loved performing this exciting dynamic peice. It feels like your at a Carnival. Clarinets have a very nice part and must articulate and seperate notes in order to make this peice sound like a march! It's great for playing!

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