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(Music from Pirates of Penzance)

By Sir Arthur Seymour Sullivan

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(Music from Pirates of Penzance). Composed by Sir Arthur Seymour Sullivan (1842-1900). Arranged by Andrew H. Dabczynski. Masterworks; String Orchestra. Highland/Etling String Explorer. Masterwork Arrangement. Conductor Score. 12 pages. Published by Highland/Etling (AP.22305S).

Item Number: AP.22305S

Among the most popular operettas of the 19th century, Gilbert and Sullivan's Pirates of Penzance is filled with delightful tunes and memorable musical moments. This arrangement features three of its famous numbers, "I am a Pirate King," "Poor Wandering One," and the ever-popular "Major General," this arrangement allows each section of the orchestra to have a turn playing the melody. All of this contributes to a mood of light-hearted excitement. Students will be motivated by a final tongue-in-cheek challenge to play it again, "only this time, really fast!".

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