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Pomp And Circumstance

Digital Sheet Music

By Edward Elgar

Piano - Interactive Download
By Edward Elgar. This edition: Interactive Download. Classical, Graduation. 3 pages. Published by Hal Leonard - Digital (HX.181054).

Item Number: HX.181054

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  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 4

    Mr. TT
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  • April 26, 2020 Sounds Good Except the Mistake

    I looked around for an arrangement of Pomp and Circumstance to play for a virtual graduation ceremony during the pandemic. My wife teaches at a university, and they always have a departmental graduation ceremony for their seniors, which is more intimate that the university graduation ceremony. This version sounds good...

    and sounds quite traditional, which I wanted. It is not too hard, but it is not so easy that I would have to add a lot to make it sound full. These are the positves.Negatives: Be careful. There is a mistake in the bass notes on the second page. There are two Gs notated when they should be F#s. Not too big of a deal - just change the notes and move on. I also do not like the triplets that appear throughout; however, I just ignore the triplets and play as quarter notes.

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