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Tales of Dundee

By Robert Sheldon

Concert Band
Composed by Robert Sheldon. Concert Band; SmartMusic. Young Symphonic. Form: Medley. Folk. Conductor Score & Parts. 260 pages. Published by Alfred Music (AP.23310).

Item Number: AP.23310

Tales of Dundee is a delightful medley of three Scottish folk songs, Loch Lomond, Fare Thee Well Love, and The Piper of Dundee. Conductors will appreciate the expert scoring while audiences and performers will enjoy the tunefulness of these lovely melodies and the rhythmic energy inherent in this outstanding setting of these wonderful tunes. This title is available in SmartMusic.

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    Erin G.
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  • 2006-04-06 00:00:00.0 Scottish Tune

    Wow, what a great peice! I played this song with my band for and MPA competition (which we got Superiors on)! But what I love about it most is that it's so Scottish! The baratones/low brass sounded like bag-pipes. There were 3 songs in this melody, Loch...

    Lomond, Fare Thee Well Love, and The Piper of Dundee. The first one, Loch Lomond is the most Scottish of all peices, and I loved this one the most. The next one, Fare Thee Well Love, is supposed to be a love song ( suppose you could have guessed that). The trumpets have a really big part near the middle which I really enjoyed (because I play the trumpet). The next peice, The Piper of Dundee. One word, Allegro! It's so upbeat, and to say the least, a little hard to keep up with! But fun to play! I really enjoyed this peice a lot, and encourage you to take a look at it and try it out too!

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