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2nd Trombone from Alexander March

Composer
Beethoven
Duration
2 minutes
Genre
Classical music

This little march in the Turkish style comes from one of Beethoven's notebooks. Great paractice for off beats! I have arranged it basically in 4 parts but having both octaves on the bass is good so 2nd trombone and tuba if possible. Alternative parts are offered for F or Eb horn and Eb Bass or bass clef tuba. There are also parts giving the melody line for Eb Horn, Trombone and Bb Baritone which may be useful in larger groups - or just to let eveyone have a go at the tune! The percussion is entirely optional but adds a certain something if playing it a concert. Free score! The system won't allow fee parts as well, but thee you go - the set for $5!

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