1st Alto Saxophone from Marching Through Georgia (Big Band, Fast Swing)

Composer
Henry Clay Wood. Arr :- Johnny Jones.
Duration
3 minutes

Marching Through Georgia was written by the American Henry Clay Work, one of America's most popular songwritters of the 19th century.

I remember playing this particular arrangement in the US Army All Ranks Club at their base in Okinawa, we were stuck in a typhoon, way back in 1969. Our American cousins thought it was a knockout !!

Also arranged for Concert Windband. Please see my homepage for further details.

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