Eb Horn 2 part from Inno della Banda San Gottardo di Barghe - Processional March (St. Gotthard Hymn) - Concert Band

3 minutes
Modern classical music

This composition was commissioned by Banda Musicale San Gottardo di Barghe in Italy for the Centenary of the band 2009. They wanted something resembling a processional march or a hymn - I think this has elements of both. The percussion parts are an important part of feel and style of the composition. The extended introduction is meant to build and then die away before the main theme appears. The band has already performed this composition and by all reports, it was well received. There is also optional piano part included in the score. To find out more about the band visit: www.myspace.com/bandamusicalesangottardobarghe

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