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1st Horn in F part from Zero Defects (march)

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3 minutes
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This march was written using American Chromatic Harmony, sometimes referred to as Barbershop Harmony, which often strays far away from the home key. Apart from being typical of the music of the American Midwest, I believe that its heterodox harmony makes it a march that Debussy would’ve written . . . had Debussy written marches.

The Trio section of this march can be performed as an audience-participation "sing along" � in the manner of Edwin Franko Goldman’s march, "On the Mall." No melody could be easier for anyone to sing.

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