9. A Fanfare for New Horizons - Bass Clarinet from A Fanfare for New Horizons - for Four Horns and Concert Band - Full Score and Parts

from NASA Fanfares

Duration
7 minutes
Genre
Modern classical music
Other parts
1. A Fanfare for New Horizons - Piccolo, 10. A Fanfare for New Horizons - Bassoon, 11. A Fanfare for New Horizons - Alto Saxophone 1, 12. A Fanfare for New Horizons - Alto Saxophone 2, 13. A Fanfare for New Horizons - Tenor Saxophone, 14. A Fanfare for New Horizons - Baritone Saxophone, 15. A Fanfare for New Horizons - Trumpet 1 in Bb, 16. A Fanfare for New Horizons - Trumpet 2 in Bb, 17. A Fanfare for New Horizons - Trumpet 3 in Bb, 18. A Fanfare for New Horizons - Trumpet 4 in Bb, 19. A Fanfare for New Horizons - Trombone 1, 2. A Fanfare for New Horizons - Flute 1, 20. A Fanfare for New Horizons - Trombone 2, 21. A Fanfare for New Horizons - Bass Trombone, 22. A Fanfare for New Horizons - Euphonium (Bass), 23. A Fanfare for New Horizons - Euphonium (Treble), 24. A Fanfare for New Horizons - Tuba, 25. A Fanfare for New Horizons - Timpani, 26. A Fanfare for New Horizons - Percussion 1, 27. A Fanfare for New Horizons - Percussion 2, 28. A Fanfare for New Horizons - Percussion 3, 29. A Fanfare for New Horizons - Percussion 4, 3. A Fanfare for New Horizons - Flute 2, 30. A Fanfare for New Horizons - Solo Horn in F 1, 31. A Fanfare for New Horizons - Solo Horn in F 2, 32. A Fanfare for New Horizons - Solo Horn in F 3, 33. A Fanfare for New Horizons - Solo Horn in F 4, 4. A Fanfare for New Horizons - Oboe, 5. A Fanfare for New Horizons - Clarinet 1 in Bb, 6. A Fanfare for New Horizons - Clarinet in Bb 2, 7. A Fanfare for New Horizons - Clarinet in Bb 3 and 8. A Fanfare for New Horizons - Clarinet in Bb 4

In 2006, NASA launched the space probe New Horizons to explore Pluto, it's surrounding moons, and the Kuiper Belt. Since reaching the dwarf planet in 2015, New Horizons has brought back stunning data and beautiful photos and, with the mission expecting to last until 2026, should continue to astonish scientists and the general public for years to come.

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