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This march is based on traditional melodies from Telemark in Southern Norway. Telemark is famous in Norway, for the operation during the 2nd world war; which resulted in the bombing of the heavy water plant in Rujkan. The Kirk Douglas film ’’ The Telemark Heroes’’; tells the story with just a touch of Hollywood!

Telemark is also well known for its canal system(featuring many locks), which winds its way from the city of Skien where Ibsen was born, to the small village of Dalen, in the mountains of Southern Norway.

This march is dedicated to the British & Norwegian soldiers and civilians, who gave their lives during this action in Telemark, in Southern Norway.

The march will need some careful rehearsal to balance all the parts. The counter melodies should be brought forward, and played in a ’cantabile’ style.

Conductors should pay attention to the melody, and melody harmony from A. The three parts should be carefully rehearsed and balanced, so that all parts are equal. Don’t let everyone play the melody only!

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Composer
traditional melodies
Duration
4 minutes
Genre
Classical music
Licensing

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