page one of the Electric Guitar part from Opus 6 No 8 Inca Dance

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Full details

This piece was written for a group of young �formation� dancers with the music played by a youth orchestra/ensemble. The first section up to the rehearsal mark A (bar 47) is a formation sequence. Male/female couples form to dance a stylish, sweeping waltz in the middle section from A to B (bar 69). After B, the couples separate to dance a closing formation sequence . Creating the choreography should be fun! Note the key change sequence: bars 1 to 10 in G minor, bars 11 to 14 in A minor, bar 15 is a transition bar in C minor, bars 16 to 28 in Eflat minor, bars 29 to 36 in G minor, bars 37 to 40 in A minor, bar 41 is a transition bar in C minor, bars 42 to 46 in Eflat minor, bars 47 to 54 in G minor and bars 55 to 89 (last) in A minor.


Duration
4 minutes
Genre
World music
Licensing

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