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Dianna, The Queen of Hearts - Ceremonial Slow March for Brass Band- Keith Terrett Classic March Collection

Year of composition
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
3 minutes
World music
Concert band / wind band
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A poignant original ceremonial slow march of mine; in honour of Princess Diana, written for Brass Band.

Slow March: This is a ceremonial pace, used for funeral marches and when a unit’s colours are marched out in front of the troops. The feet are kept parallel to the ground and the arms are never used. In the United States Marine Corps, arms swing as the distance they normally would in quicktime, but at the same pace as marching. U.S. Marine Color Guards do not swing their arms. Slow March is typically used in the Marine Corps for funeral details and ceremonies such as the Marine Corps Ball (when the cake is escorted out). In Spain, Latin America, and the Philippines this is done during religious processions whenever a military band joins it. This march style is the official parade march in the armed forces of Bolivia and Ecuador and the military academies and schools of Venezuela, done with the goose step during parades and ceremonies. The standard pace is 60 paces per minute. Half Step March or Cut the pace: This is a U.S. march pace.

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