The Circus Parade Descriptive March-Two Step (1904) - Orchestra

For Orchestra

Music By: E. T. Paull Copyright © 1904 Arranged by Brendan Elliget MAGA 537
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
3 minutes

From E. T. Paull’s Famous Marches Folio No. 1 -The Circus Parade Descriptive Two-Step arranged for orchestra.

Edward Taylor Paull (February 16, 1858 – November 25, 1924) was a minor American composer, arranger, and sheet music publisher.

He had some success with a few titles which enabled him to set up his own self-publishing company. His music was intended for the piano sheet music trade.

In order to sell music, the music was marketed with uniquely colourful front cover illustrations to catch the eye of buyers. For this reason alone, the music has become highly collectable in the modern era and has latterly aroused interest in the composer.

He was born in Gerrardstown, in what is now West Virginia, and died in Brooklyn, NY. [Wikipedia]

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