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Camille Saint-Saëns was only 17 when he wrote his first published symphony. But he already had a mature mastery of orchestral writing, along with the courage to defy convention: A march takes the place of the normal triple-meter scherzo movement. It's an unconventional march that starts with an elegant melody, surveys a wide range of emotions, and dissipates into a quiet ending. It's really neither a march nor a scherzo, but something all its own.
This colorful concert band arrangement was written for an adult community band. It's appropriate for a college or community band, or an adventurous high school wind ensemble. It features two solo flutes, two solo clarinets, soprano saxophone, vibraphone, and marimba (the vibraphone part is cued to allow performance without the marimba). It also requires strong oboe and bassoon players. Extensive cues allow rehearsal and performance without oboes, bassoons, soprano saxophone, and/or mallet percussion.
The audio clip is a complete performance by the Peninsula Symphonic Winds.
Instrumentation: Flute 1A and 1B (two solo players) / Flute 2 / Oboe 1-2 / Clarinet 1A and 1B (two solo players) / Clarinet 2-3 / Alto Clarinet / Bass Clarinet / E-flat Contra-alto clarinet (optional alternate for string bass) / B-flat Contrabass Clarinet (optional alternate for string bass) / Bassoon 1-2 / Soprano Saxophone / Alto Saxophone / Tenor Saxophone / Baritone Saxophone / Trumpet 1-2-3 / Horn 1-2-3-4 / Trombone 1-2-3 / Euphonium / Baritone T.C. / String Bass / Vibes / Marimba (Vibes part has cues for performance without marimba)
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Reviews of March-Scherzo from Symphony No. 1
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