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March Of The Dragons is in the key of d minor. The hand position for both hands of both players is in d position. The song begins with a gradual introduction of the players beginning with the left hand of the secundo part followed by an entrance of the right hand. The left hand of the primo player is then introduced followed by the right hand. This pattern is repeated later in the piece but with the addition of a crescendo throughout the entrances of each hand. The primo part has the melody in the beginning with an ostinato in the secundo. This ostinato is later split between the primo and secundo as they now share the melody alternating in a question and answer fashion. Dragons marching will capture the imagination of the students and the layout of the song is a great opportunity to teach balance and reinforce the staccato against legato technique.
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