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Procession of the Nobles from MLADA

rimsky korsakoff
Difficult (Grades 7+)
5 minutes
Classical music
Brass band
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My first attempt at brass writing on a wider scale. I know that there are already a number of arrangements, but I wanted to go through the process with something I already knew.

I’ve tried this with Freckelton band and it worked well,although the upper cornet work may be a little testing for some………

As this is my first attempt this is a freebie - constructive feedback appreciated.

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