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The Liberty Bell – March, John Philip Sousa (1854 - 1932), arranged by Paul Burnell for duet - Tenor Recorder, Bass Recorder.
The download comprises both score and parts.
The key of the original piece is retained.
In bar 4 the optional note may be played on a bell (perhaps by a member of the audience), or other effect as appropriate.
The ossia notes in the Tenor Recorder are to assist with any difficulties playing the higher notes, and the ossia notes in the Bass Recorder are to assist with any absence of the low F sharp and any difficulties playing fortissimo.
John Philip Sousa was an American composer and conductor. One of his best-known marches, ‘The Liberty Bell’, was written in 1893. The march was used as the signature tune for the British TV comedy program ‘Monty Python’s Flying Circus’ (1969-74).
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