Fanfare for Nazareth College

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This fanfare was written at the request of the low brass instructor at Nazareth College, Professor Timothy Dueppen for the Nazareth College Trombone Choir. He asked me if I would write a fanfare for the Choir to play at our studio recital. The melody of this fanfare is based upon the Nazareth College Alma Matter. After the debut performance, it was requested that the piece be performed for multiple awards ceremonies at the college as well as an arrangement made for the Commencement Band to perform at the college's Commencement.

The recording features the Nazareth College Trombone Choir under the direction of Professor Timothy Dueppen. It was recorded on April 14th, 2007 and features Professor Dueppen on Alto Trombone, Steve Jones, Lisa Miller, and Mike Hughes on Tenor Trombone, and John Stulb on Bass Trombone. It was conducted by the composer.

Score ID
Year of composition
Difficult (Grades 7+)
2 minutes
Quintet of Trombones
Modern classical music

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