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Samba..alla Turca has fortunately been a pretty popular arrangement, and has now appeared in a number of different versions.
The Pop Orchestra arrangement was played by no less than the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra in Symphony Hall, Birmingham at their annual Christmas Family Concert in December 2006.
I recently received a similar request, this time from the equally prestigious Ulster Orchestra from Belfast, Northern Ireland, to make an arrangement for them, which they plan to use in January 2008, in some concerts in and out of Belfast, with a ’Viennese’ flavour.
There are percussion parts, as well as one for harp, but basically it’s a classical scoring - woodwind & trumpets in pairs, two trombones, bass trombone & tuba, four horns, strings and timps.
[Where 1st & 2nd violins are shown to be playing simultaneously ’arco’ and ’pizzicato’ respectively, this may not be apparent on MIDI playback.]
For anything not permitted by the above licence then you should contact the publisher first to obtain permission.
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