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Are you interested in music with unusual and bizarre chord progressions? This is the score for you!
I also wanted to write a march in which the french horns or alto horns play the melody. I can recall that when I played french horn in bands, I hated playing afterbeats and other rhythm parts. I believe it’s why many community bands lack a full horn section. Who wants to play afterbeats?
Please note: for purposes of improved MIDI sound and so that you can read all the notes, a REDUCED SCORE is displayed. Included with the parts are those for baritone saxophone, bassoon and bass clarinet. Upon request, I will provide a full score and parts for Eb piccolo clarinet, Eb alto clarinet, Eb alto horns, baritone horn, euphonium in treble clef, ophicleide or any other instrument you require for free in PDF form.
For anything not permitted by the above licence then you should contact the publisher first to obtain permission.
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