Jerusalem (for [school] orchestra)

C. H. Parry
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An absolute essential for every Last Night of the Proms. This arrangement is ideal for school orchestras as doesn't focus solely on particular sections of the orchestra but instead builds around 'safety in numbers' (say for example if you have a small flute section, there is no need to worry as their themes are doubled by others, creating an impressive overall sound without uncovering weak areas of the orchestra). It's a fairly easy arrangement as well, with not too many tricky areas. Also available for other bands and ensembles (see "Associated Scores").

If you require additional parts (different instrumentation/keys etc) or cover sheets please email me and I'll do my best to get them to you.

Score ID
C. H. Parry
Easy (Grades 1-3)
2 minutes

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