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Connecticut March (Percussion Ensemble Version)
$18.00 Including Sales Tax
Turn-of-the-Century composer William Nassann composed The Connecticut March in 1911. Since that time, it has remained relatively undiscovered until now. Arranged by Jason Baker, this Percussion Ensemble version stays true to the original music, shifting through two different key changes, and retaining the original life, vitality, and care-free nature of the work. While the original music was composed for solo piano, this arrangement highlights one of the most important and popular percussion instruments of the early 1900s: the xylophone! This work is also available as an arrangement for a xylophone soloist with Brass Quartet and soloist with a full Wind Band.
**For the PHYSICAL COPY version, there will be an additional $15 to reflect costs for printing/shipping/handling.
Xylophone solo with Percussion Ensemble
Personnel: xylophone with 4-part accompaniment
Instrumentation: xylophone, glockenspiel, vibraphone, low-A marimba (2 parts on one instrument)
|Dimensions||8.5 x 11 in|
Flat rate of $15 for printing, shipping, and handling will be added to the order of the PHYSICAL COPY ONLY.
|Music Product Type||
PDF Download Copy Only, Physical Copy Only