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March, Opus 108 (Conductor Score) (Concert Band), Masterwork Arrangement, #YL00-36678S By Felix Mendelssohn / arr. Todd Stalter
March, Opus 108


 
March, Opus 108 (Conductor Score) (Concert Band), Masterwork Arrangement, #YL00-36678S By Felix Mendelssohn / arr. Todd Stalter

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March, Opus 108 (Conductor Score) (Concert Band), Masterwork Arrangement, #YL00-36678S : By Felix Mendelssohn / arr. Todd Stalter : Concert Band : Conductor Score : Masterwork Arrangement : Challenger Band Series : 1.5 (Easy)
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Mendelssohn wrote his 'March,' op. 108, in 1841 for a festival celebrating the famous painter Peter Von Cornelius' visit to Dresden. It is a stately and festive sounding work, and a rarely performed gem by one of the world's great composers. Careful observance of articulations and dynamics will make this march spring to life. This title is available in SmartMusic.

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PublisherAlfred Publishing
Format Conductor Score
Instrument Concert Band
Genre Masterwork Arrangement
Category Concert Band
Level 1.5 (Easy)
Pages8
Shipping Weight0.15   lbs
Alfred Publishing Item 00-36678S
Product Code YL00-36678S
UPC Code38081417516
Grade Description-1.5

Felix Mendelssohn : Composer
Todd Stalter : Arranger

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