Are you looking for a new march that you can play for patriotic events, festivals, UIL, or concerts?
Please check out "Pacific March". Here is the Instrumentalist review of it:
This wonderful march was written in tribute to the victims of the Pearl Harbor attack on December 7, 1941. It is on the upper end of grade two or the lower end of grade three in difficulty. The percussion parts, scored for snare, bass, cymbals, and bells, are more interesting than those usually found at this grade level. The first theme is scored for clarinet, tenor saxophone, and euphonium, which adds a delightfully warm tone color. After an eight-measure percussion soli, the second theme enters. Here, the low brass and clarinets play a contrasting theme basically made up of half notes, carefully marked to provide a pleasing rise and fall in the dynamic level. After this section a third theme enters, followed by a recap of the opening theme. Articulations and dynamics are clearly marked throughout. This is an interesting, fun march that I strongly recommend. ($50, 2:08, TRN) T.B.
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