|For Liberty And Unity|
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Explore the history and beauty of West Virginia with this exciting new overture. The powerful opening takes us to a flowing, expressive contrast section that lets you show the lyrical side of your band. The exciting accelerando lifts the piece to a majestic finale. Work with the history faculty to create a unit on the history of West Virginia's founding. Concert or contest, your audience will enjoy this one. (Grade 2)
Publisher: Curnow Music
Series: Curnow Music Concert Band
Composer: Timothy Johnson
Band Difficulty: 2
Technical Notes: The euphonium T.C. part is labeled "B Flat Euphonium T.C.". The convertible bass line is labeled "Flexible Bass Line". The timpani part is labeled "Timpani (2)". The mallet percussion part is for xylophone and bells. The 1st percussion part is labeled "Percussion 1 (Two Players), and is for snare drum, bass drum and shaker. The 2nd percussion part is for crash cymbals, two tom-toms, triangle, tambourine and wind chimes.
Estimated Performance Time: 4:00
Composed By: "For Liberty And Unity" was composed by Timothy Johnson.
Published By: "For Liberty And Unity" was published by Curnow Music Press.
Series: This piece is part of the series "Curnow Young Band".
|6||-||1st B Flat Clarinet|
|6||-||2nd B Flat Clarinet|
|1||-||E Flat Alto Clarinet|
|2||-||B Flat Bass Clarinet|
|2||-||1st E Flat Alto Saxophone|
|2||-||2nd E Flat Alto Saxophone|
|2||-||B Flat Tenor Saxophone|
|1||-||E Flat Baritone Saxophone|
|4||-||1st B Flat Trumpet|
|4||-||2nd B Flat Trumpet|
|1||-||Convertible Bass Line|
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Sheet Music Format: Concert Band
Difficulty 2 on a scale of 1 to 6 with 6 being the hardest.
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