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This fast Spanish march is a popular pasodoble. The composer had this piece published in Madrid, then in London in 1935. According to the Baracaldo band director, Amparito Roca, which means "The Sheltered Cliff", was dedicated to a little girl named Amparito Roca who lived in the Baracaldo region of Spain.
Technical Notes: The flute/piccolo part is labeled "Concert Flute & Piccolo".
The timpani part is labeled "Timpani in C & G".
Estimated Performance Time: 3:30
Arranged By: This piece was arranged by Aubrey Winter.
Composed By: "Amparito Roca" was composed by Jaime Texidor.
Published By: "Amparito Roca" was published by Boosey & Hawkes.
|1||-||E Flat Soprano Clarinet|
|3||-||Solo B Flat Clarinet|
|3||-||1st B Flat Clarinet|
|3||-||2nd B Flat Clarinet|
|3||-||3rd B Flat Clarinet|
|2||-||E Flat Alto Clarinet|
|2||-||B Flat Bass Clarinet|
|2||-||E Flat Alto Saxophone|
|2||-||B Flat Tenor Saxophone|
|2||-||E Flat Baritone Saxophone|
|1||-||B Flat Bass Saxophone|
|2||-||B Flat Trumpet|
|4||-||Solo And 1st B Flat Cornet|
|4||-||2nd B Flat Cornet|
|2||-||1st & 2nd Horn In F|
|2||-||3rd & 4th Horn In F|
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Difficulty 4 on a scale of 1 to 6 with 6 being the hardest.
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