March, Opus 108
By Felix Mendelssohn / arr. Todd Stalter
Challenger Band Series
Conductor Score & Parts
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.