Corcoran Cadets

Corcoran Cadets

By John Philip Sousa / ed. Frederick Fennell Grade: 3 Item: 36-10105231
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Sousa's second decade of writing marches began with The Corcoran Cadets (1890). The piece is an eighth-note march designed more for sit-down playing, rather than for the field. It seems as though Sousa set out to compose a march that would be produced with minimum resources, yet be rhythmically neat, texturally clean, harmonically and melodically satisfying, and stylistically unique by his own standards. It was the first march performed by The Eastman Wind Ensemble, led by Frederick Fennell, closing their first NBC broadcast in 1953. (3:00)


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Series: LudwigMasters - Fennell Editions
Composed by: John Philip Sousa
Arranged by: Frederick Fennell
Ensemble: Concert Band
Format: Conductor Score
Instrumentation: Concert Band
Page Count: 16
Item Number: 36-10105231
ISBN 10: 1-57-134912-X
ISBN 13: 978-1-5713-4912-5
UPC: 660355051692

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