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5 Progressive Chorales For Dev Bands
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Title: 5 Progressive Chorales For Dev Bands


Voicing/Format: Concert Band
Publisher: Fjh Music Company, Inc.
Arranger: Balmages, Brian
Catalog #: B1363
Grade: 1-2.5 Price: $45.00

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This set of chorales was written to embrace a wide range of musical concepts, allowing directors multiple opportunities for working on ensemble sound, intonation, and phrasing. Each chorale includes various tempo and dynamic markings, while additional elements (such as fermatas) are introduced throughout. These chorales will work in a variety of situations - from beginning band (the first chorales use only 6 notes) to accomplished middle school band. Two mallet parts are included - an easier part and a more advanced part that includes multiple notes and rolls. In addition, an auxiliary percussion part is included so students may secure proper techniques on triangle, suspended cymbal, and crash cymbals. Finally, the piano part is useful for directors wishing to either supplement the ensemble or assist during singing.
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