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Title: Basses On A Rampage March
Voicing/Format: Concert Band
Publisher: C L Barnhouse Co
Composer: Huffine, G H
Arranger: Glover, Andrew
Catalog #: 012-4201-00
Series: Heritage Of The March
Getty Huffine was working at an axe handle factory when his hometown of Bowling Green, Kentucky organized their first town band in 1907, and he was accepted to play valve trombone. Over the years, he taught himself to play tuba, and held a special place for the low brasses when he began composing marches, including Them Basses, and this boisterous romp.