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Brighton Camp

Title: Brighton Camp
Voicing/Format: Concert Band
Publisher: Grand Mesa Music Publishers
Composer: Standridge, Randall
Catalog #: GMM281
Grade: 2+

Price: $65.00
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Using the familiar folk songs Brighton Camp, She Wore a Yellow Ribbon, and The Cruel War as a basis, Randall Standridge has created a unique concert march with a built in American history lesson. Perfect to pay tribute to the 150th anniversary of the start of the Civil War, this arrangement works as a patriotic concert selection, march, and as an interesting choice for contest. Its light style, legato vs. staccato rhythms, and section independence will advance your band's musicianship, and the layering of the various melodies puts this arrangement over the top!
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