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Freya: Goddess of Beauty And Love

Title: Freya: Goddess of Beauty And Love
Voicing/Format: Concert Band
Publisher: C L Barnhouse Co
Composer: Smith, Robert W
Catalog #: 012-3964-00
Grade: Solo: 4, Band: 3
Series: Spotlight
Description: Teutonic Tales Mvt 2

Price: $68.00
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"Freya: Goddess of Beauty and Love" is a beautiful lyrical work composed to feature a soloist and the concert band. Originally composed for Mike Roylance, principal tuba in the Boston Symphony Orchestra, the composer has rescored the piece to feature any wind instrument in the band. As an option, the solo can be divided among multiple soloists allowing the conductor a wide array of programming opportunities. The band accompaniment is written at a moderate grade level allowing for easy preparation with maximum musical rewards.
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