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October 21st

Uplifting Programmatic Pieces for Strings – Grade 2-2.5

recommended by Dan C., Orchestra Music Specialist The best energetic program pieces of the year for younger string players!… read more

October 20th

“This Little Holiday Light of Mine”

recommended by Jen Sper, School Choral Music Specialist Feature your elementary choir this winter with one of these… read more

October 22nd

Spring Choral Reading Session

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October 22nd

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Geometrics In Sound Op 29
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Title: Geometrics In Sound Op 29

Voicing/Format: Concert Band
Publisher: Belwin Mills Publishing Corp
Composer: Mailman, Martin
Catalog #: 84711 Price: $75.00

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"Geometrics in Sound, Opus 29" is the second in Mailman s series of concert band compositions exploring and developing musical motifs by use of frequent shifts in metric patterns and extensively varying the major themes. Dedicated upon it s publication in 1964, the work was created with affection and gratitude to Herbert L. Carter, then the band director at East Carolina University. Second in a series of five original works exploring frequent shifts in metric patterns and extensively varying the major themes, it is composed without a key signature and is characterized with an exciting contemporary sound.
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