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Title: Jubilee


Voicing/Format: Concert Band
Publisher: Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Composer: Curnow, James
Catalog #: 04003191 Price: $70.00

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Based on the “shaped note” melody “Saints Bound for Heaven,” Jubilee by James Curnow captures a feeling of joyful celebration through a series of unique and skillfully adapted variations. The opening strains are actually fragments of the first variation and occur before the main tune is introduced by low brass and woodwinds. The second variation features a euphonium solo and builds to a glorious climax with the full ensemble. The final variation is joyful and filled with energy, using flourishes in the woodwinds and fanfares in the brass for a grand conclusion to this marvelous work. (Grade 3.5) Dur: 5:30
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