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Title: March Caprice
Voicing/Format: Concert Band
Publisher: Ludwig Music Publishing Co
Composer: Conley, Lloyd Conley
Catalog #: 10100422
Series: Symphonic Band
Looking for a different but challenging march for your program? March Caprice definitely fits the bill! With musical humor that is both harmonic (tone clusters, bi-tonality, odd progressions, and frequent shifts in tonal center) and rhythmic (cut-time shifting into 3/2 and occasionally single bars of 3/4, 5-bar phrases, and two noisy "town band" sections) this original march will certainly catch your audience off-guard and be a joy to play. Other elements of interest include several short percussion "spacers", bass drum bombs, wood block solos, and more traditional elements such as trombone smears, a piccolo solo and a Maestoso section.
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