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Title: O Waly Waly


Voicing/Format: Concert Band
Publisher: Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Arranger: Bocook, Jay
Catalog #: 04003069
Grade: 4 Price: $75.00

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Dating from the 1600s, the folk song “O Waly, Waly” (commonly known as “The Water is Wide”) forms the basis for this well-crafted rhapsody for band. The lyrical opening section features solos on flute and euphonium, as a four-note motif common to this song and also “Carolina” (South Caroline's official song) is developed. This motif unifies the entire work. A Celtic flavored Allegro takes over using this fragment, which leads ultimately to a grand Maestoso section for the entire ensemble. A creative and dynamic work for contest or festival! Dur: 5:00
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