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Quest of The Black Knight
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Title: Quest of The Black Knight


Voicing/Format: Concert Band
Publisher: Fjh Music Company, Inc.
Composer: Loest, Timothy
Catalog #: B1344
Grade: Gr-0.5
Series: Starter Price: $40.00

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Reinforce basic rhythmic patterns and the first five notes your students learn with this depiction of a journey of a medieval knight. Harmonies and passing tones make this piece sound mature and the variety of rhythms will provide some challenge. Your percussionists will love the auxillary percussion (advanced snare/bass drum, bar chimes, tambourine, suspended cymbal, triangle, and crash cymbals) and your audience will love that it sounds more advanced. Certain to be one of your students' favorites! (1:40)
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