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|Wicked - Part 2|
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The musical "Wicked" has been a smashing hit. The music makes the show intense and exciting. We are proud to bring two popular works from the show arranged for your marching band. This chart will definitely challenge even the most advanced bands. It will be great for any field or track show. Let your band play some of the hottest music from a musical today!
Complete song list for "Wicked - Part 2" - Band Set Sheet Music
Dancing Through Life - Composed by: Stephen Schwartz
Defying Gravity - Composed by: Stephen Schwartz
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| Difficulty 3.5-4.5 on a scale of 1 to 6 with 6 being the hardest.|
Technical Notes: The bass clarinet, baritone saxophone, B Flat horn/flugelhorn, electric bass, and auxiliary percussion parts are optional. The multiple bass drums part is for four bass drums.
Arranger(s): This piece was arranged by Richard L. Saucedo.
Composer(s): "Wicked - Part 2" was composed by Stephen Schwartz.
Publisher: "Wicked - Part 2" was published by Hal Leonard Corporation.
Series: This piece was part of the series "Hal Leonard Performance Series".
Return Policy: This product may be returned within 30 days of purchase for a full refund, excluding shipping charges.
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|Parts included: |
|16||-||B Flat Clarinet|
|2||-||B Flat Bass Clarinet|
|8||-||E Flat Alto Saxophone|
|4||-||B Flat Tenor Saxophone|
|2||-||E Flat Baritone Saxophone|
|8||-||1st B Flat Trumpet|
|8||-||2nd B Flat Trumpet|
|8||-||3rd B Flat Trumpet|
|4||-||B Flat Horn/Flugelhorn|
|4||-||Multiple Bass Drums|
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This work, based on Manx folk-songs, is founded on four of these tunes. The first, "The Good Old Way", is an old and typical air written mostly in the Dorian mode. The major portion of this tune was probably added about 1882, following on the introduction on Primative Methodism into the Isle of Man.
The second tune, which introduces the lively section of the work, is a reel - "The Manx Fiddler". Chaloner, writing in the middle of the seventeenth century, remarked that the Manx people were 'much addicted to the music of the violyne, so that there is scarce a family in the Island, but more or less can play upon it; but as they are ill composers, so are they bad players.'
The third tune, "Sweet Water In The Common", relates to the old practice of summoning a jury of twenty-four men, comprised of three men from each of the parishes in the district where the dispute took place, to decide questions connected with watercourses, boundaries, etc.
The fourth and last tune is a fine old hymn, "The Harvest Of The Sea", sung by the fishermen as a song of thanksgiving after their safe return from the fishing grounds.
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This intriguing Herbie Hancock classic is ideal for younger groups. Mark Taylor's solid treatment of "Maiden Voyage" has a versatile modal solo section that is great for first attempts at improvisation.
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