The Tucson March (for Orchestra)

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Publication #: SSP-17553

The Tucson March
(for Orchestra)

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"The Tucson March" by Mark Wolfram is an original composition for orchestra. Written in a traditional march style, this work is dedicated to Maestro László Veres, Tucson Pops Orchestra and the City of Tucson, Arizona. The work was premiered May 28, 2017 with Tucson Mayor Jonathan Rothschild conducting the Tucson Pops Orchestra.

"The Tucson March" is a GRADE 4 orchestral composition which is fun, light in nature and sounds a bit "southwestern" - but mostly it's a happy toe-tapping, whistle along good time - and such a great way to honor a world-class city! The work has a duration of approximately 4:00. This is the perfect piece to fill that "march" slot in your program!

A complete set of full-sized parts and a bound, transposed full score are included. Available only through this website from Sound Studio Publications. The instrumentation/parts distribution for each set is as follows:

1 - Flute
1 - Piccolo
1 - Oboe 1
1 - Oboe 2
1 - B-flat Clarinet 1
1 - B-flat Clarinet 2
1 - Bassoon 1
1 - Bassoon 2

 
 

1 - French Horn in F 1
1 - French Horn in F 2
1 - French Horn in F 3
1 - French Horn in F 4
1 - C Trumpet 1
1 - C Trumpet 2
1 - C Trumpet 3
1 - Trombone 1
1 - Trombone 2
1 - Bass Trombone
1 - Tuba

1 - Harp
6 - Violins 1
6 - Violins 2
6 - Violi
8 - Violoncelli
6 - Contrabasses
1 - Timpani

1 - Orchestra Bells
1 - Drum Set
 
 

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