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Catalina March

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Concert Band
Composer Steve Hodges
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Series Alfred Challenger
Grade 1 1/2
Catalog # 29444

Price: $49.00

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Catalina March Composed by Steve Hodges. For Concert Band. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 29444, UPC: 038081322162)

Catalina March, an original composition by Steve Hodges, contains elements of both traditional and contemporary marches. The spirited opening theme features a playful give-and-take between the brass and the upper woodwinds. A contrast ing minor trio section is presented by the clarinets, saxophones and horns bef ore returning to a charming woodwind variation of the initial presentation. Fo llowing an effective modulation, the piece finishes with a powerful restatemen t of the opening theme with woodwind countermelodies complementing the strong brass and percussion. This exciting march would be an excellent way to begin a concert! (2:35)

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