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Lincoln At Gettysburg

Lincoln At Gettysburg
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Sheet Music
Voicing/Format String Orchestra
Composer Dabczynski, Andrew H
Publisher Highland/Etling
Grade 2.5
Series Highland/Etling String Or

Price: $55.00

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Catalog #40485

UPC code: 038081456416

Written to commemorate the 150th anniversay of the Gettysburg Address, this piece is a guaranteed centerpiece for any orchestra concert. A narrator tells the story behind the Address, as well as Lincoln's famous words. The strings share snippets of Civil War era and patriotic songs, providing lessons in mixed meter, hooked bowing and key, style and tempo changes. Chimes, snare drum and suspended cymbal add color. The moving finale will bring the audience to its feet.

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