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Parade of The Palominos March
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Parade of The Palominos March

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Concert Band
Composer David Shaffer
Publisher C L Barnhouse Co
Series Sound Foundations Red
Grade 0.5
Catalog # 023-3705-00

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Parade of The Palominos March Composed by David Shaffer. For Concert Band. Published by C L Barnhouse Co. (Catalog # 023-3705-00)

** Stanton's Staff Selection - 2008 **
Bb - Meter: 4/4
Rhythms: half and quarter notes, basic 8th note patterns (groups of 2 & 4)
Teaching Concepts: slur vs. tongue, style, counting, accents, diatonic scale patterns, march style

Fun for your students and audience alike, Parade of the Palominos will be a great addition to your teaching repertoire. Reinforce the first six notes of the Bb scale, work on counting eighth notes and address various articulations, while your students enjoy the traditional march feel and theme of this work. Slightly more difficult than its grade would indicate, this work is perfect for the end of the first year or for second year players.

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