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Praeludium and Dance

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Concert Band
Composer Robert Sheldon
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Series Challenger
Grade 1.5
Catalog # 29451

Price: $48.00

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Preview Score:
Praeludium and Dance Composed by Robert Sheldon. For Concert Band. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 29451, UPC: 038081321677)

** Stanton's Staff Selection - 2008 **
Key:
Bb - Meter: 4/4
Rhythms: dotted half & dotted quarter notes, 8th-quarter-8th syncopation, 16th notes in percussions
Teaching Concepts: rhythmic independence, syncopation, tempo changes, style, articulation

Impress the judges at contest and your audience at home with this bold, energetic overture. Loads of percussion and a recurring syncopated rhythmic pattern drive this piece. Work with your students on playing in a light dance-like style and develop their rhythmic independence with the overlapping quarter and eighth note syncopated patterns. An ideal concert opener or closer!

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