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Temple of Sinawava

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Concert Band
Composer John O'Reilly
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Series Accent On Achievement
Grade 1.5
Catalog # 26796

Price: $42.00

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Temple of Sinawava Composed by John O'Reilly. For Concert Band. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 26796, UPC: 038081301280)

** Stanton’s Staff Selection – 2007 **
Key: Eb - Meter: 4/4
Rhythms: 8th note patterns, 8th-quarter-8th note syncopation, 16th note groupings, dotted 8th-16th pattern
Teaching Concepts: subdivision, syncopation, advancing rhythms and range

The wolf god of the Paiute Indians and a red stone mountain formation in Zion National Park in Utah are the basis of this work. Modal melodies and prominent percussion bring it to life. Unison rhythmic figures make the more difficult rhythms easier to teach and provide contrast when a counter-line enters toward the end of the A-section. Perfect to push your ensemble to the next level! (2:45)

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