Downtown

Ensemble (Brass)

Downtown

As performed by Petula Clark

Composer:
Genre:
Pop, Rock
Grade Level:
Mittelstufe
Performance time:
00:03:00
Publisher:
Rundel
Size:
DIN A4
Info:
Full Score + Parts
Order Number:
MVSR5558
Release Date:
2016

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The new series "Rundels POPS FOR BRASS" features great sounds for Brass Sextet.

This famous catchy pop song from 1964, written by Tony Hatch and sung by Petula Clark, climbed the charts and became a worldwide hit. In 1965, “Downtown” was awarded a Grammy for “best rock’n’roll song”. Since then, many renowned artist have covered the song.

Stefan Schwalgin intentionally chose the version by Petula Clark as a basis for his arrangement. For one
thing, he honors the original and most famous release of this song. For another, he has great regard for the song’s quasi-orchestral arrangement with a careful and multi-varied instrumentation that offers great possibilities of adapting the sound to the concert band. A rock or pop song’s melodic quality is the essential precondition for an instrumental version. The “Downtown” tune fulfills all requirements and has a high recognition value.

Sextet Set includes:
Score
1st part in Bb/C (Trumpet 1 / Flugelhorn 1)
2nd part in Bb/C (Trumpet 2 / Flugelhorn 2)
3rd part in Bb/C (Trumpet 3 / Flugelhorn 3)
4th part in Bb/C (Trombone 1 / Tenorhorn)
4th part in F/Eb (Horn 1)
5th part in C/Bb (Trombone 2 / Baritone)
5th part in F/Eb (Horn 2)
6th part in C/Eb (high) (Tuba 1)
6th part in C/Bb (low) (Tuba 2)
Drumset (ad libitum)
Accordeon/Guitar (ad libitum)

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