La Virgen de la Macarena

Concert Band

La Virgen de la Macarena

Traditional Spanish

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Arranger:
Original Artist:
Genre:
Concert Piece, Show, Folk
Grade Level:
Oberstufe
Performance time:
00:03:33
Publisher:
Hal Leonard
Size:
US 9x12 (229x305mm)
Info:
Full Score + Parts
Order Number:
HL08724008
Release Date:
1992

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The Spanish classic as performed by the Canadian Brass. Featuring solo cadenzas for both clarinet and trumpet, this audience favorite is an awesome display of the fiery Spanish style. An impressive selection for concert band.

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