Mango Walk

Concert Band

Mango Walk

Rumba

Genre:
Concert Piece, Rumba, Latin
Grade Level:
Unter-/Mittelstufe
Performance time:
00:02:30
Publisher:
Rundel
Size:
DIN A4
Info:
Full Score + Condensed Score + Parts
Order Number:
MVSR2971
Release Date:
2016

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Rumba is a couple dance, originating from the isle Cuba, adopted as ballroom dance by many industrial countries. The communication between the two partners is very characteristic. The dancers seem to flirt with each other, they court and tease each other. In addition, the hip rotation is very typical for a well-danced rumba. “Mango Walk” by Luigi di Ghisallo is a jaunty and playful composition in rumba style. With Latin rhythms and a wink, he creates a wonderful South American atmosphere.


BASIC SOUND
From S to XXL – Music for any band instrumentation

"Basic Sound" is a series by RUNDEL Music Publications offering an attractive and diversified repertoire to bands at grade 2 or 3 level, of sizes S to XXL. "Basic Sound" allows for performances by groups with limited instrumentation. Minimun requirements are clearly bracketed in the score.
The smallest size (S) of "Basic Sound" is based on the following instruments:
one (1) flute, two (2) clarinets, one (1) alto-saxophone, two (2) trumpets, one (1) trombone, one (1) baritone/euphonium, one (1) tuba and percussion.
Each edition also includes a full set of parts (XXL). That way the conductor can adjust the pieces of the "Basic Sound" series to his band's instrumentation.

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