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highwayman

Sheet Music: Score

The highwayman : for soprano cornet and band / Andrew Batterham.

by Andrew Batterham (2000)

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  • Instrumentation: Solo B flat cornets, repieno B flat cornet, 2nd & 3rd B flat cornets, B flat flugelhorn, solo E flat tenor horn, 1st & 2nd E flat tenor horns, 2 B flat baritones, solo B flat trombone, 2nd B flat trombone, bass trombone, B flat euphonium, E flat basses, B flat basses, percussion (2 players).
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Product details

Published by: Australian Music Centre — 1 facsimile score (20p. -- A4 (portrait))

Difficulty: A Grade brass band.

Duration: 6 min.

Notation program: Finale.

Computer-notated score.

First performed at the New Zealand Brass Band Championships, 2001 -- Composer's note.

"Commissioned through Muso's Media for the 2001 New Zealand Brass Band Championships" -- p.[i]

Manuscript with composer.

Copyright held by Andrew Batterham.

Also available in version for E flat soprano cornet and piano.

Includes programme note and brief biographical notes on composer.

Being published by Musos Media.

Typeset edition.

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