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E.G.B.D.S

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E.G.B.D.S / David Stanhope ; performed by Elder Conservatorium Wind Ensemble, Robert Hower

by David Stanhope (1996)

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Performers: Elder Conservatorium Wind Ensemble, Robert Hower

Instrumentation: 2 piccolos, 4 flutes, 2 oboes, cor anglais, E flat clarinet, 6 B flat clarinets, E flat alto clarinet, B flat bass clarinet, B flat contrabass clarinet, 2 bassoons, B flat soprano saxophone, E flat alto saxophone, B flat tenor saxophone, E flat baritone saxophone, 4 B flat trumpets, 2 B flat cornets, 4 F horns, 4 trombones, 2 euphoniums, 2 tubas, timpani, glockenspiel, vibraphone, chimes, percussion (2 players).

Duration: 13 mins, 42 sec.

Published by: Tall Poppies — 1 MP3 file

Recorded/performed at: Elder Conservatorium Hall, University of Adelaide, on 1996.

Dedicated to Robert Hower, Elder Conservatorium Wind Orchestra

Commission info: Commissioned by Robert Hower and the Elder Conservatorium Symphonic Wind Ensemble

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Score: E.G.B.D.S. : for symphonic wind orchestra / David Stanhope.

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