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Grand Fanfare : symphonic wind orchestra

by David Stanhope (1998)

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Grand fanfare : orchestra and 8 antiphonal trumpets / David Stanhope.

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Library shelf no. CD 2604 [Not for loan]

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Work Overview

Apart from the middle verse, this is a loud fanfare with antiphonal trumpets in two or four locations. A large ensemble is required!

Work Details

Year: 1998

Instrumentation: 2 piccolos, 2 flutes, 2 oboes, clarinet in E flat (ad lib.), 3 clarinets in B flat, bass clarinet in B flat, contra-bass clarinet in B flat (or alto clarinet or contra-bassoon), 2 bassoons, soprano saxophone in B flat (or 2nd alto saxophone), alto saxophone in E flat, tenor saxophone in B flat, baritone saxophone in E flat, 4 trumpets in B flat, 6 horns in F (5 & 6 ad lib.), 4 trombones, euphoniums, tubas, timpani, percussion (6 players), 16 antiphonal trumpets in B flat, ad lib (optional).

Duration: 5 min.

Difficulty: Advanced — Trumpet parts require strong players

Alternate parts are available for horns (in E flat), trombones (in B flat, treble clef) and tubas (in E flat and B flat, both in treble clef).

Apart from the middle verse, this is a loud fanfare with antiphonal trumpets in two or four locations. A large ensemble is required!

Original version commissioned by, and first performed by Dwight Satterwhite and the University of Georgia Bands (USA).

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