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Festmusik für Blasorchester - click for larger image
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Festmusik für Blasorchester - Sample sheet music
Sample sheet music
Title Festmusik für Blasorchester
Category Concert/wind/brass band
Subcategory Festive music, fanfare, hymns
Instrumentation Ha (concert/wind band)
Publisher's article no. KL 1185
Price 43.50 EUR (incl. 10 % Austrian VAT)
Composer Veit, Gottfried
Difficulty level 2
Duration 4:00
Additional info/contents This work is a commissioned composition and owes its creation to the festivities for the 100th anniversary of the Bürgerkapelle Obermais. It was first performed on 22 May 1982 in the large Merano Kursaal by the then jubilant orchestra, conducted by Franz Laimer.
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Programme notes: additional text

Stylistically, this work is based on conventional models: To be more precise, it is based on the spelling of the era which has gone down in music history under the name of "Romanticism".
The "festive music" begins with a triadic "Allegro sostenuto" that soon rises to a dynamic culmination. This catchy introduction is followed by a thirty-six-bar, songlike "Andante", which is first played by the widely scored brass, in the middle section by the tenor instruments and finally - as a "grandioso" - by the plenum of the wind orchestra. It is followed by the "Allegro sostenuto" of the beginning (this time, however, with a fuller instrumentation) which is now - extended by some final confirmations - increased to a meaningful finale.
It can be performed effectively by any upper to middle level orchestra, provided that the individual stops are filled as completely as possible.

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