Julius Caesar

  • Julius Caesar - Marching Show Concepts

Julius Caesar



Music Files Below (left click to listen, right click to download)

1.  Julius Caesar (Full Instrumentation)
2.  Julius Caesar (Reduced Instrumentation)
3.  Julius Caesar (Simplified Instrumentation)

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Most shows are available in Full Instrumentation®, Reduced Instrumentation®, and/or Simplified® wind versions.

Key Poulan's music is designed so that you can pick the parts from each version that work best for your band, and build exactly the instrumentation you need!

Example: Let's say your trombone/baritone section is smaller; you have a full clarinet section; and you have incoming freshmen in your trumpet section:

  • Trombone/Baritones play the REDUCED VERSION (2 parts rather than 3)
  • Clarinets play the FULL VERSION (all 3 parts)
  • Trumpet use the SIMPLIFIED VERSION

Our exclusive Pit by the Numbers® Percussion is designed to be used for any size front ensemble section. Choose from 3, 4 or 5 bass drums.

Key Poulan Music wants every student, regardless of skill level, to contribute to their marching band field show at a level they can achieve.

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Show Description: Julius Caesar was  the 10th anniversary sequel to The Rise and Fall of Rome show which was Key’s first composition for marching band. Julius Caesar draws from the primary musical motif from The Rise and Fall of Rome and takes it on a musical journey through the life and times of the great ruler. The show was originally title “Imperator” (Emperor) for the Millennium Drum and Bugle Corps.

CREDITS Composed by: Key Poulan Percussion by: Shawn Glyde and Dan Bryan Originally commissioned by The Millennium Drum and Bugle Corps from Verdello, Italy. Music Published by: Key Poulan Music