Les Miserables: One Day More (Gr. 3)(6m55s)(47 sets)

$1,095.00
  • Les Miserables: One Day More (Gr. 3)(6m55s)(47 sets) - Marching Show Concepts

Les Miserables: One Day More (Gr. 3)(6m55s)(47 sets)

$1,095.00

Description

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

1. Preshow and Fanfare
2. Work Song-End of the Day
3. Attack on Ruy Plummet
4. I Dreamed a Dream-Do You Hear the People Sing

ONE DAY MORE (FROM LES MISÉRABLES)
Series: Performance/Easy Limited Edition
Score & Parts
Arrangers: Jay Bocook, Will Rapp
Level: 3-4

Several themes soar simultaneously and close with a glorious coda. Using three soloists (optional) can add even more drama in this rousing closer from the the hit movie/musical Les Misérables!

WORK SONG/AT THE END OF THE DAY (FROM LES MISÉRABLES)
Series: Esprit Marching Band
Format: Softcover
Score & Parts
Arrangers: Michael Sweeney, Will Rapp
Level: 3

From Les Misérables, this arrangement features the powerful opening strains of the show followed by the driving 6/8 “At the End of the Day.” Lots of variety and a strong ending.

 

 

THE ATTACK ON RUE PLUMET (FROM LES MISÉRABLES)
Series: Performance/Easy Limited Edition
Score & Parts
Arrangers: Jay Bocook, Will Rapp
Level: 3-4

From Les Misérables, here is a fast and furious production number that spotlights both the winds and the percussion. Its impressive style, rhythmic punches and clashing dissonances lead to a very abrupt, but dramatic finish.

I DREAMED A DREAM (FROM LES MISÉRABLES)
Series: Performance/Easy Limited Edition
Format: Softcover
Score & Parts
Arrangers: Jay Bocook, Will Rapp
Level: 3-4

Featuring a horn and trumpet duet in the beginning, here is the dramatic signature ballad from the movie/musical Les Misérables. In this powerful, yet beautifully scored arrangement all sections get a chance to shine!

 

 

ON MY OWN/DO YOU HEAR THE PEOPLE SING? (FROM LES MISÉRABLES)
Series: Esprit Marching Band
Score & Parts
Arrangers: Michael Sweeney, Will Rapp
Level: 3

Including some of the most dramatic music from Les Misérables, this closing production starts with the melodic “On My Own.” The rousing march “Do You Hear the People Sing?” begins very quietly then builds steadily to a dynamic finish.

 

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