Phantom of the Opera 2018 (Gr. 3)(7m52s)(40 sets)

$1,095.00
  • Phantom of the Opera 2018 (Gr. 3)(7m52s)(40 sets) - Marching Show Concepts

Phantom of the Opera 2018 (Gr. 3)(7m52s)(40 sets)

$1,095.00
  • Music Files Below (left click to listen, right click to download).

    1. The Phantom of the Opera
    2. Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again
    3. Masquerade
    4. The Music of the Night

     

    THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA
    Series: Esprit Marching Band
    Publisher: MCA
    Format: Softcover
    Score & Parts
    Artist: Andrew Lloyd Webber
    Composer: Andrew Lloyd Webber
    Arranger: Paul Lavender
    Level: 3

    The recent hit movie has stirred renewed interest in this ground-breaking Broadway classic. The familiar opening strains are nothing short of stunning. An impressive opener for the field!

     

     

    WISHING YOU WERE SOMEHOW HERE AGAIN
    from The Phantom of the Opera
    Series: Esprit Marching Band
    Publisher: MCA
    Format: Softcover
    Score & Parts
    Composer: Andrew Lloyd Webber
    Arranger: Jay Bocook
    Level: 3

    One of the trademark ballads from The Phantom of the Opera is this melodic song masterfully arranged in this setting for marching band. Lush tone colors, a lyric trumpet solo and well-paced builds make this one particularly effective.

     

     

    MASQUERADE
    from The Phantom of the Opera
    Series: Esprit Marching Band
    Publisher: MCA
    Format: Softcover
    Score & Parts
    Composer: Andrew Lloyd Webber
    Arranger: Jay Bocook
    Level: 3

    This light-hearted and rhythmic production from The Phantom of the Opera offers a nice style contrast in your “Phantom” field show. Plenty of variety and energy.

     

     

    THE MUSIC OF THE NIGHT
    from The Phantom of the Opera
    Series: Esprit Marching Band
    Publisher: MCA
    Format: Softcover
    Score & Parts
    Composer: Andrew Lloyd Webber
    Arranger: Paul Lavender
    Level: 3

    Here is a marvelously paced closing production on this familiar song from The Phantom of the Opera. Opening with a trumpet solo, Paul's arrangement builds impressively to a climax then tapers to a quiet ending with the distinctively dissonant “phantom” chords.