Rise and Fall of Rome

  • Rise and Fall of Rome - Marching Show Concepts

Rise and Fall of Rome



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

1.  Rise and Fall of Rome (Full Instrumentation)
2.  Rise and Fall of Rome (Reduced Instrumentation)
3.  Rise and Fall of Rome (Simplified Instrumentation)

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Show Description: This is not your typical Roman-themed show. The Rise and Fall of Rome isn’t about the political or military reasons why the Roman Empire fell, but rather explores the wonders of Roman architecture and the influence that religion had on the ancient civilization.

CREDITS Composed by: Key Poulan Percussion by: Leonard Bedoian Originally commissioned by: Buchanan H. S. Band, Clovis, California - Key Poulan, Director Published by: Key Poulan Music