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Original

El Camino Real. Alfred Reed.

Translation

El Camino Real. Alfred Reed.

Original

El Camino Real. A Latin Fantasy. Composed by Alfred Reed. 1921-2005. Arranged by Geert Schrijvers. For fanfare band. Molenaar Masterpieces. Grade 6. Score only. Duration 10 minutes, 12 seconds. Published by Molenaar Edition. ML.022830100-S. Great News for Fanfare Band. In a special agreement with the copyright holders, the Molenaar Edition has released a transcription for Fanfare band EL CAMINO REAL. a Latin Phantasy. by the world Number One Band Composer ALFRED REED - The Fanfare band can be found in the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg and the North of France. The instrumentation consists a section of flugelhorns. 1x Eb, 4x solo n 4x 1st, 4x 2nd, 4x 3rd. and full section of saxophones. 2x sopr, 2x alto, 2x tenor, 1 x bar. instead of woodwinds, the brasses are the same as in the concert band. El Camino Real. The Royal Road. was composed by Alfred Reed in 1985 on commission from the 581st Air Force Band in the U.S.A. The music is based on chord schemes, that for generations have been used by Spanish Flamenco on guitarists. These schemes, we have come to consider as typically Spanish folk melodies they accompany, they make up a combination most people consider to be authentically Spanish music. The first movement is based on the dance, known a s'Jotai. ' The second, contrasting movement is based on the "Fandango. " The composition is constructed according to the classical pattern. fast - slow - fast. The brilliant score is full of changes in metre, typically Spanish rhythms and contrasts of sound colour. The excellent scoring for Fanfare band has been done by the Dutch specialist Geert Schrijvers.

Translation

El Camino Real. A Latin Fantasy. Composed by Alfred Reed. 1921-2005. Arranged by Geert Schrijvers. For fanfare band. Molenaar Masterpieces. Grade 6. Score only. Duration 10 minutes, 12 seconds. Published by Molenaar Edition. ML.022830100-S. Great News for Fanfare Band. In a special agreement with the copyright holders, the Molenaar Edition has released a transcription for Fanfare band EL CAMINO REAL. a Latin Phantasy. by the world Number One Band Composer ALFRED REED - The Fanfare band can be found in the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg and the North of France. The instrumentation consists a section of flugelhorns. 1x Eb, 4x solo n 4x 1st, 4x 2nd, 4x 3rd. and full section of saxophones. 2x sopr, 2x alto, 2x tenor, 1 x bar. instead of woodwinds, the brasses are the same as in the concert band. El Camino Real. The Royal Road. was composed by Alfred Reed in 1985 on commission from the 581st Air Force Band in the U.S.A. The music is based on chord schemes, that for generations have been used by Spanish Flamenco on guitarists. These schemes, we have come to consider as typically Spanish folk melodies they accompany, they make up a combination most people consider to be authentically Spanish music. The first movement is based on the dance, known a s'Jotai. ' The second, contrasting movement is based on the "Fandango. " The composition is constructed according to the classical pattern. fast - slow - fast. The brilliant score is full of changes in metre, typically Spanish rhythms and contrasts of sound colour. The excellent scoring for Fanfare band has been done by the Dutch specialist Geert Schrijvers.