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Original

A Tameside Overture. Philip Sparke. Grade 4.

Translation

A Tameside Overture. Philip Sparke. Grade 4.

Original

A Tameside Overture composed by Philip Sparke. 1951-. For concert band. 1st Flute. Piccolo. , 2nd Flute, 1st. 2nd Oboe. , 1st Bb Clarinet, 2nd Bb Clarinet, 3rd Bb Clarinet, Eb Alto Clarinet. , Bb Bass Clarinet, 1st Bassoon, 2nd Bassoon. , 1st Eb Alto Saxophone, 2nd Eb Alto Saxophone. , Bb Tenor Saxophone, Eb Baritone Saxophone. , 1st. Band Music. Grade 4. Score and parts. Duration 5. 30. Published by C. Alan Publications. CN.R10067. This overture is yet more proof of Philip Sparke's ability to contribute serious band literature which also has definite audience appeal. A fanfare opening followed by the sonorous full band leads to a lively tuneful allegro. This is developed - with the occasional change of meter to refresh the ear - before the fanfare returns, cleverly counterpointed against the music from the quicker section. A fanfare opening followed by the sonorous full band leads to a lively tuneful allegro. This is developed - with the occasional change of meter to refresh the ear - before the fanfare returns, cleverly counterpointed against the music from the quicker section. This overture is yet more proof of Philip Sparke's ability to contribute serious band literature which also has definite audience appeal.

Translation

A Tameside Overture composed by Philip Sparke. 1951-. For concert band. 1st Flute. Small. , 2nd Flute, 1st. 2nd Oboe. , 1st Bb Clarinet, 2nd Bb Clarinet, 3rd Bb Clarinet, Eb Alto Clarinet. , Bb Bass Clarinet, 1st Bassoon, 2nd Bassoon. , 1st Eb Alto Saxophone, 2nd Eb Alto Saxophone. , Bb Tenor Saxophone, Eb Baritone Saxophone. , 1st. Band Music. Grade 4. Score and parts. Duration 5. 30. Published by C. Alan Publications. CN.R10067. This overture is yet more proof of Philip Sparke's ability to contribute serious band literature which also has definite audience appeal. A fanfare opening followed by the sonorous full band leads to a lively tuneful allegro. This is developed - with the occasional change of meter to refresh the ear - before the fanfare returns, cleverly counterpointed against the music from the quicker section. A fanfare opening followed by the sonorous full band leads to a lively tuneful allegro. This is developed - with the occasional change of meter to refresh the ear - before the fanfare returns, cleverly counterpointed against the music from the quicker section. This overture is yet more proof of Philip Sparke's ability to contribute serious band literature which also has definite audience appeal.