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This weekend, 20 members of the Columbia Summer Winds are playing a Pet Parade in midtown Manhattan – the parade marches by us as we sit and provide the music.  The organizers asked for marches, so we are providing them in big numbers, 14 to be exact!  We’re getting all of our parts from the Band Music PDF Library, which makes public domain music available for free on the Internet.  Players, you’ll be able to access your parts here.  BUT, every time you go to this site, you have to first agree to their terms. So CLICK HERE FIRST, and then you should be able to follow the links to the parts (in the titles below) without any trouble.  These are in program order, by the way.

National Emblem

Washington Post

Radetzky March

Invercargill

The Thunderer

Semper Fidelis

King Cotton

Under the Double Eagle

High School Cadets

Colonel Bogey

The Invincible Eagle

The Mad Major

New Colonial

Stars & Stripes Forever

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  1. By Fall 2011 Recap « Andy Pease's Wind Band Blog on 13 Dec 2011 at 3:10 pm

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