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Squinzano Marcia Sinfonica 36.pdf

Squinzano Marcia Sinfonica 36.pdf

Squinzano is a symphonic march composed by Michele Lufrano, a contemporary Italian musician and conductor. The march is dedicated to the town of Squinzano, located in the province of Lecce, in the Apulia region of southern Italy. Squinzano is known for its wine production, its historical and artistic heritage, and its musical tradition.

The march Squinzano was first performed in 2010 by the Banda Musicale Città di Squinzano, directed by the composer himself. The march has a lively and festive character, with a catchy melody and a rich orchestration. The march is divided into three sections: an introduction, a first theme, and a second theme. The introduction presents the main motif of the march, which is repeated throughout the piece. The first theme is based on a descending scale, followed by a chromatic ascent. The second theme is more lyrical and expressive, with a contrast between the woodwinds and the brass. The march ends with a recapitulation of the main motif and a final coda.

Squinzano Marcia Sinfonica 36.pdf


The score of the march Squinzano is available in PDF format on various websites, such as [Paulines Africa] and [YouTube]. The PDF file contains 36 pages, with the parts for each instrument and the full score. The march is written for a standard symphonic band, with the following instrumentation: piccolo, flute, oboe, clarinet in Eb, clarinets in Bb (1st, 2nd, 3rd), bass clarinet in Bb, alto saxophone in Eb (1st, 2nd), tenor saxophone in Bb, baritone saxophone in Eb, bassoon, horn in F (1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th), trumpet in Bb (1st, 2nd, 3rd), cornet in Bb (1st, 2nd), flugelhorn in Bb (1st, 2nd), trombone (1st, 2nd), bass trombone, euphonium in Bb (1st, 2nd), tuba in Eb (1st, 2nd), tuba in Bb (1st, 2nd), timpani, percussion (snare drum, bass drum, cymbals).

If you are interested in listening to the march Squinzano, you can watch a video of the performance by the Banda Musicale Città di Squinzano on [YouTube]. The video lasts for about six minutes and shows the band playing on a stage in front of an audience. You can also hear the applause and cheers of the spectators at the end of the march. The video has more than 300 thousand views and many positive comments from the viewers.

Squinzano Marcia Sinfonica 36.pdf is a great example of a modern symphonic march that celebrates the culture and history of a town in Italy. It showcases the talent and creativity of Michele Lufrano, as well as the skill and enthusiasm of the Banda Musicale Città di Squinzano. It is a piece that can be enjoyed by both musicians and listeners alike.


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