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2005 SCV Tenor Ensemble (Download)

Ensemble for multi-tenors
Level: Advanced
Duration: 3:40
Personnel: 5 players
Product ID : TSPDL-22g
Price: $19.00
Item #: TSPDL-22g

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Description

The 2005 SCV Tenor Ensemble is a fun, often cacophonous display of the crazy creativity of the 2005 tenorline, helmed by Matt Ramey. Scored for tenor section and a variety of auxiliary percussion instruments, the piece represents a "best of" for licks played by a range of SCV tenorlines during the early 2000's.

For their performance at the 2005 DCI Solo & Ensemble competition, this piece earned the group a 3rd place finish and one heck of a standing ovation!

This solo also appears in the tenor solo compilation book,
Violent Tenor Cream.












Use of this product is governed by the license terms outlined here.



Instrumentation

  • Marching Tenors (5 players)
  • Drumset (1 player)
  • Crash cymbals (1 player)

Description

The 2005 SCV Tenor Ensemble is a fun, often cacophonous display of the crazy creativity of the 2005 tenorline, helmed by Matt Ramey. Scored for tenor section and a variety of auxiliary percussion instruments, the piece represents a "best of" for licks played by a range of SCV tenorlines during the early 2000's.

For their performance at the 2005 DCI Solo & Ensemble competition, this piece earned the group a 3rd place finish and one heck of a standing ovation!

This solo also appears in the tenor solo compilation book,
Violent Tenor Cream.












Use of this product is governed by the license terms outlined here.



Instrumentation

  • Marching Tenors (5 players)
  • Drumset (1 player)
  • Crash cymbals (1 player)


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