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Land of Legends

COMPOSER: Andreas Ludwig Schulte
PUBLISHER: Gobelin Music Publications
PRODUCT TYPE: Set
INSTRUMENT GROUP: Fanfare
In ‘Land of Legends’ German composer Andreas Ludwig (what’s in a name) Schulte takes you along to the fictional world of legends, myths and fairy tales. The introduction to the first part (The Castle) describes the majestic contours of the sceneof action. Its instrumentation (horns) immediately
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Composer Andreas Ludwig Schulte
Publisher Gobelin Music Publications
Instrumentation Fanfare
Moeilijkheidsgraad orkest Grade 4
Product Type Set
Instrument Group Fanfare
ISMN 9790035208939
No. GOB 000399-020
Definitive Duration 00:11:00
Description
In ‘Land of Legends’ German composer Andreas Ludwig (what’s in a name) Schulte takes you along to the fictional world of legends, myths and fairy tales.
The introduction to the first part (The Castle) describes the majestic contours of the sceneof action. Its instrumentation (horns) immediately makes you imagine being in Medieval spheres.
The addition of trenchant copper instruments even gives the part a heroic tinge. After entering through the gate, a lot of hustle and bustle appearsto be going on in the courtyard. Pages, squires and soldiers are busy attending to their arms. Beer is being brewed, flax is being spun, cattle are being tended and some craftsmen from neighbouring villages are busily at work.
In the upperchamber of the round tower lives an old man (The Old Wizard). He hardly ever comes out, and nobody knows exactly what he is doing. It is said that he is engaged in wizardry and magic. It is all very mysterious.
There are also festivities, some ofthem sober, others exuberant.
The wedding in the third part is celebrated in a grand manner. With a flourish of trumpets, the bride makes her entrance at the hand of her father. Afterwards, at the party there is dancing to the music played byminstrels and of course a plentiful banquet follows.
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