Based on a cornet duet originally written in the late 19th century by Saint Jacome, a virtuoso cornetist in the same class as Arban and Clarke, this adaptation opens as a dignified processional and concludes at a slightly faster tempo as a stately march. Rhythmic precision and crisp articulations are key, especially when negotiating the dotted-eighth/sixteenth note combinations which appear throughout.
Instrumentation: Baritone Solo (T.C. or B.C.) with Piano Accompaniment
|Dimensions||12 × 9 × 0.5 in|