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Difficulty level: D What's this? View Score. Play Audio. Your browser doesn't support HTML5 audio. Here is a link to the audio instead. Attributing a particular level of difficulty to an orchestral piece is awkward! A piece may be easy for the strings but difficult for the brass; it may feature a tricky instrumental solo but the other parts may be relatively straight forward.
A number of the arrangements listed are designed to simplify works to some extent but composers of many original works featured did not consider difficulty when writing them. To be sure if a piece is suitable for you, take a look at the score. Level of Difficulty Attributing a particular level of difficulty to an orchestral piece is awkward! The piano duet part is optional unless no wind is available. The brass parts are fully cued in both string and woodwind parts.
The minimum wind required is 1 flute, 1 oboe and 2 clarinets. This has recently been re-typeset by Goodmusic so is clearer than the original OUP printing, but no musical changes have been made and the new edition is fully compaible with the old one. Your Basket Your basket is empty.
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Crown Imperial is an orchestral march by the English composer William Walton. Walton derived the march's title from the line "In beawtie berying the crone imperiall" from William Dunbar 's poem "In Honour of the City of London". The march was first performed at the coronation of King George VI in and was substantially revised in The coronation was held on the scheduled day, with Edward's brother being crowned instead.
Difficulty level: D What's this? View Score. Play Audio. Your browser doesn't support HTML5 audio.