Meacham American Patrol
A "patrol" is a popular style of music from the late 1800s, where the music simulates a marching band approaching and then fading into the distance. American Patrol contains original melodies by Meacham as well as snippets of other popular songs of the day. Most people today recognize this song from the swing arrangement that Glenn Miller made in 1942.
This composition can be played by 2 different combinations of instruments.
A few notes on the parts and instruments:
- The standard ("std") parts are the original parts and are designed to be played together.
- The alternate "a" parts, if present, are raised one octave (8va) and can be substituted for a standard part to accommodate the higher instruments listed. They should work as long as they are above the other parts.
- The alternate "b" parts, if present, are lowered one octave (8vb) and can be substituted for a standard part to accommodate the lower instruments listed. They should work as long as they are below the other parts.
- For example, using parts 1, 2, and 3 together is definitely ok. Using parts 1a, 2, and 3b together is probably ok. Using parts 1b, 2, and 3a together might not work well.
- Part ranges are listed in concert key, where C4 is middle C.
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You will have access to every part for each available instrument, in the proper key and clef.
You will also get a complete score (in most cases, we include four separate scores with all parts transposed to C, Bb, Eb, and F).
You don't have to purchase each part separately; one single payment covers all the parts you need for the instruments in your ensemble.
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This arrangement is for solo cello or viola.
Composition: Meacham American Patrol
Duration: 4 minutes
|Meacham American Patrol, Version v01
||Full Score in C, Bb, Eb, and F
|Part 1 (std)
||D2 - E5