Light Cavalry Overture

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File:
suplight.nwc (September 1999) 22 kB
Full name of work:Light Cavalry Overture
Composer:Suppe [Suppé], Franz von (1819 - 1895), Austrian
About:http://www.naxos.com/person/Franz_von_Suppe/23855.htm
Music category:Romantic Overture
Instruments:Violins I, Violins II, Violas, Flute, Piccolo, Oboes, Clarinets, French Horns, Trumpets, Bassoons, Trombones, Snare Drum, Bass Drum, Cymbals, Cellos, Basses
Name of file creator:Hall, Damien
e-mail address:DDementia "at" aol "dot" com
Running time:00:06:42
Comments:You may notice that staffs aren't in typical score order, but is instead in order of parts that are most similar (see above for order). This was as intended by the composer.
Also, you will notice that all tremolos are in realized form and in places where a double stem would be more appropriate, "a 2." is used instead (except in the Tumpets). These are to cut down on file size and reduce strain on the sound card when playing. If the file were to be completed as written using hidden and layered staffs, two, sometimes three, staffs would be needed for each part.
Enjoy! Comments and criticisims always welcome.
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