By: Camille Saint-Saëns
Arranged by: Dr. Daniel Fong
Percussion by: Joshua Luedtke
Time:  7:00
Grade:  3
Price:  $695.00

Carnival of the Animals has become one of Saint-Saëns’s best-known works, first published in 1922 after his death. From the beginning, Saint-Saëns regarded the work as a piece of fun.  Dr. Daniel Fong brings his extensive experience as the brass arranger for the Mandarins Drum and Bugle corps to this expressive full marching band arrangement.  Josh Luedtke’s driving percussion arrangements compliment the wind score brilliantly!

mp3 coming soon!          Carnival Score Sample

Instrumentation:

Piccolo
Flute
Clarinet
Alto Sax
Tenor Sax
Bari Sax
Trumpet 1, 2
Mellophone
Trombone
Euphonium
Tuba

Bells/Xylo
Marimba 1, 2
Vibes 1, 2
Bass (Guitar or Sythn)
Synth
Aux 1, 2Snare Line
Tenor Line (Sixes)
Bass Line (5)
Cymbal Line

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