By: Alexander Borodin
Arranged by: Dr. Daniel Fong
Perc. Arranged by: Brian Aguilar
Time:  0:45
Grade:  3
Price:  $30.00

This fanfare from Alexander Borodin’s In The Steppes of Central Asia was the opening movement in the “Black Market Bazaar” show performed in 2003 by the Sacramento Mandarins Drum and Bugle Corps.  Dr. Fong has reworked his original arrangement to include woodwinds, and Brian Aguilar has re-scored the percussion parts.

Included PDF files: Full Score, Winds Score, Brass Score, Woodwinds Score, Percussion Score, Pit Score, Battery Score, and all individual parts.

“Steppes” mp3          “Steppes” Score Sample


Clarinet 1, 2
Bass Clarinet
Alto Sax
Tenor Sax
Bari Sax
Trumpet 1, 2, 3
Mellophone 1, 2
Trombone 1, 2
Baritone BC

Snare Line
Tenor Line (Quints)
Bass Line (5)
Cymbal Line

Bass Guitar
Synth 1 (Harp)
Synth 2 (Strings)
Auxiliary 1
Auxiliary 2

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