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Jubilant Prelude

By Claude T. Smith

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Concert Band - Grade 4-5
Composed by Claude T. Smith. Score and full set of parts. Symphonic/Concert Band Series. Concert, Graduation, Overture. Full Score and Parts. Hal Leonard #14500. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.21510010).

Item Number: HL.21510010

8.5x11 inches.

The compositions of Claude T. Smith have a unique vitality and freshness that have made him one of the country's most respected writers. The appealing melodies and rhythmic drive of this number make it an excellent choice for contest or festival presentation.

3 - Baritone B.C. 2 pages

3 - Baritone T.C. 1 page

3 - Bassoon 1 page

3 - Bb Bass Clarinet 1 page

3 - Bb Clarinet 1 4 pages

3 - Bb Clarinet 2 4 pages

3 - Bb Clarinet 3 4 pages

3 - Bb Cornet 1 3 pages

3 - Bb Cornet 2 3 pages

3 - Bb Cornet 3 3 pages

3 - Bb Tenor Saxophone 1 page

3 - Eb Alto Clarinet 1 page

3 - Eb Alto Saxophone 1 1 page

3 - Eb Alto Saxophone 2 1 page

3 - Eb Baritone Saxophone 1 page

3 - Eb Contra Bass Clarinet 1 page

3 - F Horn 1&3 2 pages

3 - F Horn 2&4 2 pages

3 - Flute/Piccolo 6 pages

16 - Full Score 1 page

2 - Mallet Percussion 1 page

3 - Oboe 1 page

2 - Percussion 5 pages

3 - String Bass 1 page

2 - Timpani 1 page

3 - Trombone 1 2 pages

3 - Trombone 2 2 pages

3 - Trombone 3 2 pages

3 - Tuba 4 pages

  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 5

    Jerry Toler, Retired
    Location:
    Tulsa, Oklahoma
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate/advanced
  • October 23, 2009 My band premiered this composition.

    This piece was written for my HS Band in Guymon, Oklahoma, many years ago and was premiered at the Oklahoma Music Educator's Association State Convention under the title of "Epiclude". When it was published as "Jubilant Prelude" it had very few changes and the original character and intent of...

    the piece was still there and just as exciting as it was in manuscript. It's a happy piece with a beautiful middle section (as only Mr. Smith could write) and an exciting ending. I've never heard a Claude Smith composition I didn't like because I knew the man. If you play this piece I hope you grow to love it as I do. In conclusion let me say that it is fun to play, the students will enjoy working on it, and you will enjoy teaching and interping the middle section as it contains so much "music". Jerry M. Toler Retired

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