Written around 1925, Karl L. King’s ALHAMBRA GROTTO MARCH has a captivating “mystic” sound to it. This lightly-edited arrangement sounds almost indistinguishable from the original, but brings it within the playing realm of moderate, small, or younger bands. Listen to the recording and you will agree.
The final repeat of the TRIO section has been omitted, thus shortening the total playing time – saving chops for the band if you’re using it at contest.
Included is a site-license granting permission for the director to make as many copies as needed for their school. This includes printing multiple judge’s scores for contest use. Never have a missing part or out-of-print score again! Note: this permission is not extended to individuals . . . only to the original purchasing school.
Flute, Oboe, Bassoon, Clarinet 1,2,3, Bass Clarinet, Alto Sax 1,2, Tenor Sax, Bari Sax
Trumpet 1,2,3, Horn 1,2, (Horn 3,4 optional), Trombone 1,2, Euphonium (TC/BC), Tuba
Snare Drum, Bass, Drum, Cymbals
Included is a Contra-Alto Clarinet part, if you need it (doubles the Tuba part)