Cerclier Jules 30 Marches Tp244

Jules Cerclier

30 Marches

for 4 trumpets with timpani ad libitum

Level: intermediate

TP244 Score and parts
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Fun to play

While the marches share certain affinities, such as the thin textured openings and loud closings, the melodic lines, forms, use of soloists, textures, and rhythms vary considerably. In all, they are exciting, fun to play, and suitable both in concert and as fanfares for special occasions.

Composed
c. 1891
Genre
romantic
Published
2006
Arrangeur
Bryan Proksch
Publisher
The Brass Press
Jules Cerclier

Jules Cerclier (1823-1897)

What little we know of Jules Henri Louis Cerclier (1823-1897) comes from the records of the Conservatoire National in Paris, his alma mater and eventual employer.[fn. 1] He was born in Paris on May 29, 1823 to a musical family and baptized two days later at l'Eglise Saint-Sulpice. His studies in music at the Conservatoire began in 1835 in solfege... Read more