*NEW* Comedy Cornet Trio

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  1. NEW CORNET TRIO...

    Mexican Hat Dance
    Arranged by David Holling

    One of the most famous tunes to ever come out of South American has now been arranged as a brilliant comedy item for a cornet trio. This arrangement, titled, as “La Danza Del Sombrero Mexicana”, is a wonderful showpiece for your band and 3 cornet players. After the main theme, cadenzas from the 3 soloists lead us into a Habanera before returning to the well-known melody. This item works in just about any concert, from bandstand to opera house. Lending itself perfectly to choreography, this comic item is the perfect audience pleaser.

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    Full score & parts: £17.95
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  2. NOTES FROM THE ARRANGER...

    This arrangement has been crafted as a novelty item for bands at all levels. Soloists might like to enter the spirit by dressing in ponchos and sombreros sporting the stereotyped Mexican 'tache' for good measure. The Opening bars are ad lib in terms of tempo and might encourage an off-stage start and a gradual appearance of the soloists whilst the percussion section sets the scene with Pan pipes and typical hand percussion noises ad lib. The cadenzas can be ad-libbed but must be played with bravado - making fun of the 3rd soloist - until he shows his musical mastery with La Danza! The section at C is intended for the soloists to enjoy some choreography fun and japes with the interjection of the trombone playing Ravel's Bolero at some point in the mix as an attempt to 'steal the show'. Fun could be had with different sized sombreros and cap guns perhaps? And the Scottish reel at the end... well......"

    (Arranger: David Holling)
     

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