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Concert Band

Style

Concert / Festival

Grade Level

Grade 1

Time

1:51

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The rain won’t stop and time is running out! “Rising Waters” perfectly captures the feeling of extreme urgency through energetic rhythmic interplay and exciting percussion. Written for beginning band using only the first six notes, this dramatic music has plenty to teach and will keep everyone on the edge of their seat! Rising Waters performed by The Troy University Symphony Band.

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