Ensemble

Concert Band

Style

Marches / Galops

Grade Level

Grade 4

Time

3:08

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A march composed in a classic American style, The Royal Hawaiian is based on the famous “Aloha Oe” composed by Queen Liliuokalani in 1878. Featuring American military percussion as well as traditional Hawaiian instruments including optional conch shell, the blend of musical textures creates an unusual yet familiar march setting. If Sousa had surfed, we believe this is what he would have heard!

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