March #9, Op. 56

G. Stolyarov II
Issue CLXX - August 16, 2008
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This short, brisk, lively march was composed by Mr. Stolyarov intermittently from 2001 to 2003. It was written down on note paper without ever being given an opus number, so it has now been revived as Opus 56 – even though it was composed earlier than most of Mr. Stolyarov’s other works. With this march rendered publicly available, all of Mr. Stolyarov’s compositions to date can be freely accessed by anyone willing. Hopefully, they will serve as an inspiration to other composers who desire to create orderly, harmonious works in celebration of life and the human spirit. And, of course, Mr. Stolyarov plans to compose many more musical pieces in the future.

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