March #11, Op. 60
March #11, Op. 60: Listen and Download.
This is a triumphal march – a monumental celebration of great victories and accomplishments. It employs three principal related themes, with each theme being accompanied by a variation immediately after it is presented. The majority of the march is composed for two pianos, a flute, and timpani – although the second occurrence of the first theme-variation block is orchestrated differently, with the flute being replaced by a brass section and a second part added for timpani.
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