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PDF - Grade 2.5 - Ochrogaster Lunifer (Processional March)
PDF - Grade 2.5 - Ochrogaster Lunifer (Processional March)
PDF - Grade 2.5 - Ochrogaster Lunifer (Processional March)
PDF - Grade 2.5 - Ochrogaster Lunifer (Processional March)
PDF - Grade 2.5 - Ochrogaster Lunifer (Processional March)

PDF - Grade 2.5 - Ochrogaster Lunifer (Processional March)

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This jaunty little processional march was named after the common Australian moth species Ochrogaster Lunifer - or ‘Bag-Shelter Moth', whose en-masse hairy caterpillars form long head to tail 'conga lines' travelling from tree to tree in search of food. From off in the distance, the procession makes its way to a nearby bush and then triumphantly marches off to find a new conquest. I was inspired to write this fun little march for the Riverina Conservatorium of Music Student Concert Band, and in particular for fellow woodwind teacher Olivia Grosfeld. Whilst I could not persuade Olivia to like actual moths, both Olivia and the Riverina Conservatorium of Music Student Concert Band like this work very much! - Kara Williams

Instrumentation: Fl 1 2, Ob, Bsn, Cl 1 2, Bs Cl, A Sx 1 2, T Sx, B Sx, F Hn, Tpt 1 2, Tbn 1 2, Euph (BC & TC), Tba, Dbl Bs/Bs Gt, Tymp, Drum Set, Glock, Triangle, Sus. Cymbal