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Olympic fireworks [music] / David Stanhope
Bib ID 654787
Format MusicMusic
Author
Stanhope, David, 1952-
 
Description San Antonio, Tex. : Southern Music Co., 2001 
1 score (25 p.) + 77 parts ; 28 cm. 
Notes

For wind band with optional piano.

Pl. no.: S786

Duration: approx. 4 min. 45 secs.

"Olympic Fireworks was given its premiere by the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, with the composer conducting, at the closing ceremony of the Sydney 2000 Olympics. As well as being played during the final fireworks, it was also played during the entrance of the athletes. The wind band version was written at the same time."--Program notes.

Subjects Band music -- Scores and parts.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Olympic Games 2000 : Sydney, N.S.W.)
Music Publisher Number S786 

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