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Changing Times

Changing Times
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About This Work

‘Changing Times’, composed and arranged by Philip Andrews, started life as a piano piece, was then adapted and performed at a concert on a church organ, and in due course arrived in its present setting for concert band.

Written on 1st January 2000 the title refers to the beginning of the new millennium with all its optimism and talk of change. The start of any new year always brings forth feelings of expectation and hope for the future, and this is reflected in the bright optimistic nature of the music.

‘Changing Times’ is very upbeat, and flows with an infectious waltz like lilt, occasionally interrupted by a slight shift in its rhythmic pattern – symbolic of a certain amount of hesitation that also exists at any period of change.

This is a very tuneful little piece that will be a happy inclusion to any concert programme and suitable for bands of all grades.

ComposerPhilip Andrews
ArrangerPhilip Andrews
CategoryConcert Work
Duration2 mins 20 secs
DifficultyThis piece has difficulty rating of 2.5 on a scale one through 6, with 6 being the hardest. Click here to see how we grade our band sets.
InstrumentationConductors Full Score
Flutes 1-2
Oboes 1-2
Bb Clarinets 1-2-3-4
Bass Clarinet
Eb Alto Saxophones 1-2
Bb Tenor Saxophone
Eb Baritone Saxophone
Bassoons 1-2
Horns in F 1-2
Bb Trumpets 1-2-3
Tenor Trombones 1-2
Bass Trombone
Side Drum
Bass Drum
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Catalogue No.
Product Code: SM0263

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