Bom Dia (March)

Arranged by Andrew Balent
Score and Part(s)
Performing Ensemble: Concert Band
Instrumentation: Flute/Piccolo, Baritone Saxophone in E flat, Clarinet I in B flat, Trumpet III in B flat, Clarinet III in B flat, Bass Clarinet I B flat, Bassoon, Alto Saxophone I in E flat, Alto Saxophone II in E flat, Trumpet I in B flat, Mallet Percussion, Horn II in
Item Number: CPS73
Number of Pages: 226
Publisher: Carl Fischer Music
Print Status: In Print


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Quick Overview

Bom Dia (pronounced "Bom Gee-ahh") means "good morning" in Brazilian Portuguese. This cheerful piece uses the form of the Brazilian choro, with three melodies played in A-B-A-C-A order. An original march, Bom Dia was inspired by Andrew Balent's frequent trips to Brazil. This piece will serve as a welcome change this year for directors seeking a new warm-up march for a contest or festival.

Scores & Parts

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Additional Information

Arranger Balent, Andrew

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