Processional March Based on the Augusta College Alma Mater (Neff, Lyle K.)
Short score, with single concert ending, title page, and CC notice
*#87412 - 1.54MB, 7 pp. - (0) - !N/!N/!N - 435x⇩
Complete set of parts, including a collective title page and CC notice
*#94816 - 4.39MB, 38 pp. - (0) - !N/!N/!N - 325x⇩
1978 (manuscript); 2011 (self-publishing on IMSLP)
These parts are taken from the full score, i.e., the version of the score that allows repeats with alternative endings.
This is a direct scan of the manuscript, with some editing of images by the composer on Mar. 3, 2011. Some of the parts were copied originally by the composer; the rest by another hand.
|Work Title||Processional March|
|Alternative Title||Processional March Based on the A.C. Alma Mater|
|Composer||Neff, Lyle K.|
|Year/Date of Composition||1978|
|First Performance||1978 (spring graduation)|
|First Publication||2010 (self-publication on IMSLP)|
|Instrumentation||concert band: piccolo; flute I & II; B♭ clarinet I, II, & III; B♭ bass clarinet; bassoon I & II; F horn I & II; B♭ trumpet I, II, & III; trombone I & II; tuba; string bass (or bass trombone); timpani; percussion (triangle, snare drum, cymbals, gong, bass drum)|
Notated in short score and full score; full score includes repeat signs and alternate endings so as to provide optional extension and conclusion during actual graduation procession.
Augusta State University -- formerly Augusta College -- is located in Augusta, Georgia, USA.