E Pluribus Unum (flex)

From Wind Repertory Project
Fred Jewell

Fred Jewell (arr. Andy Clark)


General Info

Year: 1917 / 2011
Duration: c. 2:50
Difficulty: III (see Ratings for explanation)
Publisher: C.L. Barnhouse
Cost: Score and Parts (print) - $60.00   |   Score Only (print) - 85.00


Instrumentation (Flexible)

Part 1

  • High C Part
  • High B-flat Part
  • High E-flat Part

Part 2

  • C Treble Part
  • High B-flat Part
  • High E-flat Part
  • Horn in F Part

Part 3

  • Horn in F Part
  • Viola Part
  • Low B-flat Part
  • Low E-flat Part
  • Bass Clef Part

Part 4

  • Low B-flat Part
  • Low E-flat Part
  • Bass Clef Part

Bass
Tuba
Keyboards
Percussion, including:

  • Bass Drum
  • Cymbals
  • Snare Drum


Errata

None discovered thus far.


Program Notes

Jewell wrote a number of marches with patriotic titles. E Pluribus Unum March was composed in 1917 during the dark days of World War I. The Latin title, motto of the United States, refers to one government created from many states. It was suggested by a Continental Congress committee appointed in 1776 composed of Benjamin Franklin, John Quincy Adams, and Thomas Jefferson.

- Program Note from March Music Notes


Fred Jewell’s E Pluribus Unum march has been a staple of bands for decades, and Andy Clark’s new arrangement for the Barnhouse Build-A-Band Series finally brings this classic American march into the grasp of very small groups or bands with severe instrumentation problems.. This toe-tapping march gem will be a favorite of audiences and performers alike.

- Program Note from publisher


Media


State Ratings

None discovered thus far.


Performances

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Works for Winds by This Composer

Adaptable Music


All Wind Works


Resources

  • Jewell, F. (1917). E Pluribus Unum [score]. C.L. Barnhouse: Oskaloosa, Iowa.
  • Perusal score
  • Smith, Norman E. (1986). March Music Notes. Lake Charles, La.: Program Note Press, pp. 230.