Carnival of Venice (arr. Lind)

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Jules Demersseman

Jules Demersseman (arr. Carlton Lind)

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General Info

Year: c. 1860 / 1993
Duration: c. 6:00
Difficulty: IV (see Ratings for explanation)
Publisher: U.S. Navy Band
Cost: Score and Parts - Unknown


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Program Notes

Jules Demersseman was friends with Adolphe Sax, creator of the saxophone, and wrote some of the first pieces ever written for the saxophone. It was because of his close friendship with Adolphe Sax that Demersseman wrote The Carnival of Venice for one of Sax’s students. Demersseman died at the age of 33 from tuberculosis.

- Program Note by Amador Valley High School Wind Ensemble I concert program, 19 December 2013


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