Hill Country Fanfare

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Randol Alan Bass

Randol Alan Bass

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General Info

Year: c. 1975
Duration: c. 0:45
Difficulty: (see Ratings for explanation)
Publisher: Unpublished
Cost: Score and Parts - contact composer


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Program Notes

This brief arrangement was written for the University of Texas “Longhorn” Marching Band – of which I was a member at the time of its creation. As near as I can recall, I believe this took place the fall of 1975. I wrote a series of fanfares over the years incorporating existing melodic material; these little works were all intended for outdoor performance by marching forces. The structure of Hill Country Fanfare was the same as the one performed by the Dallas Winds – three phrases, the first two identical but at differing pitch levels and the third an answer to the first two with a tutti chord at the end.

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State Ratings

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  • Dallas (Tx.) Winds (Jerry Junkin, conductor) - 1 October 2021

Works for Winds by This Composer


  • Randol Bass Music Accessed 4 October 2021
  • Randol Bass, personal correspondence, October 2021