Reid : March for the 95th regiment of foot : Score, parts and cover page | Music | Classical

Reid : March for the 95th regiment of foot : Score, parts and cover page

Reid : March for the 95th regiment of foot : Score, parts and cover page 146605-12000 Instant Download Price
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Composer: John Reid (1721 - 1807)
Forces: 2Cl./Ob./Fl.Bsn.2Hn. or Kbd.

"A Sett of Minuets and Marches Inscribed to The Rt. Honble. Lady Catharine Murray by I.R. Esqr.", London, 1781.

John Reid pursued parallel military and musical careers. At the time of publication of this march he was a colonel, in the 95th regiment. He ultimately rose to the rank of General, and left a substantial bequest to endow a professorship in the University of Edinburgh.

Reid's instrumentation for two melody instruments, two horns and bass was a standard line-up in both military and civilian band music of the period (military musicians were often called upon to reinforce or replace their civilian counterparts). No mention is made of percussion but the marches should presumably be reinforced by drums, possibly by exotica such as the fashionable Turkish Crescent, or "Jingling Johnny". The current edition includes parts for horns in the original key, and in F where different; for oboes/flutes and also for clarinets in B flat; and for bassoon. an independent keyboard version is also provided.

John Reid was colonel in the 95th regiment from its formation in July, 1779 until its disbandment in May 1783. During this period he was promoted to General. The regiment took part in the seige of Jersey, 1781.

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Composer: John Reid (1721 - 1807)Forces: 2Cl./Ob./Fl.Bsn.2Hn. or Kbd."A Sett of Minuets and Marches Inscribed to The Rt. Honble. Lady Catharine Murray by I.R. Esqr.", London, 1781. John Reid pursued parallel military and musical careers. At the ti
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