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  • £75.20

    The Pathfinder Of Panama - John Philip Sousa - Keith Brion

    "The Pathfinder Of Panama" was composed in 1915 for San Francisco's Panama Pacific Exhibition, a world's fair honoring the historic completion of the Panama Canal. Filled with energy, this great march captures the moment of national excitement when the opening of the Canal shortened the shipping route between America's coasts by 13,000 miles. This modern edition presents this fabulous march in a format accessible to today's bands, with extensive performance and historical notes.

    Estimated delivery 10-12 days

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  • £63.00

    Pathfinder - James Curnow

    Estimated delivery 10-12 days
  • £44.55

    The Pathfinder (Concert Band - Score and Parts)

    This excellent overture was written to evoke the majestic aura of the monuments and memorials in our Nation's Capitol. It will be an outstanding choice for contest or concert programming.

  • £53.00

    Pathfinders March - Philip Sparke

    Composer Philip Sparke has long been fascinated by history's pioneers. In all fields of human activity, there has been someone with enormous vision who has made the first step into the unknown. Explorers have found new lands, doctors have discovered new medicines and scientists are pushing the bounds of technology ever further. But there was always one 'pathfinder', someone who was not afraid of the unknown, who dared to go one step further than anyone before him. The march is dedicated those pioneers who have risked everything for the sake of their vision.

    Estimated delivery 10-12 days

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  • £20.00

    Pathfinders March - M Lockyer

    A march written for the RAF Pathfinder Force for concert band

    Estimated delivery 10-12 days
  • £47.00

    Pathfinders March (Concert Band - Score and Parts)

    Composer Philip Sparke has long been fascinated by history's pioneers. In all fields of human activity, there has been someone with enormous vision who has made the first step into the unknown. Explorers have found new lands, doctors have discovered new medicines and scientists are pushing the bounds of technology ever further. But there was always one 'pathfinder', someone who was not afraid of the unknown, who dared to go one step further than anyone before him. The march is dedicated those pioneers who have risked everything for the sake of their vision. 02:00

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