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    Siyahamba (We Are Marching) - Traditional South African Tune / arr. Douglas E. Wagner

    A traditional song of the Zulu people originating in the KwaZulu province of South Africa, "Siyahamba" is built upon persistent ostinatos with a driving percussion contribution as a background setting the stage for the charming theme. You'll hear several call-and-response patterns which are characteristic of traditional African music. An engaging addition to the beginning band literature with enticing multicultural roots.

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    AFRICAN FESTIVAL (Concert Band) - Hilliard, Quincy

    African Festival is a colourful work with a singable melody and idiomatic percussion writing that brings to life the African folk song, "Siyahamba," on which the piece is based. Performing this work provides and excellent opportunity to incorporate multicultural studies into your curriculum. All students, but particularly the percussion section, will love the distinctive sounds and interesting parts in this grade 1 concert band feature

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  • £40.95

    African Marching Song (Concert Band - Score and Parts) - O'Reilly, John

    The South African folk classic "Siyahamba" is authentically treated in this special arrangement for young band. Repeating percussion patterns using tom toms, bass drum, claves, and cowbell keep the African feel moving while syncopated block harmonies round out the accompaniment. Trumpets and flutes get to shine on the opening melody, and in typical African call and response tradition, everyone gets to join in as the arrangement progresses.

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    African Marching Song - Traditional / arr. John O'Reilly

    The South African folk classic "Siyahamba" is authentically treated in this special arrangement for young band. Repeating percussion patterns using tom toms, bass drum, claves, and cowbell keep the African feel moving while syncopated block harmonies round out the accompaniment. Trumpets and flutes get to shine on the opening melody, and in typical African call and response tradition, everyone gets to join in as the arrangement progresses. Correlated to Accent on Achievement, Book 2, page 23. This title is available in SmartMusic.

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