Elsa's Procession

to the Cathedral

Wagner composed his opera Lohengrin about 1849. This splendid piece is extracted from that opera. It describes a huge procession of nicely dressed guests headed by Elsa walking through the cathedral gate. The guests take their seats while Elsa proceeds to the altar to marry Lohengrin, the 'Swan Knight’. A brilliant theme starts in a subtle way and swells in some minutes into one of the absolute highlights of the late romantic period.

Composer
Richard Wagner
Arranger
Ton van Grevenbroek
Series
25
Instrumentation
0 Full Score A3 - 1 Full Score - 2 Soprano Saxophone - 2 Alto Saxophone I - 2 Alto Saxophone II - 2 Tenor Saxophone - 1 Baritone Saxophone - 1 Flugelhorn Eb - 4 Flugelhorn I - 4 Flugelhorn II - 4 Flugelhorn III - 2 Trumpet I - 2 Trumpet II - 2 Trumpet III - 2 Trumpet IV - 1 Horn I F/Eb - 1 Horn II F/Eb - 1 Horn III F/Eb - 1 Horn IV F/Eb - 2 Trombone I C - 1 Trombone I Bb (BC/TC) - 2 Trombone II C - 1 Trombone II Bb (BC/TC) - 2 Trombone III C - 1 Trombone III Bb (BC/TC) - 1 Trombone IV C - 1 Trombone IV Bb (BC/TC) - 2 Baritone I C - 2 Baritone I Bb (BC/TC) - 2 Baritone II C - 2 Baritone II Bb (BC/TC) - 2 Bas Bb (BC/TC) - 2 Bas Eb (BC/TC) - 2 Tuba C - 1 Stringbass - 1 Timpani
Theme
Arrangements of Classical Compositions
Complete set: 98.59
Score: 19.72
Article number: 023181060
Level: 4
Duration: 240
Available: yes

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