Blaze Away

The American composer Abe Holzman (New-York, 1874 – East Orange, New Jersey, 1939) worked the greater part of his life as composer and arranger for several music publishing firms. His famous march 'Blaze away' (1901) was inspired by the words of an officer during a naval battle of the Spanish-American War. In 1898 Captain Gridley ordered to open fire against the Spanish fleet in the Bay of Manila with the words 'Well boys let's blaze away!'. This march became extremely popular in the 20th century, also in Europe. Willy Hautvast adapted it to the contemporary European wind band.

Composer
Abe Holzmann
Arranger
Willy Hautvast
Series
23
Instrumentation
0 Full Score A3 - 1 Full Score - 1 Piccolo - 8 Flute - 1 Oboe I - 1 Oboe II - 2 Bassoon - 1 Clarinet Eb - 5 Clarinet I - 5 Clarinet II - 5 Clarinet III - 1 Bass Clarinet - 1 Soprano Saxophone - 2 Alto Saxophone I - 2 Alto Saxophone II - 2 Tenor Saxophone - 1 Baritone Saxophone - 1 Flugelhorn Eb - 3 Flugelhorn I - 2 Flugelhorn II - 1 Flugelhorn III - 3 Trumpet I - 3 Trumpet II - 3 Trumpet III - 2 Horn I Eb - 2 Horn I F - 1 Horn II Eb - 1 Horn II F - 1 Horn III Eb - 1 Horn III F - 2 Trombone I C - 1 Trombone I Bb (TC) - 1 Trombone I Bb (BC) - 2 Trombone II C - 1 Trombone II Bb (TC) - 1 Trombone II Bb (BC) - 2 Trombone III C - 1 Trombone III Bb (TC) - 1 Trombone III Bb (BC) - 2 Baritone C - 2 Baritone Bb (BC) - 4 Baritone Bb (TC) - 2 Bas Bb (TC) - 2 Bas Bb (BC) - 2 Bas Eb (TC) - 2 Bas Eb (BC) - 2 Tuba C - 2 Tuba C II - 3 Percussion
Theme
Marches
Complete set: 62.42
Score: 13.79
Article number: 012654030
Level: 2
Duration: 210
Available: yes

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