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Sullivann, Jason Jason Sullivann
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Base Seven

Base Seven
Jason Sullivann

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Jason SullivannJason Sullivann (1969 - )
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Trumpet septet

Style :

Modern classical

Date :2022
Copyright :Copyright Jason Sullivann
BASE SEVEN is a musical and mathematical contemplation of the number seven. A concertpiece for seven Bb Trumpets in three parts, lasting almost twelve minutes. The parts can be performed separately if desired. This piece is dedicated to the admins who run Thank you! Thank you to all visitors and members! This is my first composition for Trumpet ensemble, as well as my first time using the notation program MuseScore. Thanks to the people at MuseScore as well! Enjoy!
Added by jsullivann, 16 Jan 2023

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Hello and Happy New Year! New Music!
Written on 2023-02-09 by jsullivann
Hello and Happy New Year! Thank you to all visitors! My new piece, BASE SEVEN for Bb Trumpet septet, is now available. This piece is dedicated to the staff of THANK YOU FREE-SCORES! Check it out today!

Written on 2022-10-14 by jsullivann
Hello and Thank You to all visitors! Hope you are well and continue to be. Thanks again for visiting. Please leave comments and ratings! None left since my last post, you know...Anyway, please stop by again. New piece coming soon!
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