Grand March of Normal (1)

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 Theme code Index    1H53H1H 5H5H5H5H
 Also known as    Norma March, Russian Grand March, Russian March, Grand March from the Opera of Norma
 Composer/Core Source    Bellini
 Region    United States
 Genre/Style    Military
 Meter/Rhythm    March/Marche
 Key/Tonic of    D
 Accidental    2 sharps
 Mode    Ionian (Major)
 Time signature    4/4
 History    USA(Mid Atlantic), USA(Western/Pacific)
 Structure    AB, AABBCCDD
 Editor/Compiler    Samuel Bayard
 Book/Manuscript title    Dance to the Fiddle March to the Fife
 Tune and/or Page number    No. 254, pp. 216-217
 Year of publication/Date of MS    1981
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X:1 T:Grand March of Normal [1] M:C L:1/8 S:Steffy (1949, southwestern Pa.) B:Bayard - Dance to the Fiddle, March to the Fife (1981, No. 254) K:D d2 Ad f2 df|a2 {b}a>b a4|a2 fa ab/a/ gf|e2 a>b ag fe| d2 Ad f2 df|a2 {b}a>b a3g|fa {f}(3gfe d2c2|d2 d>c d2|| Ad|f2 {g}f>g fe dc|B2 B>B B2 Bc| e2 e>f edcB|A2 A>B AGFE| .d2 Ad f2df|a2 a>b a3g|fa {f}(3gfe d2c2|d2 d>c d2||

X:1 T:Grand March from the Opera of "Norma" M:C L:1/8 R:March C:Bellini Q:"With spririt" B:Manson - Hamilton's Universal Tune Book, vol. 2 (1844, p. 49) Z:AK/Fiddler's Companion K:D D>F|A2 F>A d2 A>d|f4 e>f|g>fe>d e>dc>B|(A4 F2) B>A| A3G E2 B>A|A3F D2 d>c|B2 B>c d>cd>e|A2 a>a a2:| |:A>A|B2 B>B B>AB>c|(d4 A2) B>A|G>F>GA B>cd>e|(f4 d2):| |:d>d|g6 d>d|^g6 g>g|1 a2 f>d A>cd>e|f6:|2 a2 f>d A>AB>c|d6!fine!!fermata!|| K:G G>B|d2 G>B d2 B>g|b4 a>gf>e|d2 e>d c2 d>c|B>AG>B A2 d>d| d2 B>g g2 d>b|b6 a>g|f(bb)g (fe)(^cd)|B6 E2| E>FG>A B>^cd>e|f6 e>d|e6 d>B|A6!D.C!||

X:1 T:Norma March C:Bellini N:From the J.E. Sedlak manuscript, Portland, Oregon 1863. Sedlak, originally from N:Bohemia, was a musician, music instructor, and dance band leader in Portland, Oregon N: in the 1860's and 1870's. M:C K:D DF|A2FAd2Ad|f6ef|gfed edcB|A4F2BA|A3GE2BA| A3FD2dc|BABc def^g|a2a2a2:||:a2|b2bb BABc|d4A2BA| GFEF GABc|f4d2A2|B2BB BABc|d4A2BA|GFEF GABc|d2d2d2:| K:G |:"Trio"D2|D2GAB2d2|d2cBA4|A2^GAB2c2|c2BAG4|D2GAB2d2|d2cBA2e2| edBd dcAB|G2G2G2:||:GB|d2ddd2e2|d2^cz=c4|B2ABd2cB| A2d4D2|D2GAB2d2|d2cBA2e2|edBd dcBA|G2[Bg][Bg][Bg]2:|