Alexander Lithgow : Invercargill March

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Composition Date:1901
Composition Info:The Invercargill March is a march composed by Alex Lithgow and named after his home town of Invercargill, on the South Island of New Zealand.

The Invercargill rates alongside John Philip Sousa's "Stars and Stripes Forever", Kenneth Alford's "Colonel Bogey March", and Johann Strauss' "Radetsky March" as one of the most popular in the world. It is especially popular in the United States, being a top favourite of the US Marines. It was the Regimental March of the 56th Infantry Regiment of the New York Guard during World War II.
Score KeyG major (Sounding Pitch)
Tempo MarkingMarch h=c.112
Time Signature2/2
Number of Pages4
Difficulty LevelIntermediate Level: Recommended for Intermediate Level players

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