Notated Music Lilly Bell Quickstep
About this Item
- Lilly Bell Quickstep
- Contributor Names
- Friederich, G. W. E (composer)
- Fennell, Frederick (conductor)
- Created / Published
- Library of Congress, monographic.
- Subject Headings
- - Brass band music
- - Modern edition created by Library of Congress staff member David Arbury. Transcribed from original band books.
- Library of Congress Music Division
- Related Resources
- http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.music/cwband.scor006 (Lilly Bell Quickstep)
- Online Format
- From the Brass Band Journal (New York: Firth, Pond & Co., 1854). The trio of this march is an up-tempo version of a sentimental ballad, "Lilly Bell," by Charles Mueller, published in 1853 by the same firm. Friederich was an intensely active composer and arranger for Firth, Pond & Co. in the mid-1850s, producing the twenty-four pieces that make up the Brass Band Journal, another twenty-four arrangements of pieces for social orchestra, and miscellaneous small works. His name disappears as suddenly as it appears with the publication of the quickstep. An optional E-flat trumpet part, included for every number in the Brass Band Journal, is used here. The piccolo part is added, as elsewhere. print | Modern edition created by Library of Congress staff member David Arbury. Transcribed from original band books. Print (Form).
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Friederich, G. W. E, and Frederick Fennell. Lilly Bell Quickstep. Library of Congress, monographic. Notated Music. https://www.loc.gov/item/cwband.scor006/.
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Friederich, G. W. E. & Fennell, F. Lilly Bell Quickstep. Library of Congress, monographic. [Notated Music] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/cwband.scor006/.
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Friederich, G. W. E, and Frederick Fennell. Lilly Bell Quickstep. Library of Congress, monographic. Notated Music. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/cwband.scor006/>.