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|gd101 Invercargill March accordion orchestra arrangement
Invercargill March composed by Alex Lithgow arranged for Accordion Orchestra.
Parts: Score, bass, glock, guitar, 8 accordion parts.
One of the worlds great and very popular marches. Composed in New Zealand in 1901 The "Invercargill March" is a march written by Alex Lithgow and named after his home town of Invercargill, on the South Island of New Zealand.
This work 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.
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