Seitz (arr. Johnston) - March Grandioso for Saxophone Choir - SC108
Roland F. Seitz was born into a musical family and composed nearly 50 marches during the course of his life. His most popular march, March Grandioso, was composed in 1901, and features the theme from Franz Liszt's Hungarian Rhapsody No. 14. This arrangement was created for the inaugural concert of the Seattle Saxophone Orchestra in 2012.
- Soprano Saxophone
- 3 Alto Saxophones
- 2 Tenor Saxophones
- Baritone Saxophone
- Bass Saxophone/Contrabass Saxophone