Description: The Parade of the Wooden Soldiers, originally The Parade of the Tin Soldiers. Jessel was famous for his operettas until his music was banned by the Nazis, but this is one of his few pieces that lives on today. Used in the Betty Boop cartoon, and for Children's Hour on the BBC, this is beloved by marching bands and orchestras alike. About 2 mins 30 seconds: quartet for 4 Trombones.
Skill Level: 7 out of 9
Composed by: Leon Jessel (1871 to 1942).
Léon Jessel was a German composer of operettas and light classical music.
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