Marching Band: Malaguena Ernesto Lecuona / Arr. Jay Bocook. 78,00 €. inc. tax plus shipping. Availability * available in 9 days. Score Malaguena – Marching Band by Ernesto LECUONA, Jay BOCOOK for Marching band, Orchestra. Publisher and retailer, Robert Martin offers online sales. Features Malaguena by: Ernesto Lecuona: Jay Bocook. Made famous by the Stan Kenton Orchestra and a favorite on the Drum Corps circuit for years; there.

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Let your brass players pull out all the stops on this exciting arrangement that features impressive written-out trumpet solos. Hal Leonard Marching Band. I really like their arrangement better than the scouts lol. Pine To The Cone.

I’m hella sweating and I’m not even playing lmao that fast section tho. We did this with our marching band. And I was pleasantly surprised. It turned out so well.

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Especially that awesome trombone solo and the trumpet trio. I mean I am kinda bias Very much miss these aggressive crowd pleasers. We played this in 84, my freshman year. Malagguena lost our minds when our director played this for us. Different solo then the Madison scouts! This bocok a 3 trumpet.

Played this in high school and took 1st place 4A Division in L. I was honored to play 2 instruments in this Solo wise, Taboo was harder in terms of range, but this is always the sophisticated one. Lecuona vs Mrs Lecuona! So excited to play this song in our halftime show this year. That 1st trumpet score is quite fun to play with a soprano trombone: The trombone solo would be so much better as a baritone solo in my opinion.


Mario and Michelle Santiago. This piece is so fun but my jazz band has the middle school easy part. My director did tell me to play up an octave on some of the notes though because I’m a 1st trumpet.

I have it easy lol. Just wait though, soon enough you’ll be able to hit close to an octave above that. Coming from a now 4 year mello player, 7 year horn player Keep it up!

Seeing this makes me sad. Our marching band could never play this. I know I can, been practicing for the last couple months and I can finally get those killer notes out, but sadly none of our other Freshmen put in the time not the effort to even try I feel the exact same for me and my band.

Malagueña by Ernesto Lecuona/arr. Jay Bocook

It’s really sad to notice how there are very few people who would like to grow as a band but the rest isn’t letting them. Put it at 1.


It’s not too challenging, but I can’t do this after playing bocoom else for a bit. Palo needs this song. JK it’s too late to even attempt this. Our best screamer trumpet is basically long gone back to his home country with him being a senior and all.

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Owen J Roberts Band. I think this is the arrangement we are playing this season. My sophomore year is going to be great!! Bocook grade 4 I’ve ever seen omg.

Stacey Sings for a second I thought you meant you played this in grade 4 – fourth grade. Windex from the s. I’m pretty sure this is what all trumpet players hope to play when they hear they are gonna be playing a latin piece this is so cool I wanna play it so badly.

Also a great Latin piece. But then again, we had a different arrangement. This is how I remember Malaguena as a kid in Jr. High and High School. I play 2nd Trumpet and as I know it 1st trumpets are always bad. The Bill Holman arrangement that the Stan Kenton band played is even worse.

The third trumpet part is still playing higher then the third trumpet here.