At the top, you will see a blue button to play the mp3.
Just below that, you will see the score, if you have the Scorch plugin. Otherwise, a blank where the score ought to be. Here you can view the score and listen to the Scorch playback (GM), not a good sound, usually.
Below this, under the heading of details, you will see a choice to download the mp3 file, which is the best choice if you want to hear, and don't have broadband. .
Well, this is really an old piece, just a new setting, from band to organ. I am not likely to stay so hard core tonal. I have another few marches from old, but the new works will be mostly polytonal or free tonality, sliding around a bit with a tonality that is present, but resisting definition!
This would be great on a theatre organ! I wonder if there any theatre organ libs out there? I think PMI has one. Hmm, there's also a theatre with a nice organ out in NY. Maybe I can sample it since the owner is friends with my organ teacher.
This is a great march that sounds great! I'll agree with you on the percussion to a certain extent. It really depends. With this march it really sounds great without percussion. The bassline/accomp. give a nice beat and percussion really isn't needed.