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Concert marches are mostly similar to regular military marches or field marches except for these differences:
- Concert marches usually contain more difficult rhythms which in other cases, such as marching, would be awkward to play.
- Concert marches may have more intricate harmonies
- Although most concert marches follow the standard march form, some do not. William Latham's "Brighton Beach" for example, follows an IAABABATITCoda form.
- Concert marches tend to have codas.
- Concert marches may be played slower (100-120 b/m)
- Concert marches tend to be longer.
- Concert marches tend to have longer introductions.
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