This piece uses the same scoring that was used in the "11th PA Regiment March" except that a "super clarinet" part is included. Although this composition is written for very young bands, and the normal clarinet parts remain below the register break, any clarinet player in the band who can play above the register break can be offered the challenge and prestige of playing the "super clarinet." The "super clarinet" part, however, is not essential to the performance of the work. As usual, a piano part is provided to compensate for the absence of any lower woodwinds or brasses in the instrumentation of the band. It is the composer's aim to introduce the younger players to the classics as early as possible and a glimpse of Beethoven's Seventh Symphony may just do the trick.