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Publisher Desc.  Some instruments tend to get typecast in stereotypical roles. For example, the tuba tends to get assigned "oompa" parts or slow plodding elephant-on-Quaaludes types of music. However, in "Allons-y!," both the tuba and piano move fast, demonstrating swift dexterity. Meaning let's go, Allons-y! is one of the catch-phrases of the Tenth Doctor in the television series, Doctor Who. "Allons-y!" was composed for tubist Benjamin Miles.
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