This arrangement of the third movement from Funf Klavierstucke, in the key of C Major,displays Schubert's penchant for unusual modulations and lovely melodies. The harmony is Romantic in nature,...
Remaining quite faithful to the original piano sonata, this delightful arrangement has been transposed to a more reasonable key for clarinets. It is minuet-like in nature, yet is filled with more...
This four-part fugue, reminiscent of J.S. Bach, is a must for every serious clarinet quartet. All four players will be delighted with their individual parts, as well as how they fit together to present a...
A jazz medley of Deck the Halls, Silent Night, God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen and We Wish You a Merry Christmas.
This holiday collection contains ten time-honored Christmas songs. Arranged here for Grade 3-5 clarinet quartets, it includes a great mix of traditional, quirky and cheerful styles in which each part has...
Perhaps best known as the theme music for the 1955-65 TV program Alfred Hitchcock Presents, this rich, full-sounding arrangement of the charming Gounod classic utilizes all the resources of a clarinet...
Composer and clarinetist George Weaver brings decades of experience teaching in public schools and privately in the Philadelphia region, along with a lifetime of performing. Licorice Latte is a...
If Khatchaturian had written ONLY the Sabre Dance, he would have had a very successful career. Composed as a movement of the 1942 ballet "Gayane", the Sabre Dance took the U.S.A. by storm...
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