William H. Fry / John Gibson - JB Linear Music
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Publisher Desc. "Santa Claus - A Christmas Symphony" by William Fry set for clarinet trio by John Gibson. William Henry Fry was an American composer and music critic who was one of the few American composers writing large works for orchestra at the time of his Santa Claus piece in 1853. He was also one of the first to use a saxophone in a symphony orchestra, the instrument having been invented just a few years previously. This setting for 3 clarinets (or 2 Bb clarinets and 1 bass clarinet) is of selections from the complete work and includes a jolly tune you will find yourself whistling! It lasts about 3 minutes and includes the score and parts.
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