This is By the Blue Danube, (direct German translation) or The Blue Danube as it is commonly referred by Johann Strauss II, transcribed here for Instrumental Quartet and Quintet. This is an advanced
By Heinrich Baermann and arranged for Solo Clarinet and Clarinet Choir by K. Tod Kerstetter.
Transcribed by Rebecca Mindock. Nineteenth-Century Russian composer Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky (1840-1893) composed his String Quartet No. 1, op. 11 in February of 1871. Its hauntingly lovely slow
Movement III. Minuetto and Trio from String Quintet in E major, Op. 11, No. 5 by Luigi Boccherini for Instrumental Quartets and Quintets. This is an intermediate to advanced intermediate level transcription
This is the complete Brandenburg Concerto No. 3 Johann Sebastian Bach transcribed for Instrumental Quartets. It has an optional organ part if so desired, but will work perfectly well without. Originally
This is the complete Brandenburg Concerto No. 6 Johann Sebastian Bach transcribed for Saxophone Quartet by Kenneth Abeling. It has an optional organ part if so desired, but will work perfectly well without.
Choro No. 1 (Typico) By Heitor Villa-Lobos transcribed for various Instrumental quartets and quintets. Written originally for Classical Guitar this Tango-ish piece translates well to both amateur and
This arrangement provides plenty of opportunity for both melodic and technical playing. The passages are nicely distributed between the three parts making for a fun and challenging piece.
The piccolo clarinet in D is the clarinet for which Richard Strauss wrote the main motive of his famous tone poem Till Eulenspiegel, and it also notably appears in the symphonies of Mahler and