Benedicamus Domino is a beautiful work that was originally for voices. The singing quality of a clarinet quintet can bring a new sound to this piece. There are sets of duets with a ritornello
Staccato rhythms, accented notes and dynamic contrasts give the familiar themes from "Carmen" plenty of expression, drama and flair! Scored for four clarinets and bass clarinet.
This refreshing set of arrangements is ideal for high school, college or gigging quintets. Rich harmonic colors and rhythmic energy will guarantee this collection a secure place in the Christmas repertoire
Variations on Ma'oz Tzur (mah' - oh - tzoor'), a beloved Chanukah song that is sung in homes and synagogues after the candles are lit. In this arrangement the traditional hymn-like melody is presented as a
This famous work for young band is now available in an arrangement that can be be performed by a variety of woodwind ensembles. All the sensitivity and musicianship of the original are evident in this
A spirited rendition of three familiar holiday carols with a bell theme scored for three B-flat clarinets and bass clarinet. A great seasonal choice for any worship service or performance venue. Titles
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A jazz medley of Deck the Halls, Silent Night, God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen and We Wish You a Merry Christmas.
A lively one movement composition with a fast pace, crisp articulations, and trills for ornamentation. Scored for a woodwind quintet at an intermediate level.
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