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Clarinet Choir Repertoire-Score

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Clarinet Choir
Arranger Himie Voxman
Publisher Rubank Inc
Catalog # 04474030

Price: $9.99

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Clarinet Choir Repertoire-Score Arranged by Himie Voxman. For Clarinet Choir. Published by Rubank Inc. (Catalog # 04474030, UPC: 073999740301)

for three Bb clarinets, Eb alto (or 4th Bb) and Bb bass

This wonderful collection of grade 3 music for clarinet choir appears on most state contest lists and includes pieces of varying lengths and styles to suit any performance opportunity. Includes classics as well as contemporary pieces by the original Rubank composers. A must for your school or church library. Contents: Air and Gigue (Handel) • Allegro (J.C. Bach) • Allegro Rococo (Koepke) • An Der Wiege (Grieg) • Andante and Rondo (Ostransky) • Ballad (Rimsky-Korsakov) • Blue Twilight (Walters) • Theme from Christmas Oratorio • Lyric Piece No.2 (Grieg) • Menuetto (Mozart) • Motet (Brahms) • Polonaise and Presto • Puer Natus in Bethlehem (Bach) • Valse a La Scherzo (Walters).
Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
AIR AND GIGUE(CON.GROSS OP6) VOXMAN HANDEL  
ALLEGRO VOXMAN BACH,J.C.  
ALLEGRO ROCOCO (KOEPKE) VOXMAN  
AN DER WIEGE OP68 NO5 VOXMAN GRIEG,E.H.  
ANDANTE AND RONDO VOXMAN OSTRANSKY  
BALLAD VOXMAN RIMSKY-KORSAKOV,NIK  
BLUE TWILIGHT (WALTERS) VOXMAN  
CHRISTMAS ORATORIO,THEME FROM VOXMAN  
LYRIC PIECE NO2 OP68 VOXMAN GRIEG,E.H.  
MENUETTO VOXMAN MOZART,W.A.  
MOTET OP29 NO1 VOXMAN BRAHMS,J.  
POLONAISE AND PRESTO (DIV.#12) VOXMAN  
PUER NATUS IN BETHLEHEM (BACH) VOXMAN  
VALSE A LA SCHERZO VOXMAN,H. WALTERS  
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