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Performance Favorites 1

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Voicing/Format Clarinet 1
Composer James Curnow
Arranger Curnow/Higgins/Laven
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Essential Elements
Catalog # 00860185

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Performance Favorites 1 Composed by James Curnow. Arranged by Curnow/Higgins/Laven. For Clarinet 1. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00860185, UPC: 884088259532)

by Michael Sweeney, Paul Lavender, John Higgins, John Moss and James Curnow Contents: African Sketches · Barrier Reef · Do You Hear What I Hear · Elves' Dance · Firebird · Gaelic Dances · Irish Legends · On Broadway · Regimental Honor · Spinning Wheel · The Streets of Madrid · Summon the Heroes · You're a Grand Old Flag.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
AFRICAN SKETCHES CURNOW/HIGGINS/LAVEN TRADITIONAL  
BARRIER REEF HIGGINS,JOHN  
DO YOU HEAR WHAT I HEAR REGNEY/SHAYNE  
ELVES' DANCE TCHAIKOVSKY,P.I.  
FIREBIRD STRAVINSKY,IGOR  
GAELIC DANCES MOSS,JOHN  
IRISH LEGENDS CURNOW,JAMES  
MAIDS OF MOURNE SHORE,THE CELTIC FOLK SONG  
MARCHING SONG GRIFFES/HOLST/TOMLIN  
NIMROD ELGAR,EDWARD  
ON BROADWAY BENSON/DRIFTERS LEIBER/MANN/STOLLER/  
REGIMENTAL HONOR MOSS,JOHN  
SINE NOMINE VAUGHAN-WILLIAMS,RA  
SPINNING WHEEL,THE BLOOD SWEAT TEARS THOMAS,DAVID CLAYTO  
STAR OF THE COUNTY DOWN,THE CELTIC FOLKSONG/HURK  
STREETS OF MADRID,THE MOSS,JOHN  
SUMMON THE HEROES WILLIAMS,JOHN  
YOU'RE A GRAND OLD FLAG COHAN,GEORGE M.  

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