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Quartets For All

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Voicing/Format Flute Quartet
Composer John Bull
Arranger Stoutamire/Henderson
Publisher Belwin Mills Publishing Corp
Catalog # PROBK01427

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Quartets For All Composed by John Bull. Arranged by Stoutamire/Henderson. For Flute Quartet. Published by Belwin Mills Publishing Corp. (Catalog # PROBK01427, UPC: 029156038866)

Any combination and any number of instruments can play together in harmony. Wo odwinds, brass, strings, and mallet percussion can have fun playing in like-in strument or mixed-instrument ensembles. Quartets for All covers a wide range o f styles and music by composers from baroque through contemporary eras. Diffic ulty ranges from grades I through III. The pages are laid out in an identical manner in each book so that performers can quickly locate a point for discussi on or rehearsal. No page turning is required while playing. Quartets for All m eets the needs of classmates, friends, family, and neighbors who wish to play together for festivals, concerts or just for fun.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ANGELS WE HAVE HEARD ON HIGH TRAD. CAROL  
DEATH OF ASE, THE GRIEG  
FINLANDIA SIBELIUS  
FOLK SONG BARTOK  
GALIARDO BULL, JOHN  
HAPPY TUNE STOUTAMIRE  
MARCH GURLITT  
MARCH OF THE MEN OF HARLECH WELSH  
PRELUDE KABALEVSKY  
PROMENADE GRETCHANINOFF  
SEVENTH SYMPHONIE (THEME) BEETHOVEN  
TARANTELLA PROKOFIEV  

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