Frederick Harris Music Company Clarinet Repertoire Level 2, 2014 Edition - Book/CD

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Clarinet Repertoire Level 2, 2014 Edition - Book/CD
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Clarinet Series

Author: Royal Conservatory of Music
Format: Book and CD
Instrumentation: Clarinet (RCM)
Level: 2

This new series offers a sequenced approach to the study of clarinet from the beginner to advanced levels. With a progressive collection of Repertoire, Etudes, Recordings, Orchestral Excerpts, and Technique, the Clarinet Series, 2014 Edition provides complete support for teachers and students at every level of study. Nine progressive volumes of Repertoire expose students to a wealth of music from the earliest works for clarinet to accompanied and unaccompanied contemporary compositions. Students will explore some of the most definitive solo pieces written for clarinet, along with popular folk tunes, Klezmer melodies, Classical solos, and contemporary compositions that incorporate traditional and extended techniques.


Technical Repertoire:
  • Gigue - Georg Philipp Telemann, arr. Jason Noble
  • Bouree anglaise - George Frideric Handel, arr. Stephen Chatman
  • Computer Game - Paul Harris
  • Wolsey's Wilde - William Byrd, arr. Jason Noble
  • Mairi's Wedding (Lewis Bridal Song) - Traditional Gaelic melody, arr. Christine Donkin
  • Polka-dot Rag - Jazz standard, arr. Paul Harris
  • The King's March, T 432 - Jeremiah Clarke, arr. Jason Noble

Lyrical Repertoire:
  • Austrian Hymn (Gott erhalte Franz den Kaiser), Hob. XXVIa: 43 - Franz Joseph Haydn, arr. Jason Noble
  • The Huron Carol - 16th-century French, arr. Martin van de Ven
  • Air, from The Double Dealer - Henry Purcell, arr. James Rae
  • Rverie - Claude Debussy, arr. Jason Noble
  • Ode to Newfoundland - Hubert Parry, arr. Christine Donkin
  • Londonderry Air - Irish folk song, arr. Harold Birston
  • Tumbalalaika - Jewish folk song, arr. Martin van de Ven and Christine Donkin

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