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Clarinet - Intermediate
Composed by Franz Liszt (1811-1886). Arranged by John Gibson. Christian, Christmas, Romantic Period. Set of Parts, Score. 98 pages. JB Linear #CHR0102. Published by JB Linear (S0.6869).
Item Number: S0.6869
Franz Liszt (1811 - 1886) was a hungarian pianist and influential composer. He wrote "Weichnauchtsbaum" (Christmas Tree) in 1881 for his grandaugher, Daniela. Although made for this purpose, Liszt wrote music that was varied, interesting, and focused on the family activitives found around the Christmas Tree. For clarinet quartet (3 Bb sopranos, 1 bass, with alternate Eb alto for the 3rd part)This clarinet quartet sheet music includes score and parts. Songs are:1.An Old Christmas Carol (Psalitte)2.The Shepherds at the Manger (In dulce jubilo) 3.Adeste Fideles (March of the three Magi) 4.Scherzoso (Lighting the candles on the tree) 5.Evening Bells 6.Old Provencal Christmas Carol - .
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