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Woodland Sketches Op.51 Nos I,III & IV for wind quintet

By Edward MacDowell

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Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon, Woodwind Quintet, Woodwind Ensemble, Horn in F - Intermediate
Composed by Edward MacDowell (1861-1908). Arranged by Ray Thompson. 20th Century, Wedding, Birthday. , Score, Set of Parts. Published by RayThompsonMusic (S0.17515).

Item Number: S0.17515

Edward MacDowell was an American composer and pianist of the Romantic period. He was best known for his second piano concerto and his piano suites Woodland Sketches, Sea Pieces, and New England Idylls. Woodland Sketches includes his most popular short piece, To a Wild Rose. This short compilation of 3 pieces from that suite includes I.To a Wild Rose,III. At an old Trysting Place and IV. In Autumn. The clarinet part uses Clarinet in A for Nos. I and IV, so I have also included a separate Clarinet in Bb part (for all 3 pieces) for those clarinettists who don't possess an A Clarinet.

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