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Festival Performance Solos - Volume 1 (Clarinet)

Clarinet, Vol. 1

Clarinet solo
Clarinet, Vol. 1. Carl Fischer Festival Performance Solos. Classical. Clarinet solo book. Standard notation. 16 pages. Published by Carl Fischer (CF.O5513).

Item Number: CF.O5513
ISBN 0825842212. With standard notation. Classical. 9x12 inches.

Contains these pieces and more!

About Carl Fischer Festival Performance Solos

The Carl Fischer catalog is a treasure trove of solos for all the major band and orchestral instruments. Many of these titles have gained the special recognition that being selected for a state required music list or festival list confers on a piece of music. We are pleased to offer these new collections for Flute, Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Trumpet, Trombone and Violin. Each instrument is provided with two volumes of solos progressively arranged to challenge the student as he or she develops as a player. Selected and compiled by Andrew Balent, each of the pieces included in these books is contained on one or more state contest list and many have been difficult to obtain. Piano accompaniments for all the solos in each volume are provided in a separate book for each instrument. Getting the solos your customers have been asking for just became as easy as checking the contents of the books in Carl Fischer's Festival Performance Solos series.

  • Mount Vernon Menuet  Composed by Gustave Langenus
  • Concertino  Composed by Stuart
  • Nocturnal Serenade  Composed by Morra
  • Chrysalis  Composed by Gustave Langenus
  • Song to the Evening Star  From Tannhauser, Composed by Richard Wagner
  • Spanish Dance  Op. 12, No. 1, Composed by Moritz Moszkowski

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  • May 18, 2013 Festival Performance Solos - Volume 1 (Clarinet)

    Most tunes are middle school/high school level with a couple of challenging pieces thrown in. I was looking for more advanced pieces so I rated it a little low, but highschoolers could get a lot of use out of it.

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