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Flex-Ability Classics -- Solo-Duet-Trio-Quartet with Optional Accompaniment

Oboe/Guitar/Piano/Electric Bass

By Victor Lopez

Oboe/Guitar/Piano/Electric Bass
Oboe/Guitar/Piano/Electric Bass. Arranged by Victor Lopez. Masterworks; Mixed Instruments - Flexible Instrumentation. Flex-Ability Series. Masterwork Arrangement. Book. 24 pages. Published by Belwin Music (AP.32691).

Item Number: AP.32691

ISBN 0739060309. Masterwork Arrangement.

The Flex-Ability series is ideal for solos, duets, trios, quartets, or any size ensembles, including woodwinds, brass, strings and percussion. Players of various abilities, levels 1--3, can play together. An optional play-along CD is available separately. The 11 "classical" themes come from opera, symphony, piano and lute compositions, but are arranged in rock, jazz, swing and other contemporary styles. Here is a fun way to learn about these classics. Composer biographies and program notes are included.

Titles: Overture from the Opera The Barber of Seville * Bourée from Lute Suite No. 1 * Habañera from the Opera Carmen * Theme from Hungarian Dance No. 5 * Minuet from Anna Magdalena Bach Notebook * Theme from The New World Symphony * Ode to Joy from Symphony No. 9 * Theme from Pomp and Circumstance * Prince of Denmark's March * Toreador from the Opera Carmen * Overture from the Opera William Tell.
Recorded Acc. Available.

  • Overture from the opera The Barber of Seville 
  • Bouree from Lute Suite no. 1 
  • Habanera from the opera Carmen 
  • Theme from Hungarian Dance No. 5 
  • Minuet from Anna Magdalena Bach Notebook 
  • Theme from the New World Symphony 
  • Ode To Joy From Symphony No. 9 
  • Theme from Pomp and Circumstance 
  • Prince Of Denmark's March 
  • Toreador from the opera Carmen 
  • Overture from the opera William Tell 
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  • 5

    Grand Rapids, Mich
    Difficulty Level:
    Early intermediate
  • August 07, 2012 Good choice for flexible group

    Stumbled across this series when my friend the horn player brought them to rehearsal. We have formed an instrumental group for church, intending to perform at services several times a year. Folks merge in and out, and it's become clear that the concert or school band repertoire will not...

    work for us. For our most recent outing, we had: 3 violins, one each alto, trombone, horn, clarinet, tuba, and piano. No percussion, no trumpets. This time it was all adults; a couple of years back, we had several youth. These books are perfect for this sort of group, since there are only four parts. We can trade off or double up.

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