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Polka and Fugue from Schwanda, the Bagpiper

Score and Parts

By Jaromir Weinberger

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Concert Band - Grade 4-5
Score and Parts. Composed by Jaromir Weinberger (1886-1967). Arranged by Glenn Cliffe Bainum. Score and full set of parts.. Hal Leonard Concert Band Series. Grade 4.. Published by G. Schirmer (HL.50243770).

Item Number: HL.50243770

Transcribed for band by Glenn Cliffe Bainum. Grades 4-5.

1 - CONDENSED SCORE 20 pages

1 - 3RD FLUTE & PICCOLO 4 pages

2 - 1ST FLUTE 4 pages

2 - 2ND FLUTE 4 pages

1 - 1ST OBOE 4 pages

1 - 2ND OBOE 4 pages

1 - CONTRA BASSOON 3 pages

1 - 1ST BASSOON 4 pages

1 - 2ND BASSOON 4 pages

3 - 1ST BB CLARINET 4 pages

3 - 2ND BB CLARINET 4 pages

3 - 3RD BB CLARINET 4 pages

3 - 4TH BB CLARINET 4 pages

1 - EB ALTO CLARINET 4 pages

1 - BB BASS CLARINET 3 pages

1 - BB CONTRA BASS CLARINET 3 pages

2 - EB CONTRA BASS CLARINET 4 pages

1 - BB SOPRANO SAX 4 pages

1 - EB ALTO SAX 4 pages

1 - BB TENOR SAX 4 pages

1 - EB BARITONE SAX 3 pages

1 - BB BASS SAX 3 pages

1 - BB TRUMPET 1 3 pages

1 - BB TRUMPET 2 3 pages

4 - BB HERALD TRUMPETS 1 page

3 - 1ST BB CORNET 1 3 pages

3 - 2ND BB CORNET 2 3 pages

1 - 1ST F HORN 3 pages

1 - 2ND F HORN 3 pages

1 - 3RD F HORN 3 pages

1 - 4TH F HORN 3 pages

2 - FLUGELHORN 3 pages

2 - 1ST TROMBONE 3 pages

1 - 2ND TROMBONE 3 pages

1 - 3RD TROMBONE 3 pages

1 - BARITONE B.C. 3 pages

1 - BARITONE T.C. 4 pages

6 - BASSES 3 pages

2 - SNARE DRUM, TRIANGLE 3 pages

2 - BASS DRUM & CYMBALS 2 pages

1 - TIMPANI 2 pages

1 - CHIMES 2 pages

1 - ORGAN 2 pages

1 - HARP 2 pages

1 - STRING BASS 3 pages

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  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 5

    Location:
    North Carolina
    Difficulty Level:
    Advanced
  • December 16, 2001 absolutely awesome...

    My High School wind ensemble is playing this piece for contest this year (2001). I play bass clarinet, and this is by far the most complicated I've seen so far. The range isn't particularly a problem (the highest is a G above the staff and the lowest is...

    the E below); but the rythems (which are almost exclusively in 16th notes) posed a problem at first. The first page (Polka) is a very light and entertaining piece that is not near as complicated as the latter part of the piece. The second and third pages (Fugue) is a rhythmical chaos and tonal blur as absolutely EVEYONE in the band has the melody at some point. The melodic variations switch from key to key as the piece progresses. The first to have the melody are the clarinets, followed by the bassoons, and then the bass clarinets and others in an extremely confusing and illogical sequence that in some unknown way works.

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