Quit Kicking My Dog Around and Other Great Music about Dogs for Clarinet Choir
Clarinet, Eb Soprano Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, Alto Clarinet, Contrabass Clarinet - Intermediate
Composed by Pryor, Satie, Brooks, Vivaldi, Klickmann, and Perkins. Arranged by John Gibson. Baroque Period, Folk Music, 20th Century. Set of Parts, Score. 95 pages. JB Linear #ens0269CC. Published by JB Linear (S0.14254).
Item Number: S0.14254
This group is a setting for clarinet choir by John Gibson of 6 pieces about dogs: The Whistler and His Dog by Pryor (1905), Genuine Flabby Preludes for a Dog by Erik Satie (1912), Walkin the Dog by Brooks (1916), Largo from Spring from The Seasons by Vivaldi (1723), Bow-Wow 1 Step by Klickmann (1916), and They Gotta Quit Kickin My Dog Aroun by Perkins (1912). For Eb Soprano, 3 Bb Clarinets, Alto Clarinet, Bass, and Contrabass Clarinet (BBb). There is an alternate Bb part to substitute for the alto if missing. The sample audio was all recorded by John Gibson.
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