Chamber Music Clarinet
SKU: CF.WF135 Clarinet Solo and Play-Along Orchestrations
. Composed by Bernard de la Monnoye, English Carol, Felix Bartholdy Mendelssohn, Franz Xaver Gruber, French carol, George Frideric Handel, James Murray, John Hopkins, John Wade, Lewis Redner, Richard Storrs Willis, and Welsh Carol. Arranged by Sean O'Loughlin. SWS. Christmas and Holiday. Collection. With Standard notation. 32 pages. Carl Fischer Music #WF135. Published by Carl Fischer Music (CF.WF135).
ISBN 9780825890383. UPC: 798408090388. 9 x 12 inches.
For those tired of all the Christmas solo books and are searchingfor something more sophisticated, 14 Advanced ChristmasFavorites is the answer. Arranger Sean O’Loughlin has createda volume of distinctive and elegant arrangements of 14 classicChristmas carols for the more advanced player. All are fullyorchestrated with downloadable audio recordings that willenhance every performance, especially in church or in concert.It is a unique collection that is both challenging and satisfying toyour musical needs. You won’t want to be without this specialnew product this holiday season.
Advanced Christmas Favorites is a unique collection of new and creativearrangements for the accomplished performer. Whether it is being the featuredsoloist at a sacred service or performing for family and friends at home, this collectionis sure to be a crowd pleaser in any situation. The selection of songs includesa variety of exciting, fast paced settings as well as soft and tender treatments.There are even hints of classical pieces sprinkled into the texture here and there.In drawing from my experience of orchestrating for some of the country’s leadingprofessional orchestras, I brought a truly symphonic approach to these traditionalholiday favorites. To that end, this collection also features high-quality, play-a-longrecordings created by Carl Rydlund, a colleague of mine who works extensively asan orchestrator on major motion pictures in Hollywood. Select your own Christmasfavorite and get ready to make your orchestral debut at Symphony Hall!