Instrumental Duet Cello,Instrumental Duet,Violin - Level 3 - Digital Download
By Peabo Bryson And Regina Belle. By Alan Menken. Arranged by David McKeown. Broadway,Film/TV,Musical/Show,Pop. Score and parts. 5 pages. David McKeown #3042179. Published by David McKeown (A0.587059).
A Whole New World is the theme from the Disney animated movie, Aladdin, released in 1992. It won Best Song at both the Oscars and the Grammies and the end-credit version by Peabo Bryson and Regina Belle remains the only song from a Disney movie to reach No1 on the US Billboard charts. This version is arranged as a duet for one Violin and one Cello.
Musicians at an intermediate level will find this a fun addition to formal and informal concert performances, with both parts enjoying melodic interest. The overall performance time is around three minutes. The recorded sample is from the Clarinet and Alto Saxophone version of this duet. The complete YouTube performance is the clarinet version.
Teachers will enjoy using this arrangement as a fun way to help with ensemble skills and expressive playing. Students will enjoy the challenge of some syncopated rhythms and the key change.
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