Carnival of Venice (Op.78) For Flute, Clarinet, and Piano
by Giulio Briccialdi
Woodwind Duet - Digital Sheet Music

Item Number: 21561161
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Instrumental Duet,Piano Clarinet,Flute,Instrumental Duet,Piano - Level 5 - Digital Download

SKU: A0.904639

Composed by Giulio Briccialdi. Arranged by Diana McNulty (ASCAP). Multicultural,Romantic Period,World. 29 pages. Diana McNulty #5017393. Published by Diana McNulty (A0.904639).

Also known as "Il Carnivale di Venizia", this popular Italian piece is traditionally played as a virtuoso solo, however this arrangement is a duet for flute & clarinet with piano accompaniment.
The parts pass the solo between them and harmonize with each other, providing a balanced performance where both instrumentalists have a chance to demonstrate their strengths, and support each other.

The addition of a second "soloist" allows the performers to be more creative with their showmanship, and even add comedic elements to their concert with banter between the performers.

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