Edelweiss
by Richard Rodgers
Woodwind Ensemble - Digital Sheet Music

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Woodwind Ensemble Bass Clarinet - Level 3 - Digital Download

SKU: A0.513786

Composed by Richard Rodgers. Arranged by Kenneth Abeling. Broadway,Film/TV,Musical/Show. 12 pages. LINCOLN MUSIC PUBLICATIONS #2853105. Published by LINCOLN MUSIC PUBLICATIONS (A0.513786).

“Edelweiss” arranged here for Clarinet Quartet. This is an intermediate level arrangement of Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein lovely melody from “The Sound of Music”. This song and arrangement are very suitable to Oktoberfest and similar performances. For hundreds of other arrangements and transcriptions by Kenneth Abeling please visit: www.lincolnmusicpublications.com Playing time: 2:15  Preview this score on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DgCXi5zSC-I 

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