Lo! How a Rose E'er Blooming (Bassoon Trio)
by Traditional
Woodwind Trio - Digital Sheet Music

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Woodwind Ensemble,Woodwind Trio Bassoon - Level 4 - Digital Download

SKU: A0.1187353

Composed by Traditional. Arranged by Roger Wallace. Baroque,Christmas,Sacred. 20 pages. Roger Wallace #787000. Published by Roger Wallace (A0.1187353).

Trombone Trio. The melody of this hymn (in chorale style) is introduced in the first verse. The second verse includes a counter melody woven by the bass voice. The third verse features antiphonal lines accompanying the melody played by the bass voice.

Can also be played by Baritone/Euphonium/Tuba or mixed Low Brass Trio.

Also playable by Bassoon Trio.

Set includes Bass and Treble Clef parts as follows:

Part 1: Trombone BC, Trombone TC
Part 2: Trombone BC, Trombone TC, E-flat Bass
Part 3: Trombone BC, E-flat Bass, B-flat Bass

This arrangement is also available for many other ensembles and soloists.

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