Magyar Kepek
by Bela Bartok
Woodwind Ensemble - Digital Sheet Music

Item Number: 21322956
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Magyar Kepek
by Bela Bartok
Woodwind Ensemble - Digital Sheet Music

Item Number: 21322956
3.5 out of 5 Customer Rating
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Woodwind Ensemble Bass Clarinet,E-Flat Clarinet - Level 5 - Digital Download

SKU: A0.582047

Composed by Bela Bartok. Arranged by John Gibson. Contemporary. 51 pages. JB Linear #4634841. Published by JB Linear (A0.582047).

Bartok's Magyar Kepek, 1931 (Hungarian Pictures) set by John Gibson for clarinet quintet or choir.  This setting is of 3 movements of the complete piece originally for orchestra: An Evening in the Village, Melody, and Swineherd's Dance. These all sound like authentic folk songs, although only the Swineherd's Dance actually uses folk song material. It is set for clarinet quintet ( Bb clarinet 1-3, alto clarinet, and bass clarinet), with an alternate 4th Bb part if there is no alto). It may also be played by a clarinet choir.

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