Theme From The Simpsons TM from the Twentieth Century Fox Television Series THE SIMPSONS
by Danny Elfman
Clarinet Quartet - Digital Sheet Music

Item Number: 21202923
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Theme From The Simpsons TM from the Twentieth Century Fox Television Series THE SIMPSONS
by Danny Elfman
Clarinet Quartet - Digital Sheet Music

Item Number: 21202923
3.6 out of 5 Customer Rating
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Clarinet Quartet,Woodwind Ensemble - Level 3 - Digital Download

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Composed by Danny Elfman. Arranged by Juan A. Perez. Film/TV. 8 pages. Juan A. Perez #4370218. Published by Juan A. Perez (A0.752123).

Main theme from the Twentieth Century Fox "The Simpsons", composed by Danny Elfman. The theme won the National Music Award for "Favorite TV Theme" in 2002, and has won the BMI TV Music Award in 1996, 1998, and 2003. In 1990, the theme was nominated for the Emmy for "Outstanding Achievement in Main Title Theme Music".

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