Woodwind Ensemble,Woodwind Quartet Bassoon,Clarinet,Flute,Oboe - Level 4 - Digital Download
Composed by Arthur Richardson and Ross MacLean. Arranged by Kenneth Abeling. Comedy,Contemporary. 14 pages. LINCOLN MUSIC PUBLICATIONS #4323279. Published by LINCOLN MUSIC PUBLICATIONS (A0.514979).
Too Fat Polka or “She’s / He’s Too Fat for Me” Music & Lyrics by Arthur Richardson and Ross Maclean arranged for Woodwind Quartet by Kenneth Abeling. This is one of the most popular polkas of all time and suitable for many occasions especially Oktoberfest type performances. It is for the most part a moderate to perhaps moderately difficult arrangement, but some of the few solo lines might be considered a little tricky. Your ensemble director should be able to simplify these passages if necessary… The playing time is approximately: 2:50. To view and listen to this piece in its entirety as well as hundreds of other arrangements and transcriptions by Kenneth Abeling at the lowest prices available please visit www.lincolnmusicpublications.com
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