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Two scenes from Carnaval des Animaux
Piano Accompaniment, Xylophone, Mallet Solo, Glocken Solo - Intermediate - Digital Download
Composed by C.Saint-Saens. Arranged by Tsuyoshi Yoroiguma. Romantic Period, Repertoire, European, Children's Music. Score, Set of Parts. 12 pages. Published by Tsuyoshi Yoroiguma (S0.618539).
Item Number: S0.618539
Carnaval des Animaux (The Carnival of the Animals) is well known as masterpiece of French music by Saint-Saens. This arragement contains two scenes : Aquarium and Fossiles.
Mallet player puts Glocken and Xylophone nearby.The soloist plays both instruments with same ebonite (or plastic) mallets.
This is good choice for concert and contest.
PDF file includes 8 pages of score and 4 pages of solo part.
Playing time is 3 min 15 sec.
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