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The score calls for 2 flutes, 2 oboes, 2 clarinets, 2 bassoons, 4 horns, 2 trumpets, timpani, and strings. There is a lick in this overture that used to be on every orchestral audition list. Liszt: Hungarian Rhapsody No. The herald angels sing Festive introduction. Hes awesome works it so much, but it is wonderful. Jazz Big band Jazz combo Jazz quartet Jazz trio. Slow and beautiful, this transcription is easy to piece together.
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It is tricky. This a real charmer and lots of fun. Another operatic beauty. Introduction has a lot of high notes and will be good for working on tuning and balance. Simple and gorgeous. Certain composers are really good for transcribing — Mozart, Debussy and Ravel. There is some fierce tonguing for horn and flute, but not unlike what is found in the orchestral version.
There is a lot of playing but the end result is rather nice. I took my clarinet choir arrangement and adapted it for woodwind quintet. Flute doubles on piccolo and clarinet switches between Bb and A. It is very sweet and accessible. Starts with the horn solo.
Lovely little piece. Not too tough for quintet, but the horn is high. My students loved playing this piece on their band concert every year. Taken directly from the composer's holiday work for orchestra, all of your favorite carols somehow make it into the piece. Tricky Eb part towards the end. Crowd favorite. When a clarinet choir is playing well in tune it often sounds like a pipe organ. So, why not transcribe the most-famous organ piece? Some very tricky moments in the Toccata section, especially for Eb, first and second clarinets.
Opening can be tricky for the conductor as well. Once the fugue starts it is smoother sailing. I wrote this back in undergrad circa I played in my professor's clarinet choir weekly and we often played arrangements of his or of the upperclassmen. This I wrote because the school orchestra had just performed it and the English horn had the equivalent of a wardrobe malfunction.
It was not pretty. My teacher looked through my scribblings and advised that I should transpose to an easier key for the clarinet. I didn't want to because I liked the way it sounded in the original key. So, it sat in a box with a heap of other transcriptions for a very long time. I finally listened to my teacher and transposed the key as I did with many of my other charts and it is very playable now.
Thank you, Henry Larsen. I am surprised at how easily this piece was available for clarinet choir. Everything rests in good ranges for the horns and still sounds really nice. A couple of challenging sections but mostly accessible to a lot of groups. When I was a student, I heard my clarinet hero, Harold Wright play an arrangement of this on a recital. Wright's playing was simple and elegant and I think perfect for Debussy. This works so well for a clarinet ensemble. Debussy's works transcribe very well for clarinet choir.
This chart is full of color and rubato. While not very difficult it is elegant and simple. This transcription features the contra player in your ensemble and is possible to be played on both Eb and Bb Contra. Good parts for all. Of all the Pomp and Circumstance marches I enjoy this best. The theme in the middle section is so regal and very British and I think this was played at Princess Diana's wedding.
This transcription is a lot of fun and requires strong, independent playing by all participants. There are a few very tricky scale passages for the Bb clarinets and some tuning issues for the Eb soprano. Great opener and crowd pleaser.
Excellent choice for those October and Halloween concerts. This version is the complete work as written by Gounod. Often times we just hear the introduction, main theme and coda. This transcription is of the entire piece, including a very short fugue after the main theme.
Kreisler wrote some marvelous show pieces for the violin. I used to hear Juilliard Pre-College kids practicing this all the time when I was on the faculty. Well, this is a tough one, but I so enjoy a good challenge!! This one was really hard to notate and it would be helpful if those playing were familiar with recordings of the piece.
There should be a lot of rubato when the main theme is being played. I edited it to make it more accessible but have not shortened it. Beautiful to listen to and satisfying to play. A lot of doubling and octaves, so good intonation must be worked on in this chart. Eb ends on a high E. Transcribed from the composer's original work for solo piano, this piece is a perfect finale to any clarinet choir concert. There is one small challenging section toward the end for the Eb and Bb clarinets, otherwise a very straight-forward piece. This transcription was written from the original piano solo, all major movements plus corresponding promenades.
I must admit this was really an academic project at first. I thought, why not write this out for clarinet choir? It is very difficult and challenging, but the music is so fantastic that I think it is worth the effort. Feel free to play just a few movements or create a suite. Oh, did I mention that it is quite difficult and challenging?
Good luck! Scored for Solo Bb Clarinet with choir accompaniment, the solo part is taken directly from the aria. Wonderful opportunity to feature a clarinet soloist. This is the longer of the two arias sung by the Queen of the Night. This lovely overture works very well for clarinet choir. Independent playing by everyone will make this piece successful.
Tricky tuning in sustained chords. This is an absolutely charming little piece and a great way to open the second half of a concert. French marches are slightly faster than American marches, so please keep that in mind when rehearsing this piece. Eb very exposed in third octave. This transcription was requested by a friend and is the complete ballet from the opera.
Eb clarinet parts are challenging and delicate at times, but mostly this is tons of fun. Taken from the composer's set of children's piano pieces, this set is comprised of 12 movements. A couple of the faster movements are rather tricky, technically speaking, but the majority of the pieces are lovely and approachable and full of Prokofieff's rich harmonies. Great composer. Played a band transcription of this when I was a student. Lots of fun and very haunting.
B section has a few notes for the upper clarinets. This was the first "ambitious" transcription I created and my high school choir loved it! Taken from the piano four-hand version by the composer, there are some extremely delicate and tricky writings for all voices. The Conversation between Beauty and the Beast creates a lovely duet for Bb clarinet and Contra and the pagoda movement has a very exposed part for the Eb clarinet.
At first I thought this might be impossible to transcribe, but after a few hours realized that a lot of the non-bombastic sections are really like chamber music. All of the parts are challenging but I feel worth the trouble. Eb, 1st, 2nd and 3rd all play in the third octave at times. Challenging contra part. There are a couple of crazy key signatures, but the passages are mostly chromatic. At the end, the bird references should be played ad libitum, out of time.
More than just the theme from the Lone Ranger, this overture has everything including beautiful melodies, storm scene, pastoral section and the famous tune at the end.