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 Clarinet Choir Pieces
Author: JEff 
Date:   1999-09-09 01:47

Does anyone have any suggestions for any fairly difficult clarinet choir pieces?


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 RE: Clarinet Choir Pieces
Author: LJClarinetGuy 
Date:   1999-09-09 05:45

Well, I was in a 10 piece clarinet choir last year, and we played Italian in Algiers. I don't know if it's one of the hardest things made for all the parts, but taken at a good tempo, it sounds nice (we got a "I" at State Solo & Ensemble). Hope this helps, if I get anymore ensemble music from my teacher I'll let you know.

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 RE: Clarinet Choir Pieces
Author: Kontragirl 
Date:   1999-09-09 13:49

Who all do you need parts for?

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