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Each year, when teaching Beginning Band, Elementary Band, Youth Band or Junior Band in a school environment, you have a different number of students with various levels of playing ability. With this easy woodwind ensemble piece, you can group woodwinds based on available instrumentation and the playing ability of each student. Golden can be played as a woodwind quartet, as an ensemble of like woodwind instruments - flute quartet, clarinet quartet, oboe quartet, bassoon quartet, saxophone quartet - or any combination of woodwind instruments. See the teacher notes on the score for more information on the use of this piece in schools. Note: The original purchaser of one (1) copy of the score and all parts for Golden for woodwind ensemble is granted permission to make additional copies of the Golden for woodwind ensemble parts for use by the original purchaser's ensemble.
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