Treble transposed part from Reflections. (4tet of same insts)

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A lifetime ago I had a group who called themselves 'Reflections' and this piece was dedicated to them, they were my first school group and this brings back dim memories of my early teaching days and the first competitive music festival they won with it. I have shaken the dust from the pages and have given it an airing. It is a relatively easy piece for 12 year olds. As with all group work this is useful for developing raport between players. Transposed Sop/Treb parts are included for the as yet non-sop/treb players to have a go. See my home page for others:- Thanks

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Modern classical music

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