Clarinet in Bb 1 from Progress of Wenceslas, The- for concert band

Composer
Duration
5 minutes
Genre
Classical music

THE PROGRESS OF WENCESLAS- for concert band- THE PROGRESS OF WENCELAS tells a story of a king going on a journey, braving harsh winter weather to give comfort to a poor man and his family on the day after Christmas. At one point, he and his servant are about to give up the struggle against the cold weather, but continue the trek step by step, through the deep winter snow. This piece is a setting of that journey which takes the melody of the popular Christmas carol GOOD KING WENCESLAS and transforms it. It is for concert band and wintery percussion. Level 5.

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