Clarinet in Bb from Promenade (Walking the Dog)

Walking the Dog

Composer
George Gershwin
Publisher
Duration
3 minutes
Genre
Jazz music

Originally written for clarinet with small orchestra as incidental music for the film `Shall we Dance` (1937) starring Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers. The music accompanies Fred and Ginger as they exercise their dogs on a ship deck somewhere in Mid-Atlantic.

Recorded by Richard Hosford (BBC Symphony) with Nash the Ensemble on Hyperion - CDA68094.

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