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this piece was written with a mix of beginner clarinets and violin players in mind, and can be tackled by any combination of instruments.
It’s written to cover a range of abilities, so that absolute beginners can contribute to a fun piece without losing their way.
Part one is super-easy, all below the break.
Part two is a straightforward tune for players who have worked over the break into the upper register.
Part three requires a confident working knowledge of the lower register only.
If you are playing it on clarinets, I would recommend playing it in the transposed key of D - but the tonic key will also do.
The odd title is a very bad pun - the piece originally being written with a Mrs Sceats in mind, it’s "Sceat ’n Dubh" instead of Sgian Dubh": I can only apologise!
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