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This piece is made for young musicians that have been playing their instrument for a couple of years. It’s part of a suite of six pieces that will constitute a small concert or performance where all instruments get some central position in each number. It’s hopefully not too difficult to play and fun to learn. Instruments used are woodwinds (alto saxophone, flute and Bb Clarinet), brass (trumpet, horn in F and trombone), percussion, drums, electric bass and electric guitar. There are both notes and tabs for the string instruments. Each piece is written in order to make it important to listen to eachother and every instrument has a central role in some part of every piece. A suggested order to play the pieces are: Another beginning, Another one chews gravel, Another start, Another Store, Another Five and Another End.
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