Three Old English Tunes (4 Clarinets)

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Now is the Month of Maying, Lavender’s Blue and John Come Kiss Me Now, arranged for four clarinets.

Ideal as a concert set for a group of students who are at slightly different levels. Parts 1 and 4 are best suited to players of around ABRSM Grade 2 – 3 standard. Part 2 was designed to provide easy-level experience of playing in the upper register, while Part 3 is well within the scope of a Grade 1 clarinet player who has good understanding of basic rhythms. If the three pieces are played as a set, each part will have a turn at the melody.

Play one to a part using the four essential (numbered) parts, or double players to perform with a larger group.

Handy cover sheet reminds teachers of the note range/difficulty of the different parts.

Score ID
Year of arrangement
Easy (Grades 1-3)
3 minutes
Quartet of Clarinets in Bb
Classroom materials and Classical music

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