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Samba..alla Turca! has proved to be very popular, in a number of different arrangements.
Over the years, it has spawned different versions - some fairly conventional in instrumental, others somewhat more challenging. A lot of these different versions have come about from email requests around the world, and others just as a perceived need for this or that popular combination.
I noticed that I haven't actually made an arrangement for Woodwind Trio, and which is quite a popular ensemble, so have made one specifically for Flute / Clarinet / Bassoon.
However, I have also seen trios where the top part is replaced by Oboe, so in this present arrangement, the top part is playable either by Flute or Oboe. In the present piece, this was even achievable without altering a single note, essentially because their playing-ranges are not that dissimilar.
As with all my arrangement of Samba..alla Turca! there are little bits which make it original, and, of course, the challenge of writing effective ’tune’, ’harmony’ and ’bass-line’ is always greater where just three instruments are used.
If there’s any other combination, or instrumental switch you’d like, just email, and I’ll always see if something is viable!
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