The Flapper’s Ball: Bass Clarinet & Piano (1920s-style)
Bass Clarinet & Piano
Jolly up your repertoire with this lively 1920s Charleston style piece for bass clarinet and piano. It’s not too difficult to play (intermediate level) and at just over two minutes long makes for a snappy concert piece. It’s suitable, too, for educational use.
Originally composed for production music, it’s been used many times for TV and other media.
After the piano introduction the bass clarinet plays the melody at ‘A’ along with the piano. After the first time through the piano returns to the intro at ‘B’ but this time with a few flourishes from the bass clarinet. At ‘C’ the bass clarinet departs from the main melody and plays a written solo before returning to the melody for the middle eight. That’s followed by more solo playing until the last few bars.
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