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Lullaby - For Orff Ensemble

Composer
J. Brahms Arr. Yvonne Johnson
Year of composition
1868
Arranger
Year of arrangement
2015
Difficulty
Easy (Grades 1-3)
Duration
1 minute
Genre
Classroom materials and Classical music
Instrumentation
Orff ensemble
Instrumental parts
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A gentle arrangement of this lovely and well known lullaby, using only the melodic Orff instruments. Alto Met follows the Sop Glock melody throughout with some slight variations in the repeat. Alto Glock provides the harmony and Bass Xyl provides the rocking ’clock like’ rhythm. Glissandi should be played slowly and softly. Marimba could be used instead of the Bass Xyl if preferred.

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