The Wild Things!

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Everyone wants to be Where the Wild Things Are, and Maurice Sendak's children's book of that name has become a classic. The performing rights are owned by Universal Films who won't respond to my requests to add Maurice Sendak's words to this score, so I have omitted them and the original titles of the pieces, which were quotations. I shall also refrain from paraphrasing Mr Sendak's plot. This piece has been performed in schools in Tain and at Inverness Music Festival. The children loved it, joining in with the stomp with gusto. The piece is also available in the original version for piano solo, and for piano and cello, and for 2 bassoons (a good bit harder), so if you would like any of these or the parts, please get in touch. NMB.


Score ID
47240
Composer
Year of composition
2002
Lyricist
none
Difficulty
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
Duration
10 minutes
Instrumentation
Wind quartet
Genre
Other
Licensing

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