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Here are 10 exciting new and original duets in a rock style. If you play grade 4 standard and upwards you will be ready to enjoy these pieces. They are in a variety of rock styles from heavy rock and shuffle to reggae and all stops in between, with each duet setting a new challenge. 10 Jazzy Duets for Flute are original compositions by Dave McKeown. If you play to an intermediate standard and upwards, then you and your audience will really enjoy these pieces. They are in a variety of styles from rock to gospel to swing, and each duet sets a new rhythmic challenge. The brief sample recording is of three duets from the collection played on Clarinet, Flute and Saxophone.
10 Jazzy Duets for Flute are
fully compatible with the other Brass, Woodwind and String volumes in the series…great for mixed ensembles. perfect for concert performances large and small fully articulated to help develop that sense of jazz style. great for helping with jazz rhythms. road tested with scores of students. fun to play. great as stand-alone pieces without the second part.
10 Rock Duets for Violin
- fully compatible with the other instrumental volumes in the series…great for mixed ensembles.
- fully articulated to help develop that accented sense of rock style.
- great for helping with syncopated rhythms.
- road tested with scores of students.
- fun to play.
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