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Hi, I did promise to provide a full band arrangement of TRELEX. Here it is. (Please feel free to check out the original Trelex score to find out the why and background to the composition and the title). The clarinet line could be covered by another alto sax .. . almost, or certainly by soprano sax. The guitar could be covered by Flute or aggressive violin with a bit of fiddling (no pun intended). The extra percussion parts are a central part of the score and could be covered by Tpt3 Cl2 etc players in your lineup. - Fretless bass would be good but not essential. If you like the work - please feel free to vote …of course you could always buy….. regards….jeff p.s. just found some accidentals missing and wrong notes in last section due to the fact that I transposed the score before posting but somehow 'stuffed up' a couple of little details - mp3 is up to date
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