Jerusalem for Clarinet Choir (And Did Those Feet In Ancient Times)

C.Hubert Parry
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An arrangement of Parry’s moving ’’Jerusalem’’ for Clarinet Choir, the Contrabass part is optional.

Score ID
C.Hubert Parry
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
1 minute
Clarinet choir
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