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ABRSM: Selected Clarinet Exam Pieces 2008-2013, Grade 7, Score, Part & CD

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Catalogue No: 9781860968624
Shop Product Code: 200068G

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Department: Wind, Brass & Band - Clarinet

Publisher: ABRSM

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This CD edition includes the printed music for nine pieces from the
ABRSM 2008-2013 Grade 7 clarinet syllabus, recordings of all pieces
in this album and several other pieces from the syllabus, and a playalong
practice track for each accompanied piece.



  • printed music for three pieces from each of Lists A, B and C

  • rich and varied repertoire from which to create an exciting programme for an exam or concert

  • helpful footnotes and syllabus information

  • CD with high-quality performances of all pieces in this album and several other pieces from the Grade 7 syllabus

  • playalong practice tracks, to help with exam preparation

  • Download a CD tracklisting

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Contents
  • Allegro: first movement from Sonata No. 2 in B flat [François Devienne]
  • Andante sostenuto: first movement from Concertino in B flat, reconstructed by Raymond Meylan [Donizetti]
  • Menuetto Capriccio and Trio: third movement from Clarinet Quintet in B flat, Op. 34 (J. 182) [Weber]
  • The Quick Brown Fox: from Compositions for Clarinet, Vol. 2 [Graham Lyons]
  • Arabesque [Germaine Tailleferre]
  • Scherzo Tarantella: first movement from Sonata Capriccioso [Eric Hughes]
  • Brazilian Walk [Rob Buckland]
  • Study in C minor: No. 26 from 32 Etudes for Clarinet [Cyrille Rose / Ferling]
  • Courante: from Suite No. 1 for Violoncello Solo BWV 1007, trans. Alamiro Giampieri [J. S. Bach]
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