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Traditional: Amazing Grace: Clarinet: F major

instrumentAmazing Grace was originally an Appalachian folk tune known as New Britain, but became famous after the words of Amazing Grace were set to it. Arranged as a duo for Clarinet and Piano, with embellishments. F major. About 1 minute, 40 secs.
Arrangement: Difficulty 4 out of 9

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Traditional: Amazing Grace: Clarinet: G major

instrumentAmazing Grace was originally an Appalachian folk tune known as New Britain, but became famous after the words of Amazing Grace were set to it. Arranged for Clarinet and Piano, with embellishments. G major. About 1 minute, 40 secs.
Arrangement: Difficulty 4 out of 9

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Traditional: Danny Boy: I Cannot Tell: Londonderry Air: 2 Clarinets

instrumentLondonderry Air, also known as Danny Boy, and I Cannot Tell. The melody existed before any of the words known to us today, and has been recorded by many illustrious singers. Arranged for Clarinet Duo.
Arrangement: Difficulty 5 out of 9

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Traditional: Danny Boy: I Cannot Tell: Londonderry Air: Clarinet and Piano

instrumentLondonderry Air, also known as Danny Boy, and I Cannot Tell. The melody existed before any of the words known to us today, and has been recorded by many illustrious singers. Arranged for Clarinet and Piano.
Arrangement: Difficulty 5 out of 9

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Traditional: Danny Boy: I Cannot Tell: Londonderry Air: Clarinet, Guitar

instrumentLondonderry Air, also known as Danny Boy, and I Cannot Tell. The melody existed before any of the words known to us today, and has been recorded by many illustrious singers. Arranged for Clarinet and Guitar duo.
Arrangement: Difficulty 5 out of 9

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Traditional: Greensleeves: Clarinet

instrumentGreensleeves arrangedfor Clarinet and Piano, in the key of G minor. The original music is said by some to be written by Henry VIII who was besotted by Anne Boleyn, however historians don't consider this possible, as the style of music was not introduced until after his death.
Arrangement: Difficulty 6 out of 9

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Traditional: Greensleeves: Clarinet, Guitar

instrumentGreensleeves arranged for Clarinet and Guitar duo. The original music is said by some to be written by Henry VIII who was besotted by Anne Boleyn, however historians don't consider this possible, as the style of music was not introduced until after his death.
Arrangement: Difficulty 4 out of 9

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Traditional: Spanish Romance: Clarinet: A minor

instrumentRomanza Espanol, or Spanish Romance, a beautiful and well known guitar piece arranged as a duo for Clarinet and Piano. Clarinet plays in A minor and major.
Arrangement: Difficulty 3 out of 9

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Traditional: Spanish Romance: Clarinet: G minor

instrumentRomanza Espanol, or Spanish Romance, a beautiful and well known guitar piece arranged as a duo for Clarinet and Piano. Clarinet plays in G minor and major.
Arrangement: Difficulty 3 out of 9

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Traditional: Amazing Grace: Clarinet 4: 5 mins

instrumentAmazing Grace was originally an Appalachian folk tune known as New Britain, but became famous after the words of Amazing Grace were set to it. Arranged as a quartet for Eb Clarinet, 2 Bb Clarinets and Bass Clarinet. Variations, no words, about 5 minutes.
Arrangement: Difficulty 6 out of 9

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Traditional: Amazing Grace: Clarinet Ensemble

instrumentAmazing Grace was originally an Appalachian folk tune known as New Britain, but became famous after the words of Amazing Grace were set to it. Arranged as a quartet for 3 Clarinets and Bass Clarinet. About 1 minute, 40 secs.
Arrangement: Difficulty 7 out of 9

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Traditional: Danny Boy: I Cannot Tell: Londonderry Air: 4 Cls, Bass Cl

instrumentLondonderry Air, also known as Danny Boy, and I Cannot Tell. The melody existed before any of the words known to us today, and has been recorded by many illustrious singers. Arranged for Clarinet choir: 4 Clarinets and Bass Clarinet.
Arrangement: Difficulty 6 out of 9

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Traditional: Danny Boy: I Cannot Tell: Londonderry Air: Clarinet Choir

instrumentLondonderry Air, also known as Danny Boy, and I Cannot Tell. The melody existed before any of the words known to us today, and has been recorded by many illustrious singers. Arranged for Eb Clarinet, 3 Bb Clarinets, Alto and Bass Clarinets. Concert Bb.
Arrangement: Difficulty 6 out of 9

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Traditional: Danny Boy: I Cannot Tell: Londonderry Air: Clarinet Quartet

instrumentLondonderry Air, also known as Danny Boy, and I Cannot Tell. The melody existed before any of the words known to us today, and has been recorded by many illustrious singers. Arranged for Clarinet choir: 4 Clarinets and Bass Clarinet: Ab
Arrangement: Difficulty 6 out of 9

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Traditional: Danny Boy: I Cannot Tell: Londonderry Air: Clarinet sextet

instrumentLondonderry Air, also known as Danny Boy, and I Cannot Tell. The melody existed before any of the words known to us today, and has been recorded by many illustrious singers. Arranged for Eb clarinet, 3 Bb clarinets, Alto Clarinet and Bass clarinet. Concert C ma.
Arrangement: Difficulty 5 out of 9

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Traditional: My Dame Hath a Lame Tame Crane: 4 Voices or 4 Clarinets

instrumentMy Dame Hath a Lame Tame Crane: a round which is also a brilliantly difficult tongue twister for 4 Voices, or 4 Clarinets, including conductor score in concert pitch.
Original: Difficulty 4 out of 9

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Traditional: Shenandoah: Clarinet Quartet

instrumentShenandoah could have been a song of a fur trader who was in love with the daughter of a Native American chief named Shenandoah. Some people say it was a logging song. It later became a sea shanty, being the perfect tempo to sing whilst hauling in the anchor. For Clarinet Choir: 3 Bb clarinets and Bass Clarinet.
Arrangement: Difficulty 4 out of 9

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Traditional: Shenandoah: Clarinet Quartet

instrumentShenandoah could have been a song of a fur trader who was in love with the daughter of a Native American chief named Shenandoah. Some people say it was a logging song. It later became a sea shanty, being the perfect tempo to sing whilst hauling in the anchor. For3 Clarinets and Bass Clarinet. Lower key.
Arrangement: Difficulty 4 out of 9

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Traditional: The Greenwood Tree: 3 Clarinets

instrumentThe Greenwood Tree is a name given to many songs, but the auther of this is unknown. It is very similar to a round called Come Follow. This is a round for 3 Clarinets, including conductor score in concert pitch.
Original: Difficulty 4 out of 9

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Traditional: When Irish Eyes are Smiling: 2 Clarinets

instrumentWhen Irish Eyes are Smiling is a song telling of happiness and laughter in Ireland. Arranged as a duo for 2 Clarinets
Arrangement: Difficulty 5 out of 9

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