Denley, Ian: Time Pieces for Clarinet, Volume 2 (ABRSM)

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• a three-volume graded anthology presenting attractive and lively repertoire for clarinet and piano from the sixteenth century to the present day
• carefully graded selection of tuneful pieces for clarinet and piano
• well-crafted arrangements provide practice of the keys, note-ranges and fingering patterns encountered in the early grades
• wide range of material, from Byrd to Elgar and from Mozart to Kodaly
• each volume presents the pieces in chronological order and prints the year in which they were written

Denley, Ian: Time Pieces for Clarinet, Volume 2 (ABRSM)

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  • Balletto, from the Second Book of Toccatas [Frescobaldi]
  • Rondeau [Krieger]
  • Menuetto e Trio, K. 315g No. 4 [Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart]
  • German Dance No. 6, WoO8 [Beethoven]
  • Charlie is my darling [Trad.]
  • * * *, from Album for the Young, Op. 68 [Robert Schumann]
  • Nuit d’Étoiles (Night of Stars) [Claude Debussy]
  • Lament [Duparc]
  • When a merry maiden marries, from The Gondoliers [Sullivan]
  • Ballad, from Merrie England [German]
  • Lullaby, Op. 2 No. 1 [Merikanto]
  • A Little Song, from Pictures of Childhood [Khachaturian]
  • Dance: from 30 Pieces for Children, Op. 27, No. 21 [Dmitri Kabalevsky]
  • The Silent Lake, from Music for Children, Book 1 [Walton]
  • Siciliana, from Ten easy pieces for piano [Tansman]
  • Close every door to me, from Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor® Dreamcoat [Andrew Lloyd Webber]
  • Quand les rochers parlent (When the rocks speak), from Les reflets de la mer [Hody]
  • Beginners Please!, No. 3 from Six Duos [Anthony Hedges]

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