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Arranged Flute Ensemble Works

Instrumentation Labels:

- Letters used are listed in order of high to low (Eb - E-flat Clarinet, Al. - E-flat Alto, Bs. - B-flat Bass). If no letter is used, those are the standard B-flat Clarinet.

- Numbers are used to denote the number of parts for a given instrument, if more than one. (2Eb would mean 2 E-flat Clarinets, while Eb by itself means a single E-flat Clarinet part)

- If a value is listed between ( and ), those parts are considered to be optional.

Example: 2Eb/3(2)/Al.(Al.)/Bs. would mean there are:

- 2 required E-flat Clarinet parts

- a total of 5 B-flat Clarinet parts where 2 are optional

- a total of 2 E-flat Alto Clarinet parts where 1 is optional

- a required B-flat Bass Clarinet part

Do You Hear What I Hear

[HOLIDAY] - Eb/3/Al/Bs


Originally written as a plea for peace during the Cuban Missile Crisis, "Do You Hear What I Hear" has became a staple of the Christmas season. The authors were concerned with writing a piece for Christmas due to the growing commercialism of the holiday. However, you won't have to worry about that when your group performs, as there is a lot of energy in this arrangement to keep you going. The addition of a Piccolo solo brings out the beauty of the melody!

Kiss the Girl

[DISNEY] - 4/Al/Bs


Sha-la-la-la-la-la and Listen to the song! The song says that straight from DISNEY'S THE LITTLE MERMAID comes a brand new arrangement of the popular "Kiss the Girl"!

White Christmas

[HOLIDAY] - (Eb)/4/Al/Bs


One of the most well known songs from the holidays arrives for Clarinet Choir in this splendid setting. Keep an eye out for key changes that occur throughout the song. A perfect addition to your holiday concert.

A Whole New World

[DISNEY] - (Eb)/3/Al/Bs


From Disney's ALADDIN comes the love duet that defined the Renaissance, "A Whole New World". Arranged to be as true to the source material, including all the flourishes that the orchestra provided to back Aladdin and Jasmine as they went on their magic carpet ride. This is sure to be a pleasing piece for any ensemble and a delight for any audience!

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