Compatible Trios For Winds - Clarinet/Trumpet/Euphonium T.C./Tenor Saxophone

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Compatible Trios for Winds contains 21 trios in a variety of styles from classical to folk, and includes some new original works as well. Each piece is playable by any combination of three wind instruments. Trios are a great way to learn how to play in a chamber music setting, and this unique collection gives players the opportunity to do it with anyone else that plays a wind instrument, making for an almost limitless combination of instruments.

Compatible Trios for Winds is especially useful in a school setting where students are eager to play music with friends. The flexibility of these trios makes them a must-have for any wind player. Includes tunes such as "The Irish Washerwoman," Brahms’ "Hungarian Dance No. 5," Larry Clark’s original "Harvest Moon," and more.


  • Angels We Have Heard On High
  • Arioso [Turk]
  • Auld Lang Syne
  • Bagatelle [Diabelli]
  • Carnival Scene [Couperin]
  • Dance [J C F Bach]
  • Elfin Dance (Lyric Pieces Book 1) [Grieg]
  • Fable [Larry Clark]
  • German Dance [Beethoven]
  • German Dance [Haydn]
  • Gigue [Duncombe]
  • Harvest Moon [Larry Clark]
  • Home On The Range
  • Hungarian Dance No 5 [Brahms]
  • Irish Washerwoman
  • Jingle Bells
  • Largo (Symphony No 9 In E Minor) [Dvorak]
  • Le Lardon (The Joke) [Rameau]
  • Les Moissoneurs (The Reapers) [Couperin]
  • Loch Lomond
  • March (The Nutcracker Suite) [Tchaikovsky]
  • Mexican Hat Dance
  • Mill, The [Gurlitt]
  • Minuet [Haydn]
  • Pastorale [C P E Bach]
  • Quadrille [Haydn]
  • Russian Folk Song [Beethoven]
  • Scarborough Fair
  • Soldier's March [Schumann]
  • Tarantella
  • To A Wild Rose [Macdowell]
  • Viennese Sonatina [Mozart]


Product IDCOBS012973547
Instrumentation Clarinet Trio
Publisher Fischer (Carl) Inc
Language Eng
Media Book
No of Pages48

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