DUET SINGLES! Choose a Title - Ash Grove, Happy Birthday & much, much more!
for Clarinet in Bb & Cello or Bassoon
Ash Grove (Traditional Welsh)
A-Tisket, A-Tasket (Traditional) NEW!
Be Thou My Vision (Traditional Irish)
Bells of St. Mary's (A. Emmett Adams)
Brother James' Air (James Leith Macbeth Bain)
Chopsticks (Arthur de Lulli) NEW!
God Be With You Till We Meet Again (Rankin & Tomer) NEW!
Happy Birthday (Patty & Mildred Hill)
In the Garden (C. Austin Miles)
Just A Closer Walk With Thee (Traditional)
Just as I Am, Without One Plea (Charlotte Elliott)
Loch Lomond (Traditional)
What a Friend We Have in Jesus (Charles Converse)
This versatile series is designed to be played by two different instruments! Each duet is published in score form (both parts on the same page) so that the players can play from the same part. All duets are arranged specifically for the listed instrumentation.
ASH GROVE This beloved Welsh Folk Song is perfect for any occasion and has been set to countless lyrics. Also known as, Llwyn Onn, it tells of a sailor's love for "Gwen of Llwyn".
A-TISKET, A-TASKET Who doesn't love A-Tisket, A-Tasket? This fun, fantastical arrangement is a lively romp. Along with Ella Fitzgerald's acclaimed rendition, various recordings have been made by Bing Crosby, Hayley Mills, and even Nabisco with its famed A Triscuit, A Triscuit, Baked only by Nabisco ad campaign!
BE THOU MY VISION is a traditional Irish Hymn that has been passed down since the sixth century. This beloved melody was featured in the 1945 movie
THE BELLS of ST. MARY'S, sung by the incomparable Bing Crosby. It has since been recorded by artists such as The Drifters (1954), Andy Williams (1965), Aaron Neville (1993) and Sheryl Crow (2008).
BROTHER JAMES' AIR is a beautiful setting of a familiar Scottish hymn tune. Written by James Leith MacBeth Bain, or ‘Brother James,’ as an accompaniment for the 23rd Psalm (The Lord is My Shepherd), it was first printed in London in 1915. Originally titled Marosa to honor the seventh daughter of a friend whom he had christened, the melody eventually came to be known by its present name.
CHOPSTICKS One of the most recognizable tunes in the world, Chopsticks was composed by 16-year-old Euphemia Allen - using the pseudonym Arthur de Lulli - and after its publication, she never published anything again! From Bugs Bunny to Marilyn Monroe (in The Seven Year Itch) to J-pop group NiziU's 2021 hit single, Chopsticks is timeless. Enjoy this fantastical arrangement that can be played at any speed desired!
GOD BE WITH YOU TILL WE MEET AGAIN A favorite of The Mormon Tabernacle Choir, God Be With You Till We Meet Again has also been recorded by many others, including Ella Fitzgerald.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY Perform this masterful medley/mash-up for Quartet that features Happy Birthday as the main theme, along with For He's a Jolly Good Fellow and a playful dash of The Old Gray Mare as well.
IN THE GARDEN (I Come to the Garden Alone) This lovely setting of In the Garden for chamber ensemble is the perfect addition to any inspirational moment. Written by C. Austin Miles in 1912, In the Garden has been recorded by musical legends including Elvis Presley, Loretta Lynn, Dionne Warwick, Amy Grant and was sung in the closing scene of the movie Places of the Heart.
JUST A CLOSER WALK WITH THEE is a traditional gospel song which has been performed and recorded by literally hundreds of artists. The title and lyrics of the song allude to the Biblical passage from 2 Corinthians 5:7 which states, "We walk by faith, not by sight" and James 4:8, "Come near to God and He will come near to you."
JUST AS I AM, WITHOUT ONE PLEA A gorgeous setting of Charlotte Elliott's well-known hymn Just as I Am, Without One Plea. This graceful song has been recorded by Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, Kristin Chenoweth, and Carrie Underwood.
LOCH LOMOND (short for The Bonnie Banks o' Loch Lomond) is a gorgeous traditional Scottish melody that tells of Loch Lomond, the largest loch in Scotland. It has been recorded countless times including the rendition by the Scottish Celtic rock band Runrig.
WHAT A FRIEND WE HAVE IN JESUS is a beloved Christian hymn originally written by Joseph Scriven as a poem in 1855 to comfort his mother who was living in Ireland while he was in Canada. The tune to the hymn was composed by Charles Crozat Converse in 1868 and has since become one of the most popular church hymns worldwide.
DUET SINGLES! Choose a Title - Ash Grove, Happy Birthday & more! for Clarinet & Cello or Bassoon
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