Compatible Trios for Winds: Clarinet, Trumpet, Baritone T.C., and Tenor Saxophone

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This collection 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.

Table of Contents:

  • Angels We Have Heard on High (French Carol)
  • Arioso (Daniel Gottlob Turk)
  • Auld Lang Syne (Scottish Folk Song)
  • Bagatelle (Anton Diabelli)
  • Carnival Scene (François Couperin)
  • Dance (JCF Bach)
  • Elfin Dance (Edvard Grieg)
  • Fable (Larry Clark)
  • German Dance (Ludwig van Beethoven)
  • German Dance (Franz Joseph Haydn)
  • Gigue (William Duncombe)
  • Harvest Moon (Larry Clark)
  • Home on the Range (American Folk Song)
  • Hungarian Dance No. 5 (Johannes Brahms)
  • Irish Washerwoman (Irish Folk Song)
  • Jingle Bells (James Pierpont)
  • Largo - from Symphony No. 9 (Antonín Dvořák)
  • Le Lardon ("The Joke") (Jean-Philippe Rameau)
  • Loch Lomond (Scottish Folk Song)
  • March from the Nutcracker Suite (Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky)
  • Mexican Hat Dance (Mexican Folk Song)
  • The Mill (Cornelius Gurlitt)
  • Minuet (Franz Joseph Haydn)
  • Les Moissonnuers (François Couperin)
  • Pastorale (CPE Bach)
  • Quadrille (Franz Joseph Haydn)
  • Russian Folk Song (Ludwig van Beethoven)
  • Scarborough Fair (English Folk Song)
  • Soldier's March (Robert Schumann)
  • Tarantella (Italian Folk Song)
  • To a Wild Rose Edward MacDowell)
  • Viennese Sonatina (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart)