Working on Tchaikovsky’s Album of the Young for woodwind quintet. My goal is to arrange about 6-8 parts for a beginning woodwind quintet. The challence is to write within the playing range, but yet colorful. And with maximum 3 sharps or minors.
Also comming up:
horn quartet: Pavane by Fauré, Easy WInners horn quintet: Pavane by Fauré Clarinet quartet: Bach – Presto form the Italian concerto
Solveig’s Song from Peer Gynt, Edvard Grieg for clarinet and piano, clarinet and harp Flute, Oboe and piano, flute, oboe and harp Horn and pianp, horn and harp Soprano and harp Horn quartet, Horn quintet Horn quartet and soprano
Last week I got the request to adapt the woodwind quintet version of Tico Tico to a version with alto saxophone and bass clarinet instead of french horn and bassoon. Of course, it would be very simple to change these parts one to one, but the alto saxophone has a higher range and a different sound then the horn. So I chose to re-arrange the piece.
You can see and here the result here: Tico Tico for flute, oboe, clarinet, alto sax and bass clarinet:
Beautyfull music, composed for piano in 1890 arranged for woodwind quintet (also availbable for clarinet quartet) in 2 different keys (D and C). Sounds great in combination with Cadiz from Suite Española (Albeniz) and Zarabanda from Danzas Españolas (Granados) and the “Spanish” parts from Carmen!
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