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Johann (Sohn) Strauß: Die Fledermaus

  • for 2 violins or 2 flutes and piano
  • Instrumentation details:
    2 parts in C(Bb)
    bass
    percussion ad lib.
  • Composer: Johann (Sohn) Strauß
  • Table of contents:
    Mein Herr Marquis
    Ich lade gern mir Gäste ein
    Finale II. Akt
    Im Feuerstrom der Reben
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Johann (Sohn) Strauß: Die Fledermaus (The Bat) for flexible ensemble | UE31163

Teens on Stage

  • Edition type: score and parts
  • Series: Teens On Stage
  • Grade: 2-4
  • Edition info: 4 Easy Pieces
  • Format: 23.2 × 30.5 cm
  • ISBN: 978-3-7024-6181-2
  • ISMN: 979-0-008-06109-7
€22.50
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Description

Great music and first-rate arrangements are what makes ensembles a hit among pupils and teachers alike!

Like the series entitles Children on Stage, the purpose of this series is also to provide delightful adaptations of popular titles, of course at the next grade.

Thanks to these adaptations which have been carefully put together by experienced and committed teachers, advanced pupils are now also given challenging ensemble pieces for playing together in a group. Of course we have also made it a point to guarantee the diverse use of the pieces; thus special attention was once again given to the flexibility of the instrumentation.

Recorders, flutes and violins can be used in any possible combination and number for the 1st and 2nd part. The piano part also does not exceed grade 2. The bass part can be played by the violoncello and/or bassoon and/or double-bass. The percussion part can be implemented ad libitum.

Contents

  • Mein Herr Marquis
  • Ich lade gern mir Gäste ein
  • Finale II. Akt
  • Im Feuerstrom der Reben

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