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Concerto for Clarinet & Orchestra, K. 622Recorder & Keyboard part, 41 pp.
Bach Concerto for 2 Violins, BWV 1043, arr. for two recorders and keyboard41 pp.
Volume 2 of the Duets from Dufay to de Falla
Volume Two, all for alto and bass recorders, arrangements of: 1. Part two, marked Enlevé (Charmed) and De moitié (Half as fast) from Satie’s piano duet Trois Morceaux en Forme de Poire (Three Pieces in the Form of a Pear). 2. The Minuet from Schubert’s Octet, D. 803. 3. Excerpts from Schubert’s Quartetsatz, D. 703. 4. The “Scherzo” section from the four-hand piano Fantasy, D. 940. 5. An excerpt, the second theme, from Schubert’s four-hand piano piece, D. 947, nicknamed “Lebenstürme”—two versions, one requiring the top part to switch from modern-pitch to old-pitch alto. 6. An excerpt from the second movement of Schubert’s String Quintet D. 956. 7. The second theme from the finale of Schubert’s solo piano sonata D. 958. 8. The Scherzo from Symphony No. 9, “The Great C major”, by Schubert. 9. An excerpt from the song “Zwei blaue Augen” (Two Blue Eyes) from Mahler’s song cycle Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen (Songs of a Wayfarer). 10. An excerpt from the finale of Mahler’s Symphony No. Two “Resurrection”. 11. The ending of Mahler’s 4th Symphony, originally for soprano voice and orchestra, called, “Das himmlische Leben” (The Heavenly Life). 12. The entire third movement, “Von der Jugend”, (On Youth) from Mahler’s Cantata/Symphony Das Lied von der Erde (The Song of the Earth). 13. Étude Op. 2, No. 1 by Scriabin, originally in c# minor, transposed here to f. 14. “In diesem Wetter!” (In this Weather!), the last of the Kindertotenlieder (Songs on the Deaths of Children) by Mahler.Duet, 41 pp.