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Catalogue No: R2646
Composer: Judith Watson
Format: Sheet Music | Vocal Work
A witty and amusing encore item for 4 equal upper voices and piano, describing a little-known incident from the boyhood of Mozart. With Mozartean melodies and Alberti bass, the song includes a simple but effective four-part canon.
ISBN: 9780193426467
Skill Level: Intermediate Explain this
Published on: 25 November 1999
No of pages: 12
Length: 3
Language: English
 
     

      Judith Watson: A La Cart reviews verified by reevooReevoo

      Quality of content
      9.8
      Value for money
      9.5
      Overall rating
      9.5
      Scores 9.5 out of 10 based on 4 reviews
      9 out of 10

      Abby

      GB
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      Great song to appeal to children of primary age - pitched well as funny but also musically satisfying
      no
      Confirmed purchase: 28 February 2017
      Published on: 14 March 2017
      10 out of 10

      Madge

      Dudley, West Midlands GB
      +
      No specific favourite part - enjoyed the whole concept of the piece. After hearing a local choir perform it I was interested to own a copy and I wasn't disappointed .
      No
      Confirmed purchase: 02 September 2016
      Published on: 24 September 2016

      Musicroom Reviews

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      5
      Judith Watson is an excellent choral arranger, particularly for equal voices. It's a shame more of her work isn't available for purchase. This is a clever arrangement that is witty and a great crowd pleaser. Thank Mozart for creating such a great canon also! Suitable for a good KS2 choir, but probably performed/managed better by KS3. Range is middle C up to F at the top of the stave.
      Anonymous - (Larbert, United Kingdom)
      5
      Heard it performed by a school choir. A humourous number with catchy interwoven melodies. As a piece to lighten the mood will be perfect for my women's choir.
      Anonymous - (Halifax, United Kingdom)
      5
      This is great fun. We sang it in a concert where the main SATB choir were singing Mozart. It added humour and a change of mood. Audience loved it.
      Anonymous - (Reigate, United Kingdom)
      5
      A concert winner!
      Anonymous - (Milton Keynes, United Kingdom)

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