A Jazzy Christmas - Clarinet

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Catalogue No: AM997810
Format: Audio / Video | Backing Tracks
A unique collection of fourteen great jazz arrangements for Clarinet play-along. Compiled and arranged by Paul Honey, this collection contains all your favourite carols as you've never heard them before!

Complete with A CD containing professional performances of every piece by a live jazz trio plus backing tracks to play along with.

SONGS INCLUDE: Away in a Manger, Deck the Halls, Ding Dong Merrily on High, God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen, Hark! The Herald Angels Sing, The Holly and The Ivy, Mary's Boy Child, Mistletoe and Wine, Silent Night, Sleigh Ride, We Three Kings of Orient Are, We Wish You a Merry Christmas. Performance notes are also included.

ISBN: 9781849381253
Skill Level: Easy Explain this
Published on: 24 July 2009
No of pages: 32
Language: English
Publisher: Wise Publications
 
     
       
         

          A Jazzy Christmas - Clarinet reviews verified by reevooReevoo

          Quality of content
          9.0
          Value for money
          10.0
          Overall rating
          9.5
          Scores 9.5 out of 10 based on 2 reviews
          9 out of 10

          Lesley

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          Great for more advanced students and something a bit different than the usual Christmas tunes....
          Probably only suitable for good readers and of standard grade 6 and above.
          Confirmed purchase: 17 December 2014
          Published on: 26 January 2015

          Musicroom Reviews

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          3
          The backing is great. The main tune, or 'head', if you like, is quite easy to play. Maybe Grade 2-3, but then the written impro sections are SO difficult, harder than Grade 5. Very odd. I suggest just making up your own impro section using the piece's pentatonic, before it returns to the tune again at the end. I trialled the series by just getting the clarinet book. All notes are playable on Tenor sax too, so I doubt it's worth getting that book as well. If that's the case they should call the book clarinet/tenor sax, to be fair.
          Anonymous - (St. Ives, United Kingdom)

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