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In terms of volume and quality, no other American rivals the output of legendary soloist, pedagogue, and composer Herbert L. Clarke. When one considers how much time he must have spent composing solos and educational methods, it is a marvel that he had time to practice at all!
Sounds from the Hudson is written in the form of a Valse Brillante, that is to say, that it’s fast, in three, and swings like an Ellington tune. This arrangement for solo cornet and wind ensemble by Gerassimos Ioannidis is sure to get the crowd to their feet.
Check out a sample recording below, as well as sample pages of the solo and score. You can click above to get an immediate PDF download of the solo, score, and parts, formatted for easy double-sided printing.
Listen to Sounds from the Hudson