Winners Galore for Clarinet makes an ideal companion to a tutor book, providing enjoyment as well as essential repertoire. It is the perfect addition to the wide range of titles found in Easy Winners for Clarinet.
... A Life on the Ocean Waves Birdie Song Blackadder Theme Black Beauty Theme Bridal March Camptown Races Can-Can Consider Yourself Cornish Floral Dance Danny Boy Day Trip to Bangor Drunken Sailor Eastenders Theme Emmerdale Farm Theme English Country Garden Fawlty Towers Theme Flintstones Theme Give Me Joy in My Heart Grand March from Aida Happy Birthday Hornpipe Humoresque I Do Like to be Beside the Seaside In Dulci Jubilo In The Mood Irish Washerwoman Land of Hope and Glory Last of the Summer Wine Laurel and Hardy Theme Lily the Pink Linden Lea Little Donkey Mairi's Wedding March from The Pirates of Penzance March Slav Minder Theme Monty Python Theme Muppet Show Opening Neighbours Theme Nessun Dorma Pink Panther Portsmouth Postman Pat Prelude Puppet on a String Radetzky March Rondo Russian Dance Spread a Little Happiness Stranger on the Shore Teddy Bears' Picnic The Archers' Theme The Ash Grove The Elephant The Entertainer The Loco-Motion Theme from 9th Symphony Theme from Karella Suite Theme from William Tell Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines Those Were the Days Tie Me Kangaroo Down, Sport Van der Valk Theme We Wish You a Merry Christmas Wombling Song
For optional piano accompaniment see Next Title.
The widespread popularity of Winners Galore for Clarinet can be attributed to many factors. Most importantly, young players and teachers alike appreciate that each title has been carefully arranged to suit the particular range, technique and characteristics of the instrument. They find that the bumper collection of sixty-five ever-popular tunes drawn from a wide variety of musical styles is guaranteed to whet the appetites of players and audiences alike. There is something for players of all ages to dip into and enjoy. With or without the easy separate piano accompaniment this is a collection that players will enjoy practising and performing.
Peter Lawrance had lessons with James Brown at the Royal Academy of Music after which he attended Liverpool and Reading Universities, studying composition with Hugh Wood and the horn with James Eastham. He then followed an extensive career in playing and teaching, including working as head of an instrumental teaching service and as an examiner for the Guildhall School of Music.
His educational music and compositions for brass, wind and orchestra have been widely published and performed.