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PHOTOCOPY
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TRAD.IRISH

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Shule agra Go, my love

Shule agra (or'Siril a ghrri') is an Irish folksong about the l8th-century Irish Brigade that supported the Jacobite cause. The song also became
popular in the American Revolution as 'Johnny has gone for a soldier'. This is an arrangement of one of many different versions of the melody.
O 199I A & C Black Publishers Ltd
Reproduced fromAbracadabra Clarinet Repertoire, arranged by Brian Hunt, Mavis de Mierre, Michael Illman and Peter Nickol, by permission of
rhe publishers. All enquiries about this piece, apart from those directly relating to the exams, should be addressed to A & C Black Publishers Ltd,
38 Soho Square, LondonWlD 3QZ.

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Puppet's Dance
from Duets for Children
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Faul Harris WALTON

Allegro ! = 160

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\\llliam\Valton (1902-83) was one of the leading British composers of his generation; among his most famous works are the oratorio Belshazzar's
Feasr, the first of his two symphonies, and the score for the fllm Henry V. This is an arrangement of one of the Duets for Children which he
composed in 1940 as piano duets for his niece and nephew and orchestrated the same year as Music for Children. An acceptable tempo for this
piece in the exam wouldbe ) = clqq.
, Orford UniversityPress 1992
Reproduced from Music Through Time, Clarinet Book l, by permission of Odord University Press. All enquiries about this piece, apart from
lhose directly relating to the exams, should be addressed to Oxford University Press, Music Department, Great Clarendon Street, Odord OX2 6DP

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