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Compatible Duets for Winds Volume 2


Compatible Duets for Winds Volume 2 contains 29 level 2-3 duets in a variety of styles that can be played with any combination of two wind instruments. Your students develop chamber ensemble skills while playing with friends. A perfect accompaniment to classroom instruction, the series includes six books for various instruments. Other Carl Fischer Compatible Duet books cover music for strings, Christmas, church, and weddings.

Compatible Duets for Winds Volume 2: 29 Duets that Can Be Played by Any Combination of Wind Instruments, arranged or composed by Larry Clark, Carl Fischer,