Les Miserables Play-Along Pack - Clarinet

Books and CDs | Clarinet

Publisher: Hal Leonard
Format: Sheet Music | Instrumental Album
Solo arrangements of thirteen songs from the beloved Boublil and Schonberg musical.

Songs include At The End of The Day and Bring Him Home.

ISBN: 9781423437468
Skill Level: Intermediate Explain this
Published on: 16 February 2009
Language: English
Catalogue No: HL00842293
 
     
       
         
           
             

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              Quality of content
              10.0
              Value for money
              10.0
              Overall rating
              10.0
              Scores 10.0 out of 10 based on 1 review
              10 out of 10

              Kathryn

              Stockton-on-Tees GB Love playing the clarinet
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              Play along to fabulous songs from a fantastic musical
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              Confirmed purchase: 13 November 2013
              Published on: 25 June 2014

              Musicroom Reviews

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              4
              A good selection with a satisfactory backing track
              Anonymous - (Harrow, United Kingdom)
              4
              This was bought for my daughter as she loves the musical. The book is very user friendly and has music for clarinetists of all abilities. She was playing "Bring Him Home" within a few minutes and absolutely loves it.
              Anonymous - (Basingstoke, United Kingdom)
              2
              Bit disappointed with the backing tracks. The music is not totally solo free. Other 'play along' pieces have given you the option of including the solo and then one without. Was hoping I could use it to do a public performance but the audience would be able to hear the backing solo.
              Anonymous - (Dorchester, United Kingdom)
              5
              This is a great selection. The cd is very easy to play along to. I would recommend this to anyone interested in the musical/film.
              Anonymous - (Walsall, United Kingdom)
              2
              I agree about the backing tracks - no option to just have the accompaniment - you always have a xylophone plinking along the melody in the background
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