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Small Ensemble Sheet Music
for the Professional and Amateur Musician

Arrangements & Transcriptions for
Brass Quintet, Clarinet Quartet, Saxophone Quartet, Saxophone Quintet,
String Quartet, Woodwind Quartet, and Woodwind Quintet.

By Kenneth W. Abeling



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This Little Light of Mine, African American Spiritual arranged for Brass Quintet, Clarinet Quartet, Saxophone Quartet, Saxophone Quintet, String Quartet, Woodwind Quartet, and Woodwind Quintet by Kenneth Abeling. This is an advanced Intermediate level arrangement of this very popular spiritual in a Jazz/Blues style and is appropriate for all most religious services and general performance.

Trio Sonata No.9 "The Golden Sonata", Z.810 (originally in F Major) by Henry Purcell and arranged for Clarinet Quartet by Kenneth Abeling.  This Sonata was originally written for two violins, cello and continuo and all four original movements are included.  This Baroque period composition is appropriate for secular and sacred performances and is an advanced intermediate to early advance arrangement.

Dona Nobis Pacem, Translation (Grant us peace) arranged by Kenneth Abeling for Clarinet Quartet, Saxophone Quartet, Saxophone Quintet, String Quartet, Woodwind Quartet, and Woodwind Quintet. This is a traditional canon usually attributed to Mozart but never absolutely confirmed. It is an intermediate level piece and suitable for general performance and sacred events.

Six Fugues by George Frideric Handel transcribed for Clarinet Quartet by Kenneth Abeling.  These fugues are intermediate to advanced intermediate level in difficulty and are suitable for general performance as well as religious services.

“Georgia on My Mind”, Words by Stuart Gorrell & Music by Hoagy Carmichael for Brass Quintet, Clarinet Quartet, Saxophone Quartet, Saxophone Quintet, String Quartet, Woodwind Quartet, and Woodwind Quintet arr. Ken Abeling.  This is an easier advanced to advanced arrangement of Hoagy Carmichael’s tribute to his home state.  While there are some challenging sections, the tempo and the way it lays should make it accessible to many ensembles.

Claude Debussy’s lovely La plus que lente for Brass Quintet, Clarinet Quartet, Saxophone Quartet, Saxophone Quintet, String Quartet, Woodwind Quartet, and Woodwind Quintet by Kenneth Abeling. This is an advanced intermediate to advanced transcription. Technically none of the individual parts are extremely demanding, but it does require a somewhat mature ensemble to play musically.

 
This is a collection or medley of three of George M. Cohan’s favorite patriotic songs arranged for Brass Quintet, Clarinet Quartet, Saxophone Quartet, Saxophone Quintet, String Quartet, Woodwind Quartet, and Woodwind Quintet by Ken Abeling.  The songs include; 1. “Over There!”, 2. “Yankee Doodle Boy” (commonly referred to as “I’m A Yankee Doodle Dandy”) and 3. Grand Old Flag.  This collection can be played as individual songs or as medley.  It should be playable by a good middle school group but advanced and professional musicians will find use for this arrangement during patriotic holidays and certain ceremonies.

 
Hands Across the Sea transcribed here for Brass Quintet, Clarinet Quartet, Saxophone Quartet, Saxophone Quintet, String Quartet, Woodwind Quartet, and Woodwind Quintet, is another one of John Philip Sousa’s famous marches. This transcription is of intermediate to advanced intermediate level difficulty.
The Liberty Bell transcribed here for Brass Quintet, Clarinet Quartet, Saxophone Quartet, Saxophone Quintet, String Quartet, Woodwind Quartet, and Woodwind Quintet, is another one of John Philip Sousa’s famous marches and the theme to the Monty Python TV series. This transcription is of intermediate to advanced intermediate level difficulty. 
The Black Horse Troop for Brass Quintet, Clarinet Quartet, Saxophone Quartet, Saxophone Quintet, String Quartet, Woodwind Quartet, and Woodwind Quintet transcribed by Kenneth Abeling, is one of John Philip Sousa’s most popular marches. This arrangement is of intermediate level difficulty and audiences should readily recognize the melody.