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Though written for solo piano, many of the pieces in Béla Bartók’s For Children collection are entirely or mostly in two voices, making them readily amenable to arrangement for two winds.  Our new publication includes 23 pieces from For Children’s Book 2 (Slovakian folksongs) arranged by John Pratt as duets for flute (or oboe) and clarinet.  Students, teachers, and every-day players can make as much of them as they like ... as simple tunes for beginners content to learn basic notes and rhythms, or as more advanced studies on articulation, musicality, etc.
We recently added Tom Schnauber’s Those Infernal Exsanguinators for flute and piano to our catalog. Today we published a second piece by this excellent composer ... the delightful A Little Grand Wedding March Waltz.  Although this duet is scored for the unusual instrumentation of piccolo and trombone, it can work as easily and as well with concert flute taking the upper voice and either cello or bassoon playing the lower part.
NSM is delighted to welcome Tom Schnauber as the latest composer to contribute contemporary works to our catalog.  Please read his biography under Our Composers, or visit his own website at www.tomschnauber.com for additional information about this acclaimed composer and his many exciting projects.  We are offering two of his pieces: Those Infernal Exsanguinators for flute and piano, and A Little Grand Wedding March Waltz for piccolo and trombone (coming soon).

The legendary Aardvark Jazz Orchestra has released its 16th CD, Faces of Souls. The CD features seven compositions by Aardvark’s renowned founder and bandleader, Mark Harvey. Though this CD’s collection of works is diverse, each piece in its own way reflects the album’s themes of social justice and democratic values, and showcases the band’s masterful musicians.  Noteworthy Sheet Music is pleased to offer the CDs for sale on behalf of Mark Harvey; click the link for more information about the CD and an upcoming interview with Mark Harvey, reviews and accolades, etc.