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*Contemporary Piece.* Three Blind Mice will never be the same after this jazzy and fun romp around its artfully concealed musical material.
1. One Deaf Antechinus
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_Score 5 pp. Parts 1 pp. Downloadable PDF file._
|Publisher||Orpheus Music ,All Publishers|
|Composer First Name||Elisabeth|
|Grade||Easy - Moderate|
|Instrumentation||Descant - Treble - Tenor - Bass|
|Composer Name||Middleton - Elisabeth|
Elizabeth Middleton, One Deaf Antechinus OMP145
This pieces looks quite fun, especially for a group of children with some facility. The harmonic language is simple, the swung quavers fun and brief interlude from C major into A major should keep them on their toes. All four parts (SATB) have some interest even the bass player gets to zip up and down some swung quavers. At only one page long this piece would prove a good concert piece with wnough in it to get to grips wit it. Now if only I knew how to play "marsupially"....
Jean McCreery, The Recorder Magazine, XX-XX.