That’s a’Plenty for clarinet ensemble

$11.00

That’s a’Plenty was originally written as a rag in 1914, but in the 1920s it was converted by various New Orleans Dixieland bands into a Dixieland march.

This arrangement is very straightforward and easy for students to understand. It has an ad lib solo for the first clarinet, including a written out solo as well as cord symbols for the more adventuresome.

It’s fun to play and well received by audiences.

Performed by CarolinaClarinet Quartet

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Title:
That’s a’Plenty
Composer:
Lew Pollack
Arranger:
Brent Smith
Tempo/Style:
Allegretto, Dixieland March
Length:
3 minutes to 4 minutes
Parts:
4 parts
Difficulty:
Intermediate
Instruments:
3 Bb Clarinets
1 Bass Clarinet

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