Lakeland, Florida (January 9, 2020)– Excelcia Music Publishing brings unprecedented flexibility to music educators with a new percussion book added to its Adaptable Duets wind instrument duet series. Adaptable Duets is made up of 29 newly composed or arranged duets which can be played with any pairing of wind — and now percussion — instruments. The series offers music educators opportunities to use fresh and dynamic repertoire in both small and full ensemble contexts.
Adaptable Duets is a much-needed resource for the modern classroom by providing the flexibility of unique instrument pairings. Composed or arranged by dedicated educators and composers, Tyler Arcari and Matthew R. Putnam, along with percussion specialist Robert Clayson, the new Adaptable Duets, 29 Duets for Any Wind and Percussion Instruments, is written for grades 1.5 through 3, making the series perfect for use in the classroom and for recitals and festival adjudications.
Expanding the possibilities provided by the new percussion book even further, the third line in the percussion book can also be used alongside or as accompaniment with the string version of the Adaptable Duets series.
Books in the Adaptable Duets series for wind and percussion are available for Flute, Oboe, Bb Clarinet, Bb Trumpet, Bass Clarinet or Baritone T.C., Alto Saxophone or Baritone Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Horn in F, Trombone, Euphonium or Bassoon, Tuba and Percussion, and for strings are available for Violin, Viola, Cello and Bass.
Adaptable Duets is available for $14.99 from music retailers everywhere and from excelciamusic.com.
Excelcia Music Publishing is based in Lakeland, Florida, and publishes and sells music internationally. Composers, educators, and retailers are invited to contact Excelcia Music Publishing to be a part of creating, learning, and performing music that inspires.
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