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Compositions for C Clarinet Volume 1 [Complete]

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Price £9.95

Includes CD

30 publications in this series

The Compositions series

Graham Lyons has compiled all the best material from his previous volumes, written lots of new pieces, and included a backing CD. The CDs are also available separately. This collection combines the best elements of many styles of music: Rock, Dance, Classic, Romantic, Jazz, Boogie, Folk. Inspired and crafted pieces to excite the players and make them want to practise.
The piano accompaniments are available on the companion CD (printable in pdf format) OR in a separate piano accompaniment book (selected titles only). Also on the CD: 'extras' which include ensemble arrangements in pdf format to print out.

Includes a free CD with backing tracks in MP3 format.


  • After hours
  • Andante Semplice
  • Bonjour
  • Dancing in the Rain
  • Elgar Takes a Stroll
  • Eva's Tango
  • Groove is a Verb
  • Horizon
  • June in Paris
  • Nutty
  • Rock Steady
  • Snowflake
  • Soft Song
  • Spring Carol
  • Storybook Waltz
  • The Cool Camel
  • The Garden Tiger
  • The Old Country
  • Velvet
  • Waterfall
Syllabus info
Trinity College London: Woodwind Syllabus 2017-2020   (until Dec 2020)  

Clarinet in Bb - Init ( Storybook Waltz )
Cat No. U129
Price £9.95
ComposerGraham Lyons
Lyons C Clarinet
PublisherUseful Music
Difficulty levelBeginner, 1 - 5
ISMN 979-0-57008-129-5
EAN-13 9790570081295
Weight 162 grams
Published 27th April 2003
Availability 70 in stock


This collection is fantastic value...The book is very attractive and clearly laid out. Where Lyons excels is in writing a good melody and an attractive accompaniment...

Andy Tweed, for Music Teacher Magazine

The melody-writing is quite nice - simple enough for young musicians to grasp without being condescending...Technical advances are made carefully and methodically without compromising the tunes...it is well worthwhile for players of the Lyons C.

Monica Leiher for Music Teacher Magazine