Music Through Time, Clarinet Book 4, includes a tempting selection of pieces from the Baroque to the present day arranged for Clarinet and Piano by Paul Harris. There are pieces by composers well-known for their Clarinet music, such as Mozart, Lefevre and Baermann; beautiful arrangements of a Bach Sinfonia and a Mendelssohn Song Without Words; lively pieces such as Dances From Szeged, based on Hungarian folk dances, and Vaughan Williams’ Christmas Dance, which make excellent concert items; and pieces by less familiar composers like Whitelocke and Molter. All material has been specially selected and edited for students of grades 5 to 6 standard, and the pieces are in chronological order, with brief notes placing them in history. CONTENTS: Johann Sebastian Bach: Sinfonia (1713), Carl Baermann: Andante (1875), Franz Danzi: Pot Pourri (1814), Jean Xavier Lefèvre: Adagio from Sonata No. 7 (1802), Felix Mendelssohn: Song without Words, Op.67 No. 2 (1843), Johann Melchior Molter: Adagio from Concerto No. 3 (1745), Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Allegretto from Divertimento No. 2 K131 (1772), Fantastical Micro-variations on a theme by Mozart (2006), John Rutter: Pie Jesu (1985), Domenico Scarlatti: Sonata (1720), Zoltan Vallassa: Dances from Szeged (1910), Ralph Vaughan Williams: Christmas Dance (1936), Sir William Walton: Tango-Pasodoblé (1926), Bulstrode Whitelocke: Coranto (1645).