Val Goldsack
PETER AND THE WOLF
By: Val Goldsack
Catalog ID: 478912   Duration: 1:27   Tempo: Med Slow   BPM: 90   Vocal: Instrumental
Genre: Childrens Music | Childrens music / instrumental
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Peter and the Wolf - Each character in the Peter and the Wolf music has a particular instrument and a musical theme instruments include Woodwinds: a flute, an oboe, a clarinet in A, and a bassoon Brass: 3 horns in F, a trumpet in B-flat, and a tromboneBird: flute Duck: oboe Cat: clarinet etc.   Keywords: This is a very well known and easily recognised orchestral piece Op. 67, is a composition written by Sergei Prokofiev, this main theme is lively, joyful,



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