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Bad Guy for Recorder Quartet and Accompaniment

Arranged by Ralf Bienioschek
£18.50
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From the Publisher

Billie Eilish’s Bad Guy won her the coveted Grammy Award for „Song of the Year“ in 2020. This arrangement was made by the renowned German recorder soloist and teacher Ralf Bienioschek for his special „Ralf Bienioschek Signature Edition“ series. The arrangement is for a standard quartet of Soprano, Alto, Tenor and Great Bass Recorder, with additional parts provided Bass Recorder and Sub Bass (Contrabass) Recorder. Optional parts for (Electric) Guitar, Key-/Electric Bass Guitar, (Electric) Drum Set, Cajon (light or a more difficult version), Cowbell and a playback track (available on our website www.bandmusicshop.com) are also included. You can also find a Score Play demo and a "How to play" video on our YouTube channel – Hal Leonard Europe Ensemble. There are several ways to play the song. In principle, many options are conceivable, e.g. - standard Recorder Quartet - with a band: (E)-Guitar, Key-/E-Bass Guitar, (E)-Drums, Cowbell - with an acoustic band: Guitar, E-Bass Guitar, Cajon, Cowbell - or just with the Recorders and with (or without) the playback. We hope you have fun playing it!

Performance duration (approx): 2'35

Item Details

Instrumentation

  • Part 1: Descant Recorder
  • Part 2: Treble Recorder
  • Part 3: Tenor Recorder
  • Part 4: Bass Recorder
  • Part 5 (Optional): Guitar
  • Part 6 (Optional): Bass Guitar
  • Part 7 (Optional): Drum Kit
  • Part 8 (Optional): Shaker
  • Part 9 (Optional): Cowbell
Category: Recorder Ensemble Music
Publisher: De Haske Publications
Publisher's reference: DHP 1216340-070
Our Stock Code: 1489088
Media Type: Paperback

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