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Michelle (arr. David McKeown)
by The Beatles
Instrumental Duet - Digital Sheet Music

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Michelle by the Beatles, was released on the 1965 album, Rubber Soul. The story goes that when John Lennon was at art school he used to invite Paul McCartney to college parties. At the time, French art culture was fashionable, and Paul McCartney used to pretend he was French despite no knowledge of the language. Later John Lennon suggested Paul should write a song recalling those times. Paul asked a friends wife, who happened to be a French teacher, for help with the French lyrics.

This version of Michelle is arranged as a duet for one Trumpet and one Trombone. The full YouTube performance above is the Clarinet version of this duet.

Musicians at an early intermediate level will find this ideal for formal and informal concert performance. The overall performance time is a little over two minutes.

Teachers will enjoy using this arrangement as a fun way to help with ensemble skills and expressive playing.  

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