101 Popular Songs for Clarinet • Solos and Duets


Santorella Publications is proud to present 101 Popular Songs for Clarinet. After countless requests we’ve brought it all together under one roof. It has been decades since a horn player could find so many recognizable songs, from assorted genres, in one single collection.

101 Popular Songs includes a variety of well-known Original Classics, Wedding Classics, Sacred Hymns, Patriotic Songs, Jazz Standards and Christmas Carols arranged in accommodating keys for Clarinet, Trumpet, Flute, Alto Sax, and Trombone in both solo and duet forms.

Each edition includes three (3) Piano Accompaniment CDs with over 100 tracks including classical and jazz duets. Every edition features one particular instrument in the duet sections recorded in a “music minus one” fashion, in this case that instrument is Clarinet.

Every horn player will have a unique opportunity to play along with the greatest studio musicians in Los Angeles. So, buckle up and get ready to play alongside one of the greatest woodwind players on the west coast, his name is Mark Hollingsworth.


Little Cradle Song • Tell Me Fair Ladies • The Organ Grinder • Allegro, Mozart • Minuet, J.S. Bach • Andante, Mozart • Russian Song • Aria, J.S. Bach • Serenade • German Dance, Haydn • Gavotte • Old French Song • Turkish March • Andante, Haydn • Flight Of The Bumblebee • A Little Piece • Bouree • Symphony No. 40 • Allegretto • Spinning Song • Bridal Chorus • Wedding March • Ave Maria, Schubert • Jesu Joy of Man’s Desiring • Pachelbel’s Canon • Ode to Joy • Simple Gifts • Trumpet Voluntary • Two Minuets • Ave Maria, Bach • Moonlight Sonata • Nearer My God To Thee • Fairest Lord Jesus • Rock of Ages • Holy, Holy, Holy • Faith of Our Fathers • The Little Brown Church in the Vale • A Mighty Fortress is Our God • Abide With Me • The Lord is My Shepherd • Bringing in The Sheaves • Jesus Loves Me • Eternal Father Strong To Save (Navy Hymn) • He Leadeth Me • Stand Up For Jesus • America the Beautiful • Amazing Grace • When Johnny Comes Marching Home • Hail to the Chief • You’re a Grand Old Flag • Marine’s Hymn • Dixie • Battle Hymn of the Republic • Pomp and Circumstance • Yankee Doodle • America, My Country ‘Tis of Thee • Washington Post March • Columbia the Gem of the Ocean • Anchors Aweigh • Over There • Yankee Doodle Boy • The Star-Spangled Banner • Semper Fidelis • The Caissons Go Rolling Along • The Stars and Stripes Forever • The Thunderer • Hot Time in the Old Town Tonight • AIexander’s Ragtime Band • I Want a Girl • For Me and My Gal • Chinatown My Chinatown • Little Brown Jug • Fascination • Melancholy Baby • You Made Me Love You • Bill Bailey • When The Saints Go Marching In • Rock-a-Bye Your Baby • St. Louis Blues • After You’ve Gone • Baby Face • Swanee • The Entertainer • Blue Boppin’ Bossa • Ba-do-ba-dee-bop • Lazy Summer • The “Do Nothing” Blues • Kickin’ Back • Away in a Manger • Deck the Halls • First Noel • Hark! The Herald Angels Sing • It Came Upon a Midnight Clear • Jingle Bells • Joy to the World • Let There Be Peace of Earth • O Come All Ye Faithful • O Little Town of Bethlehem • Silent Night • We Three Kings of Orient Are • We Wish You a Merry Christmas

PAGES: 160
ISBN-10: 1585609943
ISBN-13: 9781585609949

About Mark Hollingsworth; Mark’s background includes both classical and jazz training. After high school Mark received a scholarship to attend Berklee College of Music and graduated Magna Cum Laude, with a major in woodwind performance.

Mark has over fifteen years’ experience as a studio musician in Los Angeles recording movies, albums, television broadcasts and numerous jingles as well as cartoons for Warner Brothers and Walt Disney. He has also performed in concerts with a wide range of artists including Quincy Jones, Natalie Cole, Celine Dion, Whitney Houston, Donna Summers, and Manhattan Transfer to name a few.

Some of Hollingsworth’s most significant accomplishments include memorable television appearances with Stevie Wonder, Ray Charles, Michael Bolton ,and Michael McDonald. He has worked on numerous recordings with Tom Petty, Luther Vandross, U2, the Library of Congress and soundtracks for the Ren & Stimpy show.

Hollingsworth’s musical breadth also includes skills on an extensive collection of flutes from around the world.