Lazy Days (Flexible instrumentation) No 5 in the Encounter Series


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Lazy days (Part of the Encounter Series)

After some tough times, during the pandemic, we’re all looking forward to some happier times. “Lazy Days” is that feel-good, optimistic music that we all need to kick start a music recovery.

Educational Aspects:

The music contains  musical features that could be pointed  out to students:

Rhythmic interest—Duplets 

Added chords – Throughout

Chromatic Harmony— D is a good example C to Eb chords

Imitation: During the B section

Polyphonic texture – B is a good example

Tierce de picarde — Last two bars


The Encounter Series is a set of original compositions in a flexible format. The pieces can be performed with a minimum of three musicians (covering parts 1-3) and backing tracks. However, the piece enables you to expand to full school orchestra.

Flexible instrumentation:

Included in the download: full score with all parts; a short score showing parts 1 to 4 (concert pitch instruments) and piano; All instrument parts; 4 mp3s are included; reference mp3; piano, bass and drums ; drums only;

NB. Parts 1 to 3 are equal in difficulty.

Part 1:

Flute / Oboe, Bb Clarinet, Bb Trumpet, Violin

Part 2:

Bb Clarinet, Bb Trumpet/Euphonium/Trombone, Bass clef Euphonium/Trombone, Alto Saxophone/Eb Tenor Horn, Violin

Part 3:

Bb Clarinet, Bb Trumpet/Euphonium/Trombone, Bass clef Euphonium/Trombone, Tenor Saxophone, French Horn, Eb Tenor Horn, Violin, Viola

Part 4:

‘Cello/Double Bass/Tuba/Bass Guitar, Eb Bass, Bb Bass, chords

Part H: (Simple harmony part for beginners)

Parts in C, Bb, Eb and Bass clef concert pitch (for Trom / Eup)

Keyboard right hand with guitar chords


Piano, Drum Kit

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