Composition - - American Recorder Society
Wombats' Waltz
By Anthony St. Pierre December 2005
The title is just an alliterative gimmick — wombats do not waltz! This name however seems to have piqued the curiosity of many YouTube viewers who were perhaps expecting to see some sort of wombat ritual. The piece is a five-part rondo and presents no particular technical difficulties. Duration: 2:15

On the ARS website and YouTube recording, the performers are: Janos Ungvary, alto; Anthony St. Pierre, tenor; Scott Paterson, bass.
-- Anthony St. Pierre
Play Along Instructions for Wombat Waltz (ATB)
Download the score and parts and listen to the accompanying recording.  Then download the play along files and have fun collaborating with virtual colleagues. There are play along mp3s for all three voices. Select the file that omits the part you wish to play. Excepting the tenor/bass file, where the tempo is well established before the alto enters at b. 5, there is a six-beat count-in before the music starts.

Bass - Tenor accompaniment (you play Alto)
Bass - Alto accompaniment (you play Tenor)
Tenor - Alto accompaniment (you play Bass)
No. of Recorder Parts: 3
Difficulty: Easy
Occasion: Any
Libraries: New Music for Recorder, Play-alongs
Date Added: 07/01/2019
Style: Concert, Tonal/Melodic, Recorded Accompaniment