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In the classical world, the soprano lends itself well to transcriptions of Baroque/Classic sonatas and concerti for oboe, flute, and occasionally other instruments. Albinoni, Bach, and Telemann are good composers to search.

And although it is by no means a traditional tune or standard, Michael Brecker's "Song for Barry" would sound pretty hip with sop all the way through.
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