Horseman Quartet Op74 #3 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Arranged for Piccolo, 2 C Flutes and Bass Flute (or alternate Alto Flute) by David H. Bailey
Includes score and parts
The Horseman Quartet, so named because of the primary themes of the first and fourth movements, brings the challenges of string quartet music to the flute world. It is in traditional string quartet four-movement form, opening with an allegro, followed by an andante, a minuet in the best Haydn tradition and concluding with another lively allegro. It is an energetic, fun piece, which will delight audiences while giving the musicians exciting challenges.