Lady Radnor's Suite, composed by C. Hubery H. Parry, and arranged by John E. Davis.
This piece is a delightful four movement work that combines very “English” sounding melodies and harmonies within a framework of buoyant, baroque-style dance movements. This unusual late 19th century work for string orchestra is arranged for 3 C flutes, one alto flute & one bass flute part, accommodating an ensemble of five to eleven flutists, and all movements are PERFECT for weddings! This piece is featured on our Points of View CD.
1) Prelude (Vivace)
2) Bouree (Allegro vivace)
3) Slow Minuet (Andante)
4) Gigue (Vivace)
Scored for 3 C flutes, alto flute, and bass flute (accommodating an ensemble of five to eleven flutists)
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