Pomp and Circumstance March #1, Op39 #1 by Edward Elgar
Arranged for Piccolo, C Flute, Alto Flute and Bass Flute by Matt Johnston
Includes score and parts
Generally regarded as “The Graduation March,” Pomp and Circumstance was written by Edward Elgar in 1901 and first used in a graduation ceremony at Yale in June of 1905. Because every graduation ceremony is different, the infamous repeated section has multiple escape points and the piece can come to a close whenever is necessary. This arrangement is well suited for a flute quartet, but would also work equally as well in a flute choir setting.