Scottish Flute Stomp, composed (c.1999) by Austin Alan Scott
“Scottish Flute Stomp is an entertaining encore piece for a flute ensemble of rather elastic proportions. It is primarily intended for a flute choir of at least four parts and piano, but it is just as effective with two concert flutes and piano, three flutes and piano, or even flute choir without piano. The string bass is optional. The piano should be used to fill in the harmony if neither bass flute nor string bass is available.” – Austin Alan Scott
Traditional tunes include “The Flowers O' Edinburgh”, “My Love Is But a Lassie Yet”, “The Laird O' Drumblair”, and “We're No' Awa' Tae Bide Awa' “
Additional rehearsal/performance notes are included with the score. Arranged for flute duet, trio, quartet or flute choir with optional piano and string bass.
Includes score and parts for C Flute 1, C Flute 2, C Flute 3 (or Alto Flute), Bass Flute, piano and string bass.