Two Light Pieces by Percy E Fletcher
Arranged for Wind Quintet by Peter Merry
Instrumentation: flute, oboe, clarinet, horn, bassoon
Score and parts
1. Lubly Lulu
British composer Percy Fletcher, born in Derby in 1859, was a notable organist and composer who is now best known for his light music, much of which was written for performance in the London theatres at the turn of the 20th Century. In his day, his choral music was popular with church and amateur choirs, though today he is only known for a few light orchestral works, brass band pieces and a handful of piano miniatures, from which come these two arrangements.