Part 4 F from Arrival of the Queen of Sheba
The aim of flexible scoring is so that the arrangement can be used with any combination of instruments big or small.
There are 4 main parts to this piece arranged for a selection of different keys. All you have to do is decide which instrument(s) will play each part and what key they are in, then print out the correct parts. This way you can suit the needs and standards of your ensemble personally and save money by not printing every part.
The octaves may vary depending on the instrument and is up to the performer to decide which octave is best for them.
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