Flute part from Kitty-Valse (Dolly Suite no.4)

arranged for wind quintet from the original piano duet (revised June 2017)

Composer
Gabriel Fauré
Duration
3 minutes
Genre
Classical music

Faure’s piano duet entitled “Dolly Suite” is here arranged by Philip Le Bas for a wind quintet. “Dolly” was the nickname of the baby daughter of Emma Bardac, with whom Faure had a long-running affair, and each of the pieces has a slightly different association with childhood.

“Kitty-Valse” has nothing to do with cats but with the family dog “Ketty”, who whirls round and round, in unrelenting cheerfulness.

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