Flute part A part from Stately Dance for mixed winds by David Wheatley

A dance in the Elizabethan style

2 minutes
Modern classical music

This charming piece for a small wind ensemble in the style of a 17th century Courtly Dance, was written for a group of friends of varying abilities, to play at a concert. It is multi-purpose - i.e. it can be used with varying combinations of wind, as long as all parts A-G are used - alternative instrumental parts for parts E,F and G are provided. The 1st clarinet part could also be played by a soprano sax. For small groups use a single player on each of parts A-G. The original was written for flute, oboe, 3xBb clarinets, a bass clarinet and a tenor drum. The 2 drum parts H and J are optional and add extra colour.

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