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This is the score for the Piano Trio arrangement of the Phoenix Waltz which was originally written to celebrate all of the musicians who played in the legendary Auchterby Band and the numerous musical line-ups born out of the ashes of that band. The Auchterby Band was a ceilidh band based in Aberdeen, Scotland which usually played fast and furious folky music for Scottish dancing at weddings, parties and various drunken events. The Phoenix Waltz is not fast and furious nor is it actually particularly folky or Scottish in style (more like Jazz) but, nevertheless, works well as a last waltz of the evening. I arranged it for Piano, Violin and Cello for a fundraising concert to raise money for a new piano for our village hall and managed to rope in a couple of fantastic young musicians, through my piano teacher, to compensate for my mediocre piano playing. The piano, at that point, was borrowed and very out of tune, but the concert itself was totally unique and very special. I have included a recording from the concert which I hope you like. On listening to it I feel it is slightly rushed (I was nervous) so relax, take it easy and lets it breathe!
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