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Originally for violin and piano, this little piece of salon music has a distinctive charm and simplicity. Probably written in the 1840s, it has a straightforward ABA structure. I have already posted the violin version on Score Exchange, and this is readily playable by flautists. But the piece is so charming, I thought I’d take the liberty of making it available to flute choirs. I hope I have at least retained the spirit of the original. Initial copy-text: The Collected Compositions of HRH The Prince Consort, ed. W.G.Cusins (London, n.d. [1882?]), pp. 220-21. Queen Victoria authorised this edition from her Master of the Queen’s Musick, so we can trust its fidelity to the Prince’s intentions.
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