DVORAK, Anton: Serenade for Strings, Op. 22, # 2 Tempo di Valse for Flute Choir (3fl, afl,bfl)

Composer
Anton Dvorak (1841-1904)
Year of composition
1875
Arranger
Douglas Brooks-Davies
Year of arrangement
2014
Difficulty
Difficult (Grades 7+)
Duration
4 minutes
Genre
Classical music
Instrumentation
Quintet (Flute)
Instrumental parts
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I have already uploaded the first movement of the Serenade, Op. 22 for Flute Choir. I have posted the Tempo di Valse separately for convenience. As with the Moderato, I have kept the flutes as far as possible to the pitches of the original, with no unnecessary upping of octaves. The key of the Trio means that the altos are playing in G flat, though in practice this is not quite as formidable as it might appear. As the movement is quite long, especially if played with the Moderato, I decided to omit all repeats. These occur, in effect, at all double bars, so can be readily reintroduced (except in the repeat of the Valse) if required. If you can play it, it will be another winner with audiences.

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