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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.
For anything not permitted by the above licence then you should contact the publisher first to obtain permission.
Reviews of Stately Dance for mixed winds by David Wheatley
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