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Flourishes, Sennets and Tuckets are all types of fanfare used by William Shakespeare in his plays to announce the arrival of notable personages or as musical interludes. If played as a suite with its companion pieces I suggest the order "Tintern Tuckets", "Scotney Sennets" and then "Fountains Flourish".
The ruins of the once thriving Tintern Abbey stands on the Welsh banks of the River Wye and dates from the 12th Century. "Tintern Tuckets" is full of short fanfares which reappear in various guises indicating the arrival of Nobility and lesser mortals. The Abbey is still a busy site but now solely frequented by tourists. Concert pitch parts are available for German Brass ensembles - Just Ask!
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