Hornpipe: Redesdale hornpipe for flute and piano

Composer
trad.
Year of arrangement
2006
Lyricist
none
Difficulty
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
Duration
1 minute
Genre
Folk music
Instrumentation
Solo instrument + piano (Flute)
Instrumental parts
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BALICOURT, Simon: Sonata no 1 in B minor for flute and continuo, SHARP, Cecil: Morris Dances, arr. for Flute Choir (picc., 2fl, afl, bfl, tambourine), Sailors’ Hornpipes, Tom Bowling and Spanish Ladies for Recorder Quartet, Hornpipe: Sunshine hornpipe for flute and piano, SEA SHANTIES for Flute Choir (picc; 2fl; a/fl;bass fl ), Giuliani: Pieces faciles et agreables Op. 74 (flute and piano), Brooks-Davies: Lullaby for flute and clarsach, Brooks-Davies: Lullaby for alto flute and clarsach, Elgar, Edward: Salut d’amour for flute and piano, Christmas Carol Album for flute and piano (16 carols), Schubert: Impromptu in A flat (Op. 142, no 2) for flute and piano, Brooks-Davies: A First Suite for Classical Guitar, Brooks-Davies: Rondino poco Latino for solo flute, Hornpipe: Londonderry hornpipe (for flute and piano), Brooks-Davies: Dreaming: An Idyll for Flute and Piano, Mendelssohn: Lieder ohne worte, Book 2, #9 in E for flute and piano, Brooks-Davies: Flute Fidget for flute and piano, Beethoven: Fun for Elise: arr. for solo flute, Brooks-Davies: Allegro moderato (No 2 of Four Old-Style Miniatures for oboe and piano), Bach, J.S.: Flute Sonata in D (BWV 1028) from the viola da gamba sonata., Brooks-Davies: Air (No 1 of Four Old-Style Miniatures for oboe and piano), Brooks-Davies: Allegretto grazioso (No 4 of Four Old-Style Miniatures for oboe and piano), Mendelssohn: Lieder ohne worte, Book 3, #16 in A for flute and piano, Brooks-Davies: The Happy Poodle: For Harriet (simple piano solo) and Brooks-Davies: The Lazy Cuckoo: For Harriet (simple piano solo)

An excellent companion to the Londonderry hornpipe as a concert encore (see separate arrangement of Londonderry). Perhaps experiment with playing the repeat of section two an octave higher; and please feel free to try different articulations.

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