This Andaluza (or Playera) is part of a set of 12 Spanish Dances written in 1890, now arranged for six flutes. The color and harmonies lend themselves so well to the sonorities of a flute ensemble....
Always enjoyable, the classic theme from Grieg's Peer Gynt is now arranged for a sextet of saxophones (SAATTB), leading to a somewhat manic rock setting and a dynamic conclusion. For intermediate...
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The well-known final movement from Mozart's "Piano Sonata in A Major K. 331." The title, in English, Turkish Rondo, refers to an exotic "Turkish" style that was quite popular in his time. Good...
This piece requires no introduction - it is a jolly and happy piece throughout. The melody is found in all parts, and key changes and some variations have been included. A great closer for a Christmas...
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