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Chanson de Nuit [Flute and Piano], Op15/1


From the Publisher

Sir Edward Elgar was born in Worcester in 1857. Until the outstanding success of the 'Enigma' Variations in 1899, he was considered a 'provincial' composer - and a largely self taught one at that. In the earlier part of Elgar's career as a composer, he wrote several short pieces which became very popular indeed. Chanson de Nuit is one such, the second of a pair (Chanson de Matin being the other), which carried his name far and wide before his larger orchestra works appeared. It was published in several versions at once: for string orchestra, for small orchestra, for violin and piano and so on - so it is almost impossible to say, with any degree of certainty, which was the original version. This arrangement makes a useful addition to the repertoire for flute.

Difficulty guide: 5
Difficulty level, roughly compared to ABRSM exam grades. 0 is beginner, 9 is advanced (beyond grade 8).

Item Details

Category: Romantic Flute and Piano Music
Publisher: Fentone Music
Publisher's reference: F286-401
Our Stock Code: 981989
Media Type: Paperback - Score and parts