Sérénade Populaire for Flute and Piano
- Staff Pick
This capricious and well-written piece is a little less daunting than some of the core repertoire. Easy on the eye and with a simple rhythmic structure, much of the interest is added by the piano harmonies. The expressive introduction gives scope for those with a great sound to shine, before a tricky little Allegretto has to be negotiated before the opening returns. The Allegro spiritoso has a catchy rhythm and uses scale passages to create the excitement. Trick fingerings for the end will allow your virtuosity to bring the house down!
From the Publisher
An effective piece ranging between romantic and jazz which, in places, is reminiscent of circus music! Originally composed for mouth organ by Paul Lewis, this popular little work has now been arranged for flute.
Performance duration (approx): 5'