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Symphony No 41 in C 'Jupiter' 1st Movement, K551

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  • Staff Pick

Staff Pick

“Great music in a very good arrangement”

Chris Hankin Just Flutes staff member - [email protected]
The flute choir can be an excellent place to learn standard orchestral repertoire if the arrangement is good. Paige Dashner Long has bravely taken on Mozart's Jupiter symphony, and she has produced a version of the first movement which covers all the main orchestral textures whilst creating a piece that works really well for large numbers of flutes. Not only will you learn the main themes but also the form, which has been faithfully preserved. Highly recommended.

From the Publisher

This arrangement of Mozart’s magnificent final symphony is scored for flutes 1-4, alto flute, bass flute, with optional contrabass flute. It features many optional divisi sections in the concert flute parts, as well as the alto flute parts. It is possible to perform this arrangement with only one player per part, but the harmonic support for the flute 3 melodic content will be missing, and you will need two flutists on Flute 3 to best perform this arrangement. This publication is dedicated to the 2012 New England Conservatory Summer Metropolitan Flute Festival Orchestra. For advanced players.

Performance duration (approx): 8'00

Difficulty guide: 6-8
Difficulty level, roughly compared to ABRSM exam grades. 0 is beginner, 9 is advanced (beyond grade 8).

Item Details

Instrumentation

  • Part 1: Flute
  • Part 2: Flute
  • Part 3: Flute
  • Part 4: Flute
  • Part 5: Alto Flute
  • Part 6: Bass Flute
  • Part 7: Contrabass Flute in G
Category: Flute Choir Music: 7 Mixed Flutes
Publisher: Falls House Press
Publisher's reference: FH0446
Our Stock Code: 1338546
Media Type: Paperback - Score and parts

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