Weekend in Paris. Original Jazz Waltz for Flute Ensemble (6 C Flutes) by Grant Horsley Sheet Music for Woodwind Ensemble at Sheet Music Direct
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Weekend in Paris. Original Jazz Waltz for Flute Ensemble (6 C Flutes) Digital Sheet Music
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Weekend in Paris. Original Jazz Waltz for Flute Ensemble (6 C Flutes)by Grant Horsley Flute Ensemble - Digital Sheet Music

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Scored for 6 C Flutes, Weekend in Paris is a bright jazz waltz intended to convey the excitement and anticipation of a trip to Paris. The music is to bring to mind pleasure in sightseeing, wandering around cafe's, seeing children at play, people dancing and laughing and families gathering in a happy relaxed atmosphere in the glorious sunshine.

The piece is in concert F major establishing the bright swingy rhythm, this then flows into the second section which is more lyrical and legato and is in E flat major. A short bridge section follows keeping the motif's heard in the first section but exploring the lower registers and remains largely legato. The first two sections are then heard again before a modulation takes place to give the piece a final lift before the end. The piece concludes quietly with a snippet of the opening motif.

I have set it to intermediate level but the whole score is on the youtube link for you to assess suitability. The music would be a great addition to any repertoire as a happy piece, programmatic with a world/travelling theme in mind.

Full score 16 pages-parts 4 pages. 4 mins 30 in length. Price is for the Full Score and all parts.

NB Another Flute choir version (4 C flutes, Alto and Bass Flute) is also available as is a Clarinet Choir version.

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