Scherzo from Op 24 for flute and string

$13.00

This very exciting Scherzo by Beethoven is part of the sonata for violin and piano commonly named “Le Printemps”. This flute choir arrangement is inspired by the principal themes of the Scherzo and is offered in three versions: for 5, 6, or 7 flutes plus optional cello or double bass. It can easily stand with flutes alone, but the optional cello or double bass will give foundation to the tempo in addition to a nice jazz energy to the piece. The demo is played at 210, but this tempo may vary as desired. It makes a great encore!

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Sextet

Concert performance by “APERTO!” flute ensemble

Octet

Concert performance by “APERTO!” flute ensemble

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Specifications

Title:
Scherzo from Op 24
Composer:
Ludwig van Beethoven
Arranger:
Denis Barbier
Tempo/Style:
Prestissimo
Length:
1 minute to 2 minutes
Parts:
6 parts, 7 parts, or 8 parts
Difficulty:
Intermediate
Instruments for Sextet:
3 C flutes
1 Alto flute
1 Bass flute
1 Cello or Double Bass (optional)
Instruments for Septet:
3 C flutes
1 Alto flute
2 Bass flute
1 Cello or Double Bass (optional)
Instruments for Octet:
3 C flutes
2 Alto flute
2 Bass flute
1 Cello or Double Bass (optional)

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