Serenade Sextet, Op 34 for flute and string orchestra

$25.00

This piece was commissioned in the 1880s by flutist Eugene Weiner for his New York Philharmonic Club Sextet.

The opening movement is broad and expansive. The slow movement is a beautiful elegy. The Intermezzo has some lovely writing for flute with pizzicato strings, and the finale is a real workout.

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Title:
Serenade Sextet, Op 34
Composer:
Arnold Krug
Arranger:
Laurence W. Key
Tempo/Style:
Vivace, Andantino, Allegro
Length:
20 minutes to 21 minutes
Parts:
6 parts
Difficulty:
Moderate
Instruments:
1 C Flute
2 Violins
1 Viola
1 Cello
1 Double Bass

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