Elevation of the Eucharist for flute ensemble
Louis James Alfred Lefebure-Wely (1817-1869) was born and died in Paris. He began music study with his father at the tender age of four, followed his lead as an organist, and became quite a prestigious one by finishing up his career at Saint-Sulpice.
The Elevation of the Eucharist was written for the moment in Holy Communion during which the priest elevates the host.
This flute choir arrangement is perfect for both weddings and funerals, in addition to general worship settings.