Gypsy for flute ensemble

$11.00

The listener of this traditional Eastern European dance will ​be tempted to ​sway to its pulse and ​possibly imagine ​​another part of ​the world.

The solos are shared with the piccolos and flute ​one​,​ while the melody moves through all parts. There is an optional bass clef ​part ​for a string bass, cello or bassoon if the choir doesn't have a contrabass flute.

Gypsy should be played in a legato style for the drone effect. Its molto accelerando ending ​results in a fiery ​climax.

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Performed by the Circle of Flutes

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Specifications

Title:
Gypsy
Composer:
Traditional Eastern European
Arranger:
Ann Lindquist
Tempo/Style:
Moderato
Length:
3 minutes to 4 minutes
Parts:
8 parts
Difficulty:
Intermediate, 2 parts are Moderate
Instruments:
2 Piccolo
2 C flutes
2 Alto flute
1 Bass flute
1 Contrabass flute, optional ​double ​bass, cell​o​, or bassoon

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