“March of the Musketeers” For Flute Ensemble (6 C Flutes)


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Scored for Six C Flutes, March of the Musketeers is a bright heroic march based upon the characters in the story of “The Three Musketeers”

Quite a simple piece, it is in ternary form starting in the concert key of C major with the middle section in F major, before returning to C major and on to a flourishing ending. The outer sections have strong melodic lines underpinned crisp staccato support providing a solid striding beat. The middle section (which should be played in exactly the same pulse) is more lyrical and legato featuring triplets, but still retains the underpinning crotchet beat, but with a more delicate approach for variation. After a short link passage which features a couple of time signature changes, the main theme returns with a short coda- like few bars to take the piece to a conclusion.

The full score is 15 pages and the parts are 3 each. It is 4 mins 15 in length. The whole score is on the youtube link for you to assess suitability.

Versions for Flute Choir (4 C Flutes, Alto and Bass) is also available, as is Clarinet Choir and Brass Sextet

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