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Flute, Alto Flute - Intermediate
Composed by George Frideric Handel (1685-1759). Arranged by John Gibson. Sacred, Christian, Christmas, Baroque Period. Set of Parts, Score. 96 pages. JB Linear #CHR0066. Published by JB Linear (S0.7044).
Item Number: S0.7044
Selections from the Christmas portion of Handel's Messiah. Arranged for flute quartet (3 C flutes and 1 Alto Flute/4th C flute and optional keyboard (harpsichord). Not easy music, but it is accessible. The keyboard part adds a nice Baroque flavor to the music, but it is optional. The music includes: Overture, O Thou that Tellest Good Tidings to Zion, For Unto Us a Child is Born, Pastoral Symphony, and Glory to GodThe audio sample is from "For Unto Us a Child is Born".
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