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Flute, Flute Choir (or Quartet): 2 flutes, alto flute (c-part included), bass flute - Intermediate
By Celine Dion. Arranged by Phyllis Avidan Louke, ASCAP. Score, Set of Parts. 18 pages. Published by Louke Publishing (H0.130717-18446).
Item Number: H0.130717-18446
This beautiful love theme from the motion picture TITANIC with music by James Horner, translates wonderfully to the scoring for flute ensemble. This arrangement can be performed with as few as 4 players or a full flute choir with multiple players on a part. It is scored for 2 flutes, alto flute (alternate c-flute part included), and bass flute. Phyllis Avidan Louke is a flutist and award-winning composer and arranger with more than 50 published pieces to her credit. www.phyllislouke.com Categories: Movies, Love Songs"2016 Arranging Contest Entry".
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