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Favorite Wedding Classics - Flute


By Keith Snell

1-3 flutes (solo, duet or trio) - Advanced; Intermediate
Flute. Arranged by Keith Snell. Instrumental Series; Masterworks. Favorite Series. Wedding and Love. Instrumental songbook. With full score notation. 39 pages. Alfred Music #00-F3228FLX. Published by Alfred Music (AP.F3228FLX).

Item Number: AP.F3228FLX

ISBN 9780769256337. 9x12 inches. English.

15 intermediate to advanced level arrangements of the most often requested classical pieces for weddings. These can be played as solos, duets or trios. Additional instrumental parts and piano accompaniment sold separately.

  • Air (From The Water Music)  Composed by George Frideric Handel, Eb Major
  • Ave Maria  Composed by Charles Gounod/J.S. Bach, F Major
  • Bist Du Bei Mir (If Thou Are Near)  Composed by Johann Sebastian Bach, C Major
  • Bridal Chorus (From Lohengrin)  Composed by Richard Wagner, Bb Major
  • Hornpipe (From The Water Music)  Composed by George Frideric Handel, C Major
  • Jesu, Joy Of Man's Desiring  Composed by Johann Sebastian Bach, F Major
  • La Rejouissance (From Royal Fireworks Music)  Composed by George Frideric Handel, Bb Major
  • Let The Trumpets Sound (from The Cantanta No. 207)  Composed by Johann Sebastian Bach, Bb Major
  • March (From Judas Maccabaeus)  Composed by George Frideric Handel, F Major
  • Prelude (From Te Deum)  Composed by Marc-Antoine Charpentier, Bb Major
  • Prince Of Denmark's March  Composed by Jeremiah Clarke, Bb Major
  • Rondeau (From Symponies For The King)  Composed by Jean-Joseph Mouret, F Major
  • Sarabande  Composed by Johann Sebastian Bach, Bb Major
  • Trumpet Tune  Composed by Henry Purcell, Bb Major
  • Wedding March (From Midsummers Night's Dream)  Composed by Felix Bartholdy Mendelssohn, F Major
  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 2

    Difficulty Level:
    Early intermediate
  • January 28, 2004 Not impressive arrangements

    The songs in this book are not put together well. They don't sound good without the accomp. But the piano parts just follow the flute notes so it just sounds too simplified, and not flowing. I would not recommend it.

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  • 3

    Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada
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  • September 25, 2001 Accompaniment book a necessity

    Some of the most popular classical wedding music is included in this book and for that I give it high marks. The possibility of playing solo or duet or trio is a plus. It should be noted that it is absolutely necessary to play with piano accompaniment. Even though the...

    notes in the book state that the use of piano is optional, there are entire phrases in most pieces that are missing in the music if the piano is not played. With the piano accompaniment, it's an excellent addition to the flutist's wedding repertoire.

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    Rochester, NH
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  • January 21, 2001 Confusing Instrumentation

    This could be a great book but instead it comes short. There is a companion piano book that can also be purchased, but the jacket discription states that the instrumental book can be used without piano; however, this results in long measures of rests. It works to just skip the...

    rests and continue on, however the pieces are considerably shortened and some seem to be really lacking in the melody line if this is done.

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