Full Orchestra - Early Intermediate
Composed by Henry Purcell (1659-1695). Arranged by Tyler Merideth. Baroque Period, General Worship, Repertoire. Score, Set of Parts. 33 pages. Published by Tyler Merideth (S0.102797).
Item Number: S0.102797
I wrote this arrangement of the famous rondeau by Henry Purcell for a
school ceremony where freshman receive a patch containing the school
crest signifying their entrance into the high school. At the time, the school
orchestra was what some directors may label "an island of misﬁt toys" as
there was a clarinet here, some horns over here, a few pianos and some
strings. This hodgepodge group gave me the opportunity to create a
ﬂexible, rich arrangement with lots of parts being doubled. This work has
been purchased all over the world and continues to be my best selling
piece due to it's accessibility and simplicity.
If you would like to share how you used this piece or would like to explore
more of my works, please visit tylermerideth.com
October 16th, 2017
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