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Three Ayres from Gloucester

By Hugh M. Stuart

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Concert Band (Score & Parts) - Grade 2-3
Composed by Hugh M. Stuart. Arranged by Robert Longfield. FlexBand. Softcover. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.4004739).

Item Number: HL.4004739

9x12 inches. Hugh M. Stuart/adapt. Robert Longfield.

This playable yet musically rewarding three-movement suite was composed by Hugh M. Stuart in 1969 and continues to be a popular work for contest and festivals. Skillfully adapted here for flexible instrumentation, the music captures the early English folksong style with moods and dances of the common folk. Duration: 5:00.

CONDUCTOR SCORE (FULL SCORE) 28 pages

PERCUSSION 1 2 pages

PERCUSSION 2 2 pages

TIMPANI 2 pages

MALLET PERCUSSION 2 pages

PT.1 - BB CLARINET/BB TRUMPET 2 pages

PT.1 - VIOLIN 2 pages

PT.2 - EB ALTO SAXOPHONE 2 pages

PT.3 - BB CLARINET 2 pages

PT.3 - BB TENOR SAXOPHONE 2 pages

PT.3 - EB ALTO SAX/ALTO CLAR. 2 pages

PT.3 - F HORN 2 pages

PT.3 - VIOLIN 2 pages

PT.3 - VIOLA 2 pages

PT.4 - BB TENOR SAX/BAR. T.C. 2 pages

PT.4 - F HORN 2 pages

PT.4 - TROMBONE/BAR. B.C./BSN. 2 pages

PT.4 - CELLO 2 pages

PT.5 - BB BASS CLARINET 2 pages

PT.5 - TROMBONE/BAR. B.C./BSN. 2 pages

PT.5 - BARITONE T.C. 2 pages

PT.5 - CELLO 2 pages

PT.5 - TUBA 2 pages

PT.5 - STRING/ELECTRIC BASS 2 pages

PT.1 - FLUTE 2 pages

PT.1 - OBOE 2 pages

PT.2 - BB CLARINET/BB TRUMPET 2 pages

PT.2 - VIOLIN 2 pages

PT.5 - EB BARITONE SAXOPHONE 2 pages

  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 4

    Keith
    Location:
    Australia
    Difficulty Level:
    Early intermediate
  • January 28, 2017 Deceptively easy

    This is a great introduction to Folk Song styles for young bands or indeed for adult amateurs. It is not technically challenging but to play the three movements convincingly and with style is something many band musicians will find requires great control. The first movement in particular is interesting: despite...

    the good arranging it could sound trite if not sensitively performed. Flex arrangements have great advantages for small bands but the downside is often with blandness in the scoring. With the Gloucester Ayres this is not as noticeable. The set the 3 short movements provides an excellent foil to other more boisterous pieces in a well constructed concert programme.

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