Violin, Viola, Cello, Double Bass, String Orchestra - Advanced Intermediate - Digital Download
Composed by Gabriel Faure (1845-1924). Arranged by Flávio Régis Cunha. Impressionistic, Repertoire, Wedding, Funeral, Recital. Individual Part, Score, Set of Parts. 19 pages. Published by Flavio Regis Cunha (S0.577865).
Item Number: S0.577865
The Pavane originally written in F-sharp minor, Op. 50, is a pavane by the French composer Gabriel Fauré written in 1887. It was originally a piano piece, but is better known in Fauré's version for orchestra and optional chorus. This arrangement for string orchestra was composed in the key of G minor. Obtaining its rhythm from the slow processional Spanish court dance of the same name, the Pavane ebbs and flows from a series of harmonic and melodic climaxes, conjuring a haunting Belle Époque elegance. The piece is scored for only modest orchestral forces consisting of string instruments. A typical performance lasts about six minutes.It is suitable for a variety of performance applications and is for Advanced Intermediate level.
Flavio Regis Cunha is a pianist, conductor and composer from São Paulo - Brasil. He is currently finishing his doctorate at Mackenzie Presbyterian University where he works as conductor of the Mackenzie University Orchestra and resident composer. For more arrangements like this, works by commission or for any questions you can contact Flavio Regis Cunha at his facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/flavioregiscunha
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