Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon, Woodwind Quintet, Tuba, Horn in F, Double Bass, Chamber winds, symphonic winds, tentet, decet, dectet, double wind quintet, piccolo - Advanced - Digital Download
By Malcolm Arnold. Arranged by Ray Thompson. Score, Set of Parts. 33 pages. Published by RayThompsonMusic (H0.656833-SC001309473).
Item Number: H0.656833-SC001309473
English Dances, Op. 27 and 33, are two sets of light music pieces, composed for orchestra by Malcolm Arnold in 1950 and 1951.
Each set consists of four dances inspired by, although not based upon, country folk tunes and dances
Each movement is denoted by the tempo marking, as the individual movements are untitled.
There are 4 mvts in each suite.
This is the 1st movement of the second suite.
It was used from 1969 to 2008 as the theme music for the long-running UK television programme What the Papers Say, and was used again for the revived version of the programme on BBC Radio Four.
It is arranged for double wind quintet/bass/tuba.
One of the flutes plays piccolo throughout.
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