George Frideric Handel: Arrival Of The Queen Of Sheba (Piano Duet)
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The third act from the Symphony Solomon
has been arranged by Richard Simm and written for one piano - four hands - in B flat major. The best known piece of music from Solomon is the Act III Symphony, otherwise known as The Arrival of the Queen of Sheba.
Originally borrowed from an air by Porta, Handel first used it in a trio and later adapted it for Solomon, to show the flurry of excitement at the Queen's impending arrival.