Three Movements is a piece for Flute and Organ by Jehan Alain. Initially composed for Flute and Piano, it was adapted by Marie-Claire Alain.
Lasting 5 minutes 45 seconds, this work would be perfect for upper-intermediate players. The Flute has a key of 4 sharps and the Organ scores include some Pedals
This piece is divided into three parts: 1. Andante, 2. Allegro con grazia and 3. Allegro Vivace.
Jehan Alain is a French organist who became famous with his 'Suite For Organ'. A Student of Marcel Dupré and Roger Ducasse among others, he kept composing all his life. One of his most famous international pieces is 'Litanies'.