The delightful Pavane Op.50 by Gabriel Faure, expertly arranged by Jack Gently for Flute and Piano.
The Pavane is a stately Renaissance dance that was common in Europe during the 16th Century and Faure’s processional alludes to these origins. His characteristic alluring harmonies are complimented by a meandering, languid and somnambular rhythm and have led to its popularity. A widely played and well known orchestral piece in a beautiful and effective setting for Flute and Piano.
I love this peice and have always wanted to purcase an ararngement for flute. This is perfect for a bit of fun during your studies and a usful solo for any concerts. Anonymous
- (London, United Kingdom)