Arnold Sarabande for Flute and Piano


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Arnold Sarabande for Flute and Piano

Arnold Sarabande for Flute and Piano

From the Ballet ‘Solitaire’ (1956)


Originally for orchestra, Sarabande was one of two new pieces added to Arnold’s English Dances of 1951. This completed the score of Kenneth MacMillan’s Solitaire, first performed in 1956 by the Royal Ballet at Sadler’s Wells Theatre, London. This arrangement is by Alan Poulton.

Composer-Malcolm Arnold

English composer, Sir Malcolm Henry Arnold (1921-2006) composed an array of works in a variety of genres. His compositional output includes nine symphonies, numerous concertos, concert works, chamber music, choral music and music for brass/wind bands amongst other works.

Malcolm Arnold Works Involving the Flute

Trio for Flute, Viola and Bassoon Op. 6 (1942)
Flute Sonata 1942
Quintet for Flute, Violin, Viola, Horn and Bassoon, Op. 7 (1944)
Duo for Flute and Viola, Op. 10 (1946)
Flute Sonatina, Op. 19 (1948)
English Dances (1950/51) arranged by Paul Harris for Flute and Piano
Divertimento for Flute, Oboe and Clarinet, Op. 37 (1952)
Flute Concerto No. 1, Op. 45 (1954)
Sarabande from the Ballet ‘Solitaire’ (1956) arranged for flute and piano
Fantasy for Flute and Clarinet (1960s)
Fantasy for Flute Op. 89 (1966)
Flute Concerto No. 2, Op. 111 (1972)
Flute Sonata (1977)
Solitaire arranged for flute and piano

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