Vivaldi Winter Concerto from The Four Seasons for Flute Ensemble Arr. by Bill Hutzel

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Antonio Vivaldi’s Four Seasons is probably Vivaldi’s most familiar work, originally written for orchestral strings in the early 1700’s. In 2007 I arranged the Winter Concerto from Antonio Vivaldi’s Four Seasons for 5 flutes (3 C-flutes, alto and bass flutes). It is in the key of F minor.  Unlike the original composition where there is a principal violin, here all flutes are given equal opportunity to be challenged. The trick is to make flutes, parts 1, 2 and 3, sound seamlessly as one flute. 
The video above is a sound recording SAMPLING of 

  • I. Allegro con molto 
  • II. Largo (for solo flute with flute accompaniment)
  • III. Allegro

Contains: Flutes 1, 2, and 3, alto and bass flutes and Complete Score (32 pages)

Note: All parts available together or the Largo movement can be purchased separately


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