Difficulty level: D What's this? View Score. Play Audio. Your browser doesn't support HTML5 audio. Here is a link to the audio instead. Attributing a particular level of difficulty to an orchestral piece is awkward! A piece may be easy for the strings but difficult for the brass; it may feature a tricky instrumental solo but the other parts may be relatively straight forward.
This delightful arrangement for double wind quintet is by John Geddes. The Pavane was an Italian court dance of the 16th and early 17th century, originally called Padovana, from its roots in the city of Padua. It was traditionally slow and solemn in character. The Tordion was mostly commonly as in this case a brisk triple metre dance with, like the Galliard, a pattern of five steps cinque pas fitted to six beats, a jump on the last beat. In its more sophisticated forms the gentry could enjoy the simple pleasures of the country at wedding celebrations.
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