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Walking The Dog
Gershwin's quirky little piece was originally written as incidental music for the film "Shall We Dance" starring Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers; it accompanied a sequence featuring a variety of glamorous dogs being walked on a luxury liner. The outer sections feature a cheeky flute solo with the accompanying flutes striding out jauntily underneath. In the middle section a more lyrical melody is passed around the choir. If you are looking for a tune to whistle whilst walking your pooches, this is the very thing!
Grading: 2 to 8
Composer: Gershwin, G.
Arranger: Orriss, M.
Instrumentation: Flute Choir: Solo Fl, 4 Fls, Afl, Bfl.
Listen to a sample:This piece is not available in the USA for copyright reasons.