Fauré - Dolly Suite (wind quintet and piano)
Arranged for wind quintet and piano
CONTENTS: Berceuse, Mi-a-ou, Le jardin de Dolly, Kitty - Valse, Tendresse, Le pas Espagnol
Gabriel Fauré composed his Dolly Suite in 1893-1896 as a work for piano duet, bringing together six separate pieces that were written at different times. It was dedicated to Helène Bardac (or 'Dolly') who was the daughter of Emma Bardac, a singer and later the wife of Claude Debussy. This arrangement for wind quintet and piano is based on both the piano original and the 1906 orchestration by Henri Rabaud.
Instrumentation: flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, horn, piano
Includes full score and complete set of parts