The Impressionist Era

Typically, there is not a tremendous amount of music in this era. What there is, however, is tremendous. Try supplementing with smaller works or soloists. Everyone thinks of harps with Impressionism, and it's a beautiful addition to a program. Let this program make "A Great Impression".

TITLE, COMPOSER/ARRANGER (GRADE, CATALOG #)

Anime et tres decide, Opus 10, Debussy/arr. Robert K. Webb (III+, FC-113)

Bohemian Dance, Debussy/arr. Laura Walter (III, FC-134)

Clair de Lune, Debussy/arr. Tom Kennedy (IV, FC-102)

Three Gnossiennes, Satie/arr. Anne McGinty (II, FC-43)

Three Gymnopedies, Satie/arr. Anne McGinty (II, FC-44)

Autumn Vespers, Alexandra Molnar-Suhajda (III, FC-309)

Bolero, Ravel/arr. Amy Rice-Young (II+, FC245)

Ma Mere L'Oye (Mother Goose Suite), Ravel/arr. Bruce Behnke (III-IV, FC210)

Sicilienne, Faure/arr. Robert K. Webb (III, FC-47)

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