For trumpet or euphonium (treble clef). No bass clef part provided. The English Suite is based upon music from the 16th and 17th centuries. Two of the melodies are identified with specific composers: "Rule Britannia" was composed by Thomas Arne (1710-1788) ) and "My Lovely Celia" by George Munro (1680-1731). The remaining melodies are closely related to folk songs and not attributed to specific composers. In the first and final movements two songs of similar styles are combined. The remaining three movements are lyric in character, and the solo instrument plays the melody and then a descant as the original melody is played by the piano. -the composer
Contains: Prelude (Rule Britannia); Aria (My Lovely Celia); Pastoral (Greensleeves); Andante (Polly Oliver); Finale (Begone Dull Care- The Jolly Miller). Varies between level 1 and 3 in difficulty.