Poulenc - Mouvements Perpetuels Fl/Gtr
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Francis Poulenc (1899-1963) was an energetic French composer who is known for both his light-hearted instrumental works, and his more serious sacred and choral music. His Mouvements Perpétuels (1918) was originally composed for Piano and is one of his earliest works, penned while he was a conscript in the French army. While it has rightly endured to this day, the older Poulenc did not like it, thinking it detracted from his later, more sombre work. This popular version of Mouvements Perpétuels is arranged for Flute and Guitar.