alto flute & harp
alto flute & piano
alto flute & piano: T82-E2010-2
flute & piano: T82-E2010-3
3. One Train May Hide Another
Few changes have been made from the original. However, the most substantial alteration occurs in the second movement, "Permanently", where the song requires that the singer speak several lines of text These areas have been filled in with musical material from the third movement, "One Train May Hide Another", as well as a brief allusion to Beethovenâ€™s Symphony No. 3 (to complement the existing quote from the second movement of his Symphony No. 7!).
Many thanks to my good friend Chet Biscardi for the off-hand remark that spawned this arrangement, and to Marc Peloquin for whom I paraphrased "One Train May Hide Another" (which goes by the title Best at dawn), which put me in an arranging mood.