Respighi, Ottorino Passo Mezzo e Mascherada from Ancient Airs and Dances, Set #1 19 Telemann, George Philipp Vivace from Sonata in F Major for flute 110 Vivaldi, Antonio Adagio from Concerto Grosso in D Minor, Op. 3, #11 5 Whiting, Kahn & Egan Ain't We Got Fun 15 This famous orchestral piece is now available for an interchangeable woodwind ensemble. Respighi took 17th century lute pieces and arranged them to exploit the colors available to the modern orchestra. This is the first movement of the first suite. The melody flows throughout the ensemble with most parts getting sections to lead. Of all these warm and tuneful lute pieces, only one is likely to be familiar to audiences today. Italian composer Ottorino Respighi (1879 – 1936) orchestrated Molinaro’s Ballo detto il Conte Orlando for the opening movement of his Ancient Airs and Dances Suite No. 1 (1917), which has been performed and recorded by orchestras around the world. RESPIGHI Ancient Airs and Dances Suite No. 1, Fountains of Rome, Concerto Gregoriano STRAVINSKY Petrushka Suite, The Rite of Spring (1911 version), Chant du Rossignol (original version), Pulcinella Suite, Suite No. 1 for Small Orchestra, Fireworks, L'Histoire du Soldat, Scherzo Fantastique, Four Studies for Orchestra, Symphony No. 1 Features Airs of the Court (from Ancient Airs and Dances; Suite No. 3) by : Ottorino Respighi : Robert Longfield. From his famous Ancient Airs and Dances; 20th-century composer Ottorino Respighi used distinctive melodies from Renaissance composer Jean-Baptiste Besard in this second movement of the third suite.