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Guillame Dufays’ Missa se la face ay pale is is considered to be a hallmark  in the history of Western Music.  Publishing the Missa se la face ay pale for a flute consort broadens the literature available to flute ensembles, introduces flute players to the aesthetics of an earlier era, and it presents tuning, blending, balancing, and timbral challenges for the ensemble.  The mass can be performed in its entirety or in separate parts, and it can be performed by any family or group of “like” instruments.

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