The one that I posed already was Star of the County Down.
Now, to add to my collect of folk song arrangements are Green Bushes and Gravel Walk.
Green Bushes is an English folk song. It is in 3/4 and in Eb major. The beginning is a misterioso section, where the melody is introduced by the English horn and the oboe. The con moto section starts off with the flute having the melody, and they key is now Bb. Then the rest of the band enters, and it ends on a D Major chord....kinda because I felt like it, I guess.
Gravel Walk is a kind of Irish reel (thanks peerke112), I guess. A bassoon solo starts it off, and then it kinda just goes on from there. I had the most trouble with this piece because I didn't really know how to get the sound I wanted. I never composed anything in this style, so I was just kinda guessing and struggling my way through most of the time.
Yeah, so just tell me what you think of both of them! Since the first one was written without saxophones, I just did that for the other two. Sorry saxophones!!!