This is Quoddy Jig, the concluding movement of Three Preludes. All done with the Flute Solo KS. I imported the MIDI file from Finale, then worked a lot in the sequencer to "micro-adjust" the conductor track, especially to account for how a flutist would take slight breaks for breath at the end of sections. Also, I spent a lot of time with note lengths and note velocities, or attacks. This was really important for realistic grace notes and to get the rise and fall of the phrases. I found the GPO4 flute sample to be quite flexible for getting something that approaches a realistic performance.
Here's the link: https://www.box.com/s/xvrhwaf2pyeyz1uoqn8x
The program notes:
III. Quoddy Jig. The jig is a lively folk dance that appears to have developed in England in the 16th century; it is now most familiar in Celtic music. Traditional (or “roots”) music is quite popular in eastern Maine, where I live, so it seemed natural for me to compose a pretty straightforward jig. The word quoddy is adapted from the Native American Micmac word meaning “fertile or beautiful place,” and aptly describes the region.
Thanks for listening.