Petite Suite de Concert was composed in 1911 and is one of the composer’s lighter works. Cast into four contrasting movements, the suite is very appealing and showcases Coleridge-Taylor’s memorable melody writing. It is said to be in a style somewhere between Edward Elgar and Arthur Sullivan, a delightful example of British Light Music. The lyrical serenade that is the third movement is full of rich textures and memorable melodies. The nuanced sway of this movement adds to its charm and dance-like roots.