A ten minute sonatine in three movements, Diary of a Songbird was composed for Sarah Jackson to premiere at the 2014 NFA annual convention. Musically inspired by both the "song" and the "bird"
This energetic piece will be sure to dazzle any audience. From the chromaticism of the well-known theme and the lyrical trio to the addition of a show-stopper obbligato at the end, this is one that can not
Once published as single editions and now available in one great set, this collection of five Grade 3-5 pieces celebrates the distinctive musical styles of Italy, Mexico, America, Ireland, and France.
These books are great for individual study, private lessons and like-instrument lesson groups.
Levels I-II: Based on the Curriculum for New York State's Solo Festival.
Levels III-IV: Based on the Curriculum for New York State's Solo Festival.
Levels V-VI: Based on the Curriculum for New York State's Solo Festival.
Gist is a delightful two-movement piece for piccolo and piano. Mist evokes the mysterious atmosphere of the early morning, while Kissed captures a happy romp complete with circus motif, ending on a
Hall of Ghosts was composed in 2020 during the Covid-19 lockdown period; it was inspired by piccoloist Gudrun Hinze's video for Harberg's Prayer Project filmed in the hauntingly empty Gewandhaus
Written for piccolo virtuoso Christine Erlander Beard, Haven for piccolo and piano was written in response to a difficult time in the performer's life. She expressed that her one escape from her
Headstand, Cartwheels is a nuanced dialogue between piccolo and piano. The reflective first movement (Headstand) gives way to a percussive second movement (Cartwheels), contrasting through its
Selected and arranged by professional flutist/educator Amy Kempton and edited by Carl Strommen, these Grade 6 editions will become valuable additions to the piccolo
This arrangement of the classic Oboe Quartet in F, K. 370 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart is a must-have for the grade 6 piccolo soloist. Arranged by expert flutist Amy Kempton and edited by Carl
The most familiar of Mozart's piano sonatas, Sonata in C, K. 545 is sometimes referred to as the Sonata Semplice or Sonata Facile because of its elegance, simplicity and charm.
Paula Robison's collection of Sparklers offers an elegant dessert tray of fin de siecle treats from the Golden Age of Piccolo showpieces and two transcriptions from Kreisler's best-loved violin