Su Lian Tan is an inspired and inspiring flutist and composer whose Autumn Lute-Song was commissioned for the Vermont Symphony's autumn tour in 1995. Tan transforms the string orchestra into a
A delightful collection of Baroque music for the advancing flute soloist. Including works by Bach, Handel and Rameau, this comprehensive collection features lesser-known and rarely available pieces from a
A collection of 17th and 18th century works by Boismortier, Loeillet, and Rameau, as well as rarely available pieces from a range of other composers. Composer biographies are included. Pieces are graded and
Three movements based on chant melodies, Ave Maria, Stabat Mater and Salve Regina, for this new duo for the pairing of flute and organ. Written for the 125th anniversary of the Basilica
The most popular works of flute literature in one volume: Best of Flute Classics gaps the bridge between the Baroque periods and the modern era with pieces by Handel, J.S. Bach, C.P.E. Bach,
Philadelphia's own marvelously talented Simpson family come together in Calvary for flute and piano. World-renowned mezzo-soprano Marietta Simpson and composer / organist / vocalist Evelyn
A traditional early American hymn scored for a medium-advanced instrumental soloist. A good choice for communion and other special moments during a worship service.
A three-movement salute to J.S. Bach, Schocker's Concertino Italiano is a fascinating combination of originality and the Baroque. The movements (Allegro, Andante and Presto) each
The Concerto No. 1 in G Major, K. 313 is one of the most important pieces for the flute. This publication has been carefully edited by Carol Wincenc to help students in their learning and
This concerto by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, K. 314 in D Major, represents one of the most important pieces for the flute. This publication helps students in their learning and preparation of these great works
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
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