When Gary Schocker set out to create a Latin-inspired suite to premiere with high-energy Chilean-born flutist Viviana Guzman at the 2014 NFA convention, this could only lead to Danger: High
The duet repertoire for C flute with alto flute is greatly enhanced by Gary Schocker's first work for mixed flute duo. Schocker treats the instrumentals as equals sharing and alternating themes and
This is a straightforward yet beautiful arrangement of the famous tune. It will require sensitive musicianship and good technique, but is such a fine piece, it practically plays itself.
Faure's most celebrated orchestral work, the Pavane is well-known for its haunting flute solo - as beautiful as it is challenging at times in the authentic key of F-sharp minor. Within one
Commissioned by the Palisades Vituosi, Gary Schocker's Sonata No. 2 for Flute, Clarinet, and Piano is a formal work - perfect for recitals by flutists, clarinetists, and flute/clarinet duos. The
A foremost standard of the flute repertoire for over two decades, Gary Schocker's Three Dances for Two Flutes has been transcribed for saxophones by the young alto saxophonist Yo Matsushita, whose
The mysterious and exotci life of underwater flowers is equally mysterious and exotic in Gary Schocker's new work for two bass flutes, composed for Peter Sheridan and Sue Ann Kahn. The three movements
Vultures was commissioned in 2013 for 15 saxophone duos throughout the United States. It is a single movement (fast, slow, fast) lasting seven minutes. Vultures was premiered in March 2014
Following the release of Leonard Garrison and Shannon Scott's Albany CD of Dorff's Two Cats and other flute/clarinet duets, The Scott-Garrison Duo commissioned Dorff to even the score with a sequel
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