Berbiguier 18 Exercises for Flute Edited by Georges Barrere

French flutist Berbiguier was a student of the Paris Conservatory. He was also a prolific composer, and this set of eighteen exercises for the flute is probably his most popular work. Most flutists today have studied and benefited from these advanced etudes.
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