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Schocker, Gary - Underwater Flowers

For two bass flutes. Duration 8:00. (2014)
$9.99

Story, Michael - Pop Duets for All

Pop Duets for All is a versatile, educational, and fun series intended for like or mixed instruments to perform in any size group or combination of instruments. All books are in score format with each line increasing in difficulty from Grade 1 to Grade 3-4. Alternate passages and notation are included to suit instrumental ranges. With no page turns required, the songs and measures are consistent which makes finding rehearsal points quick and convenient. Perfect for concerts with family and friends, recitals, auditions, and festivals.
$6.95

Telemann for Two

Six Canonic Sonatas for two flutes. Playable as duets or solo with CD.
$15.95

Vance, Howard - Doable Duos

If you want people to play both parts of a duet, don't ask. Just write out both parts for each player. Doable Duos are based on familiar melodies and the range rarely exceeds two octaves. Major and minor keys through three sharps or flats are used. By forcing each player to perform the accompaniment, sight reading and musicianship improve. Performers learn and hear unfamiliar melodies that sing the bass line, imply chords, create fill-ins, and serve as musical development. Counter melodies create interest by stretching the mind's ear to new possibilities. Doors open, and beginners pass through.
$15.00

Vance, Howard - Tootin' with my Tutor: Student and Teacher Flute Duets

This book with 50+ duets is designed to be played by students and teachers together. This book was conceived pedagogically to take students from 3 note "BAG songs" to expressive melodies like "Danny Boy". There is ample material for recitals and special occasions like weddings, birthdays and even funerals. To turn these duets into trios, simply utilize the chord symbols with suggested bass lines included. To tape into instant gratification, most melodies are written low with few accidentals.
$15.00

Vance, Howard - Wind Shir!

Wind Shir! is a collection of Jewish songs arranged in duets for two flutes. People like Jewish music! This music pricks our western ears with its chromatically altered, minor dark side. Every time I tell someone about this project, they wind up giving me their business card and tell me to send them two copies when the book is finished.
$15.00

Vance, Howard -Two Flutes are Better than One

Two Flutes Are Better Than One! 50 flute duets with chord symbols for gigs, recitals, church services, and technical workouts. A CD crammed full of our favorites is included. Fire the piano player 'cause this book works!
$30.00

Voxman - Selected Duets for Flutes Vol. 1

This classic series of duets for like instruments is recognizable to nearly everyone who has ever studied an instrument. The wealth of material supplements musical development and provides a rich experience for growing musicians. Duet playing is often a student's first form of ensemble experience - technique, tone quality, intonation and balance are introduced as students do one of the things they enjoy most - making music with a friend. And duet playing leads easily and naturally to competent performance in larger ensembles. (Vol. I – Easy to Medium)
$8.95

Voxman - Selected Duets Vol. 2

This classic series of duets for like instruments is recognizable to nearly everyone who has ever studied an instrument. The wealth of material supplements musical development and provides a rich experience for growing musicians. Duet playing is often a student's first form of ensemble experience - technique, tone quality, intonation and balance are introduced as students do one of the things they enjoy most - making music with a friend. And duet playing leads easily and naturally to competent performance in larger ensembles. (Vol. 2 – Medium to Advanced)
$8.99

Baxtresser, Jeanne - Great Flute Duos from the Orchestral Repertoire

Great Flute Duos from the Orchestral Repertoire includes excerpts for principal, second and alto flute auditions. Compiled and annotated by Jeanne Baxtresser, former Principal Flute with New York Philharmonic. Second flute commentaries by Renee Siebert, Second Flute, New York Philharmonic and Alto Flute commentaries by David Cramer, Associate Principal Flute, Philadelphia Orchestra.
$50.00