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Messiaen, Olivier - Le Merle Noir

For flute and piano

Mozart Concerto No. 1 in G Major, K. 313

for Flute & Piano Reduction Series: Henle Music Folios Publisher: Henle Urtext Edition Format: Softcover Composer: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Editors: Siegfried Petrenz, András Adorján, Robert D. Levin Edited by András Adorján. Piano reduction by Siegfried Petrenz. Cadenzas by Robert D. Levin.

Mozart Concerto No. 2 in D major, K. 314

Mozart's second flute concerto in D Major, originally written for oboe. Verlag edition. With piano accompaniment.

Nielsen, Carl - Concerto for Flute and Orchestra

Flute and piano reduction. This Flute concerto mirrors the more modernistic currents of the 1920s and was composed for and premiered by the flautist Gilbert Jespersen.

Nielsen, Carl - Fantasy Pieces

Opus 2 arranged for flute and piano. Carl Nielsen's Two Fantasy Pieces Op.2 are 2 contrasting pieces for the advancing oboist arranged for flute by editors James Galway and Toke Lund Christiansen. The piece begins with a lyrical Romanze and concludes with a rhythmic and punchy Humoresque. For flute with Piano accompaniment. The flute part is also included on a separate insert.

Poulenc, Francis - Sonata for Flute and Piano

This is an updated edition of Francis Poulenc's 1957 work, edited by Carl Schmidt. Featuring the full score and separate flute part, this exclusive edition also includes a download card with instant online access to demonstration and accompaniment tracks. Includes an extensive introduction and performance notes.

Prokofiev, Sergio - Flute Sonata Op. 94

The Schirmer edition of Prokofiev's Sonata Op. 94 is based on previously printed editions and recordings of his Op. 94. This edition retains the solo flute and solo violin parts in the piano score showing the differences made by the composer for both versions of his work.

Rodrigo, Joaquín - Concierto Rodrigo

For flute and piano. This delightful concerto was written for the celebrated flutist James Galway, to whom the work is dedicated. Joaquín Rodrigo uses a small orchestra with deft colouring to support his soloist and there is a definite feeling of freedom and joy in the outdoors about the work. There are three movements, which all feature Galway’s great virtuosity but the central movement bears the weight of the concerto, as it does in his Concierto de Aranjuez: an Adagio tinged with melancholy which is interrupted by an Allegro in pastoral rhythm announced by the flute and passing in turn to the various instruments of the orchestra in different keys; after a brilliant cadenza for the flute it then resolves into an Allegretto for the return to the melodic theme.

Schocker, Gary - Velvet

For alto flute and piano. Duration: 4:00 (2014)

Snyder, Randall - Dream of Naksongdae

For solo flute. The composer wrote this work while studying the Taegum, the Korean bamboo transverse flute. It was originally written for the Taegum, but here is adapted for the modern flute. "Music with a distictly Korean flavor." Grade 5-6.

Snyder, Randall - Lyric Sonata

Combines traditional forms with neo Romantic melody and harmony. While at times paying subtle homage to Old World masters such as Prokofiev, Shostokovich and Martinu, the intriguing use of jazz inflections gives the work a distinctively American flavor. Grade 5. Duration: 15'.

Taffanel, Paul - Fantasie (On Themes from "Der Freischutz" by C.M. Von Weber)

For flute and piano. This Fantasy is one of five grandes fantaisies on famous late 19th century operas. The Freischutz fantasy may well be Taffanel's most accomplished piece. Based on what is considered the first great Romantic opera (Der Freischutz was composed by Carl Maria von Weber [1786-1826] between 1817 and 1821), its musical richness imbues the piece with an epic spirit. Far from being a mere catalog of operatic themes and variations, the fantasy builds on three arias: Agathe's "leise, leise fromme Weise" (Act II); Max's aria with cello solo (Act III, Finale) and Annchen's arriette: "Kommt ein schlanker Bursch gegangen" (Act II).