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Duets, Trios, and Ensembles

Flute Specialists Inc. has one of the nation’s largest flute, piccolo, and headjoint inventories to fit every musician’s needs. Each instrument receives our pre-purchase service to ensure performance-ready playability.


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  • Celtic Music for Flute & Guitar

    “Celtic Music for Flute and Guitar” by Allan Alexander (guitar) and Jessica Walsh (flute) contains 20 songs transcribed for guitar and a separate pull-out section for flute, most of them originating from Ireland and Scotland as well as charming original pieces written in the Celtic style by Allan.

    The music is presented in both music notation and guitar tablature (for people that do not read music). Play the beautiful haunting melodies of the Irish Harper O’Carolan, take a musical journey with dances that were written more than 400 years ago.

    The CD that accompanies the book, is masterly recorded by Allan and Jessica giving the musician an in depth listening experience of these great performers and will certainly make the learning process easier.

  • Dick, Robert – Circular Breathing for the Flutist

    Circular breathing allows the performer to sustain tone while inhaling, a tremendously valuable tool. For the first time, a method is available specifically for the flutist, covering developments of the embouchure and breathing co-ordinations needed to master circular breathing. Examples include orchestral passages, selections of solo literature from Bach to Varèse and circular breathing while articulating and playing multiphonics or whispertones.

    The last word on how to do it! — Trevor Wye, Pan.

  • Ewazen, Eric – Harmony in Blue and Gold for 4 Flutes

    Ewazen’s monumental flute quartet was composed for Femme Flutale and premiered at the 2008 Mid-Atlantic Flute Fair. Its four movements were inspired by James McNeill Whistler’s “Peacock Room” at the Smithsonian Institution’s Freer Gallery – a room full of paintings featuring peacocks, and interior design showcasing blue and white porcelain, an integrated room that Whistler called “Harmony in Blue and Gold.” Ewazen’s ornate textures and impressionist moods express this unique environment through his musical world of sounds and lines. Dur.: 21’

  • Heritage, Lee – Lullabye for Bear (Flute and Guitar)

    LULLABYE FOR BEAR by Lee Heritage was composed at the request of Samuel Adler and was first performed as a postlude to a lecture he presented at the Brevard Music Center in the summer of 1977. The performers at the premiere performance were flutist Amy Heritage and pianist Andrew Cooperstock. Later, Dr. Heritage created a version of this work for flute and guitar. In 1997 Lullabye for Bear won second place in the Composer’s Guild Music for Children composition competition. The reviewer wrote: “This is a beautiful work that is appealing and well constructed. The composer uses conservative modern materials in a fresh manner in the spirit of children with limited technical difficulties. Delightful!”
    Grade III. (3’30”)

  • Hoover, Katherine – Antics for Two Flutes

    Antics for two flutes (2002), Published by Papagena Press. Premiered at the National Flute Convention in Washington, D.C. August, 16, 2002 by Katherine Hoover and Don Bailey.

  • Hoover, Katherine – Celebration for Flute Ensemble (6 flutes)

    Celebration (2001), A short piece in six parts, written to celebrate Joseph Mariano’s 90th birthday. Incorporates short quotes from famous flute pieces. 6′

  • Hoover, Katherine – Clowning Around for Flute Ensemble (5 flutes)

    Clowning Around (2011) for multiple flutes (minimum 4) with optional percussion.

  • Muczynski, Robert- Duos for Flutes

    Published by G. Schirmer, 16 pages.

  • Potter, Chris – Classical Pop Duets for Flute

    Classical Pop Duets is a collection of 30 instantly recognisable classical pieces arranged for two flutes. The pieces have been chose for those who want to expand their classical music repertoire, and arranged to cover a variety of key ignatures, ranges, styles, and rhythms. Ideal for flautists at varying grade levels, these pieces are also suitable for performance by larger ensemble groups.

    Grade 3 – 5

  • Potter, Chris – Fun Flute Duets

    Here is something new!

    Thirty-six lively flute duets based around five themes: food, Irish traditional, Hallowe’en, animals, and American traditional.

    The arranger, Dr Chris Potter, says that themes work well for students’ recitals, making them more memorable and providing a focal point for specific occasions. The pieces are suitable for players of varying ability.

  • Schocker, Gary – Coffee Nerves (for 4 C flutes)

    The well-known and loved final movement of Schocker’s Three Dances for Two Flutes, Coffee Nerves is now available in the composer’s own adaptation for flute quartet. This version divides up the original flute parts and accompaniment in fun, surprising ways. Sure to be a hit for quartet gigs and recitals.


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