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Flute Solos

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  • Taktakishvili, Otar – Sonata for Flute and Piano

    A standard in the flute repertoire, Sonata for Flute and Piano by Otar Taktakishvili is a three movement piece that is beautiful and expressive while still being technically demanding. The Georgian composer was heavily influenced by local folk music and Georgian choral polyphony.

  • The Well-Tempered Flutist: 101 Pieces for Solo Flute

    World-class soloist, recording artist, chamber musician, and transcriber Robert Stallman truly believes that “without a strong foundation in Bach, it is hardly possible to become a serious musician.” In his desire to broaden the repertoire for fellow flutists, he has developed a special gift for transcribing works of Bach, Mozart, and more for the flute. In The Well-Tempered Flutist, he presents a wealth of Bach works, taken from the great keyboard works, as well as the Sonatas for other instruments. Many of the 101 pieces presented here are available for flute for the first time. Stallman has truly created “an abundance of great music for us to explore throughout a lifetime of daily practice. In addition, many of these pieces can be programmed in performance to good effect.” For intermediate to advanced.

  • Three Vocalises for Bass Flute and Piano arr. by Chris Potter

    Following the popularity of her previous transcriptions for low flutes in the Falls House catalog, Chris Potter has selected the beautiful vocalises of Rachmaninoff, Faure, and Ravel, and created settings for a low flute with piano. Dr. Potter has carefully chosen the most idiomatic keys for each transcription. Sharing her expertise, she has provided prefatory notes and performance suggestions. Three Vocalises is published separately in transcriptions for Alto Flute and Piano and for Bass Flute and Piano.

  • Zyman, Samuel – Sonata for Flute and Piano No. 1

    Samuel Zyman’s Sonata for Flute and Piano was commissioned by the flutist Marisa Canales and published in 1997. Duration: 18 minutes in 3 movements. Mvt I- Allegro assai, Mvt. II- Lento e molto espressivo, Mvt. III- Presto

  • Bloch, Ernest – Suite Modale for flute and piano

    This publication, ©1958, of “Suite Modale” composed by Ernest Bloch is comprised of a saddle-stitched folio of the 14-page flute/piano score (bound in) and 6-page (pull-out) flute solo part. Duration 12:00. Since Broude Brothers published “Suite Modale” in several formats, it should be noted that the flute parts for either the flute/piano or flute/string orchestra versions are identical. – B. B. 2010.

  • Gaubert, Philippe – Seconde Sonate Pour Flute Et Piano

    “Philippe Gaubert (1879-1941) was a distinguished performer on the Flute. It comes as no surprise, therefore, that his compositions for the instrument are at the forefront of the Flute's repertoire, Sonata No. 2 being no exception. After a prominent career as a flautist with the Paris Opéra, he was appointed as professor of Flute at the Paris Conservatoire as well as principal conductor of leading orchestras. It was during this time that Gaubert composed, including his Sonata No. 2 which premiered in 1925. Addressing many technical features, including flourishing semiquaver passages, a wide range, emotion, intervals, chromaticism and complex rhythms, Sonata No. 2 is a challenging yet riveting and stirring piece for aspiring flautists.”

  • Treasures for Flute and Piano by Philippe Gaubert

    Compiled and edited by Amy Porter, Treasures for Flute and Piano is a collection of Philippe Gaubert’s shorter works for flute and piano. Gaubert was a multi-talented musician, a marvelous flutist as well as a composer, teacher, and master conductor. Editor Amy Porter is a distinguished Professor at The University of Michigan School of Music, Theatre & Dance, and has been praised by critics for her exceptional musical talent and her passion for scholarship. This edition represents eleven of the sixteen works from Amy Porter and Dr. Penelope Fischer’s video study guide, “The Gaubert Cycle: The Complete Works for Flute and Piano by Philippe Gaubert.” For a list of errata visit https://www.amyporter.com/articles/?selected=article_detail&id=10

  • Zyman, Samuel – Sonata No. 2

    For flute and piano. Samuel Zyman’s Sonata No. 2 is a sequel to his celebrated first sonata in name only. Commissioned by Marisa Canales for premiere at the 2016 NFA Convention, Sonata No. 2 is a 19-minute powerhouse in two movements, both of which dramatically contrast slow misterioso sections with folkloristic fiery dances. For advanced performers

  • Vogel, Roger C. – Excursions

    For flute and piano. This beautiful work is in 2 movements: The first is fast and in an extraverted mood. The second consists of a haunting slow section with a brisk conclusion that returns to the mood of the first movement. A great addition to your personal music library and your next concert! Grade 5. Duration 18′.

  • Vivaldi, Antonio – Concerto in F Major, Op 10 no. 1 (RV433)- Urtext

    Vivaldi’s first concerto for Flute is actually an adaptation of the Concerto in E-flat major for violin, strings and basso continuo, RV 253. Called in both cases “La tempesta di mare” (“The Sea Storm”), the work starts with an Allegro which presents a characteristic repeated-note theme. The opening closes on a big half cadence, and moves into the quiet central Largo, with the flute soloist becalmed in the eye of the storm. A powerful theme is then introduced in the final Presto, which closes the work.

  • Tower, Joan – Flute Concerto

    For flute and orchestra (piano reduction). Dedicated to Carol Wincenc.

  • 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′.


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