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Flute Solos

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  • Hudelson, Brandy – Wild Nightingale

    For solo flute. The Wild Nightingale is a solo beatbox flute work based on the French folk song “Rossignolet du bois,” which means, “The Nightingale of the woods.” The second line of the song, “rossignolet sauvage,” which translates to “wild nightingale,” was the inspiration for this solo. Wild Nightingale uses phonemes to mimic the song’s French text, while trills and virtuosic passages imitate the sounds of the nightingale. The incorporation of beatboxing transforms this traditional song into a new, wilder variation. *Song text and translation included with score

  • Hoover, Katherine – Winter Spirits

    For solo flute. Influenced by Native American music, Winter Spirits is indicative of the music which has used the flute to honor and invite beneficial Native American spirits for countless ages.

  • Hoover, Katherine – To Greet the Sun

    For solo flute. To greet the sun is to give thanks for the great richness of the Earth and the gift of life. Various cultures have done this in differing ways, from dawn prayers to dances and ceremonies to researching the sun’s awe-inspiring power.

  • Hoover, Katherine – Reflections

    For solo flute. Variations on a Norwegian chant, written outdoors at Artpark, NY.

  • Hoover, Katherine – Mountain & Mesa

    For flute and piano. This three movement work is built around the gypsy music of Eastern Europe (Hungarian Lassu), a Hopi Lullaby of Native America, and Dizi Dance in the style of the Chinese folk music. Premiered at the 2009 National Flute Association convention. For advanced performers. Score and part.

  • Hoover, Katherine – Kokopeli

    Winner of the 1990 National Flute Assocation New Music Competition, this haunting solo is based on a Hopi Indian legend. It has received numerous public performances.

  • Heritage, Lee – Lullabye for Bear

    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”)

  • Harberg, Amanda – Feathers and Wax

    For flute and piano, Duration 7:00. 16 pages. In Greek mythology, Daedelus was an inventor who created wings from feathers and wax, so he and his son Icarus could escape Crete by flying away. While Daedalus flew wisely, Icarus flew too close to the sun and he fell to his death as the wax melted. Composed for flutist Julietta Curenton, Harberg’s Feathers and Wax soars with a contemporary jazz-inflected flavor.

  • Griffes, Charles – Poem

    For flute and piano.

  • Frank, Robert – The Emergence of Night

    This beautiful and mysterious work follows the form of the poem “The Emergence of Night”, also written by the composer. Grade 4. Duration: 6’30”.

  • Dvorak, Antonin – Romance, op. 11

    Arranged for flute and piano by Donald Peck. 8 pages. Duration: 8:30.


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