• Beauty and the Beast – Flute

    10 songs from the latest live action hit movie adaptation of the Disney classic Beauty and the Beast arranged for instrumentalists. Each book features online access to audio demonstration tracks for download or streaming to help you hear how the song should sound. Songs: Aria • Be Our Guest • Beauty and the Beast • Belle • Days in the Sun • Evermore • Gaston • How Does a Moment Last Forever • The Mob Song • Something There.

  • Boehm – 24 studies for Flute, opus 26

    24 studies for flute arranged by Jean-Pierre Rampal. Published by International Music Co.

  • Boehm, Theobald – Fantasy Op. 21

    Theobald Böhm (1794-1881) not only contributed to the evolution of flutemaking by constructing his Böhm flute, but also added to flute literature by composing numerous etudes, concertos and recital pieces. One of the favorite kinds of virtuoso instrumental concert pieces in the 19th century was the fantasy or set of variations on well-known opera melodies or folksongs. Oddly enough, the first edition on which this new edition is based has the title Fantaisie sur un Air de Beethoven. This was obviously a lapse in the composer’s memory, since the melody is clearly the Trauerwalzer Op. 9 by Franz Schubert, which also inspired Franz Liszt – among others – to write a grandiose set of variations.

  • Borne, Francois – Carmen Fantaisie

    “Carmen Fantasie Brillante” was composed by Francois Borne (1840-1920). It is based on themes from the opera Carmen by Georges Bizet, composed in 1875, just 3 months prior to his death. In about 10 to 12 minutes, Borne runs through many of the great themes from this, one of the most popular operas of all time.

  • Bozza, Eugene – Image for Solo Flute

    Image for Solo Flute, Op. 38 is one of Bozza’s most famous pieces. Technically challenging, it includes flutter tonguing, extreme range, and multi-phonics. Really enjoyable and often played in contests and representations, Image is appropriate for advanced level players.

  • Bruch, Max – Romanze, arr. by Mark Sparks

    Originally for viola and orchestra, Max Bruch’s plaintive Romanze, Op. 85 has been elegantly adapted for flute and piano by Mark Sparks, principal flutist of the Saint Louis Symphony. The flute edition is in the same key as the original and is fully compatible with the standard orchestral materials.

  • Burton, Eldin – Sonatina for Flute and Piano

    Eldin Burton’s Sonatina for Flute and Piano was the prize-winning composition of the New York Flute Club contest 1948 and is published as part of the highly respected Carl Fischer catalogue.

  • Casella, Alfredo – Sicilienne and Burlesque

    Italian composer, Casella studied at the Paris Conservatoire from 1896 with Gabriel Faure. Alfredo Casella‘s Sicilienne et Burlesqueis a virtuosic work with a slow, melodic Sicilienne contrasted with a light and quirky Burlesque movement. This challenging work is suitable for advanced players.

  • Celtic Music for Flute

    Celtic Music For Flute by Jessica Walsh contains 44 tunes for flute which can be played solo or with a chord instrument. This great collection includes tunes from Scotland, Ireland, England, Wales, and the Isle of Man. The melodies were chosen from more than four hundred years of Celtic music. Most of the pieces have been extended with variations, which make the tunes a more suitable length for performances and are a lot of fun for the flutist to play. In addition, they will introduce the beginner to the joys of improvising in Celtic music, in which ornamenting and augmenting melodies is a tradition.Every tune in the book is included on the digitally mastered CD. Though the tunes are very effective as solo material, Jessica chose to record most of them with guitarist Allan Alexander. Allan has rendered the chords artfully, and the result is a really lovely CD which is a pleasure to listen to. For the player who is new to Celtic music, the recording will give insights into the melodies, and it will allow the flutist who has no access to a chord instrument to hear the harmonic progressions. For those who know and love these wonderful tunes, it will be a joy to hear them played by two musicians who obviously love to play this music together.

  • 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.

  • Celtic Music for Flute Vol. 2

    Following on from Jessica’s hugely successful book Celtic Music for Flute, she has produced a Volume 2 which contains 46 pieces ranging from lovely portraits to lively jigs. They come from traditions including Irish, Scottish, Welsh, and Manx, and were gathered from various sources: among others, manuscripts written for bagpipe, lute, mandora, fiddle, and voice. The unique personality and sound of the flute complements them all. A few of the tunes are more than 400 years old; some are new. All have that inexplicable but necessary magic, the quality which draws the flutist to begin the tune again, just one more time…

    Whether a march, lilt, love song, or lament, each melody in this collection is a gem; many are sure to become cherished favorites. The accompanying Play-Along CD includes all the tunes in the same order in which they appear in the book. This CD features separate channels for flute and guitar so that the flutist can play along with the guitar accompaniment. Allan Alexander artfully renders the chords on guitar, providing a harmonic tapestry over which the melodies float.

  • Chamberlain, Nicole – Away in a Manger

    This is an arrangement of James R. Murray’s Christmas Carol, “Away In A Manger”. Perfect for intermediate to advanced players. Highest note is F above the staff. Lowest note is A on the staff. Piece is approximately 2 1/2 minutes long. Great for Christmas church services!


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