• Dick, Robert – Lookout (for Flute Alone)

    LOOKOUT (1989) is Robert Dick’s most popular piece! For flute alone. Commissioned for the 1989 National Flute Association’s High School Flute Soloist Competition, Lookout is a tonal, melodic rock solo for flute that uses singing and playing and easy multiphonics. Lookout has been played by over a thousand flutists all over the world.  Inspired by 1960s and 70s rock, Lookout is the first in Robert’s series of solo flute pieces inspired by American popular musics.  5–6 minutes

    $19.95
  • Dick, Robert – The Other Flute

    Regarded as the definitive reference work for flutists and composers. A comprehensive presentation of the flute’s sonic possibilities, including multiphonics, alternate fingerings, quartertones and smaller microtones, natural harmonics, glissandi, whispertones, percussive sonorities, jet whistles, a discussion of techniques for piccolo, alto and bass flutes and more.

    $49.95
  • Dick, Robert – Tone Development Through Extended Techniques

    Daily studies designed to enable the flutist to produce optimum resonance and to develop the embouchure strength and sensitivity to confidently play multiphonics, whisper tones, natural harmonics and other extended timbres while simultaneously developing the beauty, power, color and control of the tone for traditional music. An important feature is the unique presentation of “throat tuning” — a breakthrough technique for tone development.

    A book that belongs in everyone’s library. Flute Talk.

    $29.95
  • Doppler, Albert Franz – Airs Valaques

    For flute and piano. Composed by Albert Franz Doppler (1821-1883). Gerard Billaudot Editeur

    $19.99
  • Dorff, Daniel – Concertino

    Composed for Jasmine Choi’s premiere on the 2018 National Flute Association concerto gala, Dorff’s Concertino is a 10-minute showpiece full of flash and theatricality, elegantly balanced with beauty and lyricism. The work is fully suitable for flute and piano recitals, while the orchestral version is easy to program, even when rehearsal time is limited. For advanced flutists.
    $19.99
  • Dorff, Daniel – For Elise

    Commissioned by flutist Cindy Anne Broz in celebration of her granddaughter Elise, Dorff’s For Elise is a portrait of a delightful 3-year-old, as well as a recital piece in the slow-fast model of the French conservatory repertoire. The main body of the work is an exuberant 6/8 rondo, in which playful yet challenging episodes lead into a recurring jazz waltz.

    $14.99
  • Dutilleux, Henri – Sonatine Pour Flute et Piano

    Created in 1943 as part of the four exam pieces for the Paris Conservatoire, this charming Sonatine for flute and piano is part of the early works of Henri Dutilleux, a French Composer following the paths of Maurice Ravel and Claude Debussy.

    Even though the composer was later quite critical about it, this Sonatine, which lasts 9 minutes, is the most recorded of his compositions and has become a standard in the flute repertoire. Composed of three movements, it begins with a tempo “Allegretto”, followed by a part more “Andante” and finishes with a cadence “Animé”.

    $48.95
  • Easy Christmas Instrumental Solos (Flute)

    This book is part of Alfred’s Easy Christmas Instrumental Solos series for Flute, Clarinet, Alto Sax, Tenor Sax, Trumpet, Horn in F, and Trombone. All wind instrument arrangements are fully compatible and can be successfully performed as ensembles or solos by students who have completed the first book of any standard band method. A fully orchestrated accompaniment CD is provided featuring each song as a live performance demo track followed by a play along track. An optional piano accompaniment book is available separately.

    $9.95
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  • 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’

    $40.00
  • Ewazen, Eric – Sonata No. 1 for Flute and Piano

    Composed for flutist Marya Martin, who has championed and recorded much of Ewazen’s elegant and attractive flute music, Sonata No. 1 is cast in three movements in the grand romantic tradition. Program notes by Eric Ewazen are included, providing the composer’s own insights into his music. This work received its premiere at the 2011 NFA Convention, and has been recorded by Albany Records on the CD Marya Martin Plays Eric Ewazen (TROY 1271). For advanced players. Dur.: 18’

    $18.99
  • Faber, Nancy – Bettyian Roulade

    Bettyian Roulade is an advanced solo flute piece premiered at the 2012 National Flute Convention in honor of Betty Mather, the famed flute pedagogue. The word “roulade” originates from the French word “rouler” that means “to roll.” This piece features “rouladian” passages that combine overblown arpeggios, tremolos, and harmonics. Listen to an audio recording at www.PianoAdventures.com/roulade

    $8.95

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