A Raymond 5 pezzi jazz for flute and piano

Francesco Santucci, a saxophone player and a jazz-oriented composer has dedicated to Guiot an anthology for students, designed to invigorate the phrasing through jazz models, thus freeing the flute players from the constraints of a limited perspective proper to a certain kind of academic-based thought.

12.00 tax inc.

Angel’s flute for flute and piano

A demanding jazz suite dedicated to Angelo Persichilli. A real duo concertante of great freshness and instrumental liveliness, it is an interesting alternative to Bolling’s Suite.

15.00 tax inc.

Carl Frühling. Fantasie for flute and piano op. 55

Intense and passionate sweeping lines infused with melancholy are carefully balanced with playful, burbling passage-work. A highly welcome addition to the otherwise somewhat sparse Austro-Germanic Romantic flute repertoire. A virtuoso work in terms of tonal expression as well as of articulation and nimble finger-work.
Emily Beynon

27.00 tax inc.

Claude Debussy. Sonata in sol minore L141 flute and piano

Transcription by Mario Caroli.

The enchanting magic timbre of the last Debussy makes this sonata a highly engaging masterpiece. The transcription from the violin to the flute slips away without fractures in an ideal continuity that leads us from Prélude to L’aprés-midi d’un faune up to Syrinx. An essential enrichment in chamber music for flute and piano.

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Fantaisie for flute and piano

Guiot’s score is demanding in performance, but it is written with the secure hand of someone acquainted with all the technical and sonorous possibilities of the instrument.

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Fantasy on themes from G. Verdi’s Traviata

The aim of this work is to give the transverse flute repertoire a more extensive fantasy on the Traviata compared to those already present in our literature: a review of the work perhaps less inclined to the virtuosic aspect for its own sake, but more brought to that beautiful song that has made Giuseppe Verdi and the famous Italian opera school in the world.

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Four easy pieces for flute and piano

In these four short pieces Raymond Guiot uses easy patterns for beginners players but the result is that this music sounds as played by professional flutists.

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Geraldine Mucha. Naše Cesta for flute and piano

“In this edition I have tried to be as true as possible to the “Final version 2008” manuscript. At times there are some lovely quirky details, for example, bar 52 the ‘piano’ indication is on the second beat not first, and ‘Adagio espressivo’ is clearly written in bar 117 not 116. Furthermore, in an earlier version of this piece, in bar 92 the third note was a G, but in the 2008 manuscript it is clearly an A; the performer may decide!”
Emily Beynon

23.00 tax inc.

Leonardo Vinci. Sonata in re maggiore per flauto e basso continuo

By Rien de Reede

The new edition of the most famous sonata for flute and basso continuo by Leonardo Vinci, curated by Rien De Reede with the collaboration of Siebe Henstra for the bass part.

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Little Princess for flute and piano

Three little portraits conceived in a didactic form by Francesco Santucci. The fresh and original melody is a pleasure to perform even for beginners.

10.00 tax inc.

Scherzo for flute and piano

A youthful work of clear neo-classic inspiration, with a open-hearted Neapolitan vocality. A piece full of freshness and inspiration, a great addition to literature for flute.

12.50 tax inc.

Serenata e tango

For flute and piano.

A sensual courting between flute and piano, meeting and departing, running after each other to finally unite… at the last bar.

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Sky’s Flower, for flute and piano

Transcriber, arranger and composer, Antonio De Angelis unites new age, lyricism and harmonies inspired by blues. A very evocative piece, written by a very original and inspired hand.

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Sonata for flute and basso continuo vol. I

The sonatas for recorder and b.c. by Benedetto Marcello appeared shortly after their publication in 1712 in Venice in a pirated edition by Estienne Roger in Amsterdam. The Amsterdam edition is different in some details: it contains more articulation marks and the bass is provided with a more generous number of harmonic indications. In 1732 the London publisher John Walsh attempted to make the collection attractive for transverse flute players by presenting an edition which was partly transposed. Also the order was slightly changed.
Our edition is based on the first print, published in Venezia in 1712 by Gioseppe Sala. It bears the following title: Suonate a flauto solo/ con il suo basso continuo per violoncello ò cembalo/ di Benedetto Marcello/ nobile Veneto/dilettante di contrapunto/e accademico filarmonico/ et arcade/Opera seconda…
The source was respected as far as possible. The many obvious errors were corrected without mention. Additions from the part of the editor are clearly marked as such.

28.50 tax inc.

Sonata for flute and basso continuo vol. II

The sonatas for recorder and b.c. by Benedetto Marcello appeared shortly after their publication in 1712 in Venice in a pirated edition by Estienne Roger in Amsterdam. The Amsterdam edition is different in some details: it contains more articulation marks and the bass is provided with a more generous number of harmonic indications. In 1732 the London publisher John Walsh attempted to make the collection attractive for transverse flute players by presenting an edition which was partly transposed. Also the order was slightly changed.
Our edition is based on the first print, published in Venezia in 1712 by Gioseppe Sala. It bears the following title: Suonate a flauto solo/ con il suo basso continuo per violoncello ò cembalo/ di Benedetto Marcello/ nobile Veneto/dilettante di contrapunto/e accademico filarmonico/ et arcade/Opera seconda…
The source was respected as far as possible. The many obvious errors were corrected without mention. Additions from the part of the editor are clearly marked as such.

29.50 tax inc.

Sonata for flute and piano

A great sonata from the beginning of the Twentieth century, with echoes of French impressionism. The Sonata has been performed by masters of the flute: Barrère, Moyse and, most recently, by Emmanuel Pahud, who has recorded it for the same publisher.

18.00 tax inc.

Sonata in do maggiore for flute and basso continuo

A critical edition, with the facsimile of the autograph from the Biblioteca Marciana in Venice. A new addition to the repertoire, enriching the opus of the author of celebrated 12 Sonatas.

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Songs without words for flute and piano

The intimate chamber dimension of Mendelssohn’s ‘Songs without words’ is here transcribed for flute and piano by Benoît Fromanger. The Biedermeier sensitivity and lyricism is kept intact, and the work offers the player a chance to explore new horizons in the repertoire.

25.00 tax inc.

Wolfang Amadeus Mozart. 6 Sonatas for flute and piano vol.I KV301-306

Six Mozart sonatas for piano and violin, transcribed by Konrad Hünteler in order to offer to the flute repertoire six jewels of real elegance. A very useful tool to clarify the structure of the sonata concertante and to get better acquainted with Mozart’s style.

24.00 tax inc.

Wolfang Amadeus Mozart. 6 Sonatas for flute and piano vol.II KV301-306

Six Mozart sonatas for piano and violin, transcribed by Konrad Hünteler in order to offer to the flute repertoire six jewels of real elegance. A very useful tool to clarify the structure of the sonata concertante and to get better acquainted with Mozart’s style.

24.00 tax inc.