2 Flutes (T-Z)

  • Rossini, G :: Six Arias from The Barber of Seville
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    Rossini, G :: Six Arias from The Barber of Seville

    These six arias from Gioacchino Rossini's beloved opera 'The Barber of Seville' were first arranged for two bassoons in the 1820's by French bassoonist François-René Gebauer. During this time, Gebauer was performing with the Paris Opera. He arranged two volumes of these arias, and flutist Jeffrey Beyer has chosen to transpose, adapt and arrange the following selections for C Flute and Alto Flute duet: Ecco, ridente in cielo, Largo al factotum, Una voce poco fa, Dunque io son, Zitti zitti, piano piano, and Di si felice innesto.

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  • Takemitsu, T :: Masque I
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    Takemitsu, T :: Masque I

    Masque I
    Takemitsu, T
    Masque. For Incidental II, see Product Code EAS17121
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  • Takemitsu, T :: Masque II
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    Takemitsu, T :: Masque II

    Masque II
    Takemitsu, T
    The second Incidental from Masque. For the first part including Continu and Incidental, search product code EAS17122
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  • Tanner, M :: Flute Friction, Vol. 1
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    Tanner, M :: Flute Friction, Vol. 1

    Flute Friction, Vol. 1
    Tanner, M

    Flute Frictions is a series of flute duets in three books aimed at flautists from grade 1 to 8.

    In this first book in the series with fifteen duos, ten flute trios are also included, which teachers will find particularly profitable when working with small groups. These are short pieces, not unduly encumbered by structural cleverness, and as such they lend themselves easily to achieving fairly immediate rewards.

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  • Tanner, M :: Flute Friction, Vol. 2
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    Tanner, M :: Flute Friction, Vol. 2

    Flute Friction, Vol. 2
    Tanner, M

    Flute Frictions is a series of flute duets in three books aimed at flautists from grade 1 to 8.

    This second book, with 13 charming flute duets, begins to advance, with some slightly tricky rhythms and flourishes designed to take the beginner to the next level.

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  • Tanner, M :: Flute Friction, Vol. 3
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    Tanner, M :: Flute Friction, Vol. 3

    Flute Friction, Vol. 3
    Tanner, M

    Flute Frictions is a series of flute duets in three books aimed at flautists from grade 1 to 8.

    This final book of fiendish flute duets will spice up your lessons and practice sessions. The music bristles with energy- jazzy rhythms, quirky harmonies and catchy melodies leap from every page.

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  • Tchaikovsky, PI :: Flute Duets from The Nutcracker
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    Tchaikovsky, PI :: Flute Duets from The Nutcracker

    Flute Duets from The Nutcracker

    Tchaikovsky, PI

    Flute Duets from the Nutcracker are delightful arrangements from Tchaikovsky's famous ballet. They were especially arranged for easy, intermediate students, but there are some challenging spots for advanced players. These duets include the Chinese Dance, March, Arab Dance, Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy, and Dance of the Reed Flutes and would be perfect for December studio recitals.

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  • Tchaikovsky, PI :: Nussknacker-Suite [Nutcracker Suite]
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    Tchaikovsky, PI :: Nussknacker-Suite [Nutcracker Suite]

    Following the Carnival of the Animals and the Moldau, Jennifer Seubel has now set her sights on the Nutcracker Suite by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, and has arranged it for two flutes. This wonderful suite brimming with popular and much-loved melodies has been made available for two melody instruments in all its diversity and in its entirety.

    As in the original work, enchanting melodies alternate with concise rhythms, whereby the reduced instrumentation succeeds in preserving the original flair of the work. The two flute parts are of equal importance, the melody and accompaniment constantly interchanging. These arrangements are for advanced flautists and offer many a small challenge.

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  • Telemann, G :: Six Sonatas: Book One
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    Telemann, G :: Six Sonatas: Book One

    Six Sonatas: Book One
    Telemann, G

    Telemann's Six Sonatas for two flutes (or two violins) without bass, Op. 2, are justly popular among flutists; they avoid awkward technical passages in favor of sound and modulation, while at the same time embracing multiple styles and forms. Here, in two books, they are presented and edited by Paul Edmund-Davies, with suggested dynamic and phrasing direction. Each book also comes with a CD that contains full performances of the duets by Edmund-Davies, as well as full single-part tracks so that the flutist can play along with Edmund-Davies.

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  • Telemann, G :: Six Sonatas: Book Two
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    Telemann, G :: Six Sonatas: Book Two

    Six Sonatas: Book Two
    Telemann, G

    Telemann's Six Sonatas for two flutes (or two violins) without bass, Op. 2, are justly popular among flutists; they avoid awkward technical passages in favor of sound and modulation, while at the same time embracing multiple styles and forms. Here, in two books, they are presented and edited by Paul Edmund-Davies, with suggested dynamic and phrasing direction. Each book also comes with a CD that contains full performances of the duets by Edmund-Davies, as well as full single-part tracks so that the flutist can play along with Edmund-Davies.

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  • Telemann, G :: Sonaten fur zwei Floten (Violinen) op. 2
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    Telemann, G :: Sonaten fur zwei Floten (Violinen) op. 2

    Sonaten fur zwei Floten (Violinen) op. 2
    Telemann, G

    Georg Philipp Telemann's Six Sonatas for two flutes of 1726, also known as Flute Duets Op. 2, are dedicated to two young music lovers and, thus, appeal explicitly to a circle of pupils and music lovers. The pieces foster the ability of musical interpretation as well as a playful love of music-making and are thus ideal for music lessons. The sonatas can alternatively be performed on the violin. The new edition of the Wiener Urtext Edition is based on Telemann's original print as well as on two earlier editions which grant insight into the contemporary ornamentation practice. Further suggestions for the performance are given in the Notes on interpretation by Susanne Schrage. The layout of the new edition is clearly designed, page-turns within individual movements have been avoided thanks to fold-out pages. Thus, the proper foundation has been laid both for a historically informed performance and for relaxed musicmaking.

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  • Telemann, GP :: 6 Sonaten [6 Sonatas] op. 2, Nos. 1 & 2, Vol. 1
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    Telemann, GP :: 6 Sonaten [6 Sonatas] op. 2, Nos. 1 & 2, Vol. 1

    6 Sonaten [6 Sonatas] op. 2, Nos. 1 & 2, Vol. 1
    Telemann, GP

    Schott's collection of Georg Philipp Telemann's '6 Sonatas op. 2' were written for 2 treble recorders, or 2 flutes and are published in performance score format.

    'A German composer of the Baroque era, Telemann, showed considerable musical talent as a child, learning the violin, flute, recorder, zither, and keyboard, and composing an opera at the age of twelve. He composed a vast amount of music, both sacred and secular, including 1,043 church sonatas and 46 settings of the Passion one for each year he was in Hamburg. His music was an essential link between music of the late Baroque and early Classical styles.'

    - Simona Seres, 2014

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  • Telemann, GP :: 6 Sonaten im Kanon [Canonic Sonatas] op. 5
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    Telemann, GP :: 6 Sonaten im Kanon [Canonic Sonatas] op. 5

    6 Sonaten im Kanon [Canonic Sonatas] op. 5
    Telemann, GP

    Schott's edition of George Philipp Telemann's '6 Sonaten im Kanon [Canonic Sonatas] op. 5 for 2 flutes is presented in performance score format.

    'A German composer of the Baroque era, Telemann, showed considerable musical talent as a child, learning the violin, flute, recorder, zither, and keyboard, and composing an opera at the age of twelve. He composed a vast amount of music, both sacred and secular, including 1,043 church sonatas and 46 settings of the Passion one for each year he was in Hamburg. His music was an essential link between music of the late Baroque and early Classical styles.'

    - Simona Seres, 2014

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  • Telemann, GP :: Gulliver Suite (TWV 40:108)
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    Telemann, GP :: Gulliver Suite (TWV 40:108)

    Georg Philipp Telemann’s (1681—1767) Gulliver Suite, was composed only two years after the first publication of Jonathan Swift’s Gulliver’s Travels in 1726. In the suite, Telemann embraces Swift’s satire by emulating the characters in a variety of musical ways. The five movements are: Intrada, Lilliputian Chaconne, Brobdingnagian Gigue, Reverie of the Laputans and their attendant flappers, and the Loure of the well-mannered Houyhnhnms/Wild Dance of the untamed Yahoos.

    This edition includes parts transposed for G flutes, meaning that any combination of flutes can be used - the Lilliputians could be piccolos, the Brobdingnagians a pair of contra flutes - or perhaps the opposite.

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  • Telemann, GP :: Neun Sonaten [Nine Sonatas] TWV 40:141-149
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    Telemann, GP :: Neun Sonaten [Nine Sonatas] TWV 40:141-149

    Neun Sonaten [Nine Sonatas] TWV 40:141-149
    Telemann, GP

    Though recovered as part of the long lost Sing-Akademie Berlin archives in 1999, these sonatas were first examined in 2002. Knowledge of their existence, or at least their presumed existence, is due to their partial use by Johann Joachim Quantz in his solfeggi for the flute. The sonatas, possibly composed sometime after 1730, are presented here by Barenreiter Urtext in a performing score format.

    As with Telemann s other flute music, the Nine Sonatas are equally suited for performance and instruction. The expressive melodic qualities of these sonatas combined with their modest technical requirements will make these sonatas classics in both lessons and the concert hall.

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  • Telemann, GP :: Sechs Sonaten [Six Sonatas] op. 2 TWV 40:101-106 - Volume I
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    Telemann, GP :: Sechs Sonaten [Six Sonatas] op. 2 TWV 40:101-106 - Volume I

    Sechs Sonaten [Six Sonatas] op. 2 TWV 40:101-106 - Volume I
    Telemann, GP

    Within his prodigious output the extent and significance of which cannot yet be fully ascertained Georg Philipp Telemann (1681 1767) cultivated to a considerable degree the genre of chamber music without continuo. To this genre belong pieces for flute or violin which are intended for one, two, or four instruments.

    The Six Sonatas without Bass for two flutes or two violins, op. 2 (1727), presented here by Barenreiter Urtext, exhibit a strict cyclic organization, in terms both of tonality and of form. They are all in four movements and are based on the same formal pattern. In the slow movements, expansive baroque thematic material is intertwined with more charming galant features. The fast movements are usually cast in an imitative, fugal style, or, with their capricious rhythms and delicate figuration, they approach suite-like models. The cycle displays fascinating characteristics in its musical substance and development, its treatment of sonority, and in its compositional craftsmanship.

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  • Telemann, GP :: Sechs Sonaten [Six Sonatas] op. 2 TWV 40:101-106 - Volume II
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    Telemann, GP :: Sechs Sonaten [Six Sonatas] op. 2 TWV 40:101-106 - Volume II

    Sechs Sonaten [Six Sonatas] op. 2 TWV 40:101-106 - Volume II
    Telemann, GP

    Within his prodigious output the extent and significance of which cannot yet be fully ascertained Georg Philipp Telemann (1681 1767) cultivated to a considerable degree the genre of chamber music without continuo. To this genre belong pieces for flute or violin which are intended for one, two, or four instruments.

    The Six Sonatas without Bass for two flutes or two violins, op. 2 (1727), presented here by Barenreiter Urtext, exhibit a strict cyclic organization, in terms both of tonality and of form. They are all in four movements and are based on the same formal pattern. In the slow movements, expansive baroque thematic material is intertwined with more charming galant features. The fast movements are usually cast in an imitative, fugal style, or, with their capricious rhythms and delicate figuration, they approach suite-like models. The cycle displays fascinating characteristics in its musical substance and development, its treatment of sonority, and in its compositional craftsmanship.

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  • Telemann, GP :: Sechs Sonaten im Kanon [Six Canonic Sonatas] op. 5 TWV 40:118-123 - Volume I
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    Telemann, GP :: Sechs Sonaten im Kanon [Six Canonic Sonatas] op. 5 TWV 40:118-123 - Volume I

    Sechs Sonaten im Kanon [Six Canonic Sonatas] op. 5 TWV 40:118-123 - Volume I
    Telemann, GP

    Within his prodigious output Georg Philipp Telemann (1681 1767) cultivated to a considerable degree the genre of chamber music without continuo. To this genre belong pieces for flute or violin which are intended for one, two, or four instruments.

    The Six Canonic Sonatas for two flutes or two violins, op. 5 (1738), presented here by Barenreiter Urtext, are all in three movements. Two fast outer movements, either freely spun out or in song- or rondo-forms, typically frame a highly affective slow movement. The themes are galant or sentimental in character; at times humorous features are evident. They are 'melodic canons', standing at the threshold of a new era.

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  • Telemann, GP :: Sechs Sonaten im Kanon [Six Canonic Sonatas] op. 5 TWV 40:118-123 - Volume II
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    Telemann, GP :: Sechs Sonaten im Kanon [Six Canonic Sonatas] op. 5 TWV 40:118-123 - Volume II

    Sechs Sonaten im Kanon [Six Canonic Sonatas] op. 5 TWV 40:118-123 - Volume II

    Telemann, GP

    Within his prodigious output Georg Philipp Telemann (1681 1767) cultivated to a considerable degree the genre of chamber music without continuo. To this genre belong pieces for flute or violin which are intended for one, two, or four instruments.

    The Six Canonic Sonatas for two flutes or two violins, op. 5 (1738), presented here by Barenreiter Urtext, are all in three movements. Two fast outer movements, either freely spun out or in song- or rondo-forms, typically frame a highly affective slow movement. The themes are galant or sentimental in character; at times humorous features are evident. They are 'melodic canons', standing at the threshold of a new era.

    The circle cannon found at the conclusion of this second volume of first edition was composed by Johann Joachim Quantz (1697 1773). It was originally the 4th movement of the Duet in E minor QV 3:2.3 (cf. TWV Anh. 40:103), included here for historical relevance.

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  • Telemann, GP :: Seven Canonic Sonatas
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    Telemann, GP :: Seven Canonic Sonatas

    Seven Canonic Sonatas
    Telemann, GP
    Great Works for Flute Vol. V - Seven Canonic Sonatas for 2 flutes
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