Flute Choir (A-E)

  • Abbott, AN :: A Scotsman Visits Tennessee

    A Scotsman Visits Tennessee

    Abbott, AN

    Scot-Jock is a real Scots patriot, but he also loves America, and especially Tennessee! As he visits, he tries to pick up on the American tunes, but he always goes back to his roots after whistling a few bars of those American tunes. As he does this, the old bagpipe drone is always ringing in his ears... even when whistling the American tune!

    Instrumentation: 3 C Flutes (optional Piccolo doubles Flute 1), Alto Flute (or C Flute), Bass Flute (or Alto Flute)

    • $20.00
  • Abbott, AN :: Legal Contra-Band

    Legal Contra-Band

    Abbott, AN

    As we already know, 'contraband' is illegal! However, the composer of this piece has used a play on the words to highlight and turn the limelight on the 'big fella' of the flute family ... the contrabass!

    • $19.95
  • Abbott, AN :: Nature Speaks (Alpine Echoes)

    Nature Speaks (Alpine Echoes)

    Abbott, AN

    The music attempts to transport the listener to the lofty mountain peaks where the deafening silence is only broken occasionally by nature's sounds and these sounds are answered by the returning muted echoes which drift from peak to peak but maintaining the tranquility of undisturbed peace.

    • $19.95
  • Abbott, AN :: Nature Speaks (Birdsong)

    Nature Speaks (Birdsong)

    Abbott, AN

    • $19.95
  • Abbott, AN :: Rockin' Alto-Gether

    Rockin' Alto-Gether

    Abbott, AN

    As the play on the title name suggests, this composition brings the 'little brother' of the bass flute, the Alto, into the limelight.

    • $19.95
  • Abbott, AN :: Washington's Fanfare

    Washington's Fanfare

    Abbott, AN

    Abbott's flute choir Fanfare rings true to the best of the presidential fanfares, an original work which evokes the pageantry and honor of its subject.

    Instrumentation: Piccolo, 6 flutes (or 3 flutes, alto flute, bass flute, and contrabass flute), and optional string bass.

    • $17.99
  • Abbott, AN :: Wind-Blown Bluegrass

    Wind-Blown Bluegrass

    Abbott, AN

    The best description of this piece is to imagine yourself on, perhaps, a Kansas prairie in the Springtime. The air is clear, the breeze blows gently through the prairie grass ... there is an air of serenity and tranquility.

    • $19.95
  • Abt, F :: Night
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    Abt, F :: Night

    Abt, F
    • $13.49
  • Adam, A :: O Holy Night

    O Holy Night
    Adam, A
    The concept of the expandable form gives a great deal of versatility in any flute choir situation. This arrangement works successfully using a quartet of C flutes on the first four parts. As other instruments are added, they expand harmonic support, reinforce a line of another part and/or introduce new counter melodies. The integrity of the arrangement is never compromised, only enhanced. The expandable flute choir arrangement has been widely embraced by flute choirs worldwide.
    • $25.00
  • Adams, JL :: Strange Birds Passing

    Strange Birds Passing for flute ensemble by composer John Luther Adams.

    From his home in Alaska, John Luther Adams has created a unique musical world grounded in elemental landscapes and indigenous cultures, and in natural phenomena from the songs of birds to elemental noise. His music includes works for orchestra, small ensembles, percussion and electronic media, and is recorded on the Cold Blue, New World and New Albion labels. He is the author of Winter Music (Wesleyan 2004), and his writings have appeared in numerous periodicals and anthologies, including The Best Spiritual Writing (Harper Collins, 2002) and The Book of Music and Nature (Wesleyan, 2000). 

    JLA has served as composer in residence with the Anchorage Symphony, Fairbanks Symphony, Arctic Chamber Orchestra, Anchorage Opera, and the Alaska Public Radio Network. He has taught at the University of Alaska, Bennington College and the Oberlin Conservatory of Music, and has served as president of the American Music Center.

    • $50.95
  • Adent, C :: Jesu Joy!

    Jesu Joy!

    Adent, C

    A delightful arrangement of the Johann Sebastian Bach's well-known Jesu, Joy of Man s Desiring. Originally arranged for piano by Colleen Adent, this flute choir arrangement by Phyllis Avidan Louke captures the clever use of syncopation in common time as well as interesting chord substitutions, making it delightful from start to finish.

    • $22.00
  • Adler, S :: Madrigals
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    Adler, S :: Madrigals

    Adler, S

    A collection for six flutes or flute choir of three original madrigals. Each is based on a different song from three distinct ethnic musical styles: a 17th Century German part-song, A Japanese folk-song (Sakura), and an Israeli folksong (The Olive Trees).

    • $25.16
  • Alarcon, JCH :: Pachamama

    Pachamama, Madre Tierra, for Flute Choir and Percussion by José Carlos H. Alarcón. Dedicated to the Ensemble de Flautas de Valencia (Spain). The name "Pachamama" is a mixture of the words "Mama," which is translated as mother, and "Pacha," which is a term in Aymara and Quechua that means "earth, world, universe, time, epoch," both time and space. Although the most common meaning of "Pacha" is that of land, for example, when Pachamama is honored, a fertility rite is performed so that the land (the terrain) bears its fruits in exchange for offerings and other sacrifices.

    It symbolizes the environment of the human being in its entirety: past, present and future. The tradition of the native peoples describes the Pachamama as an indigenous woman, short, with a big head, wearing a wide-brimmed hat and feet that are disproportionately large in comparison to the rest of her body, accompanied by a black dog, a quirquincho (a species of South American armadillo), and a snake as a lasso.

    • $60.00
  • Albeniz, I :: Cordova


    Albeniz, I

    Originally for piano, this nationalistic piece is ideal for the flute choir. Instrumentation: 6 C Flutes, Alto Flute (or C Flute), Bass Flute

    • $26.00
  • Albeniz, I :: Leyenda (Asturias)

    Leyenda (Asturias)

    Albeniz, I

    Leyenda was composed by Isaac Albeniz in 1892 as the prelude movement of his three-movement suite, Chants d'Espagne. The name Asturias was given to the piece posthumously by the German publisher Hofmeister, however, it should be noted that the music is not suggestive of the folk music of the Asturias region in Spain. Rather, the music is said to imitate the Flamenco dance traditions of the Andalusian region.

    • $22.00
  • Albert, A :: Across the C's

    Across the C's

    Albert, A

    Across the C's is an original work by the celebrated American composer Adrienne Albert. This 6-minute piece was commissioned by the Norwegian quintet '5 pa Tvers/5 Across' who traveled to premiere the work at the 2015 NFA convention.

    In addition to the beautiful flowing feel of an ocean crossing, the music begins and ends with a special sonority of winds blowing on the open sea.

    For piccolo, two flutes, alto, and bass.

    • $29.99
  • Albinoni, T :: Adagio


    Albinoni, T

    This arrangement of Albinoni's haunting Adagio is perfectly suited for a choir looking to combine forces with an organist or pianist. Instrumentation: 2 C Flutes, Alto Flute, Bass Flute, String Bass (or Contrabass Flute), Organ (or Piano)

    • $25.00
  • Albinoni, T :: Adagio from Suite for Organ

    Adagio from Suite for Organ

    Albinoni, T

    This well-known Albinoni excerpt adapts extremely well to the flute choir. Its beautiful, almost mournful melody can be resonating and inspirational in both secular and sacred settings. This is scored for six C flutes with optional alto and bass.

    • $17.99
  • Alford, K :: Colonel Bogey March

    Colonel Bogey March

    Alford, K

    A familiar march, inspired on a British golf course! A variety of performance suggestions and variables is included. Ideal for opening or closing a program. Instrumentation: 3 Piccolos, 3 C Flutes, Alto Flute, Bass Flute/String Bass

    • $20.00
  • Alfven, H :: Herdsmaiden's Dance

    Herdsmaiden's Dance

    Alfven, H

    Swedish composer Hugo Alfven (1872 1960) was born in Stockholm and studied at the Royal College of Music (Kungliga Musikhogskolan) from 1887 to 1891. The 'Herdsmaiden s Dance' ('Vallflickans Dans') is part of the music from his three-act ballet 'Bergakungen,' which was premiered in 1923.

    The idea for the story behind this ballet can be traced back to his friendship with Swedish illustrator John Bauer. In 1915, Bauer presented Alfven with the idea to compose a ballet based around the character of the herdsmaiden. As a result, 'Bergakungen' was created, and from that ballet, we have this delightful dance, arranged here for solo flute and flute choir.

    Instrumentation: Solo Flute, 3 C Flutes, Alto Flute (or Flute 4), Bass Flute (Contrabass Flute/Contralto Flute)

    • $22.00
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