Flute & Piano (C-D)

  • Cabus, P :: Sonate

    Sonate

    Cabus, P

    Peter Cabus presents the sprightly Sonata for flute and piano.

    • $16.00
  • Cafolla, R :: Playaround Book 1
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    Cafolla, R :: Playaround Book 1

    Playaround Book 1
    Cafolla, R

    The Playaround books contain graded pieces, divided into three books, written to encourage younger or less advanced players to perform. The piano accompaniments as well as the solo flute parts have musical interest and balance the melodies perfectly.

    • $11.66
  • Cafolla, R :: Playaround Book 2
    • 10% OFF

    Cafolla, R :: Playaround Book 2

    Playaround Book 2
    Cafolla, R

    The Playaround books contain graded pieces, divided into three books, written to encourage younger or less advanced players to perform. The piano accompaniments as well as the solo flute parts have musical interest and balance the melodies perfectly.

    • $11.66
  • Cafolla, R :: Playaround Book 3
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    Cafolla, R :: Playaround Book 3

    Playaround Book 3
    Cafolla, R

    The Playaround books contain graded pieces, divided into three books, written to encourage younger or less advanced players to perform. The piano accompaniments as well as the solo flute parts have musical interest and balance the melodies perfectly.

    • $11.66
  • Cagnard, G :: Portraits Vol. 1
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    Cagnard, G :: Portraits Vol. 1

    Portraits Vol. 1
    Cagnard, G

    Editions Henry Lemoine presents Gilles Cagnard's 'Portraits Vol. 1' transcribed for flute and piano by Luc Urbain.

    Composer Gilles Cagnard was born in Amiens (Somme) in 1946. He began his music studies in this city with Charles Jay, then director of the Amiens Conservatory and Grand Prix of Rome. After obtaining his baccalaureate, Cagnard devoted himself entirely to music and entered the National Conservatory of Music in Paris where he followed the lessons of Norbert Dufourcq, Maurice Durufle, Jean-Claude Henry, Barcel Bitsch, Elsa Barraine, and Tony Aubin. He obtained the highest awards while there. In parallel, he studied conducting with Louis Fourestier and Jean-Sebastien Bereau.

    • $24.26
  • Cain, R :: Prelude and Dance
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    Cain, R :: Prelude and Dance

    Prelude and Dance
    Cain, R

    Renee Cain's Prelude and Dance - a simple work in two movements for flute and piano. Includes score and part.

    • $7.16
  • Caliendo, C :: Flute Concerto No. 1
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    Caliendo, C :: Flute Concerto No. 1

    Flute Concerto No. 1 **CLEARANCE**
    Caliendo, C
    From the Gypsy Americano collection. Flute and Piano Reduction.
    • $20.97
  • Caliendo, C :: Flute Sonata No. 2
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    Caliendo, C :: Flute Sonata No. 2

    Flute Sonata No. 2
    Caliendo, C
    • $13.17
  • Caliendo, C :: La Primavera (spring)
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    Caliendo, C :: La Primavera (spring)

    La Primavera (spring)
    Caliendo, C
    From the Tango Americano collection.
    • $11.97
  • Caliendo, C :: Tristeza (sadness)
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    Caliendo, C :: Tristeza (sadness)

    Tristeza (sadness)
    Caliendo, C
    From the World Music collection.
    • $11.97
  • Callahan, C :: Four Psalm Preludes

    Four Psalm Preludes

    Callahan, C

    The Four Psalm Preludes are lovely pieces to play at any church service or event to give it that extra spiritual feel. The chant like flute part lends a spirit of authenticity to pieces that could also function in a concert setting. Written for beginners to intermediate; includes score and parts.

    • $16.00
  • Callahan, C :: Sonata

    Sonata

    Callahan, C

    This three-movement work for flute and piano (or flute and organ) is composed in a readily accessible tonal style. Colorful harmonies and concise structural elements highlight each movement. Throughout the Sonata, melodic lyricism is a constant characteristic which will present an engaging musical experience for performers and audiences. Duration: 8:10

    • $16.00
  • Calvert, R :: A Suite For Bry

    A Suite For Bry

    Calvert, R

    Composed by a father for his daughter, this charming suite of five pieces for flute and piano is a delight to perform. Movements include: Bry's Flute, Lullaby, Whistling Irish, The Long March, Eye of the Beholder.

    • $18.00
  • Camillo, A :: Elegy
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    Camillo, A :: Elegy

    Elegy
    Camillo, A
    • $8.96
  • Campbell, B :: Pastorale
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    Campbell, B :: Pastorale

    Pastorale
    Campbell, B
    • $4.90
  • Campo, R :: Wow!
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    Campo, R :: Wow!

    Wow!
    Campo, R

    Editions Henry Lemoine presents Regis Campo s Wow! for flute (or violin, or alto flute) and piano. Composed in one movement, this high energy solo is suited for intermediate-advanced players and features syncopated sixteenth notes for both players in only about two minutes of music.

    Born in Marseille in 1968, Regis Campo is a French composer of mostly stage, orchestral, chamber, choral, vocal, piano, and organ works that have been performed in Asia, Europe and North America.

    Mr. Campo initially studied composition with Georges Boeuf at the Conservatoire a rayonnement regional de Marseille, as well as philosophy in Aix-en-Provence. He then studied composition with Gerard Grisey at the Conservatoire National Superieur de Musique de Paris, where he earned the Premier Prix de Composition in 1995. He also studied composition privately with Edison Denisov and Henri Dutilleux.

    Among his honours are First Prize in the competition of the Internationale Gaudeamus Muziekweek in Amsterdam (1996, for Commedia ), Premier Prix, Prix Special du Jeune Compositeur and Prix du Public in the competition Henri Dutilleux (1996, for Exsultate Jubilate ), the Prix Herve Dugardin from SACEM (1999), and the Prix Pierre Cardin from the Academie des Beaux-Arts (1999). In addition, he earned a residency at the Villa Medici in Rome (1999 2001) and was twice a finalist for the Prix Prince-Pierre-de-Monaco (2001, for Les Jeux de Rabelais ; 2002, for 'Faerie ).

    He is also active in other positions. He served as composer-in-residence to the Staatstheater Nuernberg in 2014 15. -Dan Albertson, 2017

    • $15.26
  • Camus, P :: Chanson et Badinerie

    Chanson et Badinerie

    Camus, P

    Chanson and Badinerie

    • $22.95
  • Camus, P :: Fantaisie in G Major op. 23

    Fantaisie in G Major op. 23

    Camus, P

    A flamboyant set of early 19th century variations with introduction (Fantaisie in G Major on a theme from La Cenerentola by Rossini), edited from an original period publication.

    • $19.00
  • Caplet, A :: Improvisations... (d'apres 'Le Pain Quotidien')
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    Caplet, A :: Improvisations... (d'apres 'Le Pain Quotidien')

    Improvisations... (d'apres 'Le Pain Quotidien')
    Caplet, A
    • $26.96
  • Caplet, A :: Reverie & Petite Valse

    Reverie & Petite Valse

    Caplet, A

    International Music Company presents Caplet's 'Reverie & Petite Valse' for flute and piano edited by John Wummer.

    'Although remembered mainly as an orchestrator and editor of unfinished works by his close friend Claude Debussy, Andre Caplet was a solid composer in his own right, working in the Impressionist style of his time and place. Growing up in a poor family pushed Caplet into music early; by age 12 he was working as a rehearsal pianist at the Folies-Bergeres in his hometown of Le Havre. This helped him develop sight-reading and improvisation skills and a sense of harmony very quickly, and in 1896 he entered the Paris Conservatory, winning a string of prizes during his time there and simultaneously working as a conductor around Paris. In 1901 he won the Prix de Rome; unlike many other composers, he obtained on his first try. It was mainly as a conductor, however, that Caplet made his living early in his career. He was a meticulous perfectionist, qualities alien to French orchestras of the time. His work attracted international attention, and in 1910 he was recruited to work six months a year at the Boston Opera Company, of which he became artistic director in 1912. He left to volunteer for French military service in 1914. In the trenches he was wounded twice and gassed; his health permanently compromised (he would die prematurely of pleurisy), Caplet largely gave up conducting and turned to composing, editing, and proofreading. He developed an especially close relationship with Debussy, having, among other things, conducted the 1911 Paris premiere of his Le Martyre de St. Sebastien after having orchestrated most of the work. Caplet's own music revolved mainly around the voice. Within Debussy's Impressionistic harmonic manner he developed a personal style, marked especially by wide-ranging, improvisatory-sounding melodies. Even his instrumental works follow these inclinations, but what sets his music apart from Debussy's is a taste for plainchant and a general interest in archaic music, manifested most strongly in Le Miroir de Jesus , a work that drew on his musical obsessions as well as his Catholic mysticism.'

    - James Reel

    • $10.50
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