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Bagatelle: With Nosegay in Hand for Flute, Violin and Piano

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  • Staff Pick

Staff Pick

“Utterly gorgeous music!”

Chris Hankin Just Flutes staff member - [email protected]
This is a beautiful piece! Uncomplicated to play, the flowing line of the melody is shared by the flute and violin, and gently accompanied by the piano. The brief middle interlude sees the roles reversed before the opening returns. The charming codetta is just perfect. Utterly gorgeous!

From the Publisher

In August 1917, few days after he had finished his magnificent symphonic poem The Ripening, Josef Suk wrote an accidental bagatelle Carrying a Bouquet. It is a charming short nocturne, whose melody is reminiscent of Suk's teacher and father-in-law, Antonin Dvorak.

The piece was written for Suk's son, who played the piano, and his two friends, a violinist and flutist, who often played together and were in need of easier repertoire. Flute may be replaced ad libitum by the 2nd violin.

Performance duration (approx): 4'

Difficulty guide: 6
Difficulty level, roughly compared to ABRSM exam grades. 0 is beginner, 9 is advanced (beyond grade 8).

Item Details


  • Part 1: Flute
  • Part 2: Violin
  • Part 3: Piano
Category: Music for Flute, Violin and Piano
Publisher: Editio Barenreiter Praha
Publisher's reference: H7820
Our Stock Code: 1145922
Media Type: Paperback - Score and parts