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Flute Music Vol 1: Baroque

Edited by Peter-Lukas Graf
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From the Publisher

When it comes to flute music of the Baroque era, the works of Bach and Handel are unsurpassed in musical stature as well as in recognition and popularity, and thus it is easy to overlook the fact that many other composers of that same period also wrote attractive music for the instrument. As an example, consider the introductory slow movement of Johann Christian Schickhard’s Sonata in a minor, where over a descending chaconne bass the flute interweaves a rich variety of melodic phrases. This is just one of the musical surprises to be discovered in this multifaceted volume.

Difficulty guide: 5-8
Difficulty level, roughly compared to ABRSM exam grades. 0 is beginner, 9 is advanced (beyond grade 8).


  1. Sonata in F major (Daniel Purcell)
  2. Sonata in F major (Pepusch)
  3. Sonata in A minor op.17 nr.3 (Schickhard)
  4. Sonata in B minor (Roman)
  5. Sonata in E minor op.5 nr 1 (Loeillet)
  6. Sonata in G major (Roseingrave)
  7. Sonata in G minor op.2 nr. 4 'La Lumagne' (Blavet)
  8. Sonata in A minor op.2 nr.6 (Sammartini)
  9. Divertimento in D minor (Eisel)
  10. Sonata in G major op.5 nr 6 (Chinzer)

Item Details


  • Part 1: Flute
  • Part 2: Piano
Category: Accompanied Classical Flute Albums
Publisher: G. Henle Verlag
Publisher's reference: HN368
Our Stock Code: 996204
Media Type: Paperback (74 pages [score])