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An Die Musik for Flute and Piano

A Lieder Album

Compilation
Edited by Elisabeth Parry & John Alley
£19.95
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“Sing your way round the flute!”

Chris Hankin Just Flutes staff member - [email protected]

Transcribing wonderful songs for the flute is always a good idea, especially if the arrangements are as classy as these. The choice of songs is very appealing too. Schubert and Schumann are perennial favourites, and the addition of songs by Fanny Mendelsshon and Clara Schumann to fly the flag for the women, and Richard Strauss and Alban Berg which are more challenging to interpret, give this volume an extra depth. They are all lovely - sing your way round the flute!

From the Publisher

A collection of some of the most beautiful songs by German romantic compsers. These short but emotionally charged pieces give scope to players of all standarts to explore depths of tone colour and interpretation.

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

Contents

  1. Fanny Mendelssohn, Bergeslust
  2. Franz Schubert, Standchen
  3. Clara Schumann, Ich stand in dunklen Traumen
  4. Franz Schubert, An die Musik
  5. Robert Schumann, Er, der Herrlichste von Allen
  6. Hugo Wolf, Verborgenheit
  7. Alban Berg, Die Nachtigall
  8. Richard Strauss, Morgen
  9. Franz Schubert, Auf dem Wasser zu singer
  10. Richard Strauss, Zueignung

Item Details

Instrumentation

  • Part 1: Flute
  • Part 2: Piano
Category: Accompanied Classical Flute Albums
Publisher: AureaCapra Editions
Publisher's reference: AC2401
Our Stock Code: 1683745
Media Type: Paperback (29 pages [score])

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