Concerto in D major for Flute and Piano
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“A fun concerto!”
This D major flute concerto by Friedrich Schwindel is quite challenging as it has a greater note range and more complex flute writing than some other works of the period. A bold opening Allegro gives way to a soft A major Adagio melody which lies in the upper part of the register. An ebullient Rondo brings the work to a happy conclusion. This is fun to play and will really engage both the audience and the players. It's also ideal for playing with a school orchestra as the string parts a reasonably straightforward.