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Six Souvenirs for Two Flutes and Piano (1948)

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From the Publisher

Six Souvenirs for Two Flutes and One Piano were written in 1948 for, and premiered by John Wummer (1899-1977) and his wife Mildred Hunt Wummer with Bennett at the piano in the Chamber Music Hall, City Center, New York. In it he honors his flute-playing friends, who just happen to be some of the most distinguished flutists of the twentieth century.

Performance duration (approx): 14'00


  • Thinking of Brown Schoenheit
  • Remembering Georges Barrere
  • At a Barndance with the Baxters
  • A Serenade for Billy Kincaid
  • A Fontainbleau Evening with Quinto and Lamar
  • Trading Jokes with Verne and Eddie Powell

Item Details


  • Part 1: Flute
  • Part 2: Flute
  • Part 3: Piano
Category: Music for Two Flutes and Piano
Publisher: Maurice River Press
Publisher's reference: 494-03113
Our Stock Code: 1433913
Media Type: Paperback - Score and parts (30 pages [score])