New Publications

New Publications for 2016

from Theodore Presser Company

Teaching Materials:

THE FLUTE VIBRATO BOOKThe Flute Vibrato Book
by Patricia George and Phyllis Avidan Louke, pub. Theodore Presser Company

Vibrato is one of the most controversial topics in flute playing. One school of thought maintains it cannot and should not be taught; adding it will appear in the sound once the flutist has found his musical, expressive soul. Another school of thought champions that vibrato can and should be taught once the teacher hears any suggestion of natural vibrato in the student’s tone. Part of the mystique of flute vibrato has been the lack of understanding about how it is produced. Modern technology has now given us the tools to understand vibrato production. Once understood, it becomes clear how to approach the teaching of vibrato. Practicing these vibrato exercises daily and recording your practice frequently will guide your path to artistry.  48 pages.   More Information and Sample Pages:  click here

 


from ALRY Publications

Music for Flute Choir:
ALRY Jesu Joy
Jesu Joy! by Colleen Adent, arr. Phyllis Avidan Louke

Jesu Joy!, a delightful arrangement of the well-known Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring by J.S. Bach was originally composed by Colleen Adent for piano. Clever use of syncopation in common time, instead of the original eighth notes in 9/8 written by Bach, as well as interesting chord substitutions, make this composition delightful from start to finish. I first heard this piece in 2011 played by the composer, and immediately fell in love with it. Thinking that it would be a nice addition to the flute choir repertoire, I obtained permission to arrange it.  Jesu Joy! is scored for piccolo, 3 flutes, alto, bass, and opt. contrabass flute. Scored for piccolo, 3 flutes, alto flute, bass flute, and contrabass flute.  If without a contra, the contrabass part can be played by Bass Flute 2.  Level 3+ (3:00)  click here

 


ALRY My Secret GardenMy Secret Garden, by Phyllis Avidan Louke

As an avid gardener, I have always wanted to write a piece that reminded me of my garden.  Whether I am pruning or planting or pulling weeds, gardening is a meditative experience for me.  I love the quiet, the solitude, the time to think, and sometimes the opportunity to work out a compositional idea.  I enjoy the beauty of the flowers and strolling around the yard to see which plants are blooming on a particular day.  The garden is constantly changing through the days, through the seasons, through the years.  This piece is not necessarily about my particular garden or a specific idea, it is about whatever story the listener hears in the piece.

My Secret Garden is written in two sections. The first section in 3/4 time in C Major, is an unhurried stroll through a garden where one can be alone with their thoughts.  Taking time to smell the flowers, sit on a bench under a tree for a while and just think.  The second section in 6/8 time in G Major is more energetic as the beauty of the garden inspires happy thoughts.

Scored for piccolo, 3 flutes, alto flute, bass flute, and contrabass flute.  If without a contra, use the contrabass part as Bass Flute 2.  Level 3+ (5:30)


ALRY Fantasy on Amazing GraceFantasy on Amazing Grace by Johnnie Carl, arr. Phyllis Avidan Louke

This arrangement of Fantasy on Amazing Grace by Johnnie Carl was commissioned by Rhondda Dayton and Pipe Dream Flutes and premiered by the group at the National Flute Association Convention in New Orleans in 2013.  Dedicated to Carl’s wife, Linda, this piece was originally written for the Hour of Power Orchestra at Robert Schuller’s Crystal Cathedral in Southern California.  Johnnie Carl served as the Music Director, Conductor, and Arranger for 29 years.

The piece opens with the melody played by a solo bass flute, and progresses from a simple, yet beautiful, setting of the melody in Bb Major to a more lush treatment through several key changes.  The melody continues with countermelodies and a running sixteenth note accompaniment alternating in the bass and alto, before coming to a quiet close in G Major with an alto flute solo.

Scored for piccolo, 3 flutes, alto flute, bass flute, and contrabass flute.  If without a contra, the contrabass part can be played by Bass Flute 2. Level 3+ (3:30)


ALRY Postcards from Pikes PeakPostcards from Pikes Peak was commissioned by the Pikes Peak Flute Choir and Conductor Treese Kjeldsen, in honor of Director Emeritus Karen Morsch.  Written in three movements, Postcards from Pikes Peak celebrates the area around Colorado Springs, Colorado, from majestic mountains, many over 14,000 feet above sea level, to the economic importance of the military to the region, and nearby world class ski slopes.

  1. Garden of the Gods is a National Historic Landmark is owned by the City of Colorado Springs which features unique red, pink, and white sandstone rock formations, grasslands of the Great Plains, woodlands, and mountain forests of the 14,115-foot Pikes Peak.  Many native peoples such as Ute, Comanche, Apache, Kiowa, Shoshone, Cheyenne, Pawnee and Lakota, have found a spiritual connection in the red rocks.  The first movement, Garden of the Gods, celebrates this connection with a plaintive Native American flute duet in the pentatonic minor scale (which may be performed on c-flutes), followed by a melody marked misterioso written in the blues scale.  As the melody progresses, there is an interjection of the song America the Beautiful, which was written from the top of Pikes Peak.  The movement closes with an embellished reprise of the blues scale melody.
  1. Salute! – Colorado Springs is home to the United States Air Force Academy, NORAD/Northcom, Air Force Space Command and Fort Carson. The Aerospace and Defense industry is of great economic importance to the area.  This movement, Salute!, is a march written as a tribute to the military.
  1. Ski! – Colorado Springs is near many world class ski slopes. The third movement, Ski!, celebrates the excitement of the slopes with a downhill run.

Postcards from Pikes Peak is scored for piccolo, 3 flutes, alto flute, bass flute, and contrabass flute.  If without a contra, use the contrabass part as Bass Flute 2.  Level 3+ (9:20)


ALRY Beach Party!Beach Party! was commissioned by Peter Sheridan for the premiere by the Pacific Coast Flute Orchestra in the opening concert of the August 2016 National Flute Association Convention in San Diego.  An ode to my Southern California roots with many hours spent at the beach, Beach Party! is a fun, celebratory romp through the anticipation and the excitement of a beach party.  The ethereal opening of the piece with lush chords anticipates the fun yet to come.  After the opening, the style is rhythmic with a rock beat and a Beach Boys’ feel.  The rhythm of the words “beach par-ty” (quarter-note and two eighth-notes) is a motive that appears in the main melody and throughout the piece.  Each of the parts get a turn at the melody and there are several sections prominently featuring the low flutes.

Beach Party! is scored for piccolo, 4 flutes, alto flute, bass flute and contrabass flute (or Bass Flute 2).   Level 3+  (4:00)


 

Music for Flute Solo or Duet:

ALRY ContraBasie BluesContraBasie Blues is a jazz solo originally written for solo flute, or for flute and optional bassline accompaniment.  Originally written for contrabass flute, this solo may be played by any member of the flute family; there is a concert pitch part (for c-flute, bass flute, or contrabass flute) and a transposed part for alto flute.  The optional bassline accompaniment may be played by bass flute or contrabass flute, string bass, or even rhythm section (chords are included).

Several jazz chord progressions are used in this composition: a standard blues, as well chord progressions used by Count Basie in some of his many jazz compositions, and the chord progression used in the well-known Dixieland Jazz tune, Basin Street Blues.  The title of this composition comes from the play on words from the Count Basie progressions.  The tempo is not too fast; it’s in the style of a ballad.  Level 3 (3:20)


New Publications for 2014

from Theodore Presser Company

Teaching Materials:
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Advanced Flute Studies: The Art of Chunking, written by Patricia George and Phyllis Avidan Louke, presents the first and only method for flutists to master the process of “chunking” as a pedagogical technique. Through exploration of technical studies, etudes, preludes, cadenzas, and solos, the flutist is introduced to basic and advanced chunking techniques to facilitate reading and tone development. Fosters the development of tone and articulation, organizes eye/hand coordination and enhances technical development using the chunking technique.  Inspires creativity and musical expression with the study and performance of preludes and cadenzas.  Also contains three unaccompanied solos, plus appropriate repertoire suggestions from various style periods.  Musical Bon Bons for articulation, intonation, and tone development, are also integrated into the innovative curriculum.

Continuing the pedagogical approach used in FLUTE 101, FLUTE 102, and FLUTE 103, THE ART OF CHUNKING introduces a powerful learning strategy, making it a must-have staple – perfect for use in both private and university studios. 162 pages. Spiral bound.

 

from ALRY Publications

Music for Flexible Flute Ensemble:
Christmas and Hanukah Music for Flexible Flute Ensemble, Volume 2 (for 2, 3, 4 or more), arr. Phyllis Avidan Louke
The newest in the Flexible Flute Ensemble series of collections arranged by Phyllis Avidan Louke contains arrangements of 12 Christmas and Hanukah songs, including We Three Kings, Good King Wenceslas, Away in a Manger, Deck the Hall, The First Noel, Maoz Tsur, Jolly Old Saint Nicholas, It Came Upon a Midnight Clear, Bring a Torch Jeannette Isabella, O Come O come Emmanuel, Sivivon, O Christmas Tree.   Level 2 to 3

Music for Flute Choir:
Fanfare and Celebration by Phyllis Avidan Louke
Written in two sections, the piece opens with an energetic fanfare in F Major, followed by a toe-tapping tune that exudes happiness in Ab Major in Celebration.  Alto, Bass, and Contrabass provide a driving rhythm that propels the melody forward before taking over the melody in the lyrical section.   Fanfare and Celebration is scored for piccolo, 3 flutes, alto (alternate c-part included), bass, and opt. contrabass flute. (3:30)   Level 3+

 

New Publications for 2013

from Theodore Presser Company

Music for Flute Alone:
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Spirit of the Stallion by Phyllis Avidan Louke
This piece written for flute alone is a programmatic work for solo flute in two movements commissioned by David Etienne and dedicated to Charles Littleleaf, Native American flutist and traditional flute maker.  The first movement, Warm Springs Serenade, begins with a short cadenza that should be played freely.  The movement is meditative and flowing, expressing the beauty of the Warm Springs Reservation in Central, Oregon. The second movement, Gallop at Sunrise, features an exciting ride over the high desert, with stops along the way to admire the view.  Double-tonguing, 5-tuplets, 6-tuplets, and grace notes contribute to the excitement.  The short cadenza near the end of the movement should be played expressively without strict tempo.  Level 3+ (7:00)

 

 

Teaching Materials:
Flute 103:  Mastering the Basics, A Method for the Intermediate Flutist, written by Patricia George and Phyllis Avidan Louke, continues the technical, creative, and musical development of intermediate flutists by integrating etudes, solo repertoire, orchestral excerpts, and contemporary techniques into an innovative curriculum.  Continuation of the pioneering set of practicing and phrasing guides expands on the pedagogical approach used in  Flute 101:  Mastering the Basics and Flute 102:  Mastering the Basics.  Covers keys of Ab, E, Db, B, and Gb.


from ALRY Publications

Music for Flexible Flute Ensemble:
International Music for Flexible Flute Ensemble, Volume 2 (for 2, 3, 4 or more), arr. Phyllis Avidan Louke
The newest in the Flexible Flute Ensemble series of collections arranged by Phyllis Avidan Louke contains arrangements of 15 international songs from France, Italy, Germany, Finland, Russia, and the British Isles, including such favorites such as Finlandia, Sur le Pont d’Avignon, Funiculi Funicula, Tarantella Napoletana, Song of the Volga Boatmen, Scarborough Fair, Auld Lang Syne, and All Through the Night . Level 2 to 3

Music for Flute Choir:
Canyon Dreams by Phyllis Avidan Louke
Canyon Dreams was commissioned by the Arizona Flute Society in 2012 and premiered by the Alla Breve Flute Choir on November 4, 2012 in Phoenix.  The inspiration for this piece came from a river rafting trip on the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon.  For six days, we traveled down the Colorado River, reveling in the spectacular scenery and peacefulness in the calm sections of the river, and held on for dear life during the roller coaster-like rapids.  For five nights, we camped on the river’s beaches, sleeping in cots with the canyon walls as our headboard and the Colorado River at our feet. Level 3 (5:00)

 

from Fabulous Flute Music Company

Music for Flute and Piano:
Reflections of Water by Phyllis Avidan Louke
This piece was written in memory of my father.  So many childhood memories of Dad revolved around water—summer vacations spent with my family camping by a mountain stream, fishing in a lake and outings to ocean beaches near my childhood home in Southern California.  This programmatic work is in three movements:  A Cool Mountain Stream, A Quiet Morning on the Lake, and Frolic in the Surf. Scored for flute and piano.  (5:00)  Level 3

Music for Flute Quartet or Flute Choir:
Madama Butterfly Suite by Giacomo Puccini, arr. Phyllis Avidan Louke, pub. Fabulous Flute Music Co.
Entrance of Butterfly, Un bel di vedremo
(One Fine Day), Humming Chorus, Addio fiorito asil (Farewell My Enchanted Home) These four arias from the opera Madama Butterfly are arranged for flute quartet or flute choir:  Entrance of Butterfly, Un bel di vedremo (One Fine Day), Humming Chorus, and Addio, fiorito asil (Farewell My Enchanted Home).  Bass flute can be substituted for Flute 4 and is best in movements 1, 3, and 4.  Alto flute can be used instead of Flute 3 (transposed part is included).   Scored for 4 flutes with optional alto flute and bass flute. (10:20)  Level 3

 

New Publications for 2012

from Theodore Presser Company

Teaching Materials:
Flute 102: Mastering the Basics, A Method for the Intermediate Flutist, written by Patricia George and Phyllis Avidan Louke,  continues the technical, creative, and musical development of intermediate flutists by integrating etudes, solo repertoire, orchestral excerpts, and contemporary techniques into an innovative curriculum.  Continuation of the pioneering set of practicing and phrasing guides expands on the pedagogical approach used in our first book Flute 101:  Mastering the Basics.

from ALRY Publications

Music for Flexible Flute Ensemble:
Classical Music for Flexible Flute Ensemble, Volume 2 (for 2, 3, 4 or more), arr. Phyllis Avidan Louke
The newest in the Flexible Flute Ensemble series of collections arranged by Phyllis Avidan Louke contains arrangements of 10 classical pieces including Can Can, Triumphal March from Aida, Surprise Symphony, Sleeping Beauty Waltz, Hungarian Dance No. 5, Morning Mood by Grieg, and more. Level 2 to 3

 

New Publications for 2011

from ALRY Publications

Music for Flute Choir:
Four Spirituals for Flute Choir by Phyllis Avidan Louke
Commissioned by anonymous donors and dedicated to to Francine Ross Pancost, Flute Choir Director, these four arrangements for flute choir include:  Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child, Elijah Rock, Wade in the Water, and Every Time I Feel the Spirit.  Level 2-3+ (12:00)

from Theodore Presser Company

Teaching Materials:
The Flute Scale Book:  A Path to Artistry, written by Patricia George and Phyllis Avidan Louke, fulfills the teacher’s and performer’s “dream list” of scale studies.  Besides the scales, there is a chapter on “what to do with the notes” once you have learned them.  Also included are Practice Guides with hundreds of rhythms and articulation patterns to practice any group of six or eight notes.  THE FLUTE SCALE BOOK is designed for a lifetime of use with embouchure development and scale exercises perfect for younger players, and more advanced exercises including audition scales, phrasing studies, major and minor scales, thirds, arpeggios, seventh chords, modal scales, chromatic intervals, tonguing exercises and more, extended to D4 and beyond to satisfy the needs of professional players.

 

New Publications for 2010

from Theodore Presser Company

Teaching Materials:
Flute 101: Mastering the Basics
, written by Phyllis Avidan Louke and Patricia George, is a uniquely comprehensive teaching resource which, in one book, takes the student through the introductory, beginning, and intermediate curriculum.  The innovative lesson plans present, in a clear and logical sequence, songs, duets, and creative activities to develop tone, technique, and musicianship. The pioneering set of teaching and phrasing guides make Flute 101:  Mastering the Basics is a must-have staple of the flute teaching studio.  Published by Theodore Presser, May 2010.

 

from ALRY Publications

Music for Flute Choir:
Oh, the Places We’ll See! by Phyllis Avidan Louke
Dedicated to The Metropolitan Flute Festival Orchestra of the New England Conservatory (Boston) and The Florida Flute Orchestra, Paige Long, Director; and Flutes Ad Libitum (Dijon, France), Martine Charlot, Director.  This piece commemorates concert tours of the Metropolitan Flute Orchestra to France and Ireland, as well as pays homage to its roots in Boston.    The three movements in this work contain both public domain and original melodies:  Vive La France!, The Emerald Isle, A Dandy Yankee Doodle.    Level 3   (13:30)

Music for Alto Flute (or C-Flute) and Piano:
As the Clouds Parted by Phyllis Avidan Louke
Commissioned by Mary Novak Sand, As the Clouds Parted is a series of five character sketches for alto flute and piano.  Also suitable for performance on concert flute, parts for both alto flute and concert flute are included.   The title As the Clouds Parted is a metaphor for happiness—when the clouds part, the sun comes out.  The music in this suite is tied together with a theme of happiness.   Movements are Romance, Gallop, Lullaby, Scherzo and Finale.  Level 3+ (10:00)

 

New Publications for 2009

from Fabulous Flute Music Company

Teaching Materials:
Flute 101: Mastering the Basics
, written by Phyllis Avidan Louke and Patricia George, is a uniquely comprehensive teaching resource which, in one book, takes the student through the introductory, beginning, and intermediate curriculum.  The innovative lesson plans present, in a clear and logical sequence, songs, duets, and creative activities to develop tone, technique, and musicianship. The pioneering set of teaching and phrasing guides make Flute 101:  Mastering the Basics a must-have staple of the flute teaching studio.  Published by Fabulous Flute Music Company, July 2009, and  Theodore Presser, May 2010.

The Flute Scale Book:  A Path to Artistry, written by Patricia George and Phyllis Avidan Louke, fulfills the teacher’s and performer’s “dream list” of scale studies.  Besides the scales, there is a chapter on “what to do with the notes” once you have learned them.  Also included are Practice Guides with hundreds of rhythms and articulation patterns to practice any group of six or eight notes.  THE FLUTE SCALE BOOK is designed for a lifetime of use with embouchure development and scale exercises perfect for younger players, and more advanced exercises including audition scales, phrasing studies, major and minor scales, thirds, arpeggios, seventh chords, modal scales, chromatic intervals, tonguing exercises and more, extended to D4 and beyond to satisfy the needs of professional players.

 

from ALRY Publications

Music for Alto Flute (or C-Flute) and Piano:
Big Sky by Phyllis Avidan Louke
Commissioned by Margaret Schuberg, flute professor at The University of Montana-Missoula, Big Sky depicts the scenery, wildlife and lifestyle of Montana.   Big Sky is a programmatic work in four movements, Big Sky, Riding the Range, Cry of the Eagle, and Whitewater on the Blackfoot, written for alto flute and piano.  Also suitable for performance on concert flute, both alto flute and c-flute parts are included.  (9:30)  Level 3+

Music for Flute Choir:
A New Beginning by Phyllis Avidan Louke  mp3
(recording by Rose City Flute Choir 5/08)
Commissioned by The Hampton Roads Flute Choir to commemorate the 400th anniversary of the founding of Jamestown, Virginia, this programmatic piece is written in one movement and is comprised of several continuous sections descriptive of the history of Jamestown.   The opening reflects the wonder the settlers must have felt at seeing the beauty of the New World.  (5:30) Level 3

Music for Flexible Flute Ensemble:
International Music for Flexible Flute Ensemble, Volume 1 (for 2, 3, 4 or more), arr. Phyllis Avidan Louke
The newest in the Flexible Flute Ensemble series of collections arranged by Phyllis Avidan Louke contains arrangements of 16 international songs.  Volume 1 features music of Asia, Australia, Caribbean Islands, Latin America, and North America, and includes favorites such as Sakura, Waltzing Mathilda, Sloop John B, Guantanamera, El Condor Pasa, Cielito Lindo, La Bamba, and Take Me Out to the Ball Game. Level 2 to 3

 

New Publications for 2008

from ALRY Publications

Music for Alto Flute (or Bass or C-Flute) and Piano:
Christmas Landscapes by Phyllis Avidan Louke
Four beautiful Christmas solos are arranged for alto flute (or bass or c-flute) and piano:  Bring a Torch, Jeannette Isabella; O Come, O Come, Emmanuel; Infant Holy, Infant Lowly; and Hark!  The Herald Angels Sing.  Performance suggestions are given for each Christmas Carol, including marked sections where the octave can be varied for contrast.  Level 2-3

Music for Flute Choir:
Temple of Heaven by Phyllis Avidan Louke
The piece is written using various forms of the pentatonic scale and its modes and is descriptive of a series of four temples built in Beijing:  the Temple of Heaven in the south, the Temple of Earth in the north, the Temple of the Sun in the east and the Temple of the Moon in the west.  Level 3

Flute Fiesta by Phyllis Avidan Louke Written in the style of a Spanish March or pasodoble, Flute Fiesta is based on the type of music played at Spanish bullfights.  Flute Fiesta’s Spanish flair makes it well-suited as an opening or closing piece for programs.  The bravura piccolo part provides florid countermelody and embellishment in several sections of the piece.  Level 3

Ringing in Christmas arr. by Phyllis Avidan Louke
This piece is a medley of Christmas songs about bells, and includes the following:  Ding Dong Merrily on High, I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day, Carol of the Bells, and Jingle Bells.  These four Christmas favorites are united together with a bell-like interlude.  In this arrangement, all the parts have a turn at playing the melody.  Level 3

 

New Publications for 2007

from ALRY Publications

Music for Flute Choir:
As Eagles Flew by Phyllis Avidan Louke

As Eagles Flew is a programmatic piece written in memory of my friend, Bob Clew who passed away in the Fall of 2004.  This piece seeks to capture Bob’s life as an aerospace engineer, his kind and gentle side (and his impish side), as well as his Irish heritage.  Level 3

Music for Flexible Flute Ensemble:
Jewish Music for Flexible Flute Ensemble (for 2, 3, 4 or more), arr. Phyllis Avidan Louke
The latest in the Flexible Flute Ensemble series of collections arranged by Phyllis Avidan Louke contains arrangements of 15 Jewish songs. Level 2 to 3

Music for Bass Flute (or Alto Flute or C-Flute) and Piano:
Blessings & Celebration by Phyllis Avidan Louke, pub. ALRY Publications
Blessings & Celebration is a programmatic work in two movements written for bass flute and piano, but is suitable for performance on alto flute (separate part is included) or concert flute.  The first movement, Blessings, is expressive, beautiful and heart-felt, like a blessing or a prayer.  The second movement, Celebration, is a joyful syncopated dance tune celebrating a happy occasion such as a wedding.  Alto flute and concert pitch parts are included.  Level 3

 

New Publications for 2006

from ALRY Publications

Music for Flute and Piano:
Extended Techniques—Solos for Fun by Phyllis Avidan Louke, pub. ALRY Publications
Fun melodic solos that utilize and help teach extended techniques can be performed with or without piano accompaniment, or with 2nd flute accompaniment (part included) Level 1+ to 3

Music for Alto Flute (or Bass Flute or C-Flute) and Piano:
Castle in the Mist by Phyllis Avidan Louke, pub. ALRY Publications
Commissioned by Sue Blessing for alto flute and piano, Castles in the Mist is reminiscent of the Renaissance period, of lords and ladies, and knights in armor. This piece may be used to showcase different members of the flute family on each of its three movements (alto, bass, c-flute and/or piccolo), or may be performed solely on alto flute or concert flute (both parts and performance suggestions are included). The movement titles are The Journey Home, Peace in the Kingdom, Danse and Celebration. Level 3

Music for Flexible Flute Ensemble:
Sacred Music – Hymns for Flexible Flute Ensemble (for 2, 3, 4 or more), arr. Phyllis Avidan Louke, pub. ALRY Publications
The newest in the Flexible Flute Ensemble series of arrangements by Phyllis Avidan Louke contains 17 Christian hymns. Level 2 to 3

 

New Publications for 2005

from ALRY Publications Music for Flexible Flute Ensemble:
Irish Music for Flexible Flute Ensemble (for 2, 3, 4 or more), arr. Phyllis Avidan Louke
The latest in the Flexible Flute Ensemble series of collections arranged by Phyllis Avidan Louke contains arrangements of 14 Irish songs. Level 2 to 3

 

from Falls House Press

Music for Flute Quartet or Flute Choir:
The Planets by Gustav Holst, arr. by Phyllis Avidan Louke, pub. Falls House Press
This arrangement, containing all of the seven movements, is an abbreviated version of The Planets—the 60 minute original has been reduced to approximately 20 minutes. All of the major themes appear in a form designed to be accessible to both small and large flute ensembles of intermediate through advanced level. Level 3 to 3+

Columbia Flute Choir read through The Planets last night. We loved it! It really captures the essence of the work and is very approachable from a players and a listener’s prospective! Thanks for this great addition to the flute choir literature!!

Sharyn Byer April 2005

 

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