Amazing Solos

The Amazing Solos Series

for: Flute, piano

Piano score, solo part

Item no.198206
EditorHarrison Howard
Languageenglish
Scope68 pages; 21.8 × 27.5 cm
Publisher/ProducerBoosey & Hawkes
Producer No.BH 2000339
ISBN9780851621401
ISMN9790060084683
23.50 €
Delivery time: 2–3 working days (Germany )
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Description

The music in this book is appealing, sometimes truly great music which just happens to be simple. None of the pieces is merely 'educational' - almost al of them had successful lives of their own before they found their way here - and they have all been chosen for their individual, purely musical strengths. However, the book is more than just a collection of performable pieces; the pieces in it are roughly graded and very varied in their demands, so that any player who works through them will have the chance to consolidate and polish their technique. They are also more than usually varied in style. They will give some unexpected pleasure and signpost some interesting and enjoyable pathways that might otherwise have remained unexplored.

Content

  • Mueller, Johnson, Busse & Woods: The Wang Wang Blues
  • F. Schubert: Bliss
  • W. A. Mozart: Allegro
  • M. Praetorius: Tanz des Burgermeisters
  • B. Bartók: Pleasantry II (from 'For Children')
  • H. Harrison: The Blue Beyond
  • S. Prokofieff: Troika (from 'Lieutenant Kijé')
  • The Cuckoo (English Folk Song)
  • Grieg, Gavotte (from the Holberg Suite)
  • L. Janácek: Three Moravian Folk Songs (Budicek, Psanicko, Stalost)
  • A. Vivaldi: Larghetto
  • A. Vivaldi: Allegro
  • J. S. Bach: Minuet for Anna-Magdalena
  • S. Joplin: Original Rags
  • T. Carolan: Lord Inchiquin
  • L. Bernstein: America (from 'West Side Story')
  • Stars, No Moon (Peruvian Traditional)
  • Peruvian Dance Tune (Peruvian Traditional)
  • P. Warlock: Basse Danse (from 'Capriol Suite')
  • S. Joplin: Magnetic Rag
  • H. Harrison: Three Circular Songs
  • A. Dvorák: Song (from the Cello Concerto)
  • A. Vivaldi: Winter (from 'The Four Seasons')
  • G. Bizet: Seguidilla (from 'Carmen')