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An assortment of mouth-watering melodies arranged for flute and piano. Dip into this great selection of tasty treats from Toffee Tango, Fudge Fandango and Minty Minuet.
Music Through Time is an exciting series designed to provide young musicians with enjoyable, interesting and stimulating material in the early stages of their playing career.
Six lighthearted and tuneful pieces suitable for students who have mastered the basic techniques of the flute or oboe.
A broad repertoire of study material covering a wide range of basic technique and providing a firm foundation for progress.
For the advancing flautist, Benjamin Godard's Suite De Trois Morceaux Op.116 will provide a wonderful enrichment to your repertoire.
The second suite for Flute, Strings and Basso Continuo is a beautiful work comprising 8 short movements and is arranged here for Flute with Piano Accompaniment by Erich List and Johannes Weyrauch.
Forty progressive studies for Flute by Philip Sparke.
Each of the 30 pieces in this book is unique and unforgettable. This upgraded edition now includes a backing CD with quick reference track list printed on a card.
The 125 Easy Studies in this volume, consisting of technical and melodic studies, are chosen from 10 classical flute instruction books, all written by very famous flautists.
An amazing collection of seventy-six enjoyable studies for the intermediate player ranging from medieval dances to baroque gigues and jazz solos.
10 superb Jazzy Flute solos exploring the possibilities of the instrument in a contemporary popular idiom.