Sixty-Five Little Pieces In Progressive Order For Beginner Flutists

Sixty-Five Little Pieces In Progressive Order For Beginner Flutists
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Overview

Contents

  • Adagio
  • Andante Consolante [Weber]
  • Andante [Vivaldi]
  • Andante [Weber]
  • Aria [Mozart]
  • Aria [Schubert]
  • Bagatelle [Beethoven]
  • Ballade No 1 Op 23
  • Bourree [Bach]
  • Caprice [Mendelssohn]
  • Chanson Triste
  • Consolation [Liszt]
  • Dance [Handel]
  • Dialogue [Telemann]
  • Fantaisie-Impromptu
  • Fantasia [Mozart]
  • Finale [Haydn]
  • Folk Dance
  • Funny Story [Schumann]
  • Gavotte [Bach]
  • Gavotte [Handel]
  • Girl With The Flaxen Hair, The
  • Gondolier Song, A [Mendelssohn]
  • Happy Farmer Returning From Work Op 68 No 10, The [Schumann]
  • Impromptu Op 29 [Chopin]
  • La Molinara (Theme) [Beethoven]
  • Lied [Schumann]
  • Menuetto [Beethoven]
  • Menuetto [Handel]
  • Menuetto [Haydn]
  • Menuetto [Mozart]
  • Minuet
  • Morning
  • Nocturne
  • Novelette [Schumann]
  • Piece De Concert [Schubert]
  • Polonaise In B Minor [Bach]
  • Prelude [Chopin]
  • Rondo
  • Rondo [Beethoven]
  • Rondo [Mozart]
  • Rustic Dance
  • Sarabande
  • Sarabande (Suite For Piano) [Debussy]
  • Sarabande [Handel]
  • Sarabande [Ravel]
  • Siciliana [Handel]
  • Sister Monique [Couperin]
  • Smooth Tongued, The [Couperin]
  • Solvejg's Song [Grieg]
  • Song Without Words [Mendelssohn]
  • Song [Schubert]
  • Spring Dance [Grieg]
  • Tambourin
  • Tender Nanette [Couperin]
  • Theme [Beethoven]
  • Theme [Grieg]
  • Theme [Mendelssohn]
  • To Spring (An Den Fruhling) Op 43 No 6
  • Waltz
  • Waltz [Weber]

Specs

Product IDCOBS012719523
Editor/Arranger Moyse, Louis
Instrumentation Flute & Piano
Publisher Schirmer (G) Inc
Publisher Ref No HL50488965
Language Eng
Media Book & Part(s)
No of Pages120
ISBN-100793548144
ISBN-139780793548149
UPC073999889659

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