1. The (flute) books 1-9 consist of work by quite a lot of composers.
- Szulc & Hennebains
2. There are three different eras of music covered.
- Baroque (German, French)
3.Different forms of music are presented.
- Small pieces/songs
- Theme & variations
- Concertos (solo and duet)
- Old dances (minuet, bourrée, gavotte, polonaise, rondo, sarabande)
- Virtuoso pieces (serenades, scherzino, fantasies etc.)
- Music from opera & orchestra suites & ballet (Orphée et Eurydice / Gluck, L'Arlésienne / Bizer, B minor Suite / J.S.Bach, Harlequinade / Drigo)
- Duets and trios (concerto for 2 flutes, the 2nd and 3rd flute parts for books 1 and 2 / the ensemble book)
4. There's also non-classical music.
- Folk songs (common and Irish)
- Children songs (common and Japanese)
5. Some classical works (sheet music and recording) are hard to find elsewhere. (And they were completely new to me...)
- A.Woodall - Serenade
- P. Wetzger - By the Brook
|Detail from a music poster at work. I love flute & ballet, so it kinda fits me... :)|