This edition marks the relaunch of the series Flutenmusik with an attractive new publication: a charming collection of five works from the 19th century for flute and piano, all by composers who were masters of Italian flute music. Two of these charming pieces are suitable for beginners, two are of medium difficulty and the last work is more demanding in style and technique.
This collection contains pieces which will complement any flute method, but they are also attractive concert pieces in their own right. They offer an insight into the largely unknown, but attractive world of Italian flute repertoire.
- Relaunch of the Flutenmusik series
- Charming concert pieces of different levels of difficulty
|Prefazione / Preface / VorwortEmanuele Krakamp: Elegia, a Vincenzo Bellini, op. 257Giulio Briccialdi: Lucrezia Borgia, Terza Fantasia, op. 108Raffaele Galli: Una follia a Roma, di F. Ricci, op. 260Giuseppe Gariboldi: Hymne de J. HaydnGiuseppe Gariboldi: Preghiera|