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Universal Edition - Frank Martin – Ballade

Frank Martin
Ballade

Year of composition: 1939
Scored for: for flute and piano
Composer: Frank Martin
Edited by: Gerhard Braun; Paula Robison
Instrumentation details:

Commissioned by: Premier concours international d'execution musicale
Geneve 1939
Duration: 6′30″
 
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Ballade

World Première

Location: Genève / Switzerland
Date: 09.1939

Sheet music – Ballade

Martin's "Ballade" is an integral part of the modern flute repertoire.

  • for flute and piano
  • Degree of difficulty: 5-7
  • Edition type: sheet music
  • Edition info: Neuausgabe
  • Series: Universal Querflöten Edition
  • UE18034
  • ISBN: 978-3-7024-1866-3
  • ISMN: 979-0-008-00413-1
EUR 19,95

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Sheet music – Ballade

  • for flute and piano
  • Degree of difficulty: 5-7
  • Edition type: sheet music
  • Edition info: Masterclass Edition with information and performance notes by Paula Robison.
  • Language: English
  • UE70049
  • ISBN: 978-3-7024-1526-6
  • ISMN: 979-0-008-06643-6
EUR 28,95

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Shipping costs

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Europe    
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World (i.e. outside Europe)*   
Economy Airmail 10–15 working days EUR 14.95
Standard Airmail 5–10 working days EUR 19.95

* While we send your music as quickly as possible (usually by the next day), we unfortunately do not have any influence on the time it takes your music to reach you. The further you are away from our warehouse in Germany, the longer your music will take to reach you. From experience, that can take a couple of weeks to the USA and three or even four to Asia and South America.