Various: Curtain up!

(Arranger: Barbara Gisler-Haase)

  • for three flutes
  • Instrumentation details:
    1st flute
    2nd flute
    3rd flute
    alto flute
  • Composer: Various
  • Arranger: Barbara Gisler-Haase
  • Table of contents:
    Friderici Daniel: Drei schöne Dinge fein
    Schein Johann Hermann: Frau Nachtigall
    Jeune Claude le: Ma Mignonne
    Morley Thomas: Though Philomela lost her love
    Grieg Edvard: Fiskervise
    Grieg Edvard: Lokk
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Diverse: Curtain Up! - Trios for 3 flutes with CD | UE36691

6 easy to intermediate arrangements

  • Edition type: score and parts
  • Series: Magic Flute on Stage
  • Grade: 2-4
  • Edition info: Das Triobuch zur Flötenschule "Die neue Magic Flute" Band 2.
  • Format: 23.2 × 30.5 cm
  • ISBN: 978-3-7024-7346-4
  • ISMN: 979-0-008-08676-2
€19.95
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Description

The present booklet contains a collection of pieces from the chorale literature of the Renaissance and the Romantic period and is intended for group instruction. The arrangements are created for flute ensembles with three voices. In each case the lowest voice can also be performed with an alto flute as an alternative. An according part is attached to the edition.

  • Ideal for group teaching
  • Choral music from the Renaissance and Romantic eras arranged for three flutes
  • All parts are melodic and are musically equal
  • Practice at home using the Play-Along CD which includes all parts

Sample Pages

Contents

  • Friderici Daniel: Drei schöne Dinge fein
  • Schein Johann Hermann: Frau Nachtigall
  • Jeune Claude le: Ma Mignonne
  • Morley Thomas: Though Philomela lost her love
  • Grieg Edvard: Fiskervise
  • Grieg Edvard: Lokk

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Reviews

The pieces themselves are charming, and are suitable for players of Grade 2 to 3 standard. The book comes with score and parts (including an optional alto flute doubling part) as well as a CD. A solid choice for teachers of small groups.
Music Teacher Magazine, February 2016 (Clarissa Payne)

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