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Flute Music of the Baroque Era - for Flute & Piano (Flute)

selected by Louis Moyse
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$25.95

Description:

Contents: Allegro from Concert in A Major (C.P.E. Bach) • Allegro Moderato (Boccherini) • Sonata XI in d minor (Frederick the Great) • Allegro (André E.M. Grétry) • Adagio (Jean-Marie LeClair) • Adagio and Gigue (Jean-Baptisti Loeillet) • Sonata in F Major (Johann Christoph Pepusch) • Allegro spiritoso (Pergolesi) • Arioso (Johann Jaochim Quantz) • Concerto in G Major (Karl Stamitz) • Concerto in G Major (Giuseppe Tartini) • Concerto in D Major, “Il Cardellino” (Vivaldi).

Song List:

  • Adagio Con.in C Leclair
  • Adagio&Gigue Son.in G Loeillet
  • Allegro Con.in C Gretry
  • Allegro Concerto In A Bach Kpe
  • Allegro Mod Con.in D Boccherini
  • Allegro Spi. Con.in G Pergolesi
  • Arioso Concerto In G Quantz
  • Con. In D Op.10 No.3 Vivaldi
  • Concerto In G Stamitz
  • Concerto In G Tartini
  • Sonata Ii In G Platti
  • Sonata In D Min. Fred The Great
  • Sonata In F Pepusch

Additional Information:

Publisher: G. Schirmer, Inc. (Hal Leonard)
Catalogue Number: 50330330
Northwest Product Number: 106-0613-03-005

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