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Fun Flute Duets
Looking for Halloween Duets? There are five in this book; The Addams Family Theme, Hall of the Mountain King, Sorcerer’s Apprentice, Night on Bald Mountain and Funeral March of a Marionette. In the 88 pages of fun duets ranging in difficulty from intermediate to advanced, you will find duets for Halloween, Christmas, 4th of July and St. Patrick’s Day. Chris’s signature arranging style gives each player a chance to play the melody, and, a chance to work on their rhythmic skills playing the harmony parts. Published by British publisher Kevin Mayhew.
Includes Vivaldi’s Winter Concerto, the Ukranian Bell Carol, the Love Theme from Romeo and Juliet, Waltz of the Flowers from The Nutcracker and a duet version of Corelli’s Christmas Eve Concerto.
Classical Pop Duets
SOLD OUT! Don’t know when I’ll be able to get more. Classical Pop Duets contains Chris’s 30 favorite classical melodies arranged for two intermediate level flutes players. Published by British publisher Kevin Mayhew. Composers include Ravel, Handel, Mozart, Paganini and Bach. Each player has a chance to play the melody, and, a chance to work on their rhythmic skills playing the harmony parts.
Flute Duets from the Nutcracker
Published by Falls House Press and distributed through Presser. Includes the March, Chinese Dance, Arab Dance, Dance of the Reed Flutes and Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy. Includes a few difficult optional measures for more skilled players. For intermediate level players.
Four Bach Fugues
Published by Falls House Press and distributed through Presser. I love fugues and just had to make some for two flutes. These can be played by two c flutes, c flute and bass flute, two alto flutes or two bass flutes, c flute and alto, or, alto and bass. Includes a fugue from the Flute Sonata in A Major, a fugue from the Overture in B Minor, the famousFugue in G Minor and, just for fun, the Toccata and Fugue in D Minor
Menuet 2 from The Telemann Suite in A Minor for alto and bass flute
For intermediate players. The alto plays the original solo part, the bass plays the bass line. Self-published