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Quartets for flutes

some with alto flute (Sol)

score and parts

Selected, transcribed and edited by Kovács Imre, Zempléni László
Setting: More Flutes
Series: Musica da camera for music schools
Genre: Pedagogical performance pieces
Language: Hungarian, English, German, French
Length: 64 pages
Published: March 2006
Publisher: Editio Musica Budapest
Item number: 14476
ISMN: 9790080144763
Editio Musica Budapest is launching a new series entitled Musica da camera. As its very general title indicates, the publishers' intention is that the volumes in this series, which is designed specifically for music school students, will include works composed for chamber ensembles of every kind, from the trio to the sextet. The first two volumes contain mostly transcriptions for three and four flutes respectively, selected from every period of music history from the late Renaissance to the present day.


Cara, Marchetto: Forsi che si, forsi che no
Fischer, Johann Caspar Ferdinand: Menuett
Schickhardt, Johann Christian: Vivace
Schubert, Franz: Night
Volkmann, Robert: Evening song
Esser, H.: Farewell
Brahms, Johannes: The nun
Tchaikovsky, Pyotr Ilyich: Toy soldier's march
Zempléni László: Five Hungarian folksongs
Mikolaj z Krakowa: Venus
Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da: Ricercare
Schmikerer, J.A.: Round dance
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus: Adagio (K. 356)
Hauptmann, M.: Summer morning
Schubert, Franz: Night serenade
Schubert, Franz: Waltz
Schubert, Franz: Ländler
Schubert, Franz: German dance
Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Felix: Waiting for spring
Tchaikovsky, Pyotr Ilyich: Sweet dreams
Tchaikovsky, Pyotr Ilyich: Kamarinskaya
Grieg, Edvard: Waltz
Musica da camera
As the title indicates, the volumes in this series include works composed or arranged for chamber ensembles (trios and quartets), specifically designed for music school students. The editors have selected from every period of music literature from the Renaissance to the present day, so this colourful musical material also serves to deepen the youngsters’ knowledge of style. The majority of the works are transcriptions made specifically for this series that are adapted to the technical characteristics and sound of the given ensemble, and even the easiest pieces are of musical value. Of the twelve volumes in the series five are designed for groups consisting of one type of instrument (ensembles of three or four flutes, violins or horns), thus the teachers of each instrument can form chamber groups from among their own pupils. The percussion volume is exceptional within the series, as it includes only contemporary, original compositions for four, five and six performers.

Trios for flutes

Quartets for flutes

Editio Musica Budapest is launching a new series entitled Musica da camera. As its very general title indicates, the publishers' intention is that the volumes in this series, which is designed…
Editio Musica Budapest is launching a new series entitled Musica da camera. As its very general title indicates, the publishers' intention is that the volumes in this series, which is designed…

Trios for Guitars

Chamber music for percussion

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Trios for Brass

Trios for Violins

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Quartets for Brass

Piano Trios

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Trios for two violins and cello

Quartets for Woodwinds

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Trios for flute, cello and piano

Trios and quartets for horns

The flute is one of the most popular music school instruments, so after his volume of trios for violin, cello and piano the composer and arranger András Soós has now produced one devoted to flute…
In the last volume in this popular chamber music series trios and quartets feature in roughly equal proportions. Every piece includes a more easily playable part, so that not only music school pupils…