Repertoire for junior year university

Specifics of Performing Flute Repertoire, such as Articulation, Phrasing, Tone, Tempo, etc.

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Repertoire for junior year university

Post by mek42 » Sat Oct 08, 2016 2:56 pm

I want to write a duet for flute and trombone. The flutist is at the beginning of her junior year as a flute performance major. Could I have some suggestions for repertoire on IMSLP I could read to make sure I write a flute part that isn't too easy, nor ridiculously difficult, but, rather, is just right?

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Re: Repertoire for junior year university

Post by pied_piper » Sun Oct 09, 2016 11:35 pm

Here is a link to a standard flute repertoire list.

Many of these can be found on IMSLP.
Look at the NFA grading. They are ranked from G to K with G being easier and K more difficult.
If you look at works at the G-I level rating, that would be appropriate for a junior.
J & K are the most difficult levels with K reaching virtuoso level.

These are standard flute repertoire and are often used as college audition pieces. ... er,_Franz) ... et,_Jules) ... C3%A9cile)

These are probably better suited for senior recital. ... g_Amadeus) ... g_Amadeus) ... Friedrich)
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