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nhacchuongdoc
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Looking for exciting new repertoire

Postby nhacchuongdoc » Mon Nov 23, 2015 3:45 am

I'm a college junior, a music major and completely bored of the music my professor is always suggesting. Also my classmates always find the neatest solos and I really feel left behind playing traditional flute repertoire. Bach, Mozart, Chaminade, Hindemeth, BLEH!!!
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I want to order some new pieces but I noted that flute world is generally lacking descriptions of pieces. So I'm looking for some cool unaccompanied things. I'm playing at about a lvl 3 according to flute worlds listing. But wouldn't mind a challenge either. Some examples of cool pieces my fellow flutists found before me, "... and the strange, unknown flowers..." by Charles Delaney.
And "Hypnosis" by Ian Clarke.

Thanks!

mek42
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Joined: Thu Oct 06, 2016 9:40 pm

Re: Looking for exciting new repertoire

Postby mek42 » Fri Oct 07, 2016 3:24 am

What kind pieces are you looking for? Could you arrange Milton Babbitt's "Around the Horn"?


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