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Kteaparty
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Help picking new pieces!

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Hello! I'm a music education major in my junior year, and for the fall semester my private instructor wanted me to chose some new pieces to learn. She gave me a list of over 300 pieces to go off of...but naturally I'm overwhelmed. I just finished Mozart's Concerto in D major, so I would like to broaden my horizons a bit and pick some more contemporary or romantic pieces. I already know I want to play Air de Ballet by Saint-Saens, but other than that I'm lost. Any help is appreciated! Thank you!

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ncomposer
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Hi! I have some new pieces that I have composed that you might want to check out, especially if you are interested in doing some extended techniques!

Flute solos:
http://www.spottedrocket.com/Smorgasbord.html
http://www.spottedrocket.com/Crosswalk.html

Flute Duet:
http://www.spottedrocket.com/Chatter.html
Nicole Chamberlain
Composer and Flutist
http://www.nikkinotes.com
http://www.spottedrocket.com

mrcopper
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Re: Help picking new pieces!

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Here's one that is contemporary and lets you work on understanding and improving intonation. Contact me for a licensed pdf.

www.hartenshield.com/0582_enchanted_circle.pdf

https://soundcloud.com/williamcopper/05 ... ted_circle

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