36 Repertoire Pieces-Flute-Piano Accompaniment

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36 Repertoire Pieces with Piano Accompaniment. Compiled and Edited by Donald Peck.

for

Flute

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epertoire

Classics

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Flute Piano

Foreword ... 4 About Donald Peck ... 5 BACH, Johann Sebastian

Arioso (Largo from Concerto for

Harpsichord and String Orchestra) ... 2 ... 6

Siciliano from Sonata No. 2

in E≤ major ...3 ... 8

BEETHOVEN, Ludwig van

Minuet ... 5 ... 13 Serenade ... 4 ... 10 BIZET, Georges

Minuet from L’Arlésienne ... 6 ... 16 Entr’acte from the Opera Carmen ... 8 ... 21 BOHM, Carl

Calm as the Night

(Still wie die Nacht) ... 9 ... 24

BRAHMS, Johannes Waltz ... 14 ... 39 CAPLET, André Petite Valse ... 12 ... 33 Rêverie ... 10 ... 28 CORELLI, Arcangelo Gigue ... 15 ... 41 DEBUSSY, Claude Rêverie ... 26 ... 67 DONJON, Joannes Adagio Nobile ... 16 ... 43 Pan! Pastorale for Flute ... 18 ... 47 FAURé, Gabriel

Berceuse ... 20 ... 50 Sicilienne from

Pelléas et Melisande ... 22 ... 56

GLUCK, Christoph Willibald Minuet and Dance of the

Blessed Spirits from Orfeo ... 27 ... 72 GODARD, Benjamin

Allegretto ... 24 ... 63 GOSSEC, François Joseph

Gavotte ... 30 ... 80 Tambourin ... 28 ... 76

Flute Piano

GOUNOD, Charles Meditation

sur le 1er Prélude de Bach ... 31 ... 82 HANDEL, George Frideric

Bourrée ... 32 ... 88 Giga from Sonata in F Major ... 33 ... 91 HAYDN, Franz Joseph

Serenade (Andante Cantabile from

String Quartet No. 8) ... 34 ... 100

MARCELLO, Benedetto

Sonata in F Major ... 36 ... 93 MOZART, Wolfgang Amadeus

Adagio from Flute Quartet ... 35 ... 102 RACHMANINOFF, Sergei

Vocalise ... 38 ... 105 SAINT-SAëNS, Camille

Pavane ... 42 ... 117 The Swan “Le Cygne” from

Carnival of the Animals ... 39 ... 109

SATIE, Eric

Gymnopédie No. 2 from

Trois Gymnopédies ... 44 ... 122

SCHUBERT, Franz

Musical Moment from 6 Moments

musicaux Op. 94, No. 3 ... 43 ... 120

Trockne Blumen (“Ihr Blümlein alle”)

from Die schöne Müllerin –

Introduction, Theme and Variation ... 40 ... 112

SCHUMANN, Robert

Romance ... 45 ... 124 Träumerei from Scenes from

Childhood (“Kinderscenen”) ... 32 ... 89

TCHAIKOVSKY, Peter Ilyich June (Barcarolle) from

The Seasons ... 46 ... 129

TELEMANN, Georg Philipp

Minuet from Suite in A minor ... 48 ... 134

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Table of Contents

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Flute Piano Grade 2

BACH, Johann Sebastian

Siciliano from Sonata No. 2 in E≤ major ...3 ... 8

BEETHOVEN, Ludwig van

Minuet ... 5 ... 13 BIZET, Georges

Entr’acte from the Opera Carmen ... 8 ... 21 BOHM, Carl

Calm as the Night

(Still wie die Nacht) ... 9 ... 24 CAPLET, André Petite Valse ... 12 ... 33 Rêverie ... 10 ... 28 CORELLI, Arcangelo Gigue ... 15 ... 41 FAURé, Gabriel

Sicilienne from Pelléas et Melisande ... 22 ... 56 GODARD, Benjamin

Allegretto ... 24 ... 63 GOUNOD, Charles

Meditation

on Prelude No. 1 of Bach ... 31 ... 82 HANDEL, George Frideric

Bourrée ... 32 ... 88 Giga from Sonata in F Major ... 33 ... 91 HAYDN, Franz Joseph

Serenade (Andante Cantabile from

String Quartet No. 8) ... 34 ... 100

SATIE, Eric

Gymnopédie No. 2 from Trois Gymnopédies .... 44 ... 122 SCHUMANN, Robert Romance ... 45 ... 124 Grade 2.5 BRAHMS, Johannes Waltz ... 14 ... 39 DONJON, Joannes

Pan! Pastorale for Flute ... 18 ... 47 FAURé, Gabriel

Berceuse ... 20 ... 50 GOSSEC, François Joseph

Gavotte ... 30 ... 80 Tambourin ... 28 ... 76 MARCELLO, Benedetto Sonata in F Major ... 36 ... 93 Flute Piano RACHMANINOFF, Sergei Vocalise ... 38 ... 105 SAINT-SAëNS, Camille

The Swan “Le Cygne” from

Carnival of the Animals ... 39 ... 109

SCHUBERT, Franz

Musical Moment from 6 Moments

musicaux Op. 94, No. 3 ... 43 ... 120

TCHAIKOVSKY, Peter Ilyich June (Barcarolle) from

The Seasons ... 46 ... 129

Grade 3

BACH, Johann Sebastian

Arioso (Largo from Concerto for

Harpsichord and String Orchestra) ... 2 ... 6

BEETHOVEN, Ludwig van

Serenade ... 4 ... 10 BIZET, Georges

Minuet from L’Arlésienne ... 6 ... 16 DEBUSSY, Claude

Rêverie ... 26 ... 67 DONJON, Joannes

Adagio Nobile ... 16 ... 43 SCHUMANN, Robert

Träumerei from Scenes from

Childhood (“Kinderscenen”) ………32 ... 89

Grade 3.5

GLUCK, Christoph Willibald Minuet and Dance of the

Blessed Spirits from the Opera Orfeo ed

Eurdice ... 27 ... 72

MOZART, Wolfgang Amadeus

Adagio from Flute Quartet ... 35 ... 102

Grade 4

SAINT-SAëNS, Camille

Pavane ... 42 ... 117 SCHUBERT, Franz

Trockne Blumen (“Ihr Blümlein alle”)

from Die schöne Müllerin –

Introduction, Theme and Variation ... 40 ... 112

TELEMANN, Georg Philipp

Minuet from Suite in A minor ... 48 ... 134

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Foreword

A short or comparatively easy composition need not necessarily be bad music or obviously vulgar. I assume that the apprentice student, the amateur, the young professional and the proven artist all have musical good taste and want superior music to play at every stage of the development. Accordingly, this is a compilation of flute music in the medium-to-easy category by some of the greatest composers in the world.

Most of the works were originally written for the flute. In those pieces arranged for flute and piano I have tried to be as faithful to the composer’s intentions as possible. I have added a few metronome marks, a few breath marks, and put in a variety of phrasings, slurs, tongueings, dynamics, etc, to give an idea of the manner in which the piece might be played. If however, the performer will impart a mood of their own, based on the composer’s style and historical period, it will add to both the musical result and to their enjoyment of playing it.

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About Donald Peck

Donald Peck, who joined the Chicago Symphony Orchestra as principal flutist at the invitation of Fritz Reiner, has been a frequent soloist with the Orchestra in Orchestra Hall, at the Ravinia Festival and on tour.

Mr. Peck also appears as soloist with other orchestras. He has been featured at the Casals Festival of Puerto Rico, at concerts in San Juan, Dominican Republic, and at New York’s Carnegie Hall. In addition to appearing as orchestra soloist, recitalist and clinician at the Johannensen International Festival of the Arts, Victoria, Canada, he performed for three seasons at the Carmel Bach Festival in California, and in Australia under the auspices of the Australian Broadcasting Commission.

Active in the field of chamber music, Mr. Peck has given recitals throughout the United States in such cities as New York, Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., Seattle, Kansas City and Baltimore, as well as Chicago. He performs as a member of the Chicago Symphony Chamber Players, and Woodwind Quintet.

A faculty member of the DePaul University, Donald Peck teaches flute and woodwind ensemble and is a frequent guest teacher and lecturer at other colleges and universities. His annual week of eight sessions in the summer at DePaul University draws an international group of young professionals to study with him.

He is now involved in music editing projects for three separate publishing houses. Current music includes works of Mozart (original cadenzas for the concertos), Andersen, Debussy, Franck and Chaminade.

Mr. Peck received his early musical training in Seattle in his native state of Washington. As a youngster he played in the Seattle Symphony Orchestra and the semi-professional Seattle Philharmonic, and was accepted as a member of the Seattle Symphony Orchestra while still in his early teens. At 18 he received a scholarship to the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia where he studied flute with William Kincaid. Between graduation and his position with the Chicago

Symphony he played with the Washington National Symphony, the Kansas City Philharmonic, the Santa Fe Opera Orchestra and the U.S. Marine Band and Symphony Orchestra in Washington, D.C.

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Entr’acte

from the Opera

Carmen

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Minuet and Dance of the Blessed Spirits

from the Opera

Orfeo ed Euridice

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FRANÇOIS-JOSEPH GOSSEC

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FRANÇOIS-JOSEPH GOSSEC

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Meditation

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CAMILLE SAINT-SAëNS

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CAMILLE SAINT-SAëNS

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