Flute Trio Books

Flute Trio Books

    
Flute Trio Books    18:03 on Saturday, October 10, 2009          

OboeLover4Life
(121 points)
Posted by OboeLover4Life

Could any of you guys recommend the titles of books filled with nice flute trios?


Re: Flute Trio Books    21:49 on Saturday, October 10, 2009          

emy47
(140 points)
Posted by emy47

I don't know of any but I have been looking for some too. I have heard of a Vivaldi flute trio but none seems to know much about it or what it is called. I have heard of several titles but none were for flute or even trios. If find any please post them!!


Re: Flute Trio Books    22:13 on Saturday, October 10, 2009          

DWW
(37 points)
Posted by DWW

Go to the Fluteworld site and check out the flute music library. There are 12 pages of flute trio music listed with an indication of level of difficulty.


Re: Flute Trio Books    15:34 on Sunday, October 11, 2009          

OboeLover4Life
(121 points)
Posted by OboeLover4Life

Go to the Fluteworld site and check out the flute music library. There are 12 pages of flute trio music listed with an indication of level of difficulty.


Yes the music is nice BUT what I want is a BOOK filled with the music. And I don't fully understand the grading system.......


Re: Flute Trio Books    20:26 on Sunday, October 11, 2009          

TBFlute
(130 points)
Posted by TBFlute

Well, there is a tab that says "Flute Trio Collections." Does that help?

As for the grading system, level 1 music is Easy, level 2 is Intermediate, level 3 is Moderately Difficult, level 4 is Advanced, and level 5 is Extremely Difficult. It's all explained in greater detail when you click on the "Flute Music" tab and then "Click to see our musical grading!"


Re: Flute Trio Books    22:49 on Sunday, October 11, 2009          

OboeLover4Life
(121 points)
Posted by OboeLover4Life

O thanks

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Is this ---->"ed.Thompson" referring to the author/arranger of the book?


Re: Flute Trio Books    06:15 on Monday, October 12, 2009          

Bilbo
(1333 points)
Posted by Bilbo

"Is this ---->"ed.Thompson" referring to the author/arranger of the book?"

It either means "edition by:" or "editor" however, it probably refers to the editor.
The Editor is a person who tries to define with more details, an interpretation of a piece and is hopefully more knowledgeable about this issue. Sometimes however, they simply are doing their version. This can be an issue of taste.

If the music says "Urtext" then the editors/researchers are trying to only present in print what they consider to be what was written in the original manuscript. This is not always clear and "Urtext" editions can change with different printings from the same printer.

~bilbo
N.E. Ohio


   




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