This C-major piece, originally written as a study for solo piano by German pianist and composer Friedrich Burgmüller, is taken from his 25 Études faciles et progressives, Op. 100.
This is the lively opening movement of the first flute duet from Six duos faciles et brillants by Danish flutist and composer Niels Peter Jensen.
Thanks to Françoise for contributing this piece!
This lovely piece, originally written as a solo for organ, is taken from the Journal d'orgue No. 7 by French Classical composer Jean-Jacques Beauvarlet-Charpentier, first published in 1784.
Thanks to Marcello for suggesting this piece!
This Scottish jig, also known as “Orange and Blue”, can be traced back to Niel Gow's Complete Repository of 1817. Orange and blue were the colors of the Dutch House of Orange.
Thanks to Sandra for suggesting this tune!
This set of 25 variations is an anonymous 18th-century arrangement for solo flute of “Les Folies d'Espagne”, originally published in 1701 by the famous French viol player Marin Marais. The piece is based on “La Folía”, one of the oldest remembered European musical themes.
Thanks to Peter for contributing this piece!
Today's piece is duet No. 5 from the second volume of Ernesto Köhler's Twenty Easy Melodic Progressive Studies, Op. 93.
This is the fourth and final movement of a Sonata in E minor for recorder and basso continuo, written by Italian composer Benedetto Marcello around 1712.