This is the second version of the ninth piece from the first etude book written by Danish flutist and composer Joachim Andersen, his 24 grosse Etüden für Flöte, Op. 15, first published in Hamburg in 1885. The indication at the beginning, mit doppeltem Zungenstoss, instructs the player to use double tonguing.
This romantic ballad was composed by English poet, dramatist and songwriter Thomas Haynes Bayly.
Gaily the troubadour touched his guitar,
When he was hast'ning home from the war.
Singing from Palestine hither I come;
Lady love, lady love welcome me home.
The present arrangement for two flutes appeared in Blake's Young Flutist's Magazine, published in 1833.
This is the fourth movement of Italian Baroque composer Arcangelo Corelli's Violin Sonata No. 10 in F major, which was originally published in 1700 as part of his 12 Violin Sonatas, Op. 5.
The first known appearance of this jig is in Ryan's Mammoth Collection, published in Boston in 1883. Also known as “The Creel of Turf”, this tune is sometimes played in Dorian mode (by adding a C# to the key signature), and sometimes with its parts reversed.
Today we propose the tenth piece from 20 Studi progressivi e dilettevoli per il Flauto (“20 progressive and delightful studies for the flute”) by Italian flutist Camillo Romanino.
This study for two flutes is taken from the celebrated Méthode de flûte by French flutist Jean-Louis Tulou, published in Paris in 1835.
This is the third movement of Partita No. 1 in D major for solo flute by German flutist and composer Johann Georg Tromlitz, which was first published in Leipzig as part of his Sechs Partiten für Querflöte solo.