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Sunday 21 July 2024

Tune of the Day: Biddy Maloney

 Traditional Irish jig

This lively 7-part jig is taken from Chicago Police captain Francis O'Neill's celebrated collection Music of Ireland, published in 1903. O'Neill cites as his source the manuscript collection of retired businessman and Irish music enthusiast John Gillan, who collected from musicians in his home county of Longford and the adjoining Leitrim.

Categories: Jigs Traditional/Folk Difficulty: intermediate
Saturday 20 July 2024

Tune of the Day: Study in C major by Gariboldi

 from “20 Petites Etudes”

This is the first study from Italian flutist and composer Giuseppe Gariboldi's Twenty Studies, Op. 132. The piece is based on an extremely simple theme repeated at different heights, and on the alternation of staccato and legato articulation.

Categories: Etudes Romantic Written for Flute Difficulty: easy
Friday 19 July 2024

Tune of the Day: Air by Mattheson

 from Flute Sonata No. 9

This is the third movement of a sonata for 3 flutes in G minor by the German Baroque composer and music theorist Johann Mattheson. It was published in Amsterdam in 1708.

Categories: Baroque Sonatas Written for Flute Difficulty: intermediate
Thursday 18 July 2024

Tune of the Day: Siciliano

 by Lewis Granom

Lewis Granom was an English composer and flutist, active during the second half of the 18th century. He wrote many songs and pieces popular in their day.

The siciliano we propose today is a slow 6/8 piece in minor mode.

Categories: Classical Sicilianas Difficulty: intermediate
Wednesday 17 July 2024

Tune of the Day: The Rambler from Clare

 Traditional Irish jig

The earliest appearance of this jig is found in Ryan's Mammoth Collection, published in Boston in 1883.

Clare is a county in western Ireland, renowned for its legacy in traditional Irish music and for an abundance of spectacular scenery.

Categories: Jigs Traditional/Folk Difficulty: easy
Tuesday 16 July 2024

Tune of the Day: Study in E-flat major by Clinton

 from “A Theoretical and Practical Essay on the Boehm Flute”

Today we propose a little study by British flutist and composer John Clinton. It was first published in London in 1843, as part of his A Theoretical and Practical Essay on the Boehm Flute.

The melody of this study is based on the famous duet “Là ci darem la mano” from Mozart's 1787 opera Don Giovanni.

Categories: Etudes Written for Flute Difficulty: intermediate
Monday 15 July 2024

Tune of the Day: The Flower Duet

 from “Lakmé” by Léo Delibes

This is one of those tunes that everybody knows, though very few know its name. It is taken from a Romantic opera by Léo Delibes, composed in the 1880s. Included in the work entitled Lakmé, the “flower duet” still fascinates listeners by the intensity of emotion it triggers. This is the reason for which it has been included in so many advertisements (particularly for British Airways) and movie soundtracks, not to mention its over-use by television shows.

There are a couple of things which might trouble you when trying to play this piece. The most noticeable one is perhaps its key, which demands the use of five sharp notes. The other one is its syncopated rhythm, with rests on most of the downbeats. But don't be afraid, you really just need to think of the musicality of the piece.

Categories: Opera excerpts Romantic Show-off pieces Difficulty: intermediate