Today's tune is taken from a collection kindly donated to us by piper Roddy Campbell from the Outer Hebrides, Scotland. This energizing 5/8-time piece was composed by his son Rory.
Today we propose a little study in A major 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.
This heartbreakingly beautiful chaconne is the third and final 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.
This is the eleventh of Jean-Daniel Braun's Pièces sans basse for flute or bassoon, published in Paris in 1740 together with Braun's Flute Sonata in E minor. These solo pieces are usually attributed to Braun, even though the front page states that they are “by the same author as well as by various others”.
This catchy jig is taken from Francis O'Neill's celebrated collection Music of Ireland, published in Chicago in 1903.
Today's piece is the fourth study from a collection of 24 esercizi by Italian flutist and composer Vincenzo De Michelis.
This is the second 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.