Tune of the Day: Idylle
This is the exquisite central movement of French Romantic-era composer Benjamin Godard's Suite of Three Pieces. Godard was a violinist, but this suite was specifically composed for flute and piano. It's one of the few pieces where you can find a low B that can be played with a C foot... simply because it's a B-sharp. Even more unusual is to find a C-sharp, a B-sharp and a C-natural all occurring within a single short phrase, and not in chromatic order (at the end of bar 46); your right pinky will have quite some work to do! Remember that if the composer decided to go that low there sure is a reason, so try to pay special attention to expression.
Thanks to James for suggesting this piece!