Monday, January 25, 2010

Celtic Flute Trios for sale

Celtic Flute Trio sheet music by Jen Cluff

Update: 2016-2020:  Yes, available for sale! Sound samples are now working again! :>)

For sale in pdf $14 each using paypal.
All three trios would be $42 purchased separately.
If you order all three at one time, the sale price is $40.
Flutzalad Celtic Suites for c-flute trio
Level: Intermediate


Dear Flutists and flute teachers,
Yes, they are GORGEOUS, if I do say so myself. (read rave reviews here.) I've arranged three suites of Celtic Flute trios for three c-flutes. All of them come with separate flute parts and full score. Have a listen and look at the pages below.

The most popular two are first:

Flutzalad Suite No. 2 ($14)
Fantasia on 'She Moved Through the Fair'-Road to Listovarnia - Morris Dance

See sample page of score
Listen to a midi play whole score.

Flutzalad Suite No. 3 ($14)
Scarborough Fair - Mari's Wedding.

See sample page of score here.
Listen to midi of whole score.

And the more eclectic:

Flutzalad Suite No. 1 ($14)
Gounod's Mireille - Dream of Arren - Jen's Drone

See sample page of score.
Listen to midi of whole score on mp3.


All three trios would be $42. If you order all three at one time, the price is $40.
The individually printed flute parts are Flute 1, Flute 2, Flute 3. Click on the jpeg to enlarge to see the clarity of the parts (use back button to come back here.:>)



Cues, breath marks when needed, and all editing has been done in advance.
Plus, every player gets equal solo time and each part is an equal level of difficultly. The full score is a handy reference at rehearsals. The trios are suitable for high school aged players as well as particularly useful for gigs for professional flute trios.
They're also great for forming trio groups from students who are overlapping their lessons by ten minutes. The individual flute parts come together beautifully on the first read for teachers/pro-players, but there is endless possibility to play them with even greater musicianship.

Please enjoy these samples, and email me at jen(at)jennifercluff(dot)com if you would like to purchase them. They are for sale (using Paypal) for $14 each and you will receive them within the day to print out at home.

To use paypal, you can click on any Make a Donation button on my website or blog and fill in the amount of payment, write a message on the paypal slip, and then when you click "Pay" paypal will automatically send me a receipt, your message, and I will then send the pdfs to you by email. If needed, you can also write an additional email to me at jen(at)jennifercluff(dot)com to let me know if you have any additional queries (ie: buying as a gift for someone else, or paying through a friend's paypal account etc.)
You can also simply log in to paypal and then send a payment to jen(at)jennifercluff(dot)com . Let me know the title of the piece of music you are ordering. Thanks.

Each pdf sheetmusic includes the score, and three individual flute parts, inscribed to the buyer.

For ensembles where some players have B-foot, and others C-foot, the parts are clearly marked.
Just click on the little PLAY button on the left side of mp3s of full-score above to hear them.

Hope to hear from you at jen(at)jennifercluff(dot)com

NEW TRIOS - 2010!

For Christmas! Flute trios of lovely Christmas Carols are now available in pdf. Have a listen to my arrangements of well-loved Christmas carols that just flow out of the flute. Every player is soloing, and there are three 10-15 minute sets for holiday festivities. Novice to intermedate, and excellent for professional players sightreading too ($25 for Books 1-3 for 30 minutes or more music):
Click here: Christmas Trios for three C-flutes

And if you're looking for wedding music for two flutes such as Pachelbel's Canon, The Flower Song from Lakme, Wager's "Here Comes the Bride" and Trumpet Voluntary by Clarke, plus more celtic country garden music, see my Wedding Duet book ($15) in pdf.
Enjoy!

Best,
Jen
Comments (6)
Blogger Christopher said...

Would you be willing to transpose the flute III parts for an alto flute? G?

Monday, May 17, 2010 12:57:00 PM

 
Blogger jen said...

Dear Christopher,
All three flute parts are equal in my arrangements; each flutist plays both high and low, and each has extensive solo passages. Alto wouldn't be able to play the c-flute 3 part, imho. Sorry.
Jen

Monday, May 17, 2010 4:49:00 PM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Jen,
We're two flutes and an oboe... Listening to these, it's hard to "visualize" with an oboe's more nasal voice... But would they work? How high do they go?

Thanks,
Susan
(one of those middle-aged hobby players!)

Sunday, October 24, 2010 10:35:00 AM

 
Blogger jen said...

Dear Susan,
I would give these trios a try if you have two flutes and one oboe. Although the 3rd part goes almost as high (during solos) as flute 1 & 2, it would not hurt the sound to drop an octave occasionally (perhaps four notes altogether in two places or so...).

The pitches are generally:

Suite no. 1 highest pitch F#3 once each part, but D3 otherwise.

Suite no. 2 highest pitch G3 in two parts, but E3 otherwise. (3rd flute could be oboe with occasional 8vbasso)

Suite no. 3 highest pitch A3 in one part, but E3 othersise (3rd flute could be oboe with occasional 8vbasso)

Let me know if it works for you.
Best, Jen

Sunday, October 24, 2010 11:00:00 AM

 
Anonymous Dina said...

ok, so I was wondering how to make less swells, but make the swells that I AM making, stand out.

Thursday, July 11, 2013 6:20:00 AM

 
Blogger jen said...

Dear Dina,
By "Swells" do you mean crescendos and diminuendos? Do you want to know more about phrasing and dynamics? Do you have a flute teacher? Jen

Thursday, July 11, 2013 8:10:00 AM

 

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