Tuesday, May 03, 2011

Alto & Bass Flute Repertoire List

Dear Big-bigger&biggest flute lovers,

Chris Potter has just put up a fantastic repertoire list for Alto & Bass Flute on her site for a limited time. You may wish to take a look.

Alto & Bass Selected Repertoire List

Chris Potter writes:
Alto and Bass Players,
As Chair of the NFA Low Flutes Committee, I am pleased to announce the publication of a listing of music for alto flute that the committee has chosen as outstanding pieces for the instrument. The listing is divided into eleven difficulty levels following the guidelines of the NFA Pedagogy Committee. Our list includes mixed chamber music as well as solo literature. We will be adding bass flute and contra bass flute in the future. Because the NFA is on the verge of a major website upgrade, I have been given permission to post this list on my website temporarily.
The address is http://www.altoflute.net/html/NFAAltoRepertoire.html
Have fun!
Chris Potter
Alto and Bass Flute Specialist
Chair, NFA Low Flutes Committee
Alto and Bass Flute Retreat July 28-Aug 1

Thankyou Chris! Vunderbarr!
Best, Jen
Comments (4)
Blogger Unknown said...

Thank you, thank you! This is really helpful. It's great to see so many composers writing for alto and bass flutes, and arrangers adapting classic works too. I love Ms. Potter's description of Level K!

- Moana Kutsche

Wednesday, May 04, 2011 10:26:00 AM

Blogger jen said...

Thanks for your comment! I'll go back and read level K again! Fab. Thanks, Jen

Wednesday, May 04, 2011 10:49:00 AM

Anonymous Wendela said...

Hi, you might like to know that there exists another catalogue for picc, altoflute and bass. check here http://www.petervanmunster.nl/
Mr. Van munster says" This catalogue, for which I started gathering data 20 years ago, is published in 2004 by the Italian publishing house Riverberi Sonori in Rome. Beside over 3800 compositions for one or more of the instruments listed above in various combinations, this reference work also contains an elaborate list with about 900 works for Flute Choir or Flute Orchestra where piccolo and/or alto flute and bass flute is part of."

Friday, May 06, 2011 3:18:00 AM

Blogger jen said...

Thankyou Wendela; a great piece of knowledge to share; thanks. Jen

Friday, May 06, 2011 8:17:00 AM


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