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Daniel S. Wood: Valse Caprice: (Arr. Matt Johnston): Flûte Traversière et Accomp.

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COMPOSITEUR: Daniel S. Wood
TYPE DE PRODUIT: Version instrumentale
ÉDITEUR: ALRY Publications
British flutist Daniel S. Wood is best-known as the first principal flute of the London Symphony Orchestra, beginning with the inception of the orchestra in 1904. Exemplified by his method book, Studies for Facilitating the Execution of the Upper Notes on the Flute, he was a well-known teacher,
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Compositeur Daniel S. Wood
Arranger Matt Johnston
Description Instrument Group Flûte Traversière
Instrumentation Flûte Traversière et Accomp.
Instrumentation Flûte Traversière et Piano
Type de produit Version instrumentale
Description Product Type Recueil
Éditeur ALRY Publications
Genre Classique
Style Contemporain
ISMN 9790302119234
Edition Number FP109
ALRYFP109
Description
British flutist Daniel S. Wood is best-known as the first principal flute of the London Symphony Orchestra, beginning with the inception of the orchestra in 1904. Exemplified by his method book, Studies for Facilitating the Execution of the Upper Notes on the Flute, he was a well-known teacher, performer, and orchestral flutist thoroughly embedded in London’s musical life. Though little is known about the Valse Caprice (first published in 1909), it was dedicated to the first major female flutist of London, Edith Penville. Comprised of long, elegant lines that freely intertwine technique and melody, the Valse bears remarkable similarities to the works featured in RudallCarte’s 1920s publication, The Flute Player’s Journal, which was publicized as “from the repertoire of Edith Penville.”
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